Sturgeon Bend Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This campground is a short swim to Wisconsin. A township park, Sturgeon Bend is a nice roughing-it experience. And rough may also describe the drive to get here, as it is down a dirt road often resembling a washboard or a collection of potholes. A few of the sites will, however, take a bigger rig if you want to bring it in. The policy is “leave no trace,” so campers are expected to carry out everything they carried in. There is river access at the end of the camp- ground, and if there is any traffic here at all, it will likely be a day-use angler. Sites are grassy and open to the sky but surrounded by woods and secluded. This is perfectly quiet with nice views of the Menominee River, which is the border between Michigan and Wisconsin."