This Is Michigan’s Smallest State Park
There are 101 State Parks in Michigan and this one is the tiniest- no bigger than Alcatraz.
The Upper Peninsula's Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park sprawls over 60,000 acres of pure Michigan beauty. Its statistical opposite is Wagner Falls, covering just 22 acres near Munising. A 1/2 mile trail leaves the small parking area and weaves through the Hiawatha National Forest leading to a gorgeous waterfall that, in turn, makes its way to Lake Superior.
In perspective, 22 acres is less than half the size of the United States Capital and 4 Wagner Falls could fit inside the Mall of America. The Porcupine Mountains' 60,000 acres is nearly as big as Hawaii and 2/3 the size of Detroit.