Pinckney Recreation Area Crooked Lake and Blind Lake Campgrounds

Pinckney, Michigan

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You can pitch your tent on a wooded rise overlooking Blind Lake. In the evening, campers can relax to the sound of peepers in the nearby wetlands. This area attracts thousands of hikers and mountain bikers annually, and avid backpackers from for southern Michigan's longest hike, the 36-mile Waterloo-Pickney Trail. The park is also popular with anglers who appreciate the dozens of small lakes and ponds. The campground has a boat launch, and a fishing pier. If water is a must, sites 21 and 22 are wooded and on the lake.

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"You can pitch your tent on a wooded rise overlooking Blind Lake. In the evening, campers can relax to the sound of peepers in the nearby wetlands.

This area attracts thousands of hikers and mountain bikers annually, and avid backpackers from for southern Michigan's longest hike, the 36-mile Waterloo-Pickney Trail. The park is also popular with anglers who appreciate the dozens of small lakes and ponds. The campground has a boat launch, and a fishing pier. If water is a must, sites 21 and 22 are wooded and on the lake."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Pinckney
Campsites: 35
Additional Use: Boat Launch/Ramp, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: 734-426-4913 michigan.gov/pinckney
Fees per Night: $12
Facilities: Water and vault toilets

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Jun 2018