Best Places for Winter Camping in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Winter camping has become a more popular winter activity in Michigan so we’ve compiled a list of the best spots to go winter camping in Michigan

Dead River Falls is a local favorite for camping. Winter hiking doesn’t get more beautiful than this. Just try not to fall in!

Dead River Falls, Marquette

Is an ideal spot to lose oneself in the Upper Peninsula’s stunning winter beauty. Some trees in this area are over 200 years old!

Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon

J. W. Wells State Park, Cedar River

Stunning views of Green Bay, cross-country ski trails, and ice fishing are just some of the amenities offered at J.W. Wells State Park.

Is the perfect campground for winter campers who enjoy learning more about Michigan’s vivid history.

Fort Wilkins, Copper Harbor

Providing the perfect location for a base-camp, the area is known for its plethora of historical landmarks, unique natural beauty, and gorgeous sunsets.

McLain State Park, Hancock

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