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We stayed on the west side of the campground, and we’re apprehensive at first because these were all newer sites (made from previous parking lot). We really loved it! The sites were close to level, spacious, and our back window had a great view of the sunsets and the lake. Electric only sites, but…
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They were still building much of this campground when we visited. All the sites felt intimate and private. The bathrooms were rustic but clean and big. They were building really nice cabins as well. Would definitely return.
Beautiful area, many things to do int area. However, the camping is a bit tight.
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The hike in was one of the most beautiful switch back type hikes, with breathtaking views of the gorge on the way down, a quick hike to the top of gorge once you’re down, then look down and see the waterfalls!
I will be totally transparent and say I definitely prefer rustic or dispersed campsites.. however, I always give state parks an honest chance.
Baraga State Park... I have tried. Ohh, have I tried to like you over the years.
However, this is the WORST example of what a Michigan DNR campground can…
The Michigan State Forest Campgrounds continue to delight us. For $15 a night you can experience camping like I did as a child – simple, unelectrified, and in beautiful outdoor locations. Lots of space in between most sites gives you a good deal of privacy. In mid-October, we woke up to full on…
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This campground was developed by people who love and use the outdoors, for people who love and use the outdoors! Inexpensive, clean, pretty and with campsites set spaciously apart this new campground feels like it’s been a part of the landscape for years. With nearby opportunities for mountain…
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Our experience at Fort Wilkins/Copper Harbor started out great. We rolled in to the campground headquarters with no reservation. The guy working in the office was fantastic, he even highlighted some campsites we might want to look at. We stayed in the west campground in site 133. It was about like…
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Unfortunately we're we're in east. It's a sardine can. Amenities are nice. But you're basically in 1 big campsite. West was full or I'd be there.
This patch of wilderness within the Ottawa National Forest is unmatched. I didn’t think I was in the Midwest. Remote and not well traveled. I highly recommend heading over to nearby Silver Mountain.
Really nice campground. You have oaths to both lakes and hiking all around
Great campground to unplug ... literally, as we didn't get cell service within the park. There is WIFI at the modern bathroom, but we only had to use that once. Our site in the West Campground was well shaded, it seemed as though trees separated every campsite allowing for privacy and nature views…
The campground was were well kept and clean. There was a very nice beach and a dog friendly beach. All sites had a very nice fire pit though there was no grate.
Small campground with spacious sites and updated bathroom facilities. Very dark, perfect for night sky viewing and beautiful sunsets over Lake Superior.
Not a ton of space but still pretty nice. Very clean.