Craig Lake State Park


Craig Lake State Park
Craig Lake State Park
Map showing the location of Craig Lake State Park
Location Spurr Township
Baraga County, Michigan
Nearest city Nestoria, Michigan
Coordinates 46°36′43″N 88°10′41″W / 46.61194°N 88.17806°W / 46.61194; -88.17806Coordinates: 46°36′43″N 88°10′41″W / 46.61194°N 88.17806°W / 46.61194; -88.17806
Area 10.91 mi² (28.26 km²)
Governing body Flag of Michigan.svg Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Website Official website

Craig Lake State Park is a remote state park in the state of Michigan. Located in Baraga County on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, this 6,983-acre (28.26 km2) tract of wilderness was at one time owned by the Miller Brewing family. By the late 1960s, it was acquired by the state of Michigan.

The land contains several lakes accessible only by foot or paddle. It offers fishing and beautiful scenery.

Rustic camping is available to those who are willing to hike in along the many backpacking trails.[1]

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