The Ojibwa Campground offers a serene setting among pine trees to enjoy the outdoors with your family. Amenities include restrooms with showers, fire pits, RV dump station, electrical outlets, playground, and pavilions to host a family get together. The campground also hosts the annual Keweenaw Bay Maawanji-iding or Pow-wow every summer in July. There is also a full-time caretaker on the premises to take care of any questions or concerns that you may have during your stay.
Rates for the Powwow camping sites:
Tribal members may rent a camping spot for the following rates:
A Tent:Daily $5.00
Weekly $15.00, for an RV:Daily $10.00
also non tribal members may check out a camping spot for:
Weekly $40.00 a tent or an RV: Daily $15.00
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