Michigan National Parks Map
highlights the major historic sites of the state. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Father Marquette National Memorial, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Kewenaw National Historic Park,
Isle Royale National Park and North Country National Scenic Trail are the prominent national parks of Michigan. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is first of its kind to be established by the side of Lake Superior. Wildlife, waterfalls, coniferous forests, beaches, sand dunes and inland lakes are the prime attractions of this national Lakeshore. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is situated on the Lower Peninsula of Lake Michigan and is adorned with birch-lined streams, beech-maple forest, 460 ft high rugged bluffs and two islands. Kewenaw National Historic Park is known to preserve the rich history of copper mining and houses the Seaman Mineral museum, Kewenaw County Historical Museum, Delaware Copper mine and Fort Wilkins State Park. Isle Royale National Park occupies a total area of 850 sq miles on the northwestern part of Lake Superior and preserves the wilderness of the northern forests of Michigan. North Country National Scenic Trail and Father Marquette National Memorial are the two other popular national parks of Michigan state. The Michigan state map provides detailed information about the national parks of the place.