Schoolcraft County Historical Park

Located in Schoolcraft County Historical Park, Manistique
Michigan’s Water Tower (a 200,000 gallon capacity), is a Roman period
architectual landmark.  The 200′ octagonal brick tower has been
designated as outstanding historical and architectural significance to the
United States. Built in 1922 at a cost of $62,450, the tower commemorates
the birth of Manistique’s municipal water works.Also located in the park is a home and log cabin which were used by
early residents of Schoolcraft County.

The water tower and museum buildings are maintained and operated by the
Schoolcraft County Historical Society.