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The campgrounds are quite nice. it is quite clean and well maintained.Having stayed there many times (try like every year) of my life thus far, the west campgrounds are much nicer than the east. There are more trees, creating more privacy. If you are looking...More
We stayed in a tent in the camp grounds. It's just a short walk to the Fort. The WiFi was very slow, and no phone service. Walked over for a evening demonstration of 1800 military life and rifle edicate. The young man who marched was...More
Toured the UP on my motorcycle and stayed 3 nights here. The campground is great and the Fort tour is a must see. The surrounding area is great for moto riding lots of coast line roads. Some nice little restaurants and a general store nearby...More
Totally awesome place to camp. The park is well kept and clean!!!Driving Hwy 26 is a must from Eagle river to Copper harbor. Brockway mountain drive is an awesome view plus you get cell and data service up there. You will NOT GET PHONE SERVICE...More
Great spot. We stayed in the West Campground, 50amp electric site. Pull-throughs were great. About half of the sites were paved. Electric only, so it was kind of a bummer and we had to conserve water for out 5 night stay. Restrooms and showers were...More
The campground has two loops, both have a shower building with flush toilets. If you are tenting, sites 10, 11, 54-56 in the East Campground are nice. If you have a trailer, sites in the 150's in the West Campground are... More
The campground has two loops, both have a shower building with flush toilets. If you are tenting, sites 10, 11, 54-56 in the East Campground are nice. If you have a trailer, sites in the 150's in the West Campground are nice. Visit with the campground hosts, depending on time of your visit that might be Art or Elliot, to find out about minerals and rocks. There are some old mine tailings throughout the Keweenaw where you can find copper. Some public beaches have areas for agates. If you have a 4WD vehicle, try High Rock.