CRAIG LAKE STATE PARK
Craig Lake is a wilderness area that spans over 6,900 acres in Baraga County. The park contains six full lakes with muskellunge, bass, walleye, and northern pike, plus a variety of wildlife including a portion of the UP moose herd. This park offers some of the most rugged trails in Michigan for hiking. Snowmobiles are allowed with 4" of snow or more on the ground. Cross-country skiing is allowed, however, the trails are not groomed. There are two cabins for rent just a two mile hike from the parking area. Metal Detecting Area. Now renting Yurts.
The park contains six full lakes and a variety of wildlife such as deer, black bear, beaver, loons and moose.
The Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. Details and information on how to obtain your Michigan Recreation Passport can be found by visiting the MICHIGAN RECREATION PASSPORT
Craig Lake State Park-Teddy Lake Yurt(800) 447-27571 site(s)
Craig Lake-Rustic(906) 339-446114 site(s)Rustic Site, Walk-in Sites
Craig Lake-Rustic Cabins(800) 447-27572 site(s)Cabins & Lodges, Vault Toilet
Keewaydin Lake offers the only boat launch in the park and the only lake that allows motorboats. Fishing by artificial lure only on this lake. Please check the fishing guide under Baraga County for more information or contact the park.