Courtney Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Ottawa National Forest
Number of Sites: 21
About: Courtney Lake Campground, located in Ontonagon County, is 22 miles southeast of Ontonagon, Mi., on the Ontonagon Ranger District, in the Northeast portion of the Ottawa National Forest. This campground features one loop with 21 spacious sites that can accommodate tents, trailers, or larger motor homes. It offers two "walk-in" sites for tent campers. Campsites are spaced with natural vegetation for screening. Each site offers a wooden picnic table, fire ring, lantern post and parking spur.
Two sets of vault toilets are located in the campground loop and two pressurized faucets provide water for campers. Adjacent to the campground is a boat landing, picnic area and beach area. The 2.2 mile Circle of Life Interpretive Trail, with its bog viewing platform adjoins the campground with trailheads at the south side of campsite #7 and across from the Beach and Day Use area parking lot. One of the Ottawa's only Equestrian Trails can also be found adjacent to the campground.
Closest Towns: Ontonagon
Water: Drinking Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
From Ontonagon, Mi., travel east on M-38 for approximately 21 miles to FR 1960. Turn right (South) onto FR 1960 and travel 1 mile to the campground.
From Mass City, Mi., travel 8 miles east on M-38 to FR 1960 and turn right (South) on FR 1960 and travel 1 mile to campground.
From Baraga, Mi., travel approximately 20 miles west on M-38 to FR 1960 and turn right and travel 1 mile to campground.
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