DNR closes Culhane Lake boat ramp in Luce County

Contact: Craig Krepps, 906-492-3415 or John Pepin, 906-226-1352
Agency: Natural Resources

Temporary closure in effect for boat ramp replacement

June 14, 2017

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has closed the boat ramp for replacement at Culhane Lake in northeastern Luce County.

“The closure will remain in effect until later this month when the project is completed, providing improved access to Culhane Lake,” said Craig Krepps, park manager at Tahquamenon Falls State Park. “The project is scheduled to be completed by June 23.”The boat ramp at the Culhane Lake State Forest Campground in Luce County is closed for replacement.

The boat ramp is located within the Culhane Lake State Forest Campground, situated about 30 miles northeast of Newberry.

The campground will remain open during construction of the new boat ramp. Carry-in access to the lake is available at numerous locations within the campground.

Boaters requiring a boat ramp will be redirected to one of the nearby launches located on Pike, Bodi or Little lakes.

Contact Craig Krepps, Tahquamenon Falls State Park manager, with questions at 906-492-3415.

For more information on boating in Michigan, visit the DNR’s webpage at: www.michigan.gov/boating.

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Culhane Lake Boat Ramp: The boat ramp at the Culhane Lake State Forest Campground in Luce County is closed for replacement. The ramp is scheduled to be reopened by June 23./