2018 Fort Wilkins Historic State Park Clean-Up Event

2018 For Wilkins Historic State Park Clean-Up Event

 

Together, 62 donor organizations and 160 volunteers successfully completed 23 clean-up and restoration projects at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park

Projects ranged from painting historic structures and replacing Fort posts to enhancing the view by landscaping/brush removal and adding a roof and ADA ramp for accessibility. 


 

Two-Day Itinerary

Sponsors

 


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

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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.

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