Seaton Creek Campground adjoins Seaton Creek and is at the upper end of the backwater of Hodenpyl Dam Pond on the Big Manistee River. The forest surrounding the campground is mostly pine and the sites are rustic. The closest town is Mesick.
The surrounding waters offer…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Pull-Through Sites
I had to finally leave a review because this was my second time here recently. I love being right next to the water, I love the trails hugging the river and Creek and pond, the host Frank has been so nice, and he told us about a rope swing across the river if you take a particular path. I've never…
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I enjoyed this campground quiet for the most part except for one guest wanting to play his music really loud at 11:00 p.m. at night but that was shut down. There is restrooms no running water at the restrooms. There is a spot to get water on the loop. There is firewood for sale at the camp host…
Seaton Creek is the campground that is near the start of the Manistee River Trail. There is day hiker parking right in the camp. This is the perfect start to exploring a beautiful trail. 1 mile of trail gets you to the Manistee trail. You can cross the suspension bridge and hike the North Country…
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Seaton Creek Campground is located in Michigan
From the north: Follow M-37 south 6 miles from Mesick. Turn right on 26 Road (near Yuma) for 1.7 miles, then right on O'Rourke Drive for 1.3 miles, then right on Forest Road 5993 for 0.4 mile to the site. From the south: Take M-37 north 9 miles from its intersection with M-55. Turn left on 26 Road for 1.7 miles, then right on O'Rourke Drive for 1.3 miles, then right on Forest Road 5993 for 0.4 miles to the site.