DNR to temporarily close Nahma boating access site

The Nahma boating access site in Delta County will be temporarily closed starting Tuesday for a ramp replacement project. (Michigan Department of Natural Resources photo)

NAHMA — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will temporarily close the DNR Nahma boat access site in southern Delta County, for a ramp replacement, beginning Tuesday.

“The closure is anticipated to be in effect until Nov. 13,” said Randy Brown, park supervisor at Fayette Historic State Park in a news release. “If the weather cooperates, the contractor plans to complete the replacement within 2-3 weeks. We will issue a statement when the site reopens.”

The boating access site is located within the village of Nahma and provides access to Lake Michigan’s Big Bay de Noc.

During the closure, boaters can use nearby launches on the Fishdam River and at Garden or Ogontz bays.

Contact Randy Brown, Fayette Historic State Park supervisor, with questions at 906-644-2603.

For the latest information on this and other DNR closures, visit the DNR’s closure and re-openings webpage.