Plan your visit to
Michigan National Parks
The state of Michigan is home to some of the most visited places in the united states with the Great Lakes, but one thing that Michigan national parks draw just as much of a crowd annually. Isle Royale is the only national park in Michigan and its almost 20,000 visitors each year make it not one of the most visited national parks in the registry, but this national park is truly not one that should be missed.
Michigan national parks, Isle Royale, is located on an island and that is usually what keeps people from visiting it as much as some of the mainland national parks, but visitors need not worry about transportation to and from the island or the lack of resources. The national park service runs regular ferries to and from the park for the convenience of the guests and the visitor’s center keeps some of the most needed supplies on hand throughout the year. The only thing that you may want to consider when traveling to Michigan national parks is the weather factor.
The weather can sometimes impact the ability of the ferries to get to and from the park, but this is most commonly the case during the winter when the snow is particularly high. During the summer, there is little interruption in the flow of the ferries, apart from the occasional storm making the travel across the water dangerous. The national parks are beautiful places throughout the year, but they are some of the most least visited in the national park registry. It is time for the least visited to become the most visited. Get out and see what you have been missing.