Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was established in 1944 to
protect the last extensive tract of old-growth hardwood and hemlock
forest remaining in the Great Lakes region. At nearly 60,000 acres, it
is Michigan's largest state park, and among the Midwest's premier
Join us on this video journey for a glimpse of the park's
majestic forests, striking geologic formations, wildlife, waterfalls,
and boundless backcountry opportunities.