50 sites for tent and small trailer use. Michigans Shore-to-Shore Riding/Hiking Trail offers horseback riding opportunities and group camping at Lake Dubonnet State Forest Trail Camp adjacent to campground. Pan fishing and boating available on Lake Dubonnet. Rustic campground includes vault toilets and potable water from well hand pump. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. Check with State Forest Campground Manager for seasonal availability.
Fishing, hiking, boating, rustic camping, mountain biking, wildlife viewing
Boat launch; vault toilets; potable water
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Reviews of Lake Dubonnet State Forest Campground
Reviewed by bohemiangirl on July 15, 2008
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A few miles southwest of Traverse City, this can be a nice place to camp, but if you want privacy and solitude, go during the off-season (May-June, September-October). Otherwise, because of its proximity to TC, the place will be probably be full and not as quiet as it deserves to be. There are lots of nice sites along the shore of the lake, which is a beautiful little inland lake, and a nesting spot for loons. But it lacks privacy from your neighbors and can be really busy during the peak summer months.
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