The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality reports there are 9 beaches across the state either closed or under an advisory for poor water quality.
Here is a list of the beaches that are closed:Newburgh Lake – Newburgh and Sumac Pointes - Hines Park in Wayne County Bobcat Lake – Gogebic County Copper Harbor – Lighthouse Overlook in Keweenaw County Eagle Lake – Lakeland Estates in Oakland County Lake St. Clair - Lake St. Clair-Memorial Park Beach in Macomb County Crooked Lake - Independence Oaks County Park in Oakland County Upper Pettibone Lake – 657 Dunleavy in Oakland County Teeple Lake - Teeple Lake Recreation Area - Highland State Park in Oakland County
Here is a list of the beaches that have a contamination advisory in effect:Torch Lake / Portage Canal / Lake Superior - Lake Linden Campground Beach in Houghton County
Click here for the lists on the Department of Environmental Quality.
* Indicates beach in Mid-Michigan.
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