Group Camping

The Least You Need to Know About Camping Plan Your Trip: Group Camping

  • You do not need a permit to camp on the National Forests or in designated campgrounds
  • If your campfire will be on National Forest System lands you will not need a wood permit to cut firewood. 
  • Dispersed and Primitive tent camping within the Forests is allowed almost anywhere, unless otherwise posted closed and/or "No Camping". 
  • No RV hook-ups are available for water, sewage or electric at any campground.

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Group Camping Areas

  • Au Sable River area description
  • Lumberman's Monument Visitor Center area description
  • Monument Campground
  • Hungerford Recreation Area
  • Lake Michigan area description
  • Lake Michigan Recreation Area
  • Little Manistee River, National Scenic Study River area description
  • Bear Track Campground
  • M-55: Manistee to Cadillac area description
  • Sand Lake Recreation Area
  • Manistee River area description
  • Manistee River Trail area description
  • Seaton Creek Campground
  • Pere Marquette River area description
  • Pere Marquette National Scenic River area description
  • Bowman Bridge Campground and River Access
  • Gleason's Landing Campground and River Access
  • Shore-to-Shore State Horse Trail area description
  • Luzerne Horse Trail Campground and Trailhead
  • McKinley Horse Trail Campground
  • River Road Trail Camp and Trailhead
  • South Branch Trail Campground and Trailhead
  • Wagner Lake Area area description
  • Wagner Lake Campground
  • White River area description
  • Pines Point

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities