Brimley State Park, 9200 West 6 Mile Road Brimley, Michigan 49715 USA

Brimley State Park

Brimley State Park boasts some of the warmest swimming on Lake Superior and is one of the oldest Michigan State Parks being founded in 1923. Brimley State Park is located just West of the City of Sault Ste. Marie on the shores of Whitefish Bay, one mile East of Brimley on 6 Mile Road.

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Campground: A modern 237 sites campground with electric on site and mini cabins and dump station for taking on water. Located at the Southern end of Whitefish Bay. Canadian Hills visible from the clean sandy beach on beautiful Lake Superior. One of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula, Brimley features hunting, fishing, boating, camping and hiking.Brimley State Park Campground
Check the Michigan BeachGuard System, a public resource provided by Michigan DEQ for information about water quality at Brimley State Park and news on beach closures. Brimley State Park Water Quality BeachGuard
Today, the park consists of about 150 acres and has a total of 237 campsites and a mini-cabin, hiking trails, a large picnic area, playground, an awesome swimming beach among the warmest on Lake Superior and a cool picnic shelter (below) that can be rented for $50.00 from 8am to 10pm.
Brimley State Park Picnic Shelter
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