Campgrounds near Twin Springs, Michigan

Campgrounds near Twin Springs, Michigan
Twin Springs Park is located in Maywood, on Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The park and most of the area campgrounds provide access to Little Bay de Noc on Lake Michigan. Travelers can choose from national park campgrounds with sites along the water or park sites with additional comforts.

Little Bay de Noc Campground

Little Bay de Noc Campground is five miles from Maywood, in the Hiawatha National Forest. The campground features campsites along the shores of Little Bay de Noc. Select from 36 sites and two group camping areas. The group areas are separated by large trees to provide privacy between campsites, while one loop of campsites is set in a large, open grassy area. Potable water and vault toilets are provided. The area is open from mid-May to mid-October. Hunter's Point Boat Launch gives access to the lake. A swimming beach and three hiking trails offer campers on-site recreation opportunities.

Little Bay de Noc Campground
County Road 513
Hiawatha National Forest
Rapid River, MI 49878
(906) 474-6442

Pioneer Trail Park Campground

Pioneer Trail Park Campground is 22 miles from Twin Springs Park, on the west side of Little Bay de Noc. The park has 17 tent and primitive sites and 58 RV sites with electric service. The majority of the RV sites also have water and all include the option for cable television. Campers have access to showers, vault and flush toilets and a dump station. The park sells ice and firewood. The park offers Escanaba River access and a boat ramp on the lake. Escanaba State Forest has two main trails for cross-country skiing, hiking and mountain biking, and 102 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling.

Pioneer Trail Park Campground
6822 U.S. 2-41, M35
Gladstone, MI 49837
(906) 786-1020

O.B. Fuller Park and Campground

Fuller Park and Campground is 22 miles south of Maywood, on the western shore of Lake Michigan, near the Escanaba State Forest. The campground provides 25 large, back-in sites with electric and water hookups. Many of the park's sites sit along the shores of Lake Michigan and all have views of the water. The campground includes a dump station, showers and flush and vault toilets. Ice and firewood are available for sale. For those who seek activities on the water, the park offers a boat landing and a swimming beach on the lake, along with Bark River access.

O.B. Fuller Park and Campground
850 M35 South
Bark River, MI 49807
(906) 233-9657

Article Written By Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. She was chosen as a Smithsonian Institute intern, working for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., and has traveled throughout Asia. Moon holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Ball State University.

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