Fort Wilkins Historic Complex open May 24th - October 12th, 2014
Living History Program: June 14th - August 15th - Costumed interpreters act as members of the military garrison. Leave the present and join them in the year 1870.
A whole slate of special events and programs are scheduled through the summer to help visitors learn more about this unique location. Please check the DNR Calendar for upcoming events at this location and at all state parks and recreation areas.
The Estivant Pines, a stand of virgin white pines, and The Delaware Mine, an old copper mine with guided tours, are located near the park. Brockway Mountain Drive offers scenic views of Lake Superior, various inland lakes and panoramic views of the rugged Keewenaw Penninsula. Waterfalls, shipwrecks with charter dives and Copper Harbor with museums, shops and restaurants are all nearby. Day trips to Isle Royale are available with a local boat service. Sunset cruises are available on the Lighthouse Boat Tour and the Isle Royale Queen
Copper Harbor Lighthouse Boat Tours are available from Memorial Day through mid-October. For more information and current costs, contact the business via phone at (906) 289-4966 (May 10 - Oct 15), (567) 344-0834 (off-season) or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Fort Wilkins Natural History Association is dedicated to the support and preservation of Fort Wilkins and may be found at Fort Wilkins Natural History Association