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American Black Bear, Euarctos americanus
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American Black Bear, Euarctos americanus
Description - Those loving the North Woods come to Muskallonge Lake State Park, which is located on the shores of Lake Superior. Hemlock and pine dominate the forest. Lake and forest scenery abound. Walleye, perch, northern pike and muskie are the featured fishing species.

Attractions - Muskallonge Lake State Park offers the visitor 179 campsites featuring water, restrooms, and pumphouse. Sites are broken into three campgrounds each offering sun drenched and shade sites. Campsites are available April 15 to November 15, with no modern toilets the first and last month.

Lake Superior and Muskallonge Lake are the main attractions of this park that lures anglers and boaters. A boat launch is offered to those who bring their own boat. Swimming is enjoyed during the warmer months of the year. The rock shoreline attracts rock hunters in search of agates.

Recreation - This Lake Superior park affords visitors the ability to enjoy lake swimming, fishing, camping, and boating.

Climate - The Upper Peninsula normally experiences mild summers with average temperatures near 70 degrees F (21 degrees C). Winter temperatures average 14 degrees F (-10 degrees C). Rain and snowmelt in the region can reach up to 200 inches annually. Travelers should be aware that significant amounts of snow could fall within a relatively short period of time resulting in hazardous road conditions.

Location - Muskallonge Lake State Park is located about 30 miles north of Newberry, Michigan. To reach the park take M-123 north of Newberry four miles to County Road 407. Follow CR 407 west 24 miles.


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Number of People Encountered: 50+ ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: Our family will be making our 2nd trip in 2 wks we really enjoy this park ,fishing, hiking, and rock hunting across the road at Lake Sup.

Filed By: Bill (Fremont, OH)
Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: My wife and I always love camping at Muskallonge State Park. We have been coming there sence the 70's. For the past 10 or so years we normally come up there in May and again in Sept. Because of the wonderfull oil slugs in America we now make the trip on in September only. Too bad for that area can use the money. I can't be the only person that has had to cut my camping traveling by 50%. We plan to head up in two weeks plus meet friends at the camp site.


More Information

Contact Information:
Muskallonge Lake State Park, Rt. 1, Box 245 , Newberry, NI, 49868, Phone: 906-658-3338

Additional Information:
Michigan Lakes and Rivers - Michigan is one of the most unique states in the nation boasting not only thousands of acres of interior natural lakes along with miles of waterways but also expansive shorelines that touch four of the five Great Lakes: Superior, Michigan, Huron, and Erie.
Michigan State Parks and Forests - Everything that makes Michigan special is embodied in the 96 State Parks. Boasting sterling recreation, Michigan State Parks and Forests invite you to enjoy one of their 14,000 campsites, 170 winter-sport areas and infinite rivers, streams, and lakes.
Upper Peninsula - This region encompasses nearly the entire Upper Peninsula landmass embracing windswept mountain tops, tumbling waterfalls, pristine woodlands, scenic lakeshores, and welcoming communities.

Links:
Michigan Department of Natural Resources - Official agency website.

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