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Campground is a hidden gem - these sites are huge and if you can get one of the sites right on the lake, do it! We reserved a site last minute and stayed on site 1933 which had a slight lake view but site 1925 looked amazing. Families staying here had kids swimming right off the campsite in the…
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This park is a wilderness jewel! If you cycle, the paved forest road to the campground is a roll-curvy jewel through Porcupine Wilderness area. You’ll feel like your 12 yrs old again while riding it. North Country Trail hiking trail cuts through the park and a 1 mile hike around Bass Lake would…
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It’s been quite a few years since i visited, but kayaking to this site and camping for a few days was one of my favorite trips ever. Kayaking there took time and effort, but beautiful site was worth it. Sites were divided by natural vegetation, the trails were nice. I’d definitely return!!!
A small NFS campground on a small lake. Good for afternoon sun and hiking on the North Country Trail. I camped in early May, before ticks, mosquitos & gnats got going. Locals say mosquitos are tough in summer due to marshy area nearby. Not to far from Mellen or other access points on the…
Willow River State Park in Wisconsin is an amazing camp site and since it's in a state park the rates are quite reasonable as well. There are tons of hiking trails that start right In the campground. My favorite hike is to the waterfall and walking up the steps to get to the top of it. I am…
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Wanoka is a quiet campground just off the Hwy 2. It has a nice little trout pond and is a good place to teach the younger kids fishing skills. It is however not ideal for young ones who like to play as there is no playground.
This is a quiet campground in the middle of nowhere. The campground is intended to be used as campers that ride horses can stay at. People who camp in tents or small trailers will also enjoy this quiet place. There are many miles of trails that can be ridden on horseback. It is a very clean…
Unbelievable camping experience here. The sites are diverse in options for both interior forest and some lake views. Hosts are great. We had fishing boats to tie off at waters edge and walk up to site. This is real forest camping. Fishing was fun. Great 4 days away from the office.
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Me and the kids took a road trip from North Carolina to Wisconsin over the summer during Covid to get away. We stopped at several states and several campgrounds and this one to this day is still our favorite. Even though less amenities since there’s no showers... the site and scenery made that less…
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Free campsites within walking distance to upper and lower falls.
Awesome place to just relax and kick your feet up for a get away!
We first stayed at Alpine Campground this summer and we ended up staying twice on two separate trips. Both times we needed a place to rest for a night on our way to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and later to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. We think we discovered something special.…
I only stayed for one night but it was incredible! The waterfalls are remarkable. Stay for more than one night because there is so much to do.
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A few friends of mine got together one weekend to camp at Porcupine Lake Wilderness. Overall, it was a beautiful place to camp. This particular weekend, it snowed and words could not describe how amazing it was. Complete isolation and a relaxing setting made our trip extra special. I would…
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Make sure you take a look for sites down the hill to the left on the lake. That's a mistake we didn't do. It says "lookout area" but there's quite a few down there.