BRIMLEY STATE PARK
Brimley State Park provides recreational opportunities along the beautiful shore of Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay. One of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula, it was established in 1923 when the Village of Brimley gave the DNR the park's initial 38 acres. The remaining acreage was acquired through purchase or exchange. Hunting, fishing, boating and hiking are popular amenities found at Brimley.
One of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula, it was established in 1923 when the Village of Brimley gave the DNR the park's initial 38 acres. The remaining acreage was acquired through purchase or exchange. Hunting, fishing, boating and hiking are popular amenities found at Brimley.
The Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. Details and information on how to obtain your Michigan Recreation Passport can be found by visiting the MICHIGAN RECREATION PASSPORT
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Brimley provides some of the warmest swimming areas on Lake Superior.
The park offers a variety of boating options for visitors. There is a boat launch available, which provides access to Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay. This allows individuals the opportunity to engage in various water activities such as fishing and sailing. Canoeing and kayaking are also popular choices among guests due to calm waters near the shorelines.
Located in Michigan, this park offers fishing opportunities on Lake Superior. Anglers can catch species like Walleye, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. Whitefish Bay also provides a chance to reel in Yellow Perch or Rainbow Trout. Ice fishing is popular during winter months too.
Brimley State Park is located near Sault Sainte Marie
Provides restrooms and clothing changing facilities. A grassy area has picnic tables and grills. A large enclosed picnic shelter rents per day and can be reserved by calling 906-248-3422.
Brimley State Park offers picnic tables, grills and a pavilion for picnicking. It also has beautiful lake views.
There are no established trails within the park, but a nearby abandoned railroad cooridor adjacent to the park provides opportunities for hiking and skiing in the winter.
Cycling enthusiasts can enjoy the park's paved roads, though there are no designated bike trails. Safety gear is recommended.
The terrain may be challenging for beginners due to occasional steep inclines and sharp turns.
Riding after dark isn't advised as lighting within the area is limited; daytime biking ensures better visibility of potential hazards.
Remember that cyclists share these routes with motorists so always stay alert and follow traffic rules diligently.
In winter months, cycling might not be feasible because of snow or icy conditions on roadways.
Always check weather forecasts before planning a ride since sudden changes could make paths slippery or dangerous.
From I 75 take exit 386 and come to M-28 heading W. for 7 miles. Intersection of M-28 and M-221 turn right for 2 miles. Come to 6 Mile Rd. turn right, go 3/4 mile to park entrance on left.