Located on the east side of the beautiful 1,323-acre Lake Owen, this campground has 90 shaded campsites nestled under towering pines and hardwoods.. Each campsite includes a parking spur, fire ring, picnic table, tent pad and can accommodate RV’s up to 50 feet. The campground has drinking water, a pay telephone, vault toilets, a fishing pier, two swimming beaches, two developed boat ramps, a dump station for RV’s, and an interpretive trail. Lake Owen and Bass Lake contain panfish, northern pike, walleye, bass and trout. There are 7 walk-in campsites. Campsites may be reserved through a campground reservation system. Accessible sites for people with disabilities are also available. There is a campground host to greet visitors. The North Country National Scenic Trail and Porcupine Lake Wilderness are adjacent or near the campground.

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2009 Top 100 Family Campgrounds in America


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This message comes with a heavy heart, I have resigned my position here at Two Lakes and will not be returning. I would like to say that this has been the best 5 yrs of my life an I have made alot of good friends, I will miss all of my regular campers and especially all of the friends that I have here. I have taken on another job an will continue with it for the next 4 yrs an then I will retire an travel an finish my bucket list before I kick the bucket. Thank You all for making my job such a pleasure God Bless each of you. Doug ... See MoreSee Less

News Flash, Something for ya'll to stew about all winter an into the spring thaw I'll be back next year to have another year up there in that beautiful park ,,Sooooooooooooooooooooooooo see ya'll in the spring, Doug ... See MoreSee Less

Such sadness the season is over and I'm heading on to the south for the winter. Hope to see evryone next season with alot less rain an no mosquitoes, hope ya'll have a good winter ... See MoreSee Less

So sorry to see this season coming to an end I have so enjoyed seeing all the people an especially the ones that I have become friends with. I have no idea where this summer has gone but it seems like it flew by and we didn't even know it was gone until it was over. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone next season an hope it has less rain an mosquitoes. We still have 3 weeks of fall camping left so come on out an check out the fall colors. Doug ... See MoreSee Less

We are nearing the end of another season, we have had lots of rain an therefore the Wi. state bird has never left us and they will probably be attaching me until the close of the season ... See MoreSee Less


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