The campground for the Shore-to-Shore Trail is adjacent to River Road. There are picnic tables scattered throughout the site.
The Shore-to-Shore Trail begins in Empire near Lake Michigan, on the west side of the state and ends at Lake Huron on the eastern side of the state. The trail passes under I-75, north of Grayling, and then continues eastward to follow the historic Au Sable River to its end in Au Sable, just south of Oscoda.
Generator Driven Water Pump available, a 5,000 watt generator is required to use pump.
There are 21 single sites and 1 group site (30 – 250 people). Reservation needed for group site. Call the Huron Shores Ranger Station at (989) 739-0728 for more information. No special use permit is required for individuals or small groups (74 people or less). Permits are required for commercial, event or large groups (75 people or more). Visit the Passes and Permits page at fs.usda.gov for more information on obtaining a special use permit.
- Gated when closed
Length: 420-mile Shore to Shore trail system
Type: Riding, Hiking
Terrain: Hills, woods, meadows, fields, rivers
Parking/Staging: Pull-through parking, 65 vehicle capacity.
From Oscoda –
- Travel west on River Rd. for 11 miles.
- Turn left and travel south on FR 4411 for <.5 miles.
- The site is on the left.