Lake Gogebic is the largest lake of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is located within the 1 million acre (4,000 km²) Ottawa National Forest. Lake Gogebic State Park is located along its western shore.
It is in the far western end of the Upper Peninsula, close to the Wisconsin Border, and in parts of two counties, Gogebic County and Ontonagon County. The lake is also in two time zones, central and eastern.
Fish species include walleyes, perch, crappies, smallmouth bass, lake herring and northern pike.Back to Lakes
|Location||Upper Peninsula of Michigan|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||13,380 acres (54 km²)|
|Max depth||38 ft (11.6 m)|