Department of Natural Resources
Oct. 1, 2019
Replacement of a culvert on the entry road to a Michigan Department of Natural Resources boating access site on Kaks Lake southwest of Newberry will force a four-day temporary closure.
The road leading to the boating access site will be closed Oct. 14-17. The work is being performed by the DNR Parks and Recreation Division.
Kaks Lake is located about 5 miles from Newberry, near the intersection of M-28 and M-177. The lake is frequented by anglers pursuing sportfish, including various panfish and northern pike.
For the latest updates on this and other DNR trail and facility closures, visit the DNR closures page at Michigan.gov/DNRClosures.