WIDE OPEN SPACES AND VERY QUIET PLACES
Some people go a lifetime without sleeping under the stars,experiencing the sweetness of a fresh from the fire S'more, or basking in the wonder of Aurora Borealis. Aren't you glad you're not one of them.
In The Great Waters, we pride ourselves on the beauty of our natural surroundings and a respect and stewardship that has lasted for generations. So come find the solitude you seek amidst world-class natural settings.
There’s something wonderful out there, waiting for you. Find it on the trails of The Great Waters.
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Bayside Wilderness Inn & Campground
Welcome to the scenic shoreline of the Upper Peninsula and beautiful Manistique, Michigan . Enjoy all Manistique has to offer: take a walk along the Boardwalk by Lake Michigan (2 miles). Visit unique "Big Springs" (5 miles), Seux Choix Pointe Lighthouse
Bay View Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
This scenic site provides the rar opportunity to camp along the shores of Lake Superior. Experience miles of sandy beach and beautiful sunsets across the greatest single body of fresh water in the world! Relax and enjoy the sights and sounds that early explorers once experienced. Campsites are nestled
Big Cedar Campground, Canoe Livery
The former C.C.C. camp #3626 offers a friendly, quiet atmosphere on the Manistique River. The camping area is surrounded with fishing and hunting opportunities, and the campground has plenty of activities including volleyball, horseshoes, basketvall, badminton, a pavilion and playground.
Brevort Lake Picnic Area & Campground
Nestled in the sand hills country near Lake Michigan, this secluded but welcoming lake offers a sandy bottom, mild water temperatures and a healthy population of fish and wildlife year-round. Just inland from the shores of Lake Michigan lays the 4,200 acre Brevort Lake. Surrounded by mature oak
Carp River Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
This campground is in a quiet, rustic setting adjacent to the Carp Wild and Scenic River and is a great place to enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, or to just "get away from it all." Fish species in the campground area of the river include brook, brown and rainbow trout.
Cedarville RV Park & Campground
Offering 38 sites to RVs, campers, and tents. All sites include full hookup 50/30/20. Tables, fire rings, wood and ice. Wi-Fi available. Rental dock space. Quiet setting in a small town. Daily, weekly, monthly and seasonals welcome. Condo lots for sale. Pet limitations. Check in/out at noon.
Clementz's Northcountry Campground & Cabins
Open Year Round: Yes
Extremely clean and scenic campground and facilities. Cozy, heated rental cabins with rustic charm and modern conveniences. Our 6-person little lodge and one 4-person cabin are partially handicap accessible. ACTIVITIES AT OUR PARK INCLUDE VOLLEYBALL, YOOPER-SHOES (aka Polish Horseshoes), B’BALL,
Colwell Lake Campground & Recreation Area
The Colwell Lake Recreation Area is located in Schoolcraft County, Michigan, approximately 20 miles southeast of Munising, 25 miles northwest of Manistique and 60 northeast of Rapid River. The area lies adjacent to State Highway M-94 and FR-2246. Colwell lake
Drummond Island Township Park
Located on the shore of Potagannissing Bay, overlooking dozens of small islands and the Canadian boarder to the north. A nature trail has been built from the park enterance to the campground. Camping, water sports, hiking, and winter snowshoeing are prime activities here. Overnight camping:
Foley Creek Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
Only three miles fomr the city of St. Ignace, Foley Creek is an excellent campground for visitors to use as a home base. This campground is quiet and shaded, and offers a relaxing refuge close to town but far enough away from the hustle. Watch for the white-tailed deer as Foley Creek Campground is
Government Island Campground
Government Island is a popular camping destination within the Les Cheneaux Islands. This federally owned Island is uninhabited and open to day use and Leave No Trace camping (which includes proper waste disposal, no cutting of trees for campfires, and leaving no trace of your camping experience).
