Get A Million Miles Away From It All At The Peaceful And Remote Craig Lake State Park In Michigan

While Michigan is home to plenty of great nature spots to escape into, it can be hard to find a park that isn’t full of other people exploring. Craig Lake State Park in the Upper Peninsula, however, is one of the most remote parks in our state and will have you feeling completely secluded. Not only will you have over 8,000 acres to explore, but there are also cozy yurts hiding inside this slice of nature for the best remote accommodations. If you’re looking to escape in true Michigan nature, Craig Lake State Park in Champion is the best remote getaway.

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Have you ever been to Craig Lake State Park in the Upper Peninsula? Did you stay in a yurt? What did you think? We’d love to hear all of your thoughts and experiences in the comments, and don’t forget to then go share photos from your outdoor adventures with us in our Michigan Nature Lovers group on Facebook, or by using the hashtag #onlyinmichigan on Instagram for a chance to be featured!

Address: 851 County Road Ake, Champion, MI 49841, USA