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The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is located in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula. The Park is situated on 60,000 acres, and encompasses the largest tract of old-growth timber in the Midwest. The Porcupine Mountains have almost 100 miles of hiking trails, with trailside campsites and cabins. Modern and semi-modern camping facilities are available at Union Bay and Presque Isle. The Porkies have more than 60 waterfalls, many of them easily accessible. Wildlife abounds in the Porkies, including whitetail deer and Midwest black bear.

Location: POB 493, White Pine Michigan 49971 Telephone 906-885-5399

Other Michigan State Parks nearby:
(Manistee) Orchard Beach State Park
(White Pine) Porcupine Mountains State Park
(Traverse City) Traverse City State Park

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