Hog Island Campgroud
Don't let the name fool you. Ornithologists and geology buffs alike will be in "hog heaven" when visiting one of the best locations to view birds and boulders along Lake Michigan. The rocky shoreline along the campground overlooks a small island which is used by hundreds of nesting
Hurricane River Campground - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Indian Lake Travel Resort
5 acres of campsites within a 15 acre parcel of wooded land on beautiful Indian Lake. Sand beach for swimming, boat launch site, camp store with bait & tackle, gasoline, water & electric hookups, bathhouse and rec room for large gatherings, family reunions,
Indian River Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
Dwarfed by the red and white pines reminiscent of the turn-of-the-century Upper Peninsula forests, this small campground us situated high about the Congressionally-designend Indian Wild and Scenic River. A small day use area with grills and picnic tables also serves as the parking area for canoeists
Lake Michigan Campground - Hiawatha Naitonal Forest
Dunes, waves, sand and wind are the promary enviornmental factors present here. Water birds in the area are fun to watch and in the early morning hours watch the lake for ducks. Shore birds, like the spotted sandpiper go running up and down the beaches. There are several excellent hiking opportunities
Lakeshore RV Campground
Little Bass Lake Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
This campground is a perfect getaway for those who are looking for an uncrowded, quiet campground with a few amenities and even fewer neighbors. The lake is 84 acres in size and features a carry-in launch site. Largemouth bass, bluegill, northern pike, black crappies and perch can be found in this
Little Beaver Lake Campground - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
This small campground is located 3 miles north of Alger County Road H-58 and 20 miles northeast of Munising. There are 8 campsites (one campsite is disabled accessible). Little Beaver also features the White Pine Trail, a 1.0 mile self-guiding interpretive trail. A 1.5 mile trail
Little Brevort Lake - North Campground
Phone number indicated above is for the Management Unit. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. 20 sites for tent and small trailer use, some of which will accommodate 40-ft vehicle/trailer. Located on Little Brevort Lake within a State Designated Natural Area. Rustic
Log Cabin Resort & Campground
Luce County Park
Luce County Park – 40 acre campground, with swimming beach and boat launch, picnic and playground areas. Donated for public use in 1948, this waterfront park provides access to swimming, boating, camping, picnicking and volleyball. The facility is open seasonally and experiences heavy use during
Monocle Lake Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
Monocle Lake is located along the famous Whitefish Bay Scenic Byway featuring breathtaking views of Lake Superior's south shoreline. The campground is located half way between the city of Sault Ste. Marie and Tahquamenon Falls State Park.This lake is a 172-acre lake that offers walleye, northern
Munuscong River State Forest Campground
Northland Outfitters Camping and Cabins
Welcome to Northland Outfitters located in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Let Northland guide you along your great UP experience. Surrounded in Upper Peninsula outdoor recreational activities, we provide our guests with several great outdoor opportunities along with a fantastic Upper
Pete's Lake Recreation Area
Located about 12 miles south of Munising, Pete's Lake is 190 acres with clean, clear water and sandy beach for swimming. The campground has everything an outdoor enthusiast needs including 41 spacious and private camp sites equipped with picnic table and grill.
A single track dirt road leads you through aspen groves, cedar swamps, meadows, and ponds to an unimproved camping area along the edge of Search Bay. Camping is primative, with no facilities such as tables, toilets or drinking water. All four seasons offer a variety of outdoor experiences.
St. Ignace/Mackinac Island KOA Campground
Beautiful wooded base camp. RV sites, tent sites, one and two room cabins. Max length pull thru: 120 ft. Free wireless internet, cable TV on 50-amp hookup sites. Free shuttle to Mackinac Island ferry docks and casino. Heated pool, game rooms, laundromat, miniature golf.
Three Lakes Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
Three Lakes is a peaceful, quiet campground tucked out of the way and nestled between the three lakes of Whitmarsh, Brown and Walker. Fishing by boat is limited to non-motorized and carry in craft. Perch are the main fish caught in the 19-acre Walker Lake. Whitmarsh Lake offers crappie, perch, bullhead,
Twelvemile Beach Campground - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Wide Waters Campground - Hiawatha National Forest
This is a quiet riverside campground with easy access to river and flat water canoeing, boating, mountian biking, and hiking. Wide waters is your ideal location. Indian Wild and Scenic River runs beside the campground, and the 9 mile Bruno's Run Hiking and Mountian Biking Trial loop also passes
Woodstar Beach Campground
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan approx. 1 mile south of the Village of Thompson, this well maintained campground offers something for everyone. Has 45 campsites include 22 on the lake, sandy shoreline, great swimming, playground, laundry room and bathhouse. Each site includes picnic