Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground

Atlanta, Michigan

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Directions are to the West Unit. The East Unit is just a short drive farther east on Spring Lake Road. Sites include shade trees but still get some sunlight. Boat ramps serve both units, which are separated by a swampy area at the north end of the impoundment. The 80-mile High Country Trail passes through the park, connecting 8 other state forest campgrounds. Check the Sinkhole Trail 1 mile north too. Anglers will find bass, bluegill, and pike here. See nest- ing loons in June and likely a bald eagle or osprey.

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"Directions are to the West Unit. The East Unit is just a short drive farther east on Spring Lake Road. Sites include shade trees but still get some sunlight. Boat ramps serve both units, which are separated by a swampy area at the north end of the impoundment. The 80-mile High Country Trail passes through the park, connecting 8 other state forest campgrounds. Check the Sinkhole Trail 1 mile north too. Anglers will find bass, bluegill, and pike here. See nest- ing loons in June and likely a bald eagle or osprey."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Atlanta
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Michigan DNR

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Jun 2018