Lake Gogebic, Marenisco, Bergland, Michigan, Snowmobiling and Snowmobile Trail Reports

Lake Gogebic is Michigan's largest inland lake located in the far western end of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  The north half of the lake is in Ontonagon County, Bergland Township, and the Eastern Time zone. The south half of the lake is in Gogebic County, Marenisco Township, and the Central Time zone.  In 13,380 acres of prime fishing water, there are walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, jumbo perch and some whitefish.

This region is also a prime hunting hot spot for deer, bear, small game and birds. Families will enjoy Lake Gogebic's summer water sports, camping, sightseeing and hiking the surrounding timberland. Winter is a "world of its own" with an annual snowfall of nearly 300 inches. Lake Gogebic is situated within a vast snowmobile trail system extending throughout the Upper Peninsula. Cross country ski trails are abundant and five major downhill ski facilities are less than a hour's drive. It is a great place to use snowshoes.


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Wisconsin: Ashland, Alvin, Arbor Vitae, Argonne, Blackwell, Boulder Junction, Bradley, Brantwood, Carter, Cavour, Chequamegon Bay, Clearwater Lake, Clifford, Conover, Crandon, Cresent Lake, Eagle River, Enterprise, Harshaw, Hayward, Hazelhurst, Heafford Junction, Hiles, Hurley, Jennings, Lac du Flambeau, Lake George, Lake Tomahawk, Land O Lakes, Laona, Long Lake, Manitowish Waters, McNaughton, Mercer, Minocqua, Mole Lake, Monico, Newbold, Park Falls, Pelican Lake, Phelps, Popple River, Presque Isle, Rhinelander, St. Germain, Sayner, Star Lake, Starks, Sugar Camp, Three Lakes, Tomahawk, Tripoli, Turtle Flambeau Flowage, Wabeno, Winchester, Woodboro, Woodruff, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and the counties of Onieda, Vilas, Iron.
Michigan: Big Bay, Bruce Crossing Champion, Chocolay, Copper Harbor, Eagle River General Western U.P., Gwinn, Hancock, Houghton, Iron River, Iron Mountain, Ironwood, Ishpeming, Lake Gogebic, Marenisco, Marquette, Michigamme, Negaunee, Ontonagon, Porcupine Mountain, Siler City, Republic, Watersmeet, Winona
Counties: Vilas County Wisconsin, Oneida County Wisconsin, Iron County Wisconsin, Price County Wisconsin, Sawyer County Wisconsin, Iron County Michigan, Ontonagon County Michigan, Keewanaw County Michigan, Marquette County Michigan