Cambridge Junction Historic State Park

Cambridge Junction Historic State Park

  • Cambridge Junction Historic State Park

    In the 1840s, Sylvester Walker's farmhouse tavern at Cambridge Junction was a favorite rest stop for travelers heading west on the Old Chicago Road. Today, the tavern is part of an 80-acre state park. Visitors can tour the site's three historic buildings, view exhibits about tourism and enjoy the natural landscape of the Irish Hills.

    Although Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-110 (COVID-19) allowed libraries and museums to re-open on June 8, 2020, this site's historic buildings will remain closed to the public throughout 2020.

    Cambridge Junction Historic State Park
    13220 M-50
    Brooklyn, MI 49230

    Phone: 517-930-3806
    Website: Michigan.gov/CambridgeJunctionHSP

    Admission is free with a Michigan State Parks Recreation Passport
    Please note that some special events require a fee or donation.

    Open seasonally. 

    Cambridge Junction Visitor Information

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    Walker Tavern and Barn, viewed from US-12

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    Three classic cars line the grounds of Cambridge Junction

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