920-265-1425 or 920-265-0656 Crystal Falls, MI Follow Us lynn@runklelakecamping.com Campground Map Policies
311 Runkle Lake Road, Crystal Falls, MI 49920 | lynn@runklelakecamping.com | 920-265-1425 or 920-265-0656 Copyright © 2022 Runkle Lake Camping | Website Designed by North Country Website Design

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Camground Store

Aerial view of campground swimming area Playground next to Runkle Lake Roasted marshmallows
Sandy beach with nice swimming area. Fishing pier. Cornhole courts and horseshoe pits. Located adjacent to Crystal Falls’ Sport Complex with baseball diamonds, basketball half court, soccer field, sand volleyball, and tennis court. Pavilion by the lake with fireplace inside. Fire ring and picnic table available at all campsites. Nice playground next to the beach. Nearby bathroom and showers. Potable water and dump station. Public boat launch. Hike or bike on the Iron Belle Trail, the trail extends more than 2,000 miles from the far western tip of the Upper Peninsula to Belle Isle in Detroit, with a route of bicycling, and a route of hiking.
Snacks and treats. Ice cream. Pop machines. Bags of ice and bundled firewood (you can also purchase these as add-ons when paying for your campsite). Camping and lake necessities. T-Shirts and hoodies.
Campground Map Policies
311 Runkle Lake Road, Crystal Falls, MI 49920 lynn@runklelakecamping.com 920-265-1425 or 920-265-0656 Copyright © 2022 Runkle Lake Camping Website Designed by North Country Website Design

Amenities

Campground

Camground Store

Playground next to Runkle Lake
Sandy beach with nice swimming area. Fishing pier. Cornhole courts and horseshoe pits. Located adjacent to Crystal Falls’ Sport Complex with baseball diamonds, basketball half court, soccer field, sand volleyball, and tennis court. Pavilion by the lake with fireplace inside. Fire ring and picnic table available at all campsites. Nice playground next to the beach. Nearby bathroom and showers. Potable water and dump station. Public boat launch. Hike or bike on the Iron Belle Trail, the trail extends more than 2,000 miles from the far western tip of the Upper Peninsula to Belle Isle in Detroit, with a route of bicycling, and a route of hiking.
Snacks and treats. Ice cream. Pop machines. Bags of ice and bundled firewood (you can also purchase these as add-ons when paying for your campsite). Camping and lake necessities. T-Shirts and hoodies.