Williams Narrows Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 

The Williams Narrows campground is located 15 miles north of Deer River on Highway 46, then two miles west on William Narrows-Bowens Road (County Road 148). This campground, on Cut Foot Sioux Lake, has 17 campsites as well as a boat landing and swimming beach located between the upper and lower loops. Hikers can access the Simpson Creek trailhead by boating across the narrows, while bird watchers have an excellent chance of seeing bald eagles soaring overhead. |  Site Map

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Reservations- Address: 43347 Williams Narrows Road Deer River, MN
Fees Use Fee/ $16 Night
Usage: Heavy
Closest Towns: Deer River
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Vault
Operated By: Operated by the Forest Service

General Information

Directions: Williams Narrows Campground is located 15 miles north of Deer River on Highway 46, then two miles west on William Narrows-Bowens Road (County Road 148).

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Activities


Camping & Cabins

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Campground Camping

 The Williams Narrows campground is located 15 miles north of Deer River on Highway 46, then two miles west on William Narrows-Bowens Road (County Road 148). This campground, on Cut Foot Sioux Lake, has 17 campsites as well as a boat landing and swimming beach located between the upper and lower loops. Hikers can access the Simpson Creek trailhead by boating across the narrows, while bird watchers have an excellent chance of seeing bald eagles soaring overhead.  |  Site Map

No. of Sites 17
Reservation Info 1-877-444-6777 or www.recreation.gov
No. of Accessible sites 17
Sleeping Shelter No

RV Camping

The Williams Narrows campground is located 15 miles north of Deer River on Highway 46, then two miles west on William Narrows-Bowens Road (County Road 148). This campground, on Cut Foot Sioux Lake, has 17 campsites as well as a boat landing and swimming beach located between the upper and lower loops. Hikers can access the Simpson Creek trailhead by boating across the narrows, while bird watchers have an excellent chance of seeing bald eagles soaring overhead.   |  Site Map

No. of Sites 17
Reservation Info 1-877-444-6777 or www.recreation.gov
Size Restrictions No
Corrals No
No. of Accessible sites 17

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