Lake Gogebic Literature

Lake Gogebic is the largest natural inland lake in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, nestled within the million-acre Ottawa National Forest. It’s a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a variety of activities throughout the year.

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Here are some of the things you can do at Lake Gogebic:

  • Fishing: The lake is home to a variety of fish species, including walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, jumbo perch, and whitefish.
  • Boating: The calm waters of the lake are perfect for boating, kayaking, and canoeing.
  • Hiking: There are several trails in the area, including the North Country Trail, which offers scenic views of the lake and the surrounding forest.
  • Swimming: There are several public beaches on the lake where you can go swimming.
  • Camping: There are several campgrounds in the area, including Lake Gogebic State Park.
  • Snowmobiling: In the winter, Lake Gogebic is a popular destination for snowmobiling. The area has over 200 miles of groomed trails.
  • Cross-country skiing: There are also several trails in the area that are perfect for cross-country skiing.

If you’re looking for a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, Lake Gogebic is a great option.

Here are some additional details about the lake:

  • Size: 13,380 acres (20.9 square miles)
  • Location: Gogebic and Ontonagon counties, Upper Peninsula of Michigan
  • Average depth: 17.5 feet (5.3 meters)
  • Maximum depth: 38 feet (11.6 meters)
  • Nearest towns: Bergland and Marenisco
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