The Sunset Over Mullett Lake

At Pigeon Bay Campground in Northern Michigan we’re at the heart of of the great Inland Waterway at the south end of Mullett Lake, the fourth largest inland lake in Michigan and one of its true jewels of fishing and boating and having a good time. The channel from the campground leads directly to the lake so you’re a few short minutes from Mullett Lake when you camp at Pigeon Bay.

This means most of the Great Up North and many of its communities are accessible by boat from Pigeon

Bay.  If you love fishing and boating, Mullett Lake is truly one of the finest places on earth during the summer. The bass, walleye, perch, and pike fishing in Mullett Lake make

The Famous Inland Waterway (Click To Enlarge)

this lake a destination for many avid anglers each year. When you camp at Pigeon Bay, this incredible northern Michigan fishing resource is at your fingertips… or better yet… a leisurely boat cruise away.

Do you love to make wakes with your speed boat or pontoon across pristine blue  waters in the north country? Is it your thing to cruise to riverside and lakeshore restaurants for a casual lunch? Do you love a barbecue outside at your campground after a day in the warm sun fishing or recreational boating?

If the answer is yes you should consider making your summer camper home at Pigeon Bay Campground by Mullett Lake.

The North Central State Trail

On top of nearly endless boating opportunities, Pigeon Bay Campground is close to Northern Michigan’s wonderful trail system.  The North Central State Trail and North Eastern State Trail are designated as non-motorized vehicles only.   These trails are groomed for hikers, joggers and bikers.  Both trails are 10′ wide, and feature a crushed limestone base.  Both trails feature scenic views through the woods, and wind around lakes and rivers.  The North Central State Trail is 62 miles long and runs from Gaylord to Mackinaw City, connecting with Indian River and Cheboygan along the way.  The North Eastern State Trail runs from Cheboygan to Alpena and is 71 miles long.

Off Roading at Black Mountain Recreation Area

For those who like to go a little bit faster, Cheboygan County is home to over 100 miles off ORV trails.  Bring your four wheelers, dirt bikes or other off road vehicles.  Located 15 minutes northeast of Pigeon Bay Campground is the Black Mountain Recreation Area.  Featuring 60 miles of ORV trails and an additional 15 miles of ORV Routes.  Plus it features a 60 acre ORV scramble Area.

Just to the south of the campground is Indian River which has several restaurants, a grocery store, canoe, kayak, and tube rentals.  The town of Cheboygan is 20 minutes north of the campground.  Cheboygan has several restaurants, grocery stores, boat rentals, and more.

Contact Us:

Phone: (231) 238-9617
Cell: (863)257-2111
1337 E. Mullett Lake Rd.
Indian River, MI 49749
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