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Northern Glamping Camp

2 sites · Lodging3 acres · Crivitz, WI
We are a small bar and grill 12 miles west of Crivitz WI. Conveniently located right on the ATV and Snowmobile trails. There are plenty of lakes and steams for the avid fisherman. We are located just a few miles east of the Nicolet National Forest. We have great food and always a friendly atmosphere. So come on up and join us for a relaxing week or just a weekend.Camp in our nicely furnished tent cabins, Site #1 ( Bri's Hideaway) is furnished with a queen bed, love seat and refrigerator. Site #2 ( Adam's Getaway ) is furnished with a full bed, 1 cot style bunk beds and a refrigerator. We recommend bringing sleeping bags for both sites during the cool weather camping, we furnish some blankets but may not be adequate for the chilly nights in the later season.  We are right on the ATV trails, with many lakes, rivers and trout streams close by. There is whitewater rafting nearby for the trill seekers. Or if you enjoy hiking, the Nichole National Forest is minutes away. You can relax on the front deck of your tent cabin or sit by the campfire. We are a small country bar & grill. We have a great Friday night fish fry, or try our famous chicken dinner, or one of our homemade pizzas, we have wraps, sandwiches and more. We are located 1 hour north of Green Bay, WI. The tent cabins will be open May 1st through October 31st with a shower room available. There is limited heating available in the units. Please plan accordingly. Due to the somewhat limited internet access at the camp sites, we may be unable to respond in a timely fashion to your email. 
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UP Glamping Getaway LLC

3 sites · Lodging10 acres · Stephenson, MI
Indulge in a unique glamping experience at any of our four distinct sites, scattered across two picturesque campgrounds in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! Choose from a geodesic dome, a cozy yurt, a charming bungalow tent, or a stargazing tent. Each site ensures complete privacy for your enjoyment. We welcome both pets and children, making our accommodations perfect for families and animal companions alike. The geodesic dome is available year-round, providing an all-season escape, while our tent sites are open from May 1st through October 31st. Experience the beauty of Michigan's UP in style and comfort with our range of glamping options. $25 pet fee, must add in extras during checkout!
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Da Sugarbush on Stanley Lake

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents9 acres · Iron River, MI
You'll be camping on our Stanley lake sugarbush property. Lakefront sites have power and water - are located in a grassy clearing on the shores of Stanley Lake. ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGING OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON PROPERTY!! Primitive sites are amongst the maple trees of our sugarbush operation, within walking distance of the lake. These sites do not yet have water or electricity, but water is available from spigots at the lake clearing. Stanley lake is just shy of 400 acres, known for walleye and bass. It is an all sports lake with no limited wake hours. Feel free to roam our woods - you will notice the blue maple lines come to an end at our east and west property lines, as well as a no trespassing sign on the lake clearing to the west line. Deer here are plentiful, and you can often get them to eat from your hand, provided you have apples. Iron county has a tremendous ORV/snowmobile trail system. You can drive your machine right from our property to the trails. There are two golf courses in the area, as well as a vast bicycle trail system. Ski Brule ski hills and sporting clay operation are a few miles from the property. Countless acres of public land for recreation!
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Lonesome Loon

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · K I Sawyer, MI
Nestled on the tranquil shores of a picturesque spring-fed lake, our rustic yet charming lakefront lot offers an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or an adventure-filled vacation, our property is designed to meet all your needs. Our spacious lakefront lot provides stunning panoramic views, direct access to the water, and a serene environment to relax and unwind. We have a cabin or RV/tent spot available. Check out both sites before booking.
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Chappee Rapids Trappers Cabin

