About Chicago Lake Dispersed Campsite
Even though Chicago Lake (188 acres) is a busy lake you can still see and hear loons. Four campsites and an improved boat launch can be found on Chicago Lake, all clustered around its north end. Site #1 is small (20 ft x 15 ft), heavily wooded and isolated. The access road is poor and a 4 wheel drive and tents are recommended. This site is suitable for one family only and is desired by those looking for privacy from other campers. Swimming is considered to be poor. ACTIVITIES Boating: There is one good boat access on Chicago lake. It is an improved, sand landing next to site #4. Boats and trailers up to 15 ft. in length can be accommodated at this site without problems. Fishing: Chicago Lake is a 188 acre lake. There is one good boat access on Chicago lake. It is an improved, sand landing next to site #4. Boats and trailers up to 15 ft. in length can be accommodated at this site without problems. Swimming: Swimming conditions are good at sites #3 and #4, fair at site #2 and poor at site #1. These swimming areas have not been checked for possible hazards, so caution should be exercised. Please remember that you swim at your own risk. Lifeguards are not present. Children should be accompanied in the water by an adult at all times.
USDA Forest Service
Chicago Lake Dispersed Campsite is located in Michigan
From the Intersection of US-2 and Forest Highway 13 (about 14 miles east of Rapid River or 22 miles west of Manistique), drive north 8.4 miles on Highway 13 to CR 442. Turn right (east) and drive 5 miles to County Road N-3. Turn left (northwest) on N-3 and drive 0.1 mile to FR 2422 turning left (northwest) on to 2422 and continuing about 0.25 mile to the campsite.
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