Don't let the name fool you. Ornithologists and geology buffs alike will be in "hog heaven" when visiting one of the best locations to view birds and boulders along Lake Michigan. The rocky shoreline along the campground overlooks a small island which is used by hundreds of nesting ring-billed gulls. In the surrounding water, American widgeons, ring-necked ducks, common mergansers and other ducks can be seen amis the rafts of gulls. On shore, the windswept cedar groves attract migratory songbirds.
$10.00 for overnight camping.