Twin Lakes Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Maybe it was the cobalt-blue skies and the sunshine of the beautiful day, but Twin Lakes Campground shone during my camping trip there. The mixed forest of pines, evergreens, and hardwoods was deep green, the bark of paper birches glowing white. Twin Lake reﬂected the forest across the placid waters. I set up camp, promising to wet a line later, and headed just across Forest Road 142 to the Round Lake Nonmotorized Area. Here, a network of trails, open to both hikers and bikers, beckoned.
This campground is a true-blue winner. Campers who discover Twin Lakes end up returning year after year. Twin Lake is oﬀ to your left as you pass the boat launch and enter the campground, set on a brow overlooking the water. The campground road divides the camping area into two distinct groups. The sites to the left of the campground road—those that overlook the lake—are large, open in the center, and surrounded by tall trees such as red pines, maples, and birches that obscure all but the noonday sun. Spruces, ﬁrs, and brush grow between and among the campsites, which all have views of Twin Lake. Evergreen needles, gravel, and grass lie at the campsite ﬂoor."