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Da Sugarbush on Stanley Lake

· Iron River, Iron, Michigan
9 acres hosted by Alison K.
1 lodging site · 6 RV/tent sites
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
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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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14 ratings · 11 reviews
Billie P.recommends
July 16, 2023
Ranger's Site
The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. The property is set back from the road and the access and view of the lake were very accessible.
Karen M.
July 12, 2023
Ranger's Site
Rustic sites are the best sites, great outhouses and showers. Rangers site had all the amenities but felt more like a family or hunting site. Make sure you have very specific directions (no cell service for miles!)
Dena G.recommends
July 11, 2023
Kendall's Site
Ideal Midwest Lake Weekend!
We loved staying on Alison and Cliff's land! We stayed over Fourth of July weekend and they were the best hosts and made us feel like family! The location was amazing! From being on the lake with all of the water sports they let you use (the paddle boat is trickier than it seems!) to being surrounded by national forests, we had a filled weekend. We would definitely stay with them again!
Keven N.recommends
July 5, 2023
Sugar Maple
Nice quiet sites in a maple grove. New outhouses that were well stocked. Pond is nice for canoeing and kayaking. Super friendly fold and free firewood to boot!
Dustin Q.recommends
June 25, 2023
Ranger's Site
Perfect Spot for kids!
Alison and Cliff have an AWESOME spot to camp and play at! The kids fully enjoyed it. They especially loved the playground built on top of a raft out a bit in the water that they could play on. Super clean lake and easy to swim around and get to the raft. Our 5 and 3 year old both swam out there and went down the slide into the water. Very nice showers with a lot of hot water! Wood everywhere for your fires. Fresh chicken eggs if you’d like some. The view and fishing were amazing and plenty of deer surrounding the property. Kids also loved the little playground when they weren’t in the water. Cliff was very helpful and communicated very efficiently. No matter where we camped it was going to be dry and the mosquitos were going to be thick, so nothing to do with Alison and Cliff’s setup itself. Perfect spot to get away from everything. Would definitely book again if we were ever going through again.
Dan S.recommends
June 23, 2023
Da Sugarbush Camper Site
Fun, family friendly campsite!
Quiet, family friendly atmosphere! Camper accurately described with comfortable matress, kitchen, and A/C. Campsite has several amenities including firepit, lake, kayak, paddle boat, floating playground, showers, etc... Alison and Cliff are great hosts. They will answer any questions for you on a timely basis! This is my GO TO place in the UP.
Iron River, Iron, Michigan, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ and Očhéthi Šakówiŋ First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Alison K.Joined in May 2022
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