Introduction Fayette Historic State Park houses a Historic Townsite, a representation of a once bustling industrial community, interpreted by the Michigan Department of History, Arts and Libraries.The campground is closed for winter. Information about winter camping opportunities is available on the DNR web site.
Cross-country skiing, geocaching, nature & historic programs, scuba diving, fishing, hiking, boating, hunting, paddling, swimming, picnicking, playground
Electric hookups; vault toilets; boat launch; picnic shelter; visitor center
Make online reservations at http://www.midnrreservations.com/presult.aspx?ParkID=27
Lodge: $125 per night
Semi-modern campsite: $16-$18 per night
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Reviewed by NatureLover on July 12, 2010
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This is a beautiful place with a very interesting history. A great place to take kids to see what life was like in the late 1800's. The campground itself is pretty typical of a State Park; not a lot of privacy or woods around your campsite. Definitely worth a visit to the town of Fayette, though.
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