This Fascinating Michigan Mine Has Been Abandoned And Reclaimed By Nature For Decades Now

Did you know that the Great Lake State has a rich copper mining history? The Upper Peninsula had many thriving copper mines and you can even tour a mine that operated until 1920. But for adventurers who love to discover ruins in the woods, you need to visit this abandoned mine in Mohawk, Michigan that’s been reclaimed by nature.

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