Lake Gogebic, Michigan’s largest inland lake, lies at the far western end of the Upper Peninsula. With abundant opportunities for fishing, hiking, hunting, camping, and winter sports.
Lake Gogebic’s 13,380 acres of prime fishing water teem with walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, jumbo perch and whitefish, providing both catches for the novice and challenges for the veteran angler.
Lake Gogebic offers many other recreation opportunities such as kayaking, water skiing, and tubing with access to several restaurants via waterway.
The Lake Gogebic County Park at the far western end of the lake provides public access to a boat launch for a daily fee of $3.00 or an annual permit may be purchased for a fee of $20. You may fill out the order form and make your payment and an annual permit will be mailed directly to you. Or you may visit the park office during business hours and purchase there.