Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is surrounded by the world's largest freshwater lake, but for visitors looking for smaller waters, numerous "in-land" lakes dot the region and are perfect for paddling, fishing, boating and swimming. Secluded, easy to access, and home to a variety of fish, these lakes can be found throughout the peninsula. Fish species include walleye, perch, large and small mouth bass, rainbow trout, brook trout, northern pike and more.