The best trail map of the Porcupine Mountains is produced by the same publisher responsible for the best guidebook to the park.
The most accurate map, that combines USGS elevation data and satellite imagery with field research, is the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park Trail Map from MichiganTrailMaps.com. The 24-inch by 18-inch, two-sided map is full color and includes all trails, cabin, yurts and backcountry campsite locations along with interesting features such as waterfalls and historic mines.
The map also features exact mileage for all the trails within the park and mileage flags for segments of the longest ones; Lake Superior Trail, Big Carp River Trail, Little Carp River Trail and Government Peak Trail. Data for contour lines is provided in both meters and feet and short descriptions are provided for each path. Best of all it’s printed on waterproof and tear-resistant paper just in case you drop it while fording the Big Carp River.
You can trust MichiganTrailmaps.com. Maps produced by cartographers who have already hiked the trails you want to.