The campground is located about 20 miles west of St. Ignace. The campground stretches along the shore of Boedne Bay and onto a peninsula that divides the bay from the rest of Brevoort Lake. Boasting many waterfront sites, it is part of the larger Brevoort Lake Recreation Area that contains a day use and picnic area, a camp store, and a boat launch. Brevoort Lake is a 4,233 acre lake that offers many recreational opportunities for the camper. Link to Campground Map
At a Glance
Closes for season on September 20, 2013
Site Fee $18 Single $36 - Double - Dump station Fee $8.00 - Boat Launch Fee $4.00/day - Day Fee $5.00 - Federal Recreation Passes (Golden/America the Beautiful) are accepted. Some of these sites are reservable. Reservations are made on the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS). To check availability of the campsites or to make a reservation, call 877-444-6777 or go to www.recreation.gov .
From the intersection of US 2 and Brevoort Camp Road about 17 miles west of St. Ignace turn north on Brevoort Camp Road (FR 3108) and drive 1.2 miles to FR 3473. Turn right (east) on FR 3473 and drive to the campground entrance.
Camping & Cabins
Most of the camping area is located on the sandy peninsula that divides Boedne Bay and Brevoort Lake. Many sites have direct access to the water. The sites are large, forested, have tables and a fire ring. Water and flush toilets are conveniently spaced throughout the campground. A trailer dumping station is near the entrance.
No. of Accessible sites
Lake and Pond Fishing
Brevoort Lake is a 4,233 acre lake that offers many recreational opportunities, Boat access is from the center of the campground on Boedne Bay. In 1985 the Forest Service completed the construction of a walleye spawning reef in Brevoort Lake