Located on the east side of the beautiful 1,323-acre Lake Owen, this campground has 90 sites. Shaded campsites nestled under towering pines and hardwoods is the setting for this campground. Each campsite includes a parking spur, fire ring, picnic table, tent pad and can accommodate RV's up to 50 feet. The campground has drinking water, a pay telephone, vault toilets, a fishing pier, two swimming beaches, two developed boat ramps, a dump station for RV's, and an interpretive trail. Lake Owen and Bass Lake contain panfish, northern pike, walleye, bass and trout. There are 7 walk-in campsites. Campsites may be reserved through a campground reservation system. Accessible sites for people with disabilities are also available. There is a campground host to greet visitors. The North Country National Scenic Trail and Porcupine Lake Wilderness are adjacent or near the campground.
At a Glance
The Annual Recreation Pass (sticker) is not accepted at the Two Lakes campground, a concessionaire managed site under Forest Service special use permit.
From Drummond follow forest Road 213 southeast to the intersection of Forest Road 213 and 216. Veer left (east) and continue on forest Road 213 for 2 miles. Veer right (south) onto Forest Road 214 and travel one-half mile to the campground.