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.
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.
Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau