Lake Ottawa Campground rests on the shore of 551-acre Lake Ottawa. The depth of the lake is 90 feet supporting fish species that include northern pike, bass, and pan fish. A boat launch is available at the campground. All campsites are accessible by road and service both tent and trailer campers up to 60 feet in length. The spacing of camp units is irregular with some distance between campsites. Each campsite comes equipped with picnic table, tent pad, and fire grate. Drinking water and toilet facilities are convenient to all sites.
Copyright: USDA Forest Service
Ottawa National Forest
Additional features of Lake Ottawa Campground include a 40-unit picnic ground, a swimming beach with changing facilities, playground equipment, interpretive hiking trail, and a trailer dump station.
Persons 62 years of age and older and individuals with disabilities can benefit from the Golden Age or Golden Access Passport program. A 50% discount on Federal campsites is given to those who qualify.
Directions from Iron River, MI: Take Lake Ottawa Road west out of Iron River. Within several miles you'll reach the lake and campground area.
Mid-May through Mid-September .