PO Box 326
Bergland, MI 49910-0326
101 Pine St., Bergland
This area has 19 spots and has newly upgraded electrical service to 30amp and water. The park dump station is located at the entrance to this section. The beach/playground area and the DNR dock area are a short walk to the South (left on the picture). Access to the Upper Park is at either end of this camping area.
This area has 8 spots and is heavily wooded with 20amp outlets. The pavillions, bathrooms and concession/kitchen facilities are located in this area as well as horseshoe pits, baseball diamond and tennis courts
The Park is open from May-October. Rates are as follows: Season- $1,000, Monthly- $250, Weekly- $72 and Daily- $12. Reservations can be made by contacting the Township Office at 906-575-8733 or Wally Saubert at 906-364-9611
Founded in 2004, the Bergland Township Parks and Rec Committee’s goal has been to create a park suitable for children and adults living and visiting Bergland. With a generous donation from the Bergland Centennial Committee, efforts were made to raise more money and apply for a Michigan DNR Trust Fund Grant.
In the summer of 2005 the Committee with the help of the Ontonagon County Road Commission, John Korich and the donation of sand, a beach was constructed on the shoreline of Lake Gogebic.
Cans for Kids (Can bin located between Antonio’s and Nordine’s.) Back – May 14