From Eagle River, travel 13.4 miles on STH 70 to FR2176 (Divide Road). Turn right (south) and continue 5.6 miles to FR2188. Turn right and travel 0.7 miles to the campground.
BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE
Nestled between two deep clear lakes, Luna-White Deer Campground provides a north woods experience where you can hear the call of the loons at night and see lots of wildlife by day. Half of the campsites front on the two non-motorized lakes. A four-mile trail with great vistas circles the two lakes.
The lakes provide visitors ample opportunities for non-motorized boating, swimming and fishing. Anglers can expect a catch of largemouth bass, rock bass, perch, pumpkinseed and bluegill in both lakes as well as rainbow trout in White Deer Lake. A four-mile-long trail circles the two lakes and connects with over 30 miles of additional trails, including the Anvil National Recreation Trail. A variety of wildlife make its home in the area including resident American bald eagles in the towering pines along the shore and loons, which call into the night.
The campground offers 37 single family campsites, available for tent or RV camping. The campground offers both first-come, first-served campsites as well as sites which can be reserved in advance. Sites are equipped with tables and fire rings with grills. Vault toilets and drinking water are available throughout the campground.
For more information about the Luna White Deer area, view theRecreation Opportunity Guide (PDF).
The campground is situated in a dense mixed species forest, at an elevation of 1,735 feet. The adjacent lakes offer anglers opportunities to catch fish or the ability to relax on a sandy beach.
The City of Eagle River is located about 19 miles northwest of the campground. Eagle River offers a variety of services and activities throughout the year.