Hurricane River Campground
Amanda S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 19, 2022

Fantastic Camping

Hurricane river Lower is a beautiful well kept campground. The sites are very spaceous, especially the ADA site we had during our stay. The only draw back we had was the enormous fire ring that even if you were in a wheel chair, you could not feel the heat from the fire. It was very chilly when we were there in the first week of July, but we had the pleasure of seeing the northern lights!!!There are paths in between all the campsites to either the main road or up to the upper campground. The main campground road is also attached to the lighthouse trail/road and the parking lot to visit the day use area and swim at Hurricane River. The camp host was very friendly amd greeted us upon arrival. As far as closeness to sights, we were 2 miles away from the Log Slide on the Grand Marais dunes, 4 miles away from Twelvemile beach and campground, 37 miles to Munising, 12 miles to Grand Marais and there is limited cell service unless you are close to those 2 cities. There are pit toilets located at the end of the campground road, just before the dumpsters that are bear proof. There is no electric, but generators can be used in the lake front lots, but not the back lots. The quiet hours were 8pm-8am and everyone adhered to this which is hard to find these days.

  • Indian Head Rock
  • campsite 12 ADA Accessible
  • Pit Toilets
  • Sable Falls
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  • Trail to the beach from campsite 12
  • Cats are welcome too!
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  • On Mosquito River Trail, large Beaver Dam
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  • Munising Falls
  • Pictured Rocks Boat Tour
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Month of VisitAugust