Three Lakes Campground
Three Lakes Campground is a peaceful, quiet camp tucked away from the busy highway (M28). Camp among towering red and white pine, white spruce, birch and sugar maple trees as the birds serenade you below. The campground runs along the shore of Walker Lake, but visitors enjoy the added bonus of having two other lakes nearby: Whitmarsh and Brown lakes, for a total of three lakes. The 1.5-mile Walker Lake Trail connects the campground to the adjacent picnic area. View a map and available sites at Three Lakes Campground.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Opens May 15. Closes October 31.|
|Reservations:||You can reserve some camping sites for Brevoort Lake Campground on the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS). To check availability or to make a reservation go to:
|Fees:||Site Fee $16 - Federal Recreation Passes (Golden/America the Beautiful) are accepted.|
|Open Season:||May 15 - October 31|
From the intersection of I-75 and M-28 drive west on M-28 27.2 miles to Strong Road. Turn left (south) on Strong's Road and drive 1.9 miles south to the Three Lake Campground
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
- There are 10 camping sites, with access to the lake.
- Tables and fire rings are at each site.
- Drinking water and toilets are conveniently located.
|No. of Accessible sites||10|
Lake and Pond Fishing
- Carry-in boat access is located at the picnic area. No motors are allowed.
- Perch is the most frequently caught fish in the 19-acre Walker Lake
- Crappie, perch, bullhead, pike, and bass are caught in Whitmarsh Lake, on the west side of South Strong Road.
|Fish Species||Pike, Largemouth bass,Yellow perch,Black crappie,Brown bullhead|
Walker Lake Trail 1.15 miles
A picnic area with water, tables, grills, and toilets is located on the lake, across from the campgrounds. Along FR-3142 is a ball field available for games.
Boating - Non-Motorized
Carry-in boat access is located at the picnic area. No motors are allowed.
Although there is no specific beach for swimming, there are sandy areas along the water. Lifeguards are not present. Children should be accompanied in the water by an adult at all times.