2018 Fort Wilkins Historic State Park Clean-Up Event

September 16-18, 2018

A little about Fort Wilkins...

Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, located in the northern Keweenaw Peninsula, features camping, day-use facilities, a restored 1844 army military outpost and one of the first lighthouses on Lake Superior built in 1866. Fort Wilkins became a state park in 1923. Extensive restoration work and development began in the 1930s under the Work Project Administration.

Michigan's Department of Natural Resources Introductory Video on Fort Wilkins

Show Your Support

Please consider making a donation to the Disaster Relief Fund organized by the Keweenaw Community Foundation for those affected by the flooding in the Keweenaw Peninsula.

Donate to the Disaster Relief Fund



Detroit Route

Northbound and southbound routes with maps.

Transportation courtesy of

Indian Trails Motorcoach Logo

Grand Rapids Route

Northbound and southbound routes with maps.


Accommodations have been secured at the locations listed below.  Due to the variety of lodging options, rates can vary at each location (see below for details).
Please book your own accommodations by calling them direct and reserving under the group code: Michigan Cares for Tourism.


Sunset Cruise

Sunset cruise photo

Relax and enjoy a beautiful sunset cruise on the Isle Royale Queen.
Limited to 90 people.

The Isle Royale Line Website


Hiking photo

Take a hike!  On this 2-hour, guided wilderness/lakeshore adventure.
Limited to 18 hikers.


Golfing photo

The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge 9-hole golf course provides an outstanding golf experience for all golfers.
Cart is $10pp.
Limited to 32 golfers.

Keweenaw Mountain Lodge Golf Course Website

Free Time

Game night photo

Have fun playing cards, games and disc golf at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge or just hanging out.


Kayaking photo

Take a sea kayaking tour on Lake Superior.  Bring a wind breaker, they'll supply the wet suit.
Cost is $40pp.
Limited to 25 people.

Keweenaw Adventure Company Website

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