23 Michigan beaches closed due to high bacteria levels

23 Michigan beaches closed due to high bacteria levels

It’s going to be another warm weekend across Michigan, but nearly two dozen beaches in the state are closed due to high bacteria levels.

According to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, there are 23 beaches in the state that are closed, three of which are in metro Detroit.

The beaches in metro Detroit are Scotch Lake in Oakland County, Newburgh and Sumac Points in Hines Park in Wayne County and Silver Spring Lake in Wayne County.

23 Michigan beaches closed due to high bacteria levels

Watercbody and Location Name, County

Kiwassee Lake – Stratford Woods Park Beach, Midland
Lake Gogebic – Bergland Township Park, Ontonagon
Portage Canal / Lake Superior – Houghton City Beach, Houghton
Lake Gogebic – Ontonagon County Park, Ontonagon
Portage Canal / Lake Superior – Sandy Bottom Beach/ Dollar Bay, Houghton
Torch Lake / Portage Canal / Lake Superior – Lake Linden Campground Beach, Houghton
Lake Superior – Agate Beach Houghton
Scotch Lake – Scotch Lake Residents, Oakland
Newburgh Lake – Newburgh and Sumac Pointes – Hines Park, Wayne
Saginaw Bay-Lake Huron – Singing Bridge Beach, Arenac
Bobcat Lake – Bobcat, Gogebic
Copper Harbor – Lighthouse Overlook, Keweenaw
Torch Lake – Dreamland Camp, Houghton
Rice Lake – Rice Lake, Houghton
Lake Roland – Twin Lakes State Park, Houghton
Gratiot Lake – Gratiot Lake Keweenaw
White Lake – Maple Park, Muskegon
Portage Canal / Lake Superior – Hancock City Beach, Houghton
Pike Bay at Portage Canal / Lake Superior – Chassell Beach, Houghton
Keweenaw Bay / Lake Superior – L’Anse Waterfront Park, Baraga
Silver Spring Lake – Silver Spring Lake, Wayne
Lake Superior – Public Shoreline Beach-Misery Bay, Ontonagon
inland lake – Sleeping Bear Dunes-North Bar Lake, Leelanau

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