Bay Furnace Campground near Munising Michigan is a US Forest Service Campground (Hiawatha National Forest) offering 50 campsites, each with a fire ring and table. Toilets and drinking water are conveniently located throughout the campground. A sanitary dumping station and pressurized drinking water are available for self-contained vehicles. Suitable for RV and tent camping.

    Enjoy the scenic view of Lake Superior with its spectacular sunrises, sunsets, and occasional northern light displays. This convenient location makes it a perfect site for the traveler who would like to camp overnight. It is also a perfect place to stay while enjoying the recreational opportunities available in the Munising area. Among many others are the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Alger Underwater Preserve, the boat cruises, Miner`s Castle, and many delightful waterfalls. Bay Furnace Day Use Site offers spectacular views Grand Island National Recreation Area. The very large day use area has several picnic sites and access to a rocky beach along the lake.

    The campground is close to restaurants and lodging and not far from downtown Munising.

    Buttersville Park and Campground in Ludington Michigan offers primitive and electric hookup RV and tent camping in a county run park near the shores of Lake Michigan. The location is popular with locals and does allow seasonal guests to keep their units on site. The seasonal sites “own” the joint with many of the items seasonal guests acquire out for everyone to see include lines between trees, light strands, yard furniture and the like. Tent campers and small RVs can camp in other available electric or primitive sites; we do not advise larger RVs trying to squeeze in and out of the sites for short term stays. It is not worth the headache.

    The park is set in a densely forested setting on a knoll overlooking the beaches of Lake Michigan. Staircases lead down to the beach and ocean waters. Some of the seasonal sites are located near the pretty overlook of the ocean.

    Gravel roads and parking pads with dirt camping areas. the park has a number of bathrooms, a shower room, fresh water spigots and a small office. Kids have access to the old style playground equipment but will be much better served playing on the beach.

    Located on a peninsula guests access the park by following back-roads that are paved but winding and narrow.

    Manistique Lakeshore Campground in Manistique Michigan opened in 2017 with full hookup RV sites and partial hookup (electric) tent sites in a beautiful setting along the shores of Lake Michigan. The city run facility allows advanced reservations and provides access to the water, a playground and boardwalk (access for the boardwalk is on the other side of the bridge in to town, US 2). Restrooms with showers are available as is a large covered pavilion and small laundry room.

    The park has all paved roads with concrete pads. The RV sites have excellent spacing and privacy from natural trees that were undisturbed during development. The parking pads are plenty long for even the largest RVs and each RV site has room for a second car. The tent sites are nicely spaced also and have a private feel tucked in to the trees; the tent sites have an electric pedestal at the site which is a special treat not normally found in these types of sites. All sites have picnic tables and fire rings. A small office is located near the entrance for checking in and information.

    All of the facilities in Manistique Lakeshore Campground are top notch and the location is an excellent example of a municipality doing things right. Take advantage of availability before the public at large discovers the location; once that happens the park will booked all season long.

    Located just off US 2 west of town the public park nightly rates range from $25 for tent sites up to $50 per night for the lake view pull thru sites.