Who’s ready to do some camping in 2021?
Camp Petosega’s new online reservation system is ready for the 2021 season! A few things to note about the new reservation system:
• Once you begin a reservation, you will have 20 minutes to complete the process. During that time, the system blocks the campsite, cabin, or other rental facility you have chosen so that no one else can reserve it. If registration is not completed with 20 minutes, the system times out and your choices are automatically canceled, making those sites available again.
• Full payment is required when reserving a site online. As has been the policy in previous years, there is an additional booking fee and a credit card transaction fee based on the amount of your purchase. After you have completed your reservation and payment, you will receive a confirmation email with all the details. If you have any questions regarding payments, please contact the park directly.
• If possible, we recommend using Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a computer to make the reservation. However, during our testing phase, reservations were successfully made using a cellphone.
Camp Petosega’s regular season of operation runs May through Labor Day. Our staff is greatly reduced in the off-season and the hours of operation for the registration office and gift shop vary. Please send all questions to [email protected] and we will get in touch with you as soon as we can.
NOTICE OF DETOUR THIS SPRING NEAR CAMP PETOSEGA
Beginning in early spring 2021, visitors to Camp Petosega will have to travel to the campground ONLY from Pickerel Lake Road while road construction occurs on Banwell Road bridge just north of Camp Petosega Road. The construction is scheduled to be completed in June 2021, though that time frame is dependent upon weather. Emmet County residents visiting Camp Petosega will need to use Pickerel Lake Road as access from the north will be restricted. Please see the map and alternative directions while this road construction is underway. (Click here to see more information about this detour, including a larger map and alternate directions)