Are you interested in canoeing? The Brule River has the most dependable water level of all the rivers in the Nicolet. A carry-in canoe access to the river is available here. The river is also a fairly good trout stream. This campground is located on the Wisconsin-Michigan border, and is set in a beautiful balsam fir and red pine grove. Even though this campground is located right off the highway, it is not heavily used.
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Reviews of Brule River Campground
Reviewed by Greg Heil on July 21, 2011
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Great campground, and what a beautiful river! We white water kayaked the Brule... very fun!
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