This is going to be one busy 4th of July weekend, especially heading up north to one of your favorite Michigan beaches.

There are thousands of inland lakes in the state of Michigan and most of them are going to be safe to swim in over the holiday weekend.

But keep in mind, there are several beaches that have been tagged as contaminated and are under advisory.

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According to mlive.com:

High bacteria counts from stormwater runoff or other, unknown sources has closed or prompted contamination advisories at 10 beaches across the state, most in southeast Michigan where heavy rain cause flooding last week.

Locally, the temperature will peak at about 90 degrees on the 4th of July.  And that can only mean one thing, people want to cool off by going swimming in a nearby Michigan lake or perhaps even in a swimming pool.

If you are traveling over the holiday weekend, it's good to know which Michigan lakes will be closed due to high contamination.

For example:

Park Lake in Bath Township has been closed since the middle of June due to high bacteria.  I've never been to this lake, but you most certainly want to avoid the lake until things improve.

Another Michigan lake that is closed is Silver Lake in Genessee County.  This is a nice lake and I've been to Silver lake many times.  This lake has been closed since the end of June due to high bacteria levels.

mlive.com has a complete list of 10 Michigan beaches that are closed due to high contamination.

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