Cambridge Junction Historic State Park
|Cambridge Junction Historic State Park|
|Nearest city||Brooklyn, Michigan|
|Area||80 acres (32 ha)|
|Elevation||994 feet (303 m) |
|Governing body||Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
|Website||Cambridge Junction Historic State Park|
|Official name||Cambridge Junction|
|Designated||February 18, 1956|
Cambridge Junction Historic State Park is a state park in Cambridge Township, three miles south of Brooklyn, Michigan. It is the site of Walker Tavern, a major stopping place for stagecoaches traveling between Detroit and Chicago in the early nineteenth century. The park includes a visitor center and restored tavern with period furnishings. A reconstructed 1840s barn has displays about barns, roads and travelers in the nineteenth century. The tavern is open seasonally as part of the Michigan Historical Museum System.
- "Cambridge State Historic Park". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
- "Cambridge Junction Historic State Park". Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved June 30, 2018.
- "Cambridge Junction Historic State Park". Michigan History Center. Retrieved June 30, 2018.
- Cambridge Junction Historic State Park Michigan Department of Natural Resources
- Walker Tavern Area Map Michigan History Center
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