Monocle Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Hiawatha National Forest
Number of Sites: 39
About: Monocle Lake Campground has something for everyone. Monocle Lake is a perfect place to use as a home-base while visiting the many recreational opportunities available in the Sault Ste. Marie area, as well as exploring the Whitefish Bay National Scenic Byway all the way to Tahquamenon Falls. Monocle Lake offers a quiet, relaxing place to fish, swim, hike, and just enjoy the out of doors while camped along the shores of a lovely inland lake.
Fees: $16 (2012)
Closest Towns: Bay Mills Indian Community
Water: Drinking Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: From the intersection of M-28 and I-75 drive 15.6 miles west on M-28 to Ranger Road (FH-87). Turn right (north) and drive 6.2 miles on Ranger Road to Lake Shore Drive (forest Highway 42). Turn right (east) on Lake Shore Drive and drive 6.7 miles on FR 3699. Turn right (west) on FR 3699 and drive 1 mile to Monocle Lake Campground.
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