BRIMLEY STATE PARK PHOTOS
Brimley State Park provides recreational opportunities along the beautiful shore of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay. It is also one of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula. The park 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 and fishing, as well as, boating and hiking are also popular amenities found at Brimley. Many other activities including camping, cross country skiing, and geocaching are also available.
Hunting is prohibited in Brimley State Park. However, hunting is allowed south of 6 Mile Road on State Forest land. Additional State and Federal forest land is also open to hunting near the park. Nearby state and federal forest land supports snowshoe hare, as well as, deer, black bear and ruffed grouse.
The beautiful sights of Lake Superior also offer great opportunities for photography.
PARK HOURS & FEES
TTY/TDD711 (Michigan Relay Center)
9200 W. 6 Mile Road
Brimley, MI 49715
For more information click HERE.
Have you visited this state park? If so, please leave a comment. Thanks.