Shoepac Lake State Forest Campground

Onaway, Michigan

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The geology in this area is rather curious. Natural limestone dissolved over the years and formed sinkholes, making the landscape interesting and challenging to hikers and mountain bikers. The campground is connected to 8 other state forest campgrounds by the 80-mile High Country Trail. This is one of the larger campgrounds. The Sinkhole Trail is 2.5 miles long and passes through the karst topography of its namesake. The campsites are not right on the lake, and the ramp is up the road a bit, giving anglers access to catch bass, trout, and panfish. The Atlanta ATV trail is 1 mile south from here. Don’t confuse this with Shupac Lake.

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"The geology in this area is rather curious. Natural limestone dissolved over the years and formed sinkholes, making the landscape interesting and challenging to hikers and mountain bikers. The campground is connected to 8 other state forest campgrounds by the 80-mile High Country Trail. This is one of the larger campgrounds. The Sinkhole Trail is 2.5 miles long and passes through the karst topography of its namesake. The campsites are not right on the lake, and the ramp is up the road a bit, giving anglers access to catch bass, trout, and panfish. The Atlanta ATV trail is 1 mile south from here. Don’t confuse this with Shupac Lake."

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

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Jun 2018