Brimley State Park
Brimley State Park, located along the beautiful shore of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay, is home to 160 acres of lakeside recreation. The park is one of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula and was established in 1923 when the Village of Brimley gifted the park’s initial acreage to the DNR.
The park is home to a campground, overnight lodging facility, boat launch, sandy swimming beach, picnic area and shelter. From the sandy shoreline or observation area, visitors enjoy watching passing freighters and the view of Canada across the lake. The nearby bays and rivers are a destination for fishing, and a number of designated trout streams are located within a 30-minute drive of the park in the Hiawatha National Forest.
Before visiting a state park, boating site or trail, it’s always a good idea to check the latest closures due to weather-related events, planned improvement projects and repairs. Visit Michigan.gov/DNRClosures.
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