Michigan National Parks
There are two Michigan National Parks to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.
You can visit the largest island in Lake Superior or visit some of the most productive copper mines in the world.
Isle Royale National Park
Located in Lake Superior, near Minnesota, this archipelago of more than 200 Islands are around a large forested wilderness island. There is a variety of animals and birds here.
You might even get lucky and see a moose or wolf. There is boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, hiking, backpacking and more.
Isle Royale National Park - NPS Picture
Keweenaw National Historical Park
This park is located in Calumet which is in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Calumet is the home of one of the most productive copper mines in the world. There is bicycling, mountain biking, hiking, cross country skiing, mines museums and historic buildings.
Note: Picture is courtesy of the National Park Service.
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