Northern Highland - American Legion (NHAL) is the largest of the state forests with nearly 223,000 acres it offers plenty of natural wilderness and solitude. Due to its large size the forest has been spilt into two areas: Crystal Lake and Clear Lake for reservation purposes. For a full appreciation of all the forest has to offer please review both areas prior to making reservations. Clear Lake Area .
Boat Launch, Disabled Access Only, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Rings, Handicap Access, Parking, Picnic Tables, Pit Toilet, Recycling Station, Showers, Toilet, Flush, Toilet, Pit/Vault, Water Activities, Water Drinking, Water Fillup Station
Electrical hookups, Pets OK
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Reviews of Northern Highland-american Legion State Forest - Crystal Lake Area
Reviewed by Michael Wesle on May 10, 2012
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This is another gem in the Northwoods. The sites at Crystal Lake are closer together than most in the NHALSF. But they are all close to the lake. You can also swim from anywhere on the lake which is a great plus. Clean restrooms and showers. The only negative is this campground is very close to County Highway N and you can hear road noise from the campground. However this is still great place to camp.
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