Muskallonge Lake State Park located near Newberry in Michigan’s Luce County was originally established as of 1956, covers 217 acres, and is known for being a former home to a station of the coast guard. This State Park is on the southern shores of Lake Superior along Country Road 407. The park features amazing forests and streams. Some of the main things to do include being active within the park and exploring through paddling, hiking, fishing, geocaching, ATV-ing, and swimming. However, there are also a lot of great attractions near by such as the Father Marquette National Memorial Museum, Historic Forts, Tahquamenon Falls, Logging Museum and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
The park offers many onsite facilities and services including a fully accessible boat launch, electric sites, modern restrooms, showers, picnic areas, dumping stations, and playgrounds for young children. This state park is open from all year round and daily from 9 am to 9 pm. This is an excellent park to visit or stay while on your Lake Superior Circle Tour.