10 sites for tent and small trailer use. Located along Merwin Creek with excellent opportunities for canoeing, fishing, and relaxing. Located on Rustic campground includes vault toilets and potable water from well hand pump. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations.
This campground contains 9 sites for tent and small trailer use. All sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations are taken. This rustic campground, located on the shore of the Manistique River, provides vault toilets and a potable water well from a hand pump.
Fox River State Forest Campground
Lake Superior State Forest
County Road 450 -
Seney, MI 49883
The area around Indian Lake State Park is a playground for the sportsman and outdoor recreationist. The Hiawatha National Forest and Lake Superior State Forest offer unlimited opportunities for hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross- country skiing and berry picking. The Seney National Wildlife Refuge is a favorite with bird watchers and other wildlife lovers. The mouth of the Thompson Creek and the Manistique River are hot spots for salmon and steelhead fishing in season.
Hiawatha National Forest
Toms Lake Cabin
Forest Road 2082, Hiawatha National Forest - Manistique, MI
The cabin can accommodate up to a maximum of eight people. Cooking may be done outdoors on the charcoal grill provided or on your own camp stove. You should plan to bring all your own camping equipment including camp stove, dishes, cooking and eating utensils, toilet paper, water containers, lanterns, bedding and pillows. The cabin has two tables with chairs, four double bunk beds with mattresses and a wood stove. Firewood is provided by the Forest Service. The cabin does not have modern bathroom facilities or electricity. An outdoor vault toilet is located behind the cabin and the water source is a hand pump in the front of the cabin.
Colwell Lake Campground
and Recreation Area
County Road 442,
Hiawatha National Forest -
Manistique, MI 49854
There are 41 campsites set among large shade trees, each has a table and fire ring. There are seven specified sites available for handicapped people, as well as other facilities. Drinking water is conveniently located throughout the campground.
The "development levels" of a National Forest campground measures the degree of facility development, such as whether or not the roads are paved, if running water is present, or whether or not some sites have electricity. The higher the development number of a campground, the more developed its facilities.
Four Rental Cabins and 14 campsites (5 are located along the gorgeous Manistique River and 5 others are perfect for big rigs!) RV sites include electricity, water, & cable TV. A dump station is also available for our guests.
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