Keith McKellop Walkway Historic Markers
Six historic markers along Cadillac's lakefront walkway highlight the history of Cadillac. Each marker showcases what was once stood on the sight along with providing an in-depth history with historic photos.
Backstory and Context
The Keith McKellop Walkway is a 2 mile walkway along the northeast shore of Lake Cadillac. It meanders through a beautiful city park with many scenic views and several recreational opportunities along the way, as a playground that is handicap accessible, a skate park, and a unique "Sound Garden" . The historic markers are strategically placed along the walkway and are very informative . The markers include pictures and information on the Cobbs & Mitchell Lumber Mills, The Clam Lake House (early hotel), Mason House (first office of the founder of Cadillac, George Mitchell), Cadillac Boat Club, Acme Truck Plant, and Cummer - Diggins Mill.
Historic Markers Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau