Monocle Lake National Forest Campground

Brimley, Michigan

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Set amid a forest of maple, birch, and aspen, this lakeside campground is a stunner in fall. The location, not far from where Whitefish Bay on Lake Superior narrows into the channel to Sault Ste. Marie, is convenient as well. The city of the Soo Locks isn’t far, nor is Tahquamenon Falls State Park, and Point Iroquois Lighthouse is 2 miles away. The lake has 172 acres and is good for bass, pike, perch, and walleye, and the park’s interpretive trail runs 14.5 miles. The sites are in a loop along the lakeshore, but all of them have at least the park road or more between them and the water.

Monocle Lake National Forest Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Set amid a forest of maple, birch, and aspen, this lakeside campground is a stunner in fall. The location, not far from where Whitefish Bay on Lake Superior narrows into the channel to Sault Ste. Marie, is convenient as well. The city of the Soo Locks isn’t far, nor is Tahquamenon Falls State Park, and Point Iroquois Lighthouse is 2 miles away. The lake has 172 acres and is good for bass, pike, perch, and walleye, and the park’s interpretive trail runs 14.5 miles. The sites are in a loop along the lakeshore, but all of them have at least the park road or more between them and the water."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Brimley
Season: May 13 to September 30
Local Contacts: USDA Forest Service

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