The historic village of Grand Marais, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior at the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore. It’s warm summers, beautiful autumns, and snowy winters make Grand Marais a year-round recreation destination.
Camping – Woodland Park in Grand Marais
This sandy, wooded campground overlooks the breathtaking Lake Superior beach in a stand of mixed pines and hardwoods with facilities for the entire family. Owned and operated by Burt Township, Woodland Park is a full service campground with 125 grassy sites plus group areas, fire pits, two bath houses, cable TV, electric, water hook-ups, dump station, new open air picnic gazebo, playground, basketball & tennis courts, and public phone with good paved and gravel interior roads. No pull-throughs. . From the South, take M-77 north to Grand Marais, continue to Brazel Street and turn left. The park is approximately 1/4 mile west of M-77. No reservations. (906) 494-2613. Visit the Woodland Park website for more information
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