Michigan Campground Makes Upgrades
The Alger Road Commission and the U.S. Forest Service recently completed a major construction project to make the Au Train Campground in Michigan’s Hiawatha National Forest more accessible, WLUC-TV, Negaunee, Mich., reported.
New toilet buildings were installed around the campsite areas in the Upper Peninsula campground.
And nearly three miles of roadway leading into the campground and the parking lots surrounding the picnic areas and boat launch were repaved.
“It’s much safer, and in much better condition for driving,” says Janel Crooks of the U.S. Forest Service for the Hiawatha Forest. “Also the campground loops themselves are much smoother, and more present to drive on. Accessibility was also improved for the user to use restroom facilities.”