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Muskallonge Lake 

 

      Doreen and I often go to Muskallonge Lake just to relax for a while in the evening after picking up boats. Muskallonge Lake State Park provides plenty of room to breath and just enjoy the outdoors. They have 159 campsites with modern facilities – it is also located right across from Lake Superior for some great rock-hounding opportunities.

 

 

Muskallonge Lake State Park 

 

     Muskallonge Lake State Park is open between mid-April and November 1st and is located on the sparkling clear 786 acre Muskallonge Lake – home to a variety of fish species such as walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, panfish, among others. The park offers the convenience of 159 campsites, modern restrooms and showers, a boat launch, playground, a swimming beach, and a picnic area. Some of the activities that you can enjoy while camping at Muskallonge Lake are hiking, canoeing and kayaking – on Muskallonge Lake and Lake Superior(calm days only), fishing, wildlife viewing, photography, and rock collecting on Lake Superior. Dogs are permitted if they are on a leash, but you might want to inquire if you plan on bringing your goat or pig, etc.


     For directions, or to contact park headqurters, please see the details below:

 

                 Muskallonge Lake State Park

                 Phone: (906) 658-3338    Reservations: (800) 447-2757

30042 Co Rd 407
Newberry, MI 49868
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Paddling Rec 101


     In 2011 we began taking part in the parks new program, “Paddling Rec 101”. This program offers first time and novice paddlers a chance to learn some basic paddling and safety techniques taught by a skilled teacher. There's no need to bring your own canoe or kayak – everything is provided for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Here are a few pictures taken at Muskallonge Lake State Park, including some from last year's “Rec 101”:

 

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