Summer is the perfect to time to visit one of Michigan’s tremendous and national parks.

In the north, Sleeping Bear Dunes gives young people the chance to climb up a several hundred foot high sand dune, and to gaze out over Lake Michigan.

The Father Marquette National Memorial in St. Ignace pays tribute to one of the Michigan’s pioneers.

Further north, the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore allows visitors to hike or kayak along the unique rock deposits of Lake Superior.

The Keweenaw National Historic Park commemorates the copper industry in the Upper Peninsula, and the Isle Royale National Park takes you to Michigan’s north-most point.

Click here to view a map of Michigan’s historical parks.


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