Twinwood Lake Campground

White Cloud, Michigan

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On a small lake in Manistee National Forest, this small collection of primitive campsites offers a quiet escape and plenty of wildlife viewing. The trees are mostly white pine and the sites are shaded. Eagles have been known to nest in the area, and swans may show up on the water. Bigelow Creek flows into the lake nearby. The roads are primitive as well, so big rigs with low clearance are not a good idea here. The boat ramp is gravel. Fishing is for bass and bluegill. Both motorized and nonmotorized boats are permitted.

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"On a small lake in Manistee National Forest, this small collection of primitive campsites offers a quiet escape and plenty of wildlife viewing. The trees are mostly white pine and the sites are shaded. Eagles have been known to nest in the area, and swans may show up on the water. Bigelow Creek flows into the lake nearby. The roads are primitive as well, so big rigs with low clearance are not a good idea here. The boat ramp is gravel. Fishing is for bass and bluegill. Both motorized and nonmotorized boats are permitted."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: White Cloud
Season: Year-round but partially maintained during winter
Local Contacts: Baldwin/White Cloud Ranger District

Twinwood Lake Campground Reviews

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2/3/2018
Was only there less than 24 hours, but well maintained, clean pit style toilet and close to the lake. More importantly, it is VERY close to an NCT trailhead.
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9/19/2015
Nice rustic campsite. Clean and well maintained. A little too close to traffic (M-37) and the railroad runs along the lake, so it was kind of loud with traffic noise at times. Went fishing and caught a LOT of small bluegill and crappie and a few bass. Beautiful location and lots of Swans, Wood Ducks, and Loons. Campsites all have metal lamp stands and the outhouse was well maintained.
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Jun 2018