Diamond Point campground is surrounded by white pine forest. The most common use for the site is for canoe launching, particularly on weekends.
At a Glance
Managed season is from April 1 to November 30.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise posted. Forest quiet hours apply.
Rentals & Guides:
Canoe Rentals -
Kellogg Canoe Livery
Happy Mohawk Livery
Recreation Enhancement Act Fee -
Per Night: $10.00
Special Use Permit -
No special use permit is required for individuals or small groups (74 people or less).
Permits are required for commercial, event or large groups (75 people or more).
April 1 - November 30
April 1 to November 30
Forest-wide Closures - Camping
Camping in Developed Recreation Areas
Camping in a developed campground for a period longer than 14 consecutive days unless posted otherwise.
Entering or being in a developed recreation site or portion thereof when posted CLOSED.
Entering or remaining in a campground between 10 PM and 6 AM when posted - except for properly registered campers.
Using a developed campsite by more than eight (8) people on a single unit or by more than sixteen (16) people on a double site.
Parking or leaving a vehicle in violation of posted instructions, including the use of a handicap-parking site without a valid state permit properly displayed.
Parking a vehicle outside the parking space assigned to one's own camp unit or other designated parking area.
Occupying a developed campsite by parking more than one camper, trailer, or motor home (RV) on a single unit site. Parking more than two camping vehicles or camping trailers on a double unit site or exceeding limits to group sites unless otherwise posted.
Parking, possessing, or leaving more than two vehicles per single unit camp site or four vehicles per double unit sites, except bicycles, motorcycles, or ATV's on trailers, unless posted otherwise.
Being publicly nude
Storing, mooring, or leaving a boat or raft over 24 hours.
Parking in violation of posted instructions.
Baldwin White Cloud Ranger District - (231) 745-4631
From Fremont -
Travel west on M-82 for 5 miles. M-82 becomes Skeels Rd.
Continue on Skeels Rd. for 8.75 miles.
Turn left and travel south on Nichols Rd. for .5 miles.
Turn right and travel west on Fruitvale Rd./B-86 for .75 miles.
Turn right and travel north on Kops Rd. for .5 miles.
Turn left and travel west on FR 9304.
The site is located on the right.
Location - White River, Candidate Wild and Scenic River