Tyoga Historical Pathway
The state forest campground once here is officially closed because there's no available water. But people continue to camp here. There's a swimming beach.
From Deerton, follow "Tyoga Historical Pathway" sign and go north two to three miles.
Return to Deerton
POINTS OF INTEREST
Laughing Whitefish Lake Preserve/The Nature Conservancy. The 1,700-acre camp of Marquette's grand old man Peter White, never logged, includes forests, wetlands, lots of wildflowers, and a mile-long lake ... more