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Actually, getting lost in the Upper Peninsula is very easy, so you may want to make sure you have a functioning compass or at least check in with your spirit animal before embarking on any of these UP camping trips.
You can find your own quiet corner in this campground which is not lacking on shorefront.
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It’s secluded and off the beaten path -- which goes for most of the UP, to be honest -- but this is really a place to go to get away from it all, even if you are just a short trip from refilling your growler at one of Marquette’s famous breweries.
If you decide to make the trek down to Summer Island, stop for a night or two in this state forest with primitive camping near the northern shore of Lake Michigan.
Absolutely no charges possible for every dating, personals, and rating feature on the site. As the name suggests, it is indeed an island, and to get there, you'll need to plan ahead.Take a boat affectionately known as the "vomit comet" from Houghton (about five hours), Copper Harbor (about three hours), or Grand Portage, Minnesota (about an hour and a half).There's an abundance of hiking trails and the Escanaba River is well-known for producing some monster trout.The mack daddy of camping areas north of the Mighty Mac is also Michigan’s only national park.