Wooded grove of trimmed oak trees, overlooking small man-made lake. Nice for quiet camping, about 7 miles from Montague, about 5 miles off US31. Groomed/mowed area is small, about the size of a football field. Could fit up to 25 rustic sites comfortably.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Great trail riding nearby, also Hart Montague bike path nearby
Manistee national Forest next to us
Possible white tail deer sightings, owls
Natural features you'll find at Karner Blue Campground in Michigan.
Oak Forest with some white pine, cleared out as an overlook to small man made lake below
Swimable, but at your own risk. No lifeguard and water is NOT tested for bacteria.
The vibe at Karner Blue Campground
Places to see near Karner Blue Campground
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We really enjoyed our stay here. Quiet and the evening along with campfire ,listening to the sounds of the owls and coyote added bonus. We will be back! Just make sure you have a table for cooking on, food prep. ect. As there is no picnic tables or tables available . We made due though. The McQuay's
This trip was pretty awesome. Tracy was super nice and had answers ready when we had questions. The potta-potty was clean and the veiw was amazing. We brought 2 big dogs and they loved it, it was basically everyone's first rustic camping trip and we'd all love to come again.
This was a beautiful camp area with very ample size sites. The camp are was very welcoming, and nature was all around. The only thing that i wasnt super pleased with was the firewood bundle size for the price, but it wouldnt keep ne from coming back. Its a great place.
Quiet, secluded space to reset
Quiet space to reset. Campground was fairly small, shaded, some sites do have a view of the lake. The lake isn't something I would swim in - it's a pretty typical Michigan 'pond' IMHO, slimy on the bottom and floating grasses on the top. Short trail around the lake was nice for a walk with the dog. Host told us there are lots of trails right off of the campsite you could walk or take your ORV on, but we didn't explore them as it was a bit too buggy for our taste. I was eaten alive by spiders/mosquitos - not to the fault of the host, of course, this was my bad for leaving the bug spray at home! Porta Potty was clean, water and electric hookups available and functioning. Would stay here again for a couple of nights to reset, but not something I would make a long trip for.