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The Fayette Historic State Park is a reconstruction of the 19th century industrial community that used to be present on the site. The said village moved to the area in line with its charcoal pig iron production during the 1867 to 1891. Today, the site is basically a living museum of how life was like to the locals when the site was still bustling with life and activity.

The Fayette Historic State Park was once the home of around 500 immigrants, mostly from Canada and Europe. They produced up to 229,288 tons of iron during its 24 years of operation. The site closed when the demands for charcoal iron declined.

Today, tons of activities can be enjoyed at the Fayette Historic State Park. Tours are the primary features of the site, where visitors can look around the buildings and learn more about the Fayette life. Camping and hiking is also possible on the site as it is equipped with the right amenities needed for such activities.
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