Blind Sucker No.1 State Forest Campground
This rustic campground is situated on the Blind Sucker Wildlife Flooding. The flooding offers excellent opportunities for fishing and paddling. The 7.3-mile Blind Sucker Pathway runs through the campground and can be accessed adjacent to the day-use parking lot or between sites #8 and #9. This campground is close to Lake Superior. To get to the lake, you can hike a 0.8-mile section of the Blind Sucker Pathway or drive a half mile west of the campground on County Road 407.
There are 17 sites for tent, small trailer and large trailer use. Camping is limited to a 15-day maximum stay. Amenities include vault toilets and potable water from a hand-pump well. The campground is located 34 miles northwest of Newberry via M-123 and County Road 407. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations.
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