Brimley State Park is located along the beautiful shore of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay near Sault Ste. Marie. It is also one of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula. Brimley State Park was established in 1923 when the Village of Brimley gave the DNR the park 38 acres. The remaining acreage was acquired through purchase or exchange. Hunting, fishing, boating and hiking are popular amenities found at Brimley.
Tahquamenon Falls, two national fish hatcheries, the Hiawatha National Forest, Mackinac Island State Park, the Tower of History, the Museum of Ship Valley Camp, the Soo Locks, the Coast Guard Station, the International Bridge and the Mackinaw Bridge are all within the local area or a short drive from the park.
Another bonus to camping at Brimley State Park is that is provides some of the warmest swimming in Lake Superior.
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