The Ojibwa Campground offers a serene setting among pine trees to enjoy the outdoors with your family. Amenities include restrooms with showers, fire pits, RV dump station, electrical outlets, playground, and pavilions to host a family get together. The campground also hosts the annual Keweenaw Bay Maawanji-iding or Pow-wow every summer in July. There is also a full-time caretaker on the premises to take care of any questions or concerns that you may have during your stay.

  • Sandpoint and Pow-wow campgrounds are now open effective April 30, 2021
  • Reservations are not available and sites will be sold on a first-come first-served basis.
  • Registration forms are available at the registration booth. Registration forms must be completed and include payment prior to placing in the drop box at the registration booth. Attendants will make regular rounds and anyone not already registered will be registered by the attendant.
  • A Camp Host will be set up at the Sandpoint Campground and available to assist campers with registering, provide information and answer questions.

 

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