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Natalie State Forest Campground Professional Review and Guide
"Great for paddlers, the Tahquamenon River flows past on its way to its dramatic falls about 35 miles northeast of here. The campground is a forest loop located just before the boat launch area, so it is not right on the river, but the backwaters of the Dallarville Flooding are near. Hikers and bikers have 14 miles of the Canada Lake Pathway that has its trail- head on-site. The river and flooding offer anglers a shot at walleye, muskie, bass, perch, and pike. Seney National Wildlife Refuge is 25 miles west of here, so the camp does have good potential as a base of operations for more than just the neighboring river."
--Kevin Revolinski , Camping Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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