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About Baraga State Park
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Baraga State Park is located in Michigan
Latitude
46.761 N
Longitude
-88.501 W
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7 Reviews of Baraga State Park
Baraga State Park - not a place to camp if you want any sleep

Baraga is an interesting place to visit - but don't plan to camp here. The campground is literally a few yards from Interstate 41 - the trucks and noise make it impossible to catch any shut eye from any site in the park.

Campsites are small and when we went, totally muddy (Mid July) There is a small hole in the wall casino nearby. We golfed at a course a little north and it was like golfing in a cow pasture, but prices were right up there. (Had to take motion sickness pills to survive the ride back to the club house after only 5 holes.) Lake Superior is beautiful and there was a good steak house within 15 minutes.

Fort Wilkin, at the northern tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula is not worth the drive.

Near the bay

Camp host very helpful, highway noisy. Small trail behind rail road tracks, which were seldom used.

Small campground right on a bay

Nice being in the bay of Lake Superior, but the highway is loud, and in between us and the bay. Teepee optional, for campers who don’t want to set up tents- with bunks and furniture inside!!!

Small Park

Camping is next to the highway which is loud

Too busy, noisy, cramped

Really did not like this campground at all and it was a very big disappointment. It is right next to a state highway that was way busier than I thought it was and was noisy all night long. You have to cross this highway to get to the Keweenaw Bay. The weekend we stayed there was apparently a "Christmas in July" festival complete with all the tacky decorations and absurd amount of lights. Camp sites were very close together with no privacy or wooded spots between. Bathrooms were meh and had small stalls, no ADA stalls and no ADA showers. I would not recommend this campground at all.

very nice campground but the road...

the campground is very nice and so are the campground hosts. its very close to 41 so you hear a lot of road noise (reason for my lower score). there are train tracks behind our site. we’ve only been here a few hours and havent had a train come by. it seems to be close to orv trails, lots of people here have sidexsides and quads. no one has been loud though. bathrooms are nice and clean and showers seem clean too (havent used them yet). no laundry here if youre looking for that. dogs are welcome.

First to Review
As expected for a state park

While the park itself is nice, it is right next to the road. So if you tent or hammock camp, there is a lot of road noise.