Information on Upper Michigan Campground
Here is a list of Upper Michigan Campgrounds to help make your Michigan Beach Vacation memorable.
Lyman Lake has to be one of my all time favorite Campgrounds, with 10 campsitets all located on the beach of Lyman Lake. It is one of the most peaceful and relaxing places I have ever found. Enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking during your stay.
Directions to get there from Escanaba... Take US 2 East to Forest Hwy 13 North, approx. 8 mles to County Rd 442 East, go approx. 10 miles to Gooseneck Road North. You will find Lyman Lake approx. 2 miles on your right.
If you go 2 more miles North on Gooseneck Rd, on your left you will find Gooseneck Lake. This is also a great place to camp where you will enjoy all the same features as Lyman Lake.
Chicago Lake is located just 3 miles off County Rd. 442.
I found this one tough to get to because the roads into the campground are rough. Though it is well worth the trip I would suggest having a truck or SUV of some sort.
Corner Lake has 9 rustic campsites. Located on county road 440 approximately 10 miles off Forest Hwy 13. Enjoy swimming, fishing and boating. Located within the park is a boat launch, vault toilets, and drinking water.
Camp 7 Lake has 41 rustic campsites, located on County Road 442, 8 miles off Hwy 13. Special features of this campsite include picnic tables, fire rings, fishing, biking, boating, hiking trails, and a picnic area. This was one of the easier campsites to get to.
Flowing Well Campground has 10 rustic sites along the banks of the Sturgon River. We found this one very easy to get to also. Located on Hwy 13, just 3 miles North of US 2. Special Features are picnic tables, fire rings, drinking water, fishing, canoeing, and vault toilets.
All of the Upper Michigan Campgrounds mentioned here have boat launches, so you will be able to have fun fishing, or just go for a quiet ride on the lakes. Otherwise just grab your swimming suit and jump in. There are also several hiking/biking trails, for your hiking/biking pleasure. Feel free to bring your ORV.
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