Little Bay De Noc Campground Professional Review and Guide
"This bay is at the upper reaches of Green Bay at the top of Lake Michigan and is 10 miles west of Big Bay de Noc. The sites are laid out in 3 loops: Maywood, the northern- most, and Oaks and Twin Springs loops down along the southern curve of the shore. Despite the loop layout, all sites are on the western side of the westernmost road of the loop, thus every site is lakeside and has a trail down to the beach. All sites are wooded with oak and hemlock for shade and privacy, except those in Twin Springs, which offer open, grassy areas. Expect stellar sunsets over the bay. While anglers may catch salmon, perch, pike, and bass, the bay is most famous for its abundance of walleye."