National Park Service
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore hugs the Lake Superior shoreline for more than 40 miles along Michigan's northern coast. Lake Superior is the largest, deepest, coldest, and most pristine of all the Great Lakes. Camping at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a great way to relax and…
All campsites are $25.00 per day by reservation only. Senior Pass and Access Pass holders receive a 50% discount must be entered when making reservation
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Pull-Through Sites
Hurricane River Lower :
(Scale 1- bad, 5-Very good
(70 yr olds in 17’ trailer)
Overall Rating: 4.
Price 2023: Usage during visit: Will probably fill up for Memorial Weekend Site Privacy: Good to Very Good Site Spacing: Good Site surface:
Reservations: A must Campground Noise: Very…
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Hurricane River - Upper: MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN THE CORRECT CG - Upper or lower - different locations (Scale 1- bad, 5-Very good (70 yr olds in 17’ trailer) Overall Rating: 4 Price 2023: $ 15 w America the Beautiful pass Usage during visit: Some nights full during the week. Full during Labor…
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Spectacular rustic private cam[ground on the beautiful shores of Superior. Tent pads are awesome and help keep the rain out of the tents. Peaceful and quiet, the river flows through the camp and gives a beautiful sunset view. Right on the North Country trail which allows you to day hike both east…
Hurricane River Campground is located in Michigan
Pictured Rocks NL is located on the south shore of Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, between the towns of Munising (west) and Grand Marais (east). Access the west side of the park via Michigan highways M-28 and M-94 to Munising. State highway M-77 leads to Grand Marais on the east side. Alger County Road H-58 runs parallel and through the park, providing access to spur roads that lead to scenic overlooks, trailheads, campgrounds, beaches, etc. Many roads are closed in winter due to snow.