Baraga State Park
Baraga State Park is located next to scenic Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior. Baraga State Park is situated a quarter mile south of Baraga along US-41. Camping is available at 115 grassy sites or in the park’s minicabin or tepee. The park now includes five pull through campsites and 20 and 30 amp electrical service. The park is great for swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking.
There are many local points of interest in the surrounding area. Some of these include the Bishop Baraga Shrine, the Sturgeon River Gorge, Mt. Arvon (Michigan’s highest point), and Canyon Falls. Baraga State Park also includes a picnic area and a pavilion that serves as a covered picnic shelter for campers and is the location of many park events. This picnic shelter offers electrical outlets and lights for evening programs.
Check out these links for the various camping options at Baraga State Park:
There is a hiking trail near Baraga State Park. Visit the DNR website for more details:
Baraga-Nature Trail – Length: 0.75 (Miles)