Baraga State Park
Cross Country Ski
Trails provide an opportunity to view the winter landscapes. Trail is not groomed for cross country skiing.
Pike, trout, perch and salmon are available in local streams and in Lake Superior.
Many nearby hiking trails provide opportunities to watch the wildlife, including whitetail deer, bald eagles, and waterfowl.
Metal detecting is recognized as a legitimate recreation activity when it is conducted in ways that do not damage the natural and cultural resources in Michigan State Parks nor violate applicable state statutes. If you wish to use a metal detector in this state park,
here is a map
that shows clearly where this activity may take place. Any items found must be reviewed by park staff and may be retained for further investigation.
Michigan State Park Explorer Program
Learn more about the natural features and resources located in this park with the
Outdoor Explorer Program
Off-Road Vehicle Trails/Routes
Picnic tables and fire pits/grills.
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 offeres electrical outlets and lights for evening programs. The shelter can be reserved up to one year in advance by calling 1-800-447-2757 or visiting
Report All Poaching 1-800-292-7800
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