1 site · Lodging15 acres · WI
This is unique historical site where the Indians used to do a lot of trading with a French trader. There are 15 acres of wooded land along the Menominee River next to a county site with picnic tables under a pavilion and a pit toilet. You can hike the trails or relax in the river, or take a boat ride to go exploring or fishing. This is a small one room (8.5' x 13') rustic cabin with a triple twin bunk bed and a full-size air mattress for sleeping. Sheets, pillows and a light blanket are available for each bed. There is an outside cooking space set up with a grill and camp stove, potable water and a tub for washing up or doing dishes. The cabin is right on the water and has great river views. You can paddle a short distance down or up river to the sandbar and hang out with the locals. Maps to these locations by water are in the cabin. Also, there is a glow frisbee for a fun nighttime game (if you have never done this, you have to give it a try, bring glow bracelets to enhance this experience). Amenities that are provided; one RV battery fully charged and recharged by solar with inverter to run electric outlets, lights, ceiling fan, and can charge phones (Will not support a CPAP). A grill, cook stove, coffee percolator, camp shower bag (black/solar heated), pit toilet, table with 2- 5 gallon containers of potable water, a Rubbermaid bin for washing, fire pit, metal skewers, clothesline, canoe. Things you will need to bring: cooking supplies, eating supplies (plates & utensils), camp chairs, drinking water, toiletries, fishing stuff, life jackets for the right fit (2 orange ones are on site). There is no heat, AC or fridge. The cabin sleeps 5 with the option to have extra people, (they would need to bring their own tent), please inquire for more information.
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Esker Ridge

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Townsend, WI
A hidden gem nestled between the comforts of lake living and a backdoor to the expansive Nicolet National Forest.  Recreational opportunities are year-round, including recreational vehicle and fishing opportunities on and around the 417 acre lake flowage.  The private +2 acre property has panoramic views of the secluded headwaters opening into the main flowage.  Set back off the main lake, wildlife viewing, especially birding, is the best I have experienced. Neotropical migratory bird species are abundant in the Spring as well as a resident breeding pair of Trumpeter Swans, many ducks(!), Bald Eagles, Loons, Sand-Hill cranes; many woodpecker spp. including Pileated; Screech, Barred and Great horned owls.  Some of the more entertaining wildlife include deer, otter, beaver, muskrats, red squirrels and the occasional wandering black bear (no problem bears).  In the Spring, the esker's neighboring wetlands come alive with many frog and turtle species.  For me, the allure of the wild still dominates here.  The esker provides an amazing vantage point with nearly 270 degree panoramic views of the flowage. From the Gazebo, take one of two paths to the overlook before descending down to the lakefront.  In 2021, I plan on adding a short pier but the natural rocky peninsula already provides excellent access into the deeper thalweg, an excellent fishing/ swimming hole!  All pontoon and fishing boats can be accommodated here. Learn more about this land:The property is located towards the end of a Forest Service road (Meadowlark Lane) with one year-round resident at the end. There's a large turn-around for trailers and larger vehicles. Neighbors are well separated, located over the ridgeline and out of earshot. The property has a relatively wide, flat 100 foot driveway to the cabin from the road. Easy access to the cabin from the driveway. The cabin is surrounded by mature maple/birch/balsam/hemlock forest and several wetland/tamarack bogs (very diverse terrain bordering the lake). At the base of the cabin there's a small pier for direct kayak and canoe access.  Larger boats can easily dock on the lake-end of the property, a short walk from the cabin. From the natural driveway a concrete paver staircase leads up to the main campsite (see pics).  The campsite includes a 3 season 14 foot enclosed gazebo with electricity.  Essentially, the land is a 2 acre esker (kettle moraine feature) that serpentines through the woods to Reservoir "Pond" lake system. Excellent views of the lake! The Flowage has headwaters from McCauslin brook and connects 3 lakes totaling 417 acres.  Maximum depth 27 feet.  Fishing and Pontoon boat docking on shoreline. The closest boat launch is on Horn Lake which is passed on the way to the cabin and approximately a half mile away as the crow flies. Plenty of areas for tenting/ wall tents, 2 picnic tables (one near the cabin and the other by the gazebo), and a separate outhouse with toiletries at the top of the hill. Attractions in the Area:  Sleepy Hollow Minature Golf on Nicolet Rd (just East of Horn Lake) Sunset Resort of Townsend located on the SE end of the flowage.  Accessible by boat or short drive from camp on Burnt Dam Road.  Hill Crest Lodge Supper Club on Nicolet Rd (you'll pass on the way in) 4 Stars.  Birch Hills Resort and Bar (over the bridge from Hill Crest) 5 Stars.  Mike's Supermarket/ Pintsch's TrueValue (just thought I'd mention where to get provisions) (also on Nicolet Rd), TownsendPotawatomi Casino, CarterOld Town Hall cafe and bloody bar- Traditional American food, Townsend (Excellent Breakfast!)Sweet Memories Candy Store, Lakewood (If you have a sweet tooth, this place is over the top Willy Wonka style, many candy filled rooms that seem to never end!)Lakewood Ski and Sport- Outdoor Gear, Lakewood.  Talk to Dave- great guy. Ski/ SUP and Bike rentals.Northern D'lites- Lakewood ice cream/ burgersLakewood Super Valu Grocery Store (has more to offer over Mike's grocery in Townsend)*Maiden Lake Supper Club- Excellent!  Best Supper Club UpNort hands-down.  Excellent sunset views over Maiden lake from the patio bar. Go Early!Cathedral of the Pines- Old Growth White and Red pine.  I can't believe the whole state looked like this at one point.  One tree is has enough wood to build a house!Maiden Lake, 3rd clearest lake in WI.  Great snorkeling over the fish cribsBoot Lake -State Campground and Beach- Best swimming beach in the area.Jones Creek trails- year round hiking, Mt biking and Cross country skiingMcCauslin Brook Golf and Ctry Club, LakewoodWaubee Lake Lodge- worth the drive. Huge modern wood lodge live-edge bar and 40+ foot cathedral ceilings. Great buffet. Woodland Trail Winery, Lakewood (winery Northern woods style with craft beer selection)
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Pinecrest Northwoods

