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Campgrounds & RV Parks

Some of the best Keweenaw memories are made around a campfire. The Keweenaw's wilderness draws campers who seek to enjoy the quiet, natural beauty and many campgrounds can be found along the lake shore and forested areas. Explore our campgrounds and RV parks to discover your next camping destination.

Private Campgrounds

Some of the Keweenaw's best campgrounds are run by our local businesses. Great amenities with large campsites, not to mention clean restrooms, these campgrounds will are able to host tent campers and recreational camping vehicles. 

Ahmeek Coppermine Camp

  • 3295 HWY US-41
  • (906) 767-8121

A rustic campground located on a historic coppermine in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula, MI. Just 5 mi north of Calumet right on US Hwy 41, this campground gives you…

Krupp's Resort

  • 32170 Emily Lake Road
  • 906-288-3404

Welcome to Krupp's Resort in Michigan's glorious Upper Peninsula. Come stay with us and surround yourself with wilderness during any of the UP's four seasons. Whether…

Lake Fanny Hooe Resort & Campground

  • 505 Second Street
  • 1-883-326-6946

Lake Fanny Hooe motel rooms have an individual balcony overlooking Lake Fanny Hooe, queen size beds, cable TV, kitchenette or microwave with mini-fridge, full bath and…

Wilderness Resort

  • 6309 5th St
  • 906-369-5369

Wilderness Resort is an inviting escape and offers full service cabins, lodging, and campground sites with all amenities to make your stay comfortable and relaxing…

State Parks

The Keweenaw is home to three state parks which offer rustic and modern camp sites. The sites can be reserved by visiting the Michigan Department of Natural Resources campground reservation page.  

F.J. McLain State Park

  • 18350 Highway M-203
  • 906-482-0278

Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities in the park: fishing, windsurfing, berry picking, beachcombing, sight-seeing and hunting. Beautiful ice formations along the…

Fort Wilkins State Historic Park

  • 15223 US Highway 41
  • 906-289-4215

Built in 1844, Fort Wilkins was intended to keep law and order during the Copper Rush. The fort tells the story of life on the northern frontier during the mid-1800s. The…

Twin Lakes State Park

  • 6204 E. Poyhonen Rd
  • 906-288-3321

62 grass sites, mostly shade, on Lake Roland. Open mid-May to mid-October. Twin Lakes State Park is situated in Michigan's Copper Country located in Houghton County, 15…

Municipal Campgrounds

Many of the Keweenaw's local communities host campgrounds perfect for families and recreational campers. Most are first-come, first-serve so be sure to contact the campground to verify onsite amenities and reservation policies. These spots fill up fast during the summer, so be sure to plan ahead and early!