8 Michigan beaches closed, 6 under contamination advisory
Posted August 4
MICHIGAN — The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality reports there are 14 beaches across the state either closed or under an advisory for poor water quality.
In Mid-Michigan that includes four beaches that are closed and three beaches under a contamination advisory.
Here is a list of the beaches that are closed:
*Saginaw Bay- Lake Huron- South Linwood Beach Township Park in Bay County
*Saginaw Bay- Lake Huron- Bay City State Recreation Area in Bay County
*Lake Huron- Port Crescent State Park- Day Use in Huron County
*Lake Huron- Sleeper State Park in Huron County
Lake St. Clair- St. Clair Shores Memorial Park in Macomb County
Lake St. Clair- H.C.M.A. - Lake St. Clair Metropark Beach in Macomb County
Detroit River- Belle Isle Beach in Wayne County
Eagle Lake- Lakeland Estates in Oakland County
Here is a list of the beaches that have a contamination advisory in effect:
*Ross Lake- Beaverton City Park in Gladwin County
*Houghton Lake- Houghton Lake Heights in Roscommon County
*Lake St. Helen - Richfield Township Public Fishing Site in Roscommon County
Grand Traverse Bay-West-Sunset Park in Grand Traverse County
Good Harbor Creek- Good Harbor Creek Outlet in Leelanau County
Otter Creek- Sleeping Bear Dunes- Otter Creek in Benzie County
Click here for the lists on the Department of Environmental Quality.
* indicates beach in Mid-Michigan.
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