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Indian Lake State Park Professional Review and Guide
"At a length of 6 miles and a widest point of 3 miles, Indian Lake is one of the biggest inland lakes in the Upper Peninsula. Despite its size it is rather shallow and thus makes a good swimming lake. The state park is divided into 2 separate units set 3 miles from each other. The largest section is spread out along the southern shore of the lake. The west unit offers semimodern sites along the west shore of the lake. The variety of fish here is notable and includes sturgeon, muskie, and brown trout, and Lake Michigan is only 3 miles away to the south- east. Sites are grassy and not always shaded."
--Kevin Revolinski , Camping Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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