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Huron Manistee National Forests Campgrounds

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Lodging | Camping | Hiking | Snowshoeing | Nordic (XC) Skiing | Bike Trails | Horseback Riding | Beaches

Lying between the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron in the northern half of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, is the nearly one-million-acre Huron-Manistee National Forests.

The Huron National Forest was established in 1909 and the Manistee National Forest in 1938. In 1945, they were administratively combined, although they are not adjacent. Huron has about 44.8% of the combined area, whereas the larger Manistee has about 55.2%.

Campground Camping

Au Sable RiverAu Sable National Scenic River River Map

Corsair Area

Hoist/Reid Lake Areas

Hungerford Recreation Area


Little Manistee River, National Scenic Study River

M-55: Manistee to Cadillac

Manistee River Manistee River Trails and Backwater Map

North Country National Scenic Trail – North Country Trail Map – Manistee County

Shore-to-Shore State Horse Trail

South Branch Pine River

Wagner Lake Area

Wakeley Lake Area

Dispersed Camping

Dispersed foot traffic and primitive tent camping within the Forests is allowed almost anywhere, unless otherwise posted closed and/or “No Camping”.



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