Lake Gogebic State Park located in Michigan’s Gogebic County only 30 minutes from the Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park. The park was originally established in 1930 and is known for sitting on the largest inland lake in the upper peninsula of Michigan, Lake Gogebic. Lake Gogebic State Park is on the southern shores of Lake Superior located on M- 64 between US-2 and M-28. Lake Gogebic State Park features stunning beaches with access and a boat launch. Some of the main things to do in Lake Gogebic State Park include camping, hiking, swimming, paddling, and fishing.
The campground offers plenty of sites for campers with 30 available right on the lake front and more located in forested area. The campground offers electrical service and dumping stations. It is also is fully equipped with a beach house, picnicking areas, playground and public bathrooms. You can’t go wrong with the Lake Gogebic State Park if you want the full camping experience.