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Wow!! What a change. The park service has worked hard to repair all the buildings. They have done a remarkable job laying out the paths, the educational information, and the historical information! A job well done!! Next time I won’t wait 30 years. This a...More
We really liked learning about the history of the Fayette area. We like seeing how people lived back in the 19th century and this park really lets people see what life was like back then by letting visitors explore the old town buildings and reading...More
We camped here recently and visited the historic village too. Campground was nice, clean & modern restroom & showers. The historic site is very interesting, showing how people lived back when mining was a main source of jobs back in the 1800’s. There’s a hotel...More
The campground is clean and well cared for. There was an older couple working while we were there and they kept the facilities sparkling! The walk to Fayette historic village is an easy walk and pretty scenery. The village is interesting and educational. You can...More
Our group stumbled upon this park after a disappointing visit to Kitch-Iti-Kipi State Park. With our newly purchased $9 pass from that park we thought we'd at least get our money's worth trying another park and this one did not disappoint.
I could have spent...More
This is a place that everyone should stop and see as they pass through the area. It is a place that will take you back in time. They also have a Heritage Day once a year so check with the local chamber of commerce to...More
We were blown away by the preservation and recreation of the Fayette Historic Village. We casually went down the Garden Peninsula looking for an interesting afternoon and found our way to this State Park.
The Visitor Center, just off the parking lot when you arrive,...More
We stopped to tour the historic town and were blown away by the beauty of the location! On one side you have a bay and white cliffs and on the other side the coast of Lake Michigan. The grounds were well-maintained and the information provided...More
What a wonderful, interesting place. A comprehensive picture emerges of life in a factory town in the mid- to late-19thC. The hardship! The stench and dirt! Beautifully restored buildings and preserved ruins. Take a break half way through and go to Sherry's Port Bar for...More