We are located approximately 90 miles northwest of Grand Rapids, and 40 miles northeast of Ludington. We are nestled into the heart of Michigan's Manistee National Forest, where there are limitless opportunities for all types of outdoor recreation activities.
We welcome you to our quiet, family atmosphere park, where a clean, well kept park and a friendly atmosphere are our promise to you. The 6 1/2 acre park has 250 feet of waterfront on Seaman Lake, where park patrons can swim, boat, or fish in the spring fed lake.
Spend the day relaxing in front of your campfire in one of our spacious, grassy campsites; enjoy the enchanting quiet of Seaman Lake at our beachfront; relax by our swimming pool; or spend the day exploring with your ORV on the nearby trail system. Challenge the waters of the Pine River by canoe, or find a private trout fishing hole on the Little Manistee River. Whatever you do, the choice is yours… it is your Leisure Time!
There is a network of ORV trails available for the trail riding enthusiast that connects to a statewide system of trails. We offer 2017 Trail Maps in the camp store - pick yours up today.
The Pine River and Pere Marquette River are both very popular canoeing rivers, there are numerous canoe liveries available in the area.
Both the Pine and the Pere Marquette rivers boast excellent spring and fall salmon runs. People come from all over to fish these runs. Area lakes, including Seaman Lake where the campground is, have some of the best fishing available in the state.Seaman Lake even claims two (yes two!) state record largemouth bass. People fish the area lakes for bass, pike, bluegill, and perch. The Little Manistee River is a popular fishery for the trout fisherman, and Lake Michigan has countless charter boats that can take you on a deep sea type of fishing expedition.
The hosts and the owners of the campground were great. There are a lot of easily accessible trails and outdoor opportunities in the area. The bathrooms could stand a little bit extra cleaning, but other than that everything was swell.