Brule Lake

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Boat Landing at Bruel Lake

Brule Lake located on the Michigan and Wisconsin border provides excellent fishing with a good variety. This has two boat ramps, one on the north end and one on the south end of the lake.  Also located next to Brule Lake is Stateline Picnic Area and Stateline/Treaty Tree Hiking Trail.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Picnic Area is not maintained and has limited amenities.
Area Amenities: Boat ramp,Toilets,Parking
Open Season: January - December
Usage: Light
Best Season: July
Busiest Season: July
Closest Towns: Iron River, Michigan
Water: No
Restroom: Yes
Operated By: US Forest Service

General Information

Directions:

To get to Brule Lake From Iron River, Mi., take US 2 west, turn south on M 73, go approximately 3/4 mile, turn right (west) on Lake Ottawa Road, go approximately 7.5 miles, turn left on West Brule Road. Travel another 2 miles and the boat ramp will be on your left. From Watersmeet, Mi.,  take US 2 east 28 miles, turn south on M 73, go approximately 3/4 mile, turn right (west) on Lake Ottawa Road, go approximately 7.5 miles, turn left on West Brule Road. Travel another 2 miles and the boat ramp will be on your left.


Parking:

Parking is available next to the boat ramp


Recreation Map

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Activities


Fishing

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Hiking

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Day Hiking

The Stateline/Treaty Tree Trail is a Stateline – Mile Post Zero National Recreation Trail is 4/10 of a mile trail that takes you through hardwood forest that takes you to historic destinations on the Brule River. The trail is easy, with relatively flat surfaces on a dirt trail.
 

Status: Open
Open Season: January-December
Best Season: May-October
Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Picnicking

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Amenities

Toilets
Parking
Boat ramp


https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/ottawa/recreation/hiking/recarea/?recid=13403&actid=50