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About Twelvemile Beach Campground

Twelvemile Beach Campground This campground is located 15.3 miles west of Grand Marais, Michigan, off Alger County Road H-58. The campground's 36 sites are located on a high sandy plateau above Twelvemile Beach on Lake Superior. There are two disabled accessible campsites. Generator use is prohibited in the campground's west loop. Quiet hours are 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. There are three sets of stairs to the beach as well as a day use picnic area and parking. The two mile long White Birch Interpretive Trail begins and ends at the campground. The North Country National Scenic Trail treks through the campground. The entrance road winds through a picturesque white birch forest. Because the turning radius and some parking site lengths are limited within this campground, we recommend single vehicles no more than 36 feet and vehicle/trailer combined length no more than 42 feet.  

National Park Service
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Twelvemile Beach Campground is located in Pictured Rocks National Park in Michigan
46.6489 N
-86.197 W
Get Directions
Follow Alger County Road H-58 west from Grand Marais, Michigan, for 15.3 miles. Turn north on the Twelvemile Beach Campground for one mile to reach the campground. Please use a map and road signs to find the campground. Do not rely solely on GPS.
3 Reviews of Twelvemile Beach Campground
Amazing location

Absolutely breathtaking beach side sites. Came in late June during the week and getting a spot was easy. The sites are close together. but had our own private trail that lead to the beach. Quiet for the most part and campers respected privacy. Found wolf prints not far from our site on the beach. Can’t wait to visit again!

White Birch & pine forest on bluff overlooking Lake Superior

Gorgeous campground for those who enjoy rustic camping (no utilities). This place is extremely popular and reservations are not taken, so arrive early. It took us two tries before we landed a site here (Hurricane River is a good backup spot). The North County Trail passes right through this campsite; the only downside is, no dogs allowed on the trail (we were issued a warning).

First to Review
Sunsets great

Not sure if you can walk along all 12 miles, but you can go for the classic long walk on the beach here and even connect to the North Country Trail. Unfortunately you can’t reserve in advance so get there early afternoon so you can get a site along the dunes or beach or with shade (or by bathrooms, whatever your priorities are). No water, bring treatment or containers. I think the lakeside sites are few dollars more. We were lucky enough to be there during a meteor shower in spring when almost no one else was around. Not the best site if you’ve got bad knees or an accessibility need, as is true for pretty much any sandy MI campground.