2 sites · Lodging105 acres · Republic, MI
Pinecrest Northwoods is a UP paradise. Located in Republic, MI and nestled between the Michigamme River and Juncob Lake. The entrance to the property brings you over a bridge and along Pinecrest Ln. There are multiple cabin rentals and glampsites available for rent. While here you can enjoy our 100 year old authentic Finish sauna, miles of forested trails, our sandy beach on Juncob Lake, multiple styles of boats, yard games and more!
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Camp Rock

1 site · Lodging140 acres · Rock, MI
Welcome to Camp Rock, your gateway to a bygone era of rustic charm and timeless adventure in the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula! Nestled on a sprawling one-hundred and forty-acre tree farm, our classic deer camp offers a unique retreat where you can unwind, explore, and reconnect with nature. Step inside our cedar log cabin, lovingly built in 1952, and feel the essence of a bygone era wash over you. While the cabin is remote and private, offering a true escape from the modern world, it's conveniently located just thirty minutes from some of the U.P.'s most coveted destinations. Disconnect from the digital realm as you immerse yourself in the simple pleasures of cabin life. Enjoy the warmth of the wood stove or propane heat in the living/dining/kitchen area, where you'll find all the essentials for comfortable living, including a full refrigerator, electric stove, running hot water, and ample space to prepare meals and dine with loved ones. Embrace the nostalgia of days gone by with four free-to-air television stations and a collection of classic movies, perfect for cozy evenings by the crackling fire. Retreat to the bunk room, where you'll find comfortable sleeping arrangements for up to four guests, complete with fresh linens and the option of additional cots. For added privacy, our spacious lockable shower room provides a tranquil oasis with modern amenities such as a twin bed, television, and DVD player, ensuring your comfort during your stay. Step outside to discover our named trails, ideal for hiking and wildlife spotting, or gather around the fire pit to share stories and marvel at the starry night sky. As morning breaks, venture to our unique insulated outhouse with a viewing window, adorned with amusing signs and stickers, for a truly memorable experience. Whether you seek outdoor adventure or peaceful solitude, Camp Rock promises an unforgettable U.P. escape for all who visit.
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Camping near Norway, Michigan is made easy with Hipcamp's selection of over 120 options for pet-friendly glamping. You'll find everything you need to get close to nature while still enjoying the comforts of home. Some of the top campsites include Bear Tree Homestead (174 reviews), Bear Lake Meets da Yellow Dog (101 reviews), and Wheel Inn Glamping (92 reviews). Average price per night is $130, with options as low as $28. Popular amenities include campfires, showers, and potable water, while biking, horseback riding, and historic sites are some of the most popular activities.

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