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Camp Hiawatha

Camp Hiawatha, located on the sixty-acre Bunting Lake, has a tradition of Scout camping in over 800 acres of pristine spruce and pines. It offers many opportunities for Units outside of the traditional camping sessions and is available to Units throughout the year as a base camp if they wish to explore the surrounding national forest or hike along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Directions to Camp

Directions to Camp Hiawatha

E6350 Doe Lake Road
Munising, MI 49862

 

From Escanaba Area From the East
  • Go East on US 2/41 to Rapid River
  • Go North to Trenary
  • Take Highway 67 North through Trenary to 94
  • Go East on 94 to H-05 Rapid River Truck Trail
  • Go South on H-05 to 2268 Doe Lake Road
  • Go East on 2268
  • Camp entrance is on North side of Road
  • Take 28 West to Munising
  • Go West on 94 to H-05 Rapid River Truck Trail
  • Go South on H-05 to 2268 Doe Lake Road
  • Go East on 2268
  • Camp entrance is on North side of road

 

 

From Marquette Area From Green Bay Area
  • Go South on US 41 to 94
  • Go East on 94 to H-05 Rapid River Truck Trail
  • Go South on H-05 to 2268 Doe Lake Road
  • Go East on 2268
  • Camp entrance is on North side of road

 

 

 

  • US-41 North
  • When entering Michigan, turn right onto 10th Avenue
  • Turn left on 10th Street
  • Turn right onto M-35 N / N Shore Dr.
  • Continue onto US-2 E / US 41 North
  • Turn left onto US 41 North
  • Sharp right onto M-67 North
  • Turn right onto M-94 E / Tunteri Rd.
  • Turn left onto M-28 West
  • Turn right onto Does Lake Road
  • Camp entrance is on North side of road
E6350 Doe Lake Rd
Munising, Michigan 49862

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733Capacity
97Sleeping

Day
Check-In
08:00 AM
Check-Out
08:00 PM


Night
Check-In
04:00 PM
Check-Out
11:00 AM


Cabin
Dining Facility
Campsite

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

   

Check In Procedure Back to Top

All Units/groups must check in with the Ranger or Campmaster at the Main Office, upon arrival at camp.

The Ranger/ Campmaster will do an initial campsite/ facility inspection with the Unit Leader or primary group contact person when arriving to go through the buildings, and give any information related to the stay that is necessary.

 

For Camping Opportunities other than Summer Camp....

We are required by the state that a record of all attendees be kept for a total of 3 years. 

Please bring a roster of all attending that includes complete addresses & phone numbers.

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Campers will find a cleaning checklist in each of the Lodges listing the tasks to be completed before leaving.

Please make sure that your campsite has been policed and garbage cans emptied, with everything secured inside the site latrine.

If you have any questions, feel free to check with Camp Ranger and/or Campmaster.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

There will be a 10% processing fee on all cancellations.