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Porcupine Mountains Wilderness St. Park

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These 60,000 acres is one of the few remaining large wilderness areas in the Midwest. The park offers such activities as camping, skiing, backpacking, and natural history programs. Lake of the Clouds Scenic Overlook, on an escarpment high above the lake at the western terminus of Hwy 107, offers an excellent view. Wilderness panoramas can also be enjoyed from Summit Peak scenic site.

Visitor center is open daily May through October.

Location: Silver City Michigan 49017 Telephone 906-885-5275

Other Michigan State Parks nearby:
(Marenisco) Lake Gogebic State Park
(Silver City) Porcupine Mountains Wilderness St. Park
(Toivola) Twin Lakes State Park

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