A scenic state park settled on a bay of Lake Superior where visitors love to camp, fish, kayak, and swim.
In the very north of the state of Michigan on the Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior, the largest Great Lake, is where you will discover Baraga State Park. This park is 56 acres and has 100 different campsites that you can set up and relax at. The park also offers a teepee via reservation that resides right near the bay and can fit six people within it.
The Baraga Nature Trail is a .75-mile hike that takes you alongside the Keweenaw Bay, so you are guaranteed some spectacular views. There is a small boat dock available for launching your kayak or paddle board for a fun lake day, too. In the warmer months regular fishing, boating, and swimming in the bay are favorite pastimes among guests. If you visit Baraga State Park in the wintertime you will have an array of activities to do, such as cross-country skiing in the area surrounding and ice fishing in the bay. Since the park is located so far north in the country, the foliage turns brilliant warm colors early on in the fall. Nothing beats a dinner picnic in the autumn while watching the sunset on the vast Lake Superior!