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


Pavillions with bathroom and kitchen in background

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.

Upcoming Fundraisers and Events

Cans for Kids (Can bin located between Antonio’s and Nordine’s.) Back – May 14