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Old 07-14-2014, 07:23 AM   #1
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New to site so I hope I'm in the right place. Seemed more appropriate here than in the boodndocking section. Anyway, I'm looking for recommendations for FREE National Forest disbursed-type camping in the above states. Also, suggestions for things to see on the natural end of the spectrum. We're already planning on things like Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls, Bond Falls, and the like so some more along those lines would be welcomed.
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Old 07-14-2014, 01:00 PM   #2
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So many places too numerous to mention. National Forests generally allow dispersed camping most anywhere off the road and not posted for no camping.
http://www.ultimatecampgrounds.com/uc/index.php
Superior National Forest - OHV Riding & Camping
Superior National Forest - Camping & Cabinsispersed Camping
Chippewa National Forest - Maps & Publications
Chippewa National Forest - Camping & Cabinsispersed Camping
Hiawatha National Forest - Maps & Publications
Hiawatha National Forest - Camping & Cabinsispersed Camping
Ottawa National Forest - Maps & Publications
Ottawa National Forest - Camping & Cabinsispersed Camping
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest - Maps & Publications
http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_...rdb5196523.pdf
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There are a lot of places where dispersed camping is allowed, technically, but there may be none suitable. I was on the phone today with a ranger at the Superior National Forest, not far from the Chippewa. (It was too late in the day to reach someone at the latter.) When I asked about dispersed camping in my 33' Class C I was told there really wasn't anything suitable. Whether or not the person who told me this was correct is a separate matter, but assuming she was it illustrates my point.
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Can not help you with free parking but
Tahquamenon Falls
The lower falls has a nice state park.. Not all RV's will fit on but you might want to check it out.. Been there a few times, Lovely park, beautiful falls, Actually like them better than Niagara for several reasons.
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