Michigan will see temps around 90 degrees this week. Time to hit the beach.

Summer is in full swing and the temperatures in Michigan could reach 90 degrees this week. That sounds like the perfect time to hit the beach to cool off. However, not all Michigan beaches are open right now. Find out which ones right here.

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Michigan beaches can be as unpredictable as the weather. Be sure to double-check if your beach is open before you start packing the swimsuits and towels. Even though some of the beaches on the list below are still open, you may not want to risk it as they do have contamination advisories.

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Whenever you plan to hit the sand for some relaxation with the family, be sure to check the Michigan BeachGuard System. This system keeps you up to date on what is happening with the state's beaches.

Michigan beaches that are closed or under contamination advisories as of 7/24/23 at 4 pm:

  • Saginaw Bay-Lake Huron - Singing Bridge Beach
    • Arenac County
    • Contamination Advisory
  • Duck Lake - Axford Acres - Ramada Road
    • Oakland County
    • Beach Closed
  • Eagle Lake - Lakeland Estates
    • Oakland County
    • Beach Closed
  • Houghton Lake - Lakeview Waterfront Park
    • Roscommon County
    • Contamination Advisory
  • Van Norman Lake - Waterford Hill
    • Oakland County
    • Beach Closed
  • Sandy Bottom Lake - Water's Edge Camp
    • Livingston County
    • Beach Closed
  • Lake St. Clair - St. Clair Shores Memorial Park Beach
    • Macomb County
    • Beach Closed
  • Saginaw Bay-Lake Huron - Hammel Beach Road Access
    • Arenac County
    • Contamination Advisory
  • Sugarloaf Lake - Waterloo Recreation Area
    • Washtenaw County
    • Beach Closed
  • Stewart Lake - Groveland Oaks County Park - Paradise Beach
    • Oakland County
    • Beach Closed

Get all the details at the Michigan BeachGuard System here.

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