Fayette Historic State Park
The historic buildings of a century old iron smelting village create their own attraction and welcome break from biking and hiking. The trail overlooks the village of Fayette from its limestone cliffs, winds around the ancient buildings, then traverses the wooded park. The trail head is located at the Fayette State Park entrance off M-183 on the Garden Peninsula, 16 miles south of US-2.
The 711-acre Fayette Historic State Park blends nature and history. The park features a historic townsite, a modern campground, harbor slips, a boat launch, a beach and 5 miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails with impressive views from the limestone cliffs that surround the harbor.
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