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Negwegon State Park Beach

Blueways Water Trail Access Site
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Access Type: Via Gravel or Dirt Road

Beach
Undeveloped beach area

Launch Type: Carry-in Launching (Kayak), Suitable Small Craft Landing Area (Kayak)

Beach Type: Sand

Beach Approach: Moderate Banks

Facilities/Services:

- Restrooms (Pit)

Notes:

Accessible only by water or hike-in, wilderness camping. Stone walls and cairns, site of old homestead. Cobble beach and shallow near shore areas make launching difficult, especially on windy days. Several small islands that are water bird rookeries are near by. A popular day paddle is to launch at Black River. Paddle north to South Point and around the Islands Then return to Black River.

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Public Restrooms Fee Required

GPS Coordinates:
44.85547, -83.32171
Hours:
8 AM to 10 PM
Contact:
Phone: 989-724-5126
Fax: 989-724-5830
Email: ostrandere1@michigan.gov
 
 
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