Hunting & Trapping

No matter where you are in Michigan, you can find public hunting land. This free interactive mapping application contains the most up-to-date information to help you plan your next hunting trip. This site is available at www.michigan.gov/mihunt.

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Antler Bay Trophy Whitetail Ranch

16540 S Scenic Dr
Barbeau , MI 49710
Phone: (906) 647-2018

Big Bay Outfitters/Red Town Rentals

308 Bensinger
Big Bay , MI 49808
Phone: (906) 345-9399

Camp Dodge

1505 N Lincoln Rd
Escanaba , MI 49829
Phone: (906) 789-9427

Carlsons Taxidermy

204 State Highway M95
Sagola , MI 49881
Phone: (906) 542-3362

Craig Lake State Park/Trails

851 County Road Ake
Champion , MI 49814
Phone: (906) 339-4461

Craig Lake State Park is the most remote state park in the system. It spans more than 6,900 acres in Baraga County. Craig Lake offers a touch of wilderness and access into the park is somewhat of an adventure. Vehicles with high ground clearance are recommended due to the rocky conditions of the road. The park contains six full lakes and numerous small ponds along with a variety of wildlife such as deer, black bear, beaver, loons and a portion of the Upper Peninsula moose herd. Craig Lake is 374 acres and features six islands and high granite bluffs along its northern shoreline.

Craig Lake Main Trail: 8 miles - Cross Country Ski, Hiking

Craig Lake North Country Trail: 7.5 miles - Cross Country Ski, Hiking

FJ Mclain State Park/Hiking & Ski Trail

18350 State Highway M203
Hancock , MI 49930
Phone: (906) 482-0278

Situated in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula on beautiful Lake Superior and is centrally located between the cities of Calumet and Hancock. The park offers two miles of sand beach on Lake Superior. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of activities in the park: fishing, windsurfing, berry picking, beachcombing, rock hounding, sight-seeing and hunting. The sunsets at McLain State Park are spectacular and the view of the lighthouse is magnificent.

McLain Hiking/Ski Trail: 4 miles - Cross Country Ski, Hiking
Beautiful ice formations along the shores of Lake Superior attract skiers to McLain State Park. Spectacular lakeview scenery is the specialty of this trail. Terrain varies from flat open expanses to woods and hills. No true track is set, but the trail is smoothed as needed. The 2k East Loop is easy to intermediate and the 4k West Loop is easy.

Trails open for hiking in summer.

Hiawatha Sportsman's Club

N7269 Lake Blvd
Engadine , MI 49827
Phone: (906) 477-6592

Indian Lake State Park/Trails

89790 W County Road 442
Manistique , MI 49854
Phone: (906) 341-2355

Located on Indian Lake, the fourth largest inland lake in the Upper Peninsula with an area of 8,400 acres. It is six miles long and three miles wide. The lake was once called M'O'Nistique Lake. According to 1850 surveyor records, Native Americans lived in log cabins near the outlet of the lake.

The park is composed of two units which are three miles apart and separated by the waters of Indian Lake. Original land acquisition at the south shore was in 1932 and development began in 1933 using CCC and WPA labor. The original acquisition of land at the west shore was in 1939, however, development did not begin until 1965.

Trails: 2 miles - Cross Country Skiing, Hiking

Boat Launch - South Unit - A hard-surface ramp with sufficient water depth and lake or impoundment size to accommodate all trailerable watercraft (minimum of 2.5 - 3 feet deep at a distance of 20 feet from shore). The site is signed.
Courtesy Ramp available.
Toilets available.
20 parking spaces available at the access site.

State Park rules apply. A State Park entrance permit is required.
8659 water acres.
Operated by Indian Lake State Park.

Boat Launch - West Unit - A hard-surfaced ramp, in areas of limited water depth or limited size of water body, where launching and retrieving of largest boats may be difficult and not recommended. The site is signed.
Toilets available.
40 parking spaces available at the access site.
State Park rules apply. A State Park entrance permit is required.
8659 water acres.
Operated by Indian Lake State Park.

J W Wells State Park/Cedar River Trail

N7670 State Highway M35
Cedar River , MI 49887
Phone: (906) 863-9747

Located on Green Bay about 30 miles south of Escanaba. Its 678 acres include a three-mile shoreline with beautiful sandy beach for swimming, a large picnic area, a modern campground and rustic cabins that are available to rent year round. The park, established in 1925, was donated to the State of Michigan by the children of John Walter Wells, a pioneer lumberman in the area. In addition to owning several lumber companies and sawmills, he served a mayor of Menominee for three terms beginning in 1893. Many of the park's buildings, landscaping and water and sewage systems were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s and 1940s. The park is open year round, even when the campground is closed, providing opportunities for winter recreation such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
Wells Cedar River Trail: 7 miles - Cross Country Ski, Hiking

Kassel's Korner

6400 US Highway 41
Marquette , MI 49855
Phone: (906) 249-1862
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