Baraga State Park is situated a quarter mile south of Baraga along US-41 and overlooks scenic Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior. Camping is available at 118 grassy sites or in the park's minicabin. Watching wildlife, fishing, hiking, swimming and boating are among the many activities of this park. Stay in the Kitchigami tepee.
A pavilion located in the campground 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.
Picnic tables and fire pits/grills.
Baraga-Nature Trail Trail Length: 0.75 (Miles)Cross Country Ski, Hiking
Trails provide an opportunity to view the winter landscapes. Trail is not groomed for cross country skiing.
The Bishop Baraga Shrine, the Sturgeon River Gorge, Mt. Arvon (Michigan's highest point), Canyon Falls and attractions associated with the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community are only a few of the points of interest in Baraga County. The park is 75 miles from Copper Harbor, 69 miles from the Porcupine Mountains and 73 miles from Marquette.