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Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground

47 site rustic campground includes vault toilets and potable water from well hand pumps. Separate Units, one on the northwest shore (West Unit) and the other on the northeast shore (East Unit) provide campsites and boat launches for campers. The West Unit?s boat launch was also upgraded in 2009. All sites accommodate either tents or trailers and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations.

Phone number indicated above is for the Management unit.
Main Number: (231) 625-2522
LAT 45.21802048 LONG -84.181032741600006
County: Presque Isle
Google Map of Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground
Driving Directions: Presque Isle - 13 miles North of Atlanta on M-33, 1 miles East of M-33 on Tomahawk Lake Road

  • Recreational Pass Not Required
  • Not ADA accessible
  • Categorized as: State Forest Campground
  • Total Number of Sites: 36
Offering: RUSTIC

Facilities at Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground

Rustic Site:
Boating Access Site/Launch - Access for boating and fishing.: Tomahawk Creek Flooding : Ramp at campground. No high speed boating.
Tomahawk Lake (1/2 mile North): Ramp at Tomahawk Lake State Forest Campground. No high speed boating.
Shoepac Lake (1 mile North): Ramp at Shoepac Lake State Forest Campground. No high speed boating.

Activities at Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground

Off-Road Vehicle Trails/Routes: Atlanta ATV Trail (1 mile South): 82 miles of cycle/ATV trail.
Brush Creek Route (11 miles South): 35 miles of full-sized vehicle ORV route.
Fishing: Tomahawk Creek Flooding (on site): Bass, Bluegill, and Pike.
Tomahawk Lake (1/2 mile North): Perch, Bass, and Bluegill.
Shoepac Lake (1.5 mile North): Bass, Panfish, and Trout.
Hiking: High Country (on site): Over 80 miles of varied terrain connecting 9 State Forest campgrounds winding through scenic back country.
Sinkhole (1 mile North): 2.5 miles of flat to rolling terrain through the interesting carst topography of the areas natural limestone sink holes.
Designated Watchable Wildlife Site: Tomahawk Creek Flooding provides excellent viewing of nesting loons in June; ospreys, bald eagles, and other wetlands birds and wildlife.

Trails at Tomahawk Creek Flooding State Forest Campground

Phone: (989) 785-4388
Directions: 9 miles E of Vanderbilt via Sturgeon Valley Rd
Not ADA accessible
80+ miles, hike, bike, camp
Managed by: Clear Lake State Park
Recreation Passport Not Required

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