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Blind Sucker State Forest Campground (No. 1 and 2) Professional Review and Guide
"Blind Sucker Flooding was created with a dam on the Blind Sucker River to create habitat for Canada geese years ago when they were threatened. Go figure; now the state swarms with them in migration periods. The flooding has excellent fishing for pike, perch, bass, and bluegill. Lake Superior is less than a mile north. There are 2 campgrounds here, but Camp- ground No. 1 has 13 rustic sites, while No. 2 (to the east of No. 1 and marked by GPS here) has 32 sites. The latter camp is preferred, as the sites are actually on the water and offer better shade and privacy. The North Country National Scenic Trail runs through both, and the Pine Ridge ATV trail is 2 miles east of here."
--Kevin Revolinski , Camping Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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