Blind Sucker No.2 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 is accessible from the campground. The trailhead is on the west side of the campground. This campground is close to Lake Superior; you can hike a 1.1-mile section of the Blind Sucker Pathway or drive one mile north on County Road 407 to get to the lake.
There are 31 sites for tent and small 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 33 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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