Day Hiking

Ottawa Lake Recreation Area provides paved roads and short accessible trail through the picnic area to the fishing pier in the day use area and through the campground. This area can be reached west from Iron River on US2 to Hwy 73 south approximately 3/4 mile to Lake Ottawa Road, then approximately 4 miles to Lake Ottawa Campground area.


Day Hiking Areas

  • Bergland Ranger District area description
  • Bergland Cultural & Heritage Center and Museum
  • Cascade Falls
  • Trap Hills
  • Bessemer Ranger District area description
  • Black River Harbor Recreation Area area description
  • Conglomerate Waterfalls
  • Potawatomi and Gorge Waterfalls
  • Rainbow Falls
  • Sandstone Falls
  • Kakabika Falls
  • Wolf Mountain
  • Yondota Falls
  • Iron River Ranger District area description
  • Cooks Run Trail Head
  • Lake Ottawa Recreation Area area description
  • Brule Lake
  • Ge-Che Hiking Trail
  • Lake Ottawa Recreation Area Trail Head
  • Stateline-Miles Post Zero Trail
  • Timber Lake Trail Head
  • Morrison Creek Hunter Trail Head
  • Kenton Ranger District area description
  • Agate Falls
  • Duppy Falls
  • Jumbo Falls
  • Lake Ste Kathryn Campground
  • Sparrow Rapids Campground
  • Sturgeon River Gorge Wilderness area description
  • Sturgeon Falls
  • Sturgeon River Campground
  • McCormick Wilderness area description
  • Yellow Dog Falls
  • Ontonagon Ranger District area description
  • Bob Lake Campground
  • Courtney Lake Campground area description
  • O Kun de Kun Falls
  • Watersmeet Ranger District area description
  • Ajibikoka Falls
  • Bond Falls Watefalls
  • Mex-i-mine Falls
  • Imp Lake Campground
  • Little Falls
  • Ottawa National Forest Visitor Center
  • Sylvania Wilderness Backcountry Camping area description
  • Sylvania (Clark Lake) Campground


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/ottawa/recreation/hiking/?recid=12303&actid=50