Baraga State Park is located in Baraga in Michigan’s Baraga County and was originally established in 1921. The Park is known for being named after Bishop Frederic Baraga along with the county and village. Baraga State Park is on the southern shores of Lake Superior along route 41. The campground is known for being extremely family and pet friendly and camping is available year round. Camping sites for tents as well as motor home or trailers are available.
The campground is fully equipped for your camping needs with everything from electrical service to mini cabins. There is public washrooms and dumping stations available at Baraga State Park. There is a large variety of things to do while staying at the state park such as hiking, paddling, geocaching, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, off-roading, spot wildlife and even metal detecting.