Here are a few pictures of the old growth forest. These trees are between 300 and 400 years old. The size of the trees and the space between them indicate that this is an old growth forest. Similar forests can be found in Tahquamenon and Porcupine Mountain state parks.
Along the old growth forest trail there is a chapel.
Here is a picture of the mixed hardwood section of the park.
Within the park there is a building that remains from the Civilian Conservation Corp camp that was located here between 1933 and 1942.
At the entrance to the park there is this big wheels on display. There is also a logging museum within the park, which I didn't take time to check out since it probably is not open this time of year.
The other day I included photos of the Lake Michigan shoreline. In just two days, the shore ice built up considerably more.