Lake Gogebic State Park

Marenisco, Michigan 49947

Lake Gogebic State Park

Lake Gogebic State Park Professional Review and Guide

"A nature trail through Lake Gogebic backcountry. This nature trail through the backcountry of Lake Gogebic State Park provides a brief glimpse into the tangled beauty of the western Upper Peninsula. The park is located on the western shores of the region's largest inland lake, providing a full weekend of possibilities.

The park is open year-round, and the trail is accessible anytime snow is off the ground, but some park facilities are closed from late October until May. Special attractions: Wilderness, wildlife viewing. Fishing in Lake Gogebic is tops for walleye and smallmouth bass."

Lake Gogebic State Park Reviews

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4/5/2001
Lake Gogebic is a large lake in the Western UP which offers a number of recreational opportunities. One of the nice things about this region is there are so many lakes you rarely find one that is crowded. The water is decent for swimming and the trail is easy to follow (although it can be a little wet in the Spring). The trail seemed to have a moderate amount of use. As always in the UP gnats and mosquitoes can be bothersome from May-August but you can develop a tolerance fairly quickly. I don't really recommend shore fishing here as there are more productive lakes in the area for this. If you are here to fish bring a canoe or a boat to cover more terrain. For a more rugged experience consider a trip to the Porcupine Mountains just North of here. The Superior Highlands in nearby Wisconsin are also desirable to hike or canoe.
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Marenisco
Nearby City
3
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Fall
Season
Lake Gogebic State Park, 906-842-3341
Local Contacts
Lake Gogebic State Park brochure and map.
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Jul 2018