McLain State Park is located near Hancock in Michigan’s Houghton county and is known for being in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula and its breathtaking sunsets in the summer months. McLain State Park is on the southern shores of Lake Superior along U.S. Highway M-203. The park features the Keweenaw Waterway Upper Entrance Lighthouse, a campground, and picnic areas. Some of the main things to do in McLain State Park include windsurfing, fishing, beachcombing, sight-seeing, hunting, and berry picking.
The campground at McLain State Park offers 98 campsites and is open all year round from 8 am to 10 pm. There you can camp on a site or rent a small rustic cabin. The campsites are available for tenting and RV’s. The campground offers dumping stations, public washrooms, picnic areas, a concession store, and showers.