Round Lake Campground offers a scenic, rustic, wooded camping area offering a wide variety of recreation opportunities in the Huron-Manistee National Forest in Michigan.
There is a wide variety of recreational opportunities located in and around the campground. Anglers can fish for sunfish, bass and pike while campers can relax at the sandy beach. The campground has a gravel boat ramp.
Round Lake Campground has 33 sites in two camping loops. Approximately a quarter of the sites in this campground have access to water. Amenities at the campground include vault toilets and garbage service along with picnic tables and campfire rings at each campsite.
Round Lake’s 91-acres is mostly surrounded by private land. Round Lake Campground provides the only public access to the lake.
Nearby Sand Lake Picnic and Swimming Area are located on the 248-acre Sand Lake. The beach and picnic area provide the only public access to Sand Lake.
The campground is located in the village of Sand Lake, MI and groceries and fuel are nearby. Lumberman’s Monument Visitor’s Center is less than 15 miles from the campground. There are hiking trails nearby, a picnic day use area on nearby Sand Lake, bird watching, and hunting opportunities.From the west, leave M-55 approximately 6 miles east of its intersection with M-65, turn north on Sand Lake Road for 3 miles to Indian Lake Road. Turn left and travel 2.5 miles to Latham Road, then left for 1/2 mile.
From the east, leave M-55 at its intersection with Plank Road near Tawas City and follow Plank Road for 7 miles. Curve left on Indian Lake Road for 1/4 mile, then turn right on Latham Road for 1/2 mile.989-739-0728N