FORT WILKINS & COPPER HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE
In the mid 19th century, Fort Wilkins was a U.S. Army post on the northern frontier. Experience what life was like for the fort's residents and for the lightkeepers at nearby Copper Harbor Lighthouse.
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TRAVEL & TOUR INFO
• Fort Wilkins and Copper Harbor Lighthouse Visitor Information Find location, admission and other information to help plan your visit to this historic site at the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
• Map of Fort Wilkins Buildings at the site are keyed to numbers on the map.
• View the Online Calendar Events at all Michigan Historical Museum System Upper Peninsula sites.
• Copper Harbor Lighthouse Visit the lighthouse complex. See the 1848 keeper's dwelling, the 1866 lighthouse and the 1933 steel tower that houses the modern lighting apparatus.