Ewing Point Campsite

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Map of Ewing Point Dispersed Campsite

There is a beautiful walk-in campsite located on Ewing Point on the north side of the 132 acre McKeever Lake. The grassy site is 50 feet by 75 feet, surrounded by cedar and hemlock. A fire ring , fire grill, lantern post, and picnic tables are provided at the site. Drinking water must be carried in. Water is available at Pete's Lake Campground. A wilderness toilet is available. The lake bottom is sandy and provides good wading. Be cautious when swimming because this area has not been checked for possible hazards and you swim at your own risk. McKeever Lake is a good fishing lake for musky, pike, bass, and pan fish. Link to Map

At a Glance

Reservations: Reserve Ewing Point and view an interactive map at https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233212
Fees Camping fee is $8 per night per site. Federal Recreation Passes (Golden/America the Beautiful) are accepted. 
Permit Info: Camping at Ewing Point is by reservation only. Walk ins are not allowed. These sites may be reserved for up to 14 days. Reservations are made on our national recreation reservation system. To check availability of the campsites or to make a reservation, call 877-444-6777 or go to www.recreation.gov .
Closest Towns: Munising
Water: None
Restroom: Pit

General Information

Directions:

From Munising drive east on M-28 to Wetmore. Turn right (south) on Highway 13 and drive 12.5 miles to FR 2173. Turn left (east) on 2173 and drive 2.3 miles to the boat launch. There is a 650 foot primitive trail leading west to the campsite.


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Activities


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Boating - Motorized

There is a boat access on McKeever lake at the parking area. Boats need to be carried by hand into the campsite itself or you can reach the campsite easily from the water. (Water is very shallow, large boats not recommended).

Boating - Non-Motorized

There is a boat access on the lake. The campsite itself is easily reached by boat or canoe.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Swimming

The lake bottom is sandy and provides good wading. Be cautious when swimming because this area has not been checked for possible hazards. Please remember you swim at your own risk. Lifeguards are not present. Children should be accompanied in the water by an adult at all times.

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Location

 
  Latitude : 
46.218595

  Longitude : 
-86.587865

 



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