Ari A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 4, 2020

Big and Little Leverentz make a nice pair

This is actually one state forest campground split into two units, each on a lake: Big Leverentz and Little Leverentz.

There are about 20 campsites here with approximately 3/4 of them on the Big Leverentz side.

All sites are in good size and could handle a small travel trailer, Class B RV, truck camper, or several tents.

The sites are large enough and spaced far enough apart that even if it were full you would not feel crowded in at this campground. Many of the sites are on a hill looking over the lake.

Little Leverentz lake is quite small and while it has a canoe and kayak launch, it was in a state of disrepair in July 2020. The lake is small enough that you would really just do a lot of floating around anyway.

Big Leverentz is large enough for small motor boats, and makes a nice peaceful area to kayak around looking for wildlife including fish, turtles, muskrats, etc. It has a boat ramp and a fishing pier.

Amenities include newer vault toilets, a hand pump for water, and a dumpster for trash.

Decent cell service for Verizon and Google Fi. The campsites cost $15 per night; they are not reservable. Also, there is no DNR staff on site so bring cash or check to drop into the payment pipe.

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