Muskallonge Lake State Park

Enjoy the spacious, 217-acre, Muskallonge Lake area. Explore the surrounding forests, lakes and streams. The modern facilities on site make Muskallonge Lake State Park an ideal place to bring the family for a summer camping trip. Just 16 miles from the “Big Two Hearted River”, made famous by Ernest Hemmingway, find yourself constantly engaged with the natural surroundings of one of the best Michigan State Parks. In the hot summer months, the inland lake stays warm to comfort its swimmers. If you want a more refreshing dip, Lake Superior is a short jaunt across the road. With more to offer than meets the eye, see for yourself what outdoor adventures await you – from canoeing to geocaching to family friendly hikes – nature is calling. When planning your state park vacation be sure to include Muskallonge Lake in your itinerary!

  • Recreational Offerings:
    • Camping
    • Hiking
    • Paddling
    • Wildlife observation
    • Snowshoeing
    • Snowmobiling
  • Handicap Access
  • Fees:
    • Recreation Passport needed
  • Hours of Operation: State camping season
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Take a quick hike on the North Country Trail and lose yourself in the hunt for the perfect agate along the quiet shores of Lake Superior!

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