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Love this park, have visited many times over the years. My only complaint I have is the lack of recycling bins and the placement of the dumpsters next to the west restrooms that draws tons of flies.We feel the best time to visit is late...More
We went over Labor day, We were on the West side site (110) the site is very small and not level, we have a 30 foot motor home. The road into the campground is very narrow and had cars on either side, the other campers...More
Our Family had a great time at Fort Wilkins State Park. The campsites were a good size and the bathrooms were kept very clean. The water in the showers was always hot! We visited in June, so the biggest issue were the Black Flies. My...More
We stayed on Fort Wilkins State Park from July 15-22. We have a 28 ft travel trailer, a RAM 3500, crew cab, 8ft bed and stayed in site 122 (West campground). The East Campground has gatekeepers, the West Campground (not gated) is not marked heading...More
The campgrounds are quite nice. it is quite clean and well maintained.Having stayed there many times (try like every year) of my life thus far, the west campgrounds are much nicer than the east. There are more trees, creating more privacy. If you are looking...More
The campground has two loops, both have a shower building with flush toilets. If you are tenting, sites 10, 11, 54-56 in the East Campground are nice. If you have a trailer, sites in the 150's in the West Campground are... More
The campground has two loops, both have a shower building with flush toilets. If you are tenting, sites 10, 11, 54-56 in the East Campground are nice. If you have a trailer, sites in the 150's in the West Campground are nice. Visit with the campground hosts, depending on time of your visit that might be Art or Elliot, to find out about minerals and rocks. There are some old mine tailings throughout the Keweenaw where you can find copper. Some public beaches have areas for agates. If you have a 4WD vehicle, try High Rock.