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Cambridge Junction

A large bell sits on top of a post; a white Greek-revival home is in the background

Cambridge Junction

Cambridge Junction Historic State Park

A 2-story white New England saltbox-style building with green shutters and a cedar shake roof.

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.

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

Phone: 517-930-3806

Admission is free; however, a Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry to the grounds.
Please note that some special events require a fee or donation.

Open seasonally.

The historic buildings, including Walker Tavern, close for the season at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 1.
Cambridge Junction Visitor Information