Where should I camp when visiting Pictured Rocks?
3 campgrounds in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
- Little Beaver Lake Campground. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
- Hurricane River Campground. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
- Twelvemile Beach Campground. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
Can you camp on National Lakeshore?
In 2019, we changed to a reservation system for ALL drive-in campsites at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. All campsites (including wheelchair-accessible sites) now require a reservation throughout the year. There is no drop-in camping. Camping fees are $20 per night during Peak season (May 1 through October 31).
How much does it cost to camp at Pictured Rocks?
There are no entrance fees at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. No fees are charged for day use. Campsites in the park’s drive-in campgrounds are $20 per night during peak season and $15 per night during non-peak season.
Can you camp for free at Pictured Rocks?
Free Camping near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Hovey Lake, 30 miles south of Munising–which serves as the main access to Pictured Rocks–is a national forest campground, complete with picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets, which is absolutely free for the camping.
Can you camp anywhere at Pictured Rocks?
Maximum three consecutive day stay at any backcountry campground. No persons or groups are permitted to camp longer than 14 days per calendar year in the lakeshore. Hammocks are allowed in place of a tent, but you must stay within 15 feet of the numbered post at the campsite.
Do you need a National Park Pass for Pictured Rocks?
Fees & Passes There are no entrance fees at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. We do sell the America the Beautiful Passes.
Can dogs go to Pictured Rocks?
Pets can join you at these locations: All Roads, Parking Lots, and Picnic Areas. Sand Point Beaches. Munising Falls Trail. Miners Falls Trail.