The Morgan Lake Campground and Group Site is a great place for families or a large gathering of people to camp in northern Wisconsin's Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The campground is comfortably equipped and provides access to a number of recreational opportunities, including fishing, boating, swimming and hiking. A picnic area with beach is available, as well as an adjacent parking area and access to the lake.
Proximity to the lake provides visitors with opportunities for fishing, boating and swimming. The clear waters make for a pleasant experience. Largemouth bass are abundant in the lake. Non-motorized boating is permitted as well as electric motors only.
In addition to family campsites in the main campground, Morgan Lake Campground offers a single, large-group campsite, available for tent and RV camping. It can accommodate up to 25 people and four vehicles, as well as one RV or trailer. Utility hookups are not available and parking surfaces are gravel. Additional family campsites that may be reserved individually in the main campground include campsite numbers 3,6,9,12,14,16,17, and 18.
The group campsite is equipped with multiple tables, a campfire circle and grills. Accessible pit toilets and drinking water are provided. Trash collection and recycling bins are also available throughout the campground. The campground area includes a swim beach, picnic area and boat landing. ATV use is allowed but state regulations must be followed along with campground rules.
The scenic campground is located in a heavily wooded forest surrounding the 45-acre Morgan Lake. It is situated at an elevation of 1,500 feet. The group campground is located near the general campground, but is separated from the other sites to ensure privacy. A small, sandy beach and boat ramp are located nearby.
The closest town, Long Lake, is located just over 12 miles northwest of the campground. A variety of services are available there.
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Spots are very close to each other and not secluded. Trails from the campground to the beach and fishing are were nice. Unfortunately when we went a group of drunk kids came and picked the spot next to us and were very loud and wandered through our spot looking for wood and the trail.
If you like a private, quiet campground this is not for you. Extremely small sites with very little foliage to provide privacy. We could easily carry on a conversation with surrounding sites. However if you're looking for a group site they do have a nice one that can accommodates a Rv and tents. It is located on Morgan lake with non-motorized boating. The approximate 4 mile ride in to campsites is gravel. Sadly we would not go back here.