Hiawatha National Forest National Park located in Michigan’s Chippewa, Delta, Mackinac, Alger, Schoolcraft, and Marquette counties. Hiawatha National Forest was originally established as of 1931 and is known for sitting on the shorelines of three great lakes Huron, Michigan, and of course the wonderful Lake Superior. Hiawatha National Forest is on the Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the south shores of Lake Superior. Hiawatha National Forest features a huge variety of things do from camping to recreational activities such as horse riding or hiking. The park spans out over 800,000 acres of land and has many options for things to due to all the different areas it includes such as beaches, trails etc. The National Forest has many options when it comes to camping whether you have a tent or want more developed camping.