George Crosby Manitou State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 21
Come to this north-country wilderness park where waterfalls cascade through a volcanic canyon surrounded by majestic forest. The trails in the park are carved through a forest of fir, cedar, spruce, and northern hardwoods. Although the trails are steep and challenging for hikers and backpackers, they offer spectacular views.
Secluded campsites are for backpackers only. Trout (brown, rainbow, and brook) and splake (a hybrid of brook and lake trout) reside in Benson Lake. Watch for moose, deer, bear, and wolves.
Campgrounds: There are only Backpack sites at this park. Sites range from 1/4 mile to 4-1/2 mile out. Camping is available year-round.
Electric Sites: None
Special Notes for RV Campers: Sorry, but there are backpack sites only here at George H. Crosby-Manitou.
Reservations: Reservations are advised May - October.
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