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P1 Baraga State Park
1300 US-41 South, Baraga, MI 49908
906-353-6558
Situated on the Keweenaw Bay(Lake Superior) with easy access to the water. The park is centrally located to many attractions. Take US-41 south of Baraga less than a mile.

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P2 Bewabic State Park
1933 US-2 West, Crystal Falls, MI 49920
906-875-3324
Bewabic State Park is located on a chain of lakes providing prime fishing and a snady swimming beach. The modern campground is shaded by the surrounding virgin hardwood forest. The only state park with tennis courts. Take US-2 four miles west of Crystal Falls.

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P4 Craig Lake State Park
P.O. Box 66, Champion, MI 49814
906-339-4461
Located in the heart of moose country, this park is ideal for backcountry camping, canoeing, and wildlife viewing. Take US-41/M-28 six miles west of Champion and turn north onto Keewaydin Lake Road. Go 12 miles, taking the left fork after six miles.

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P7 Fort Wilkins State Historic Park
P.O.Box 71, Copper Harbor, MI 49918
906-289-4215
Built in 1844, Fort Wilkins portrays military life in the mid-1800s with costumed interpreters re-enacting individuals who lived at the Fort. The lighthouse museum depicts Lake Superior shipping, shipwrecks and lighthouse living conditions. Take US-41 east of Copper Harbor.

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P9 Lake Gogebic State Park
H.C. 1, Box 139, Marenisco, MI 49947
906-842-3341
This park offers shady, lakefront campsites on the shore of Lake Gogebic, the longest inland lake in the Upper Peninsula. Take US-2 to Marenisco and drive 10 miles north on M-64 or take M-64 south of M-28 eight miles.

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P10 Laughing Whitefish Falls Scenic Site
P.O. Box 66, Champion, MI 49814
906-339-4461
One of the Upper Peninsula's many impressive waterfalls. Take M-94 north of Sundell two miles.

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No Camping. No Services.
P11 F. J. McLain State Park
Rt.1, Box 82, M-203, Hancock MI 49930
906-482-0278
On Lake Superior, this park boasts beautiful views of Michigan sunsets. Many activities, including snowmobiling and viewing the lighthouse.

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P14 Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
412 S. Boundary Rd., Ontonagon, MI 49953
906-885-5275
On the shores of Lake Superior, offering towering old-growth forests and clifftop scenic vistas. This 60,000 acre park has waterfalls, backcountry campsites, more than 90 miles of hiking trails and 16 rustic cabins. Winter attractions include 42K of cross-country ski trails and 15 ski runs along a 641 foot vertical drop. The visitor center is a necessary stop to get oriented to park facilities and programs. Take M-107 three miles west of Siler City.
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P14-2 Porcupine Mtns. W.S.P. (Presque Isle Unit) Located on a bluff overlooking Lake Superior. The semi-modern campground is a short walk from spectacular waterfalls, cascades and rapids of the Presque Isle River. Take County Road 519 north of Wakefield 16 miles.
P17 Twin Lake State Park
Rt.1 Box 234, M-26, Toivola, MI 49965
This parks most popular feature is a sandy, warm inland lake that is shallow enough for young children. Take M-26 southwest of Houghton 26 miles.

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P18 Van Riper State Park
P.O. Box 66, Champion, MI 49814
906-339-4461
A conifer and hardwood forest offering a sandy beach, hiking trails and fishing spots in the heart of moose country. Take Us-41 35 miles west of Marquette.

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P20 J.W.Wells State Park
N7670 Hwy M-35, Cedar River, Mi 49813
906-863-9747
This park has an abundance of waterfront campsites and rustic cabins on Green Bay, with three miles of shoreline to explore. Wildlife abound. An ideal getaway for hiking, cycling and enjoying the outdoors. Take M-35 30 miles south of Escanaba or 25 north of Menominee.

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Facilities Legend

Facilities Legend for State Park Descriptions
Modern Campground Electricity, flush toilets, showers and sanitation station.
Rustic Campground Vault toilets and hand pump.
Equestrian Campground Vault toilets and hand pump, hitching posts for horses.
Organization Campground Vault toilets and hand pump, for organized groups (i.e. schools, church groups, scout troops).
Rustic Cabin Varies in size and accommodates from four to twenty-four people, includes bunk beds, fireplace, vault toilets.
Mini-Cabin Accommodates four people; includes bunk beds, electricity, table, located near showers and flush toilets.
Rent a Tent/Tepee Tent or replica American Indian tepee sleeps four, includes cots, located near showers and flush toilets.
Picnic Area Picnic tables and fire pits
Picnic Shelter Available on first-come, first-served basis or by reservation, contact the park.
Playground Variety of playground equipment for children.
Beach House Provides clothes changing area for swimming.
Concession or Store Provides food, drinks, snacks and supplies.
Boat Launch Access for boating and fishing.
Swimming Designated beaches.
Hunting In designated areas during hunting season; hunting license required.
Fishing During fishing seasons; fishing license required.
Snowmobiling In designated areas with at least 4" of snow on the ground.
Hiking On designated trails.
Horseback Riding On designated trails.
Cross-Country Skiing On designated trails.
Visitor Center Exhibits and audiovisual programs to orient visitors to Michigan's unique cultural and natural features.
Interpreter Program Park Interpreters and Adventure Rangers offer guided nature programs.

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