Campground Western Upper Peninsula

River Road RV Park, Campground
and Bunkhouse

By the Ontonagon River
600 River Road
Ontonagon, MI 49953
Phone: 906-884-4600
E-mail: riverrd@jamadots.com 

Open Year Round with Winter Camping

Camping at River Road RV Park & Campground, Ontonagon, MI near the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Located by the Ontonagon River and Marina with easy access to Lake Superior, and just 1 mile from downtown Ontonagon.

River Road RV Park and Campground offers 30 full hookups with pull through sites for larger RV's and shady tent sites to accommodate all campers. Free Wi-Fi.

Pets Welcome.

The Service Building has a laundry, flush toilets, and a new and modern shower facility that is handicapped accessible and features hot showers and a heated floor for those cool days and winter months.

River Road Campground also offers a Dump Station, Game Room with a pool table, Laundry Room, Playground for the kids, basketball hoop, volleyball, and fire pits for those evening campfires.

River Road Campground is across the road from the west bank of the Ontonagon River and the Marina where you will find a fishing pier, boat ramp for your fishing boat, and fish cleaning facilities. Charter Service, boat, and canoe rental in town. Great fishing on the Ontonagon River or try Lake Superior for Walleye, Lake Trout, Whitefish, or Salmon - - Delicious cooked on the grill.

The Ontonagon River

Many recreational opportunities in the Porcupine Mountains and the nearby Ottawa National forest for fishing, hiking, hunting, canoeing, and mountain biking.

Lodging:

River Road Bunkhouse

We offer reasonable lodging year round in our Bunk House. Lodging is "Dorm Style" providing sleeping for 8-9 guest.

The Bunkhouse is perfect for a group or any traveler who would like reasonable lodging and ideal for fishermen, hikers, mountain bikers, skiers, and snowmobilers.

Winter Camping:
We are open year round for winter camping and are on the snowmobile trail with trails leading west to the Porkies or ride up to Houghton and the Keweenaw Peninsula on the Bill Nichols Trail. Easy access to the snowmobile trails from your campsite. Enjoy downhill and cross country skiing on miles of groomed trails in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State park.

 

Area Attractions:
While you are visiting Ontonagon you might like to stop at the Ontonagon County Historical Society Museum & Gift Shop or tour the Ontonagon Lighthouse built in 1866. Don't miss the awesome view of Lake of the Clouds and a wonderful panorama of Lake Superior in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

Ontonagon Historical Museum
Ontonagon Marina

The area just south of Ontonagon was the site of some of the earliest copper mining using the pits mined by ancient miners many years ago. You might like to visit the Museum in Rockland and the Old Victoria Restoration where log homes of the 1900's are being restored and contain period furnishings. Victoria is where the famous Ontonagon Boulder was found that is now in the Smithsonian Institute.

River Road RV Park & Campground offers year round camping for the Ontonagon Area and the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Directions: Take M-64 across the new bridge in Ontonagon and turn right on River Road. Go 1/2 mile to River Road RV Park & Campground .

Call 906-884-4600 or E-mail: riverrd@jamadots.com
to reserve your campsite and have fun in the Ontonagon area.

River Road RV Park & Campground
600 River Road
Ontonagon, MI 49953
Phone: 906-884-4600

 

Visitor Information for Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Attractions and Recreation in the Ontonagon Area

Exploring Ontonagon Michigan

Ontonagon Business Page

 

Ottawa National Forest
Upper Peninsula Campgrounds
The Upper Peninsula Traveler Home Page

 

Photos: River Road RV Park & Campground


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