Craig Lake State Park

4.824 Votes
  • Address: 851 County Road Ake, Champion, MI 49841, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-9063394461
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

The Craig Lake State Park is the most remote state park in the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. There are six large lakes and a number of small ponds sprawling around the park along with high granite bluffs surrounding the northern shorelines. A plethora of wildlife such as deer, black beer, raccoons, beavers, moose and squirrels in the woodlands are open for controlled hunting. Bass, Muskellunge, northern pike, and walleye are some of the most abundant species you will find while fishing in the lake. You can rent a kayak or a paddle boat and take a tour around the lakes. The rugged eight-mile hiking trails will also offer you a birdseye view of the park. With the advent of winter, you can also enjoy activities like cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

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  • Craig Lake State Park Address: 851 County Road Ake, Champion, MI 49841, USA, United States
  • Craig Lake State Park Contact Number: +1-9063394461
  • Time required to visit Craig Lake State Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Craig Lake State Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful, secluded lake. Nice and peaceful this time a year. Fall colors changing was a bonus!

  • Fantastic place. This was my first time going. Great hiking and canoeing!

  • Beware the blackflies in July. Garbage left in camping area. Take a canoe!

  • Truly a beautiful place. 🙂

  • Beautiful unspoiled remote campgrounds, fishing and picture taking place.

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