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Tamarack Point Campground

