Camping/Lodging

Overnight tours may be one of the best ways to experience the Western Upper Peninsula Water Trail. Be advised, during busy summer months, many campgrounds are full. Have a back-up plan if you are planning to drop in. Better yet, contact a campground and reserve a site.

Baraga County

Baraga State parkMichigan Department of Natural Resources State Park Campground and Harbor Reservation or 1-800-44-PARKS Call for same-day reservations.

Ojibwa Recreation Area ? 906-353-6955

Witz Marina and Campsite ? 1-906-524-7795

Gogebic County

Black River Harbor ? No reservations/self-pay

Little Girl?s Point ? 906-932-1913

Houghton County

McClain State ParkMichigan Department of Natural Resources State Park Campground and Harbor Reservation or 1-800-44-PARKS Call for same-day reservations.

City of Hancock Campground ? Before May 15, 906-482-2720; After May 15, 906-482-7413 or e-mail City Clerk clerk@cityofhancock.com

City of Houghton RV Park ? 906-482-8745 (May through October)

Village of Lake Linden Campground ? 906-296-9911

Schoolcraft Township Rustic Campground ? 906-296-8721

Keweenaw County

Fort Wilkins Historical ParkMichigan Department of Natural Resources State Park Campground and Harbor Reservation or 1-800-44-PARKS Call for same-day reservations.

Sunset Bay RV Resort Campground and Cabins ? 906-337-2494

Ontonagon County

Porcupine Mountains (backcountry ? permits are available at Visitor Center, 906-885-5275)

Ontonagon Township Park and Campground? No reservations/self-pay