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Hiawatha Sportsman's Club - upbarngoddess added this area

Engadine, MI

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Sandy or dirt trails through mixed forest of hardwoods and pines. Trails run beside several streams, ponds, and small lakes. Campground available with large circle drive for easy in and out. Views of Lake Michigan at some points of trail. More about the club and rates for camping found at

According to the HSC website: Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club encompasses 55 square miles of gated member-only wilderness equaling 35,000 acres.

The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club was organized in 1927 by a group of men who were interested in establishing an expansive vacation center which would appeal to people from all walks of life. Today it remains the largest privately held property in the eastern United States.

5 miles of Lake Michigan frontage, with a beach area pavilion

37 miles of exclusive trout streams, stocked trout ponds, and lakes

15 miles of beautiful wilderness river to canoe or kayak

Over 100 miles in an extensive trail system for vehicular, hiking, or biking exploration

Beautiful 9 hole Golf Course and Pro Shop

Cross country skiing and access to State groomed snowmobile trails for winter enjoyment

43 Rental Cabins with Boats

Rifle, Archery, and Trap Ranges

20 site campground with electric hookups & water and sewer access

2 Rental Rustic River Side Cabins

Historical Museum and Children’s Museum at the Heritage Center

Art, Craftsman, and Nature & Historical Clubs as well as other Social Clubs with outstanding member participation

Recreation Building including a fitness room

Activity Center Venue for hosting Events

Unsurpassed Natural Scenic Beauty

Private Air Strip

Tennis Courts, Playground, Miniature Golf Course, and Picnic Areas

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Land manager is Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club (906) 477-6592

Only caveat: Campground is open to non-members but a club member must accompany you on the trails on club property. Fortunately, many club members enjoy riding and would love to guide you through these trails.