Lake Gogebic State Park
Lake Gogebic State Park covers 360 acres and nearly a mile of lake frontage on the west shore of Lake Gogebic, the largest inland lake in the Upper Peninsula. About a quarter of the 127 campsites are located directly on the lakefront and the rest are nestled among the trees, not more than 100 yards from the lake. There are 2 toilet/shower buildings. There are also 3 pull-through sites. A gift shop, ice, wood, and public phone are available at the campground office. The day-use area has a boat launch, picnic shelter, bathrooms, a metal detecting area, playground equipment, a swimming beach. The park is centrally located to many local attractions and only 30 minutes from the Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park.
Located on M- 64 between US-2 and M-28.
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