Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park Campsite Information

Entrance Fees:

Just $12 when purchased with your license plate registration renewal, the Recreation Passport is your very own key to exploring Michigan state parks, trails, historic sites, boat launches, and more. It’s the easiest way to support and protect these resources for the next generation. Michigan.gov/RecreationPassport.

Michigan Resident Vehicle Passport When Purchased:

with Annual Plate Renewal via Secretary of State $ 12
at State Parks (Valid Until Next Vehicle Registration) $ 17

Michigan Resident Motorcycle Passport When Purchased:

with Annual Plate Renewal via Secretary of State $ 6
at State Parks (Valid Until Next Vehicle Registration) $ 11

Non-Resident Annual Pass $ 34
Non-Resident Daily Pass $  9

Camping Rates:

Union Bay Modern 20/30 AMP Campsite
$ 28 per night

Presque Isle Rustic
$ 17 per night

Union River Outpost Rustic Camping
$ 17 per night

Lost Creek Outpost Rustic Campsite
$ 17 per night

White Pine Extension Outpost Campsite
$ 17 per night

Backcountry Camping
$ 15 per night

Backcountry Cabin
$ 68 per night

Backcountry Yurt
$ 68 per night

Kaug Wudjoo Lodge
$200 per night

Group Use Area
$ 20 per night

Tiny House
$100 per night

Cotten Cabin
$125 per night

*Please Note: Pricing is Subject to Change at Any Time.

Hours:

Registration Office (May 15-October 15): 8am-8pm

(October 16 -May 14): 8am-4pm

Check-in: 3pm, Check-out: 1pm • Quiet Hours: 10pm-8am

Alcoholic Beverages:

Possession of alcoholic beverages by minors is strictly prohibited.

Animals and Pets:

Pets must be kept on a 6-foot leash. Animals must never be left unattended. Please clean up after your animals

Camping Rules:

Campers may not camp for more than 15 consecutive nights. Campsites must be occupied each night. No minors in possession of alcoholic beverages strictly enforced. Never leave a campfire unattended. Two vehicles allowed per campsite. Visitors must leave the park by 10pm. Despite the change in law, the use of marijuana in public is still not legal/allowed.

Don’t Move Firewood! Help Protect our Michigan State Parks and Campgrounds!:

Invasive insects and diseases have killed MILLIONS OF TREES in Michigan–often after hitching a ride on firewood. Please don’t transport firewood! At most campgrounds, it can be purchased on the premises or from nearby vendors who sell USDA-certified firewood. If certified firewood is not available, purchase your firewood as close as possible to where you will burn it. If you purchased wood and don’t use it all, remember–don’t transport it or take it home with you.

Reservations:

Advance camping reservations can be made up to six months in advance of a customer’s planned arrival date for both campsites and harbor slips. Advance reservation for overnight lodging or day-use shelters can be made up to one year in advance. Reservations can be made 24/7 by visiting www.midnrreservations.com or Mon-Fri: 8am–8pm, or Sat-Sun: 9am–5pm by calling 1-800-44PARKS (1-800- 447-2757).

More Information:

Log on to: www.michigan.gov/porkies

Write: Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
33303 Headquarters Road • Ontonagon, MI 49953

Call: (906) 885-5275

Welcome to Porcupine Mountain State Park

These businesses welcome you and wish you an enjoyable stay.

AJ’s Walleye Lodge Bar & Grill

Copper Peak

Friends of Porcupine Mountains

Gogebic Lodge Resort

Konteka Restaurant & Black Bear Lounge

M-64 Truck Stop

Timberline Sports