Brevoort Lake Campground


Area Status: Open

Brevoort Lake Campground is a tent, RV and trailer-friendly campground that stretches onto a peninsula dividing Boedne Bay from the rest of Brevoort Lake. View available campsites or make a reservation for Brevoort Lake Campground.

  • Located off US 2 about 20 miles west of St. Ignace in the southeastern portion of the Upper Peninsula  Michigan (U.P.).
  • Brevoort Lake is 4,233 beautiful acres and is very accommodating to stunning sunsets.
  • Campers will find many waterfront sites and spacious quiet locations.
  • This area is part of the larger Brevoort Lake Recreation Area and has a day use picnic area and a boat launch.
  • Canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals are available through the campground concessionaire.
  • Visitors return year after year to this campground, which is quiet, clean and in a great location in the U.P. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Opens May 20. Closes October 15.
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 $20 Single $40 - Double - Dump station Fee $8.00 - Boat Launch Fee $4.00/day - Day Fee $4.00 - Federal Recreation Passes (Golden/America the Beautiful) are accepted.
Open Season: May 20
Closest Towns: Brevoort
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Flush

General Information

Directions:

From St. Ignace (intersection of U.S. Route 2 and I-75), head west on US-2 for approximately 17 miles to Brevoort Camp Road (Forest Service Road 3108). Turn right (north) and travel 1.2 miles to the campground entrance (Forest Service Road 3473). Turn right (northeast) onto FR3473. The campground sites are 1/2 mile down FR3473.


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Campground Camping

  • Most of the camping area is located on the sandy peninsula that divides Boedne Bay and Brevoort Lake.
  • Many campsites have direct access to the water.
  • The sites are large, wooded, and have tables and a fire ring.
  • Water and flush toilets are conveniently spaced throughout the campground.
  • A trailer dumping station is near the entrance.
No. of Accessible sites 70

Lake and Pond Fishing

Brevoort Lake is a 4,233-acre lake with many recreational opportunities, Boat access is from the center of the campground on Boedne Bay. In 1985 the Forest Service completed the construction of a walleye spawning reef in Brevoort Lake.

Fish Species Walleye,Northern pike,Smallmouth bass,Yellow perch,Crappies, Muskellunge,Sunfish

Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: Easy

Backpacking

This campground is near the North Country National Scenic Trail, which runs 4,600 miles from New York to North Dakota. 

Picnicking

The picnic area is located southeast of the campground at the end of Forest Road 3473A. There is a parking area, hand pump for drinkingwater, tables, grills, and an accessible vault toilet on the shore of the lake. 

Boating - Motorized

Boat access is from the center of the campground on Boedne Bay.

Boating - Non-Motorized

Canoe, Kayak, and Stand Up Paddle Board rentals are available at the campground. Visitors can put in their own non motorized vessels at some campground sites or at the boat launch. 

Swimming

The shoreline on the east side of the peninsula is sandy and suitable for sunbathing and swimming. Lifeguards are not present. Children should be accompanied in the water by an adult at all times.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Highlights

Location

 
  Latitude : 
46.004035

  Longitude : 
-84.98166