Camp Petosega

    Campground Features: Parking, Lighting, Power, ADA Accessible, Showers, Rustic, Improved, Picnicking, Tennis, Volleyball, Playground, Developed Boat Access

    Camp Petosega is located on the shores of Pickerel Lake and is part of the
    Inland Waterway. It was established in the 1930s by Jim Templin as a camp
    for boys and young men. The camp offered a variety of activities ranging
    from athletics, archery, riflery, and aviation.

    The property encompasses 275 acres and offers many year-round recreation opportunities for its visitors. It boasts 90 campsites with electricity, seven rental cabins, modern restrooms and shower facilities, a beach, canoe/kayak launch, hiking trails, playground equipment, and game areas. During the summer months free movies are shown in the pavilion and park programs are offered throughout the year. The cabins are heated and available for use in the winter.

    During the winter months there is also opportunity for cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and ice fishing. The park also offers a multi-use recreation hall that can accommodate group events, reunions, receptions, and meetings.


    Map Legend

    • Trail Head
    • Historical Site
    • Beach
    • Natural Feature
    • Campground
    • Park
    • Cultural Interest
    • Scenic View
    • Educational Interest
    • Visitor Center
    • Emergency Care
    • Water Access
    • Fishing
    • Wildlife or Nature Viewing
    • Trail Friendly Business


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