Big Bay State Park Camping and reservations
Big Bay State Park has a total of 60 campsites, 51 of them reservable.
Camping reservations for outdoor campsites can be made online or by calling 888-947-2757.
Wisconsin State Parks is running a pilot program for next day campsite reservations at Big Bay, Devil's Lake, Kohler-Andrae, Peninsula and Perrot state parks.
Don't move firewood!
Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood.
Firewood, food and other supplies are available in La Point, about seven miles from the park.
There are 15 sites that have electrical hookups; 13 of these are reservable. Showers and flush toilets are centrally located in the campground. Pet owners are reminded that pets must be on a leash no longer than 8 feet and attended to at all times while visiting the park.
Seven sites are walk-in sites, these sites are about 100 to 400 feet from the parking area depending on the site.
Campers must set up camping units (tent or screenhouse), on the designated tent pad. Wheeled campers and vehicles must be parked on the campsite driveway/spur road. Please help us to preserve the campsites for others to use!
Outdoor group camps
Big Bay State Park has two outdoor group camps. Group camp #1 accommodates up to 40 people and one wheeled camping unit is allowed on the site. Group camp #2 is non-reservable and is for groups up to 20 people. One wheeled camping unit less than 20 feet in length is allowed on group camp #2. The group sites are about a half mile from the regular campground and have a modest view of Lake Superior. Sites have their own hand pump and vault toilet.