Brimley State Park located in Brimley in Michigan’s Chippewa county was originally established as of 1923 and is known for being one of the oldest state parks on the Upper Peninsula. Brimley State Park is on the very southeast corner of Lake Superior near Sault Ste. Marie and along Interstate 75 and highway M-28. Brimley State Park features beautiful sandy beaches along Whitefish Point. Some of the main things to do in Brimley State Park include hunting, fishing, and hiking. The campground is a great place to stop along your Lake Superior Circle Tour Journey.
The campground has large amount of camping sites with there being over 200 in total. There you can camp with a tent or an RV as well as the park offers mini cabins for rental. Throughout the campground you can find dumping stations, public washrooms, and you can reserve a site with an electrical hookup if needed. Some of the most popular things to do at Brimley State Park are hiking the trails throughout the park, fishing, hunting, and camping.