Michigan’s Hidden Mountain Range

The Porcupine Mountains in the Upper Peninsula are every back-country camper’s dream.

60,000 acres cover untouched Michigan forest, full of sugar maple, yellow birch, and eastern hemlock trees.

Many other lakes are within the forest and easiest to see from high viewpoints throughout the park.

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