Craig Lake State Park


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Craig Lake State Park


Location:1 mile west of Michigamme to Craig Lake Road; follow signs 8 miles north.
Facilities:Rustic (primitive) campsites, 2 rustic cabins, trails, snowmobile area, boat launch (on Keewaydin Lake only).
Activities:Backpack camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Michigan's most remote state park contains numerous small ponds and six lakes, including 374-acre Craig Lake, with six islands and high granite bluffs along its northern shoreline. The park normally has nine months of snow conditions and provides habitat for a variety of wildlife including deer, black bear, beaver, loons, and a portion of the Upper Peninsula moose herd.
Address:851 County Rd AKE
PO Box 88
Champion, MI 49814

Phone:906-339-4461
Web: www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=415
Size: 6,983 acres.

See other parks in Michigan.