The aftermath of storms that dumped 11-inches of rain and produced winds up to 90 miles per hour include the closure of cabins and campsites at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
The state Department of Natural Resources says the four-bunk and six-bunk cabins were closed because access to the area.
Boardwalks are washed out, trails have washed away in some areas and bridges are gone.
Hikers say there was four feet of water in some places on the trail.
People with reservations will get refunds.
The DNR says the cabins and campsites should reopen in two weeks.