Fayette State Park
Open: Open May 1 through Dec 5
Number of Sites: 62
Fayette Historic State Park houses a Historic Townsite, a representation of a once bustling industrial community. On the second Saturday of August the annual Heritage Day celebrates Fayette as a bustling iron smelting company town. Celebrate with period displays, food, and music.
Located within the Historic Townsite is the Snail Shell Harbor. Approximatly 300 feet of lineal dockage provides overnight or day use boating opportunities. The protected waters of Snail Shell Harbor are deep enough for larger pleasure crafts. Scuba diving is allowed in Snail Shell Harbor during certain times of the day. A fee and use permit is required for this activity so all divers may participate. All submerged artifacts are to remain in place and nothing is to be removed from the harbor bottom.
Fayette Furnace Hill Lodge
(906) 644-2603, 1 site(s), Electrical Service
(800) 447-2757, 61 site(s), Electrical Service, Some Campsites with 50 amp Service, Vault Toilet
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