Michigan Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. The Michigan Recreation Passport does not cover local, county, municipal, or metropolitan parks or recreation areas. Learn…
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- Drinking Water
- Big Rig Friendly
It was extremely buggy and wooded, but the campsites were pretty private. The water was warm and shallow. Something strange about the lake was the clay texture of the sand. It was very soft and inviting. At least where we were, the water stayed below our knees, so not the best for swimming, but…
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Lovely inland lakeside sites. This is a large all sports lake and the campground has a boat launch. Some sites where uneven and hilly and may be a challenge for a large RV. First come/self registration. Most site where right up against the water, some had nice swimming areas and most would be…
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Our campsite was on the lake side and it was perfect. Plenty of shade and shelter. Access to the lake is great. We walked out in knee deep water and played frisbee and watched the sunset. Mosquitos are thick so bring your bug spray.
Milakokia Lake State Forest Campground is located in Michigan
From jct Hwy 117 & US 2: Go 11-1/2 mi W on US 2, then 1-1/2 mi S on Pike Lake Grade.