Point Beach State Forest Campground
Six miles of waterfront on Lake Michigan attract campers to Point Beach. Point Beach State Forest is your best bet for a beachfront camping experience in southeastern Wisconsin. Point Beach can be cool in the early season, busy later in the summer, and mosquito-ish at times, but a stroll along the tan sands on Lake Michigan more than compensates for any of these ills. From the beach, you will see Rawley Port Lighthouse, a century-old beacon to ships on Lake Michigan. Hikers and bikers can enjoy inland trails totaling 10 miles in distance. A word of caution: As a whole, the campground is a winner, but the sheer number of electric campsites brings in the big rigs. However, the electric sites are generally segregated, effectively leaving tent campers to their own loops. And there are some great tent-camping sites here.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Two Rivers|
|Campsites||127 individual sites|
|Season||Year-round, water from spring to fall|
|Camp Elevation||600 ft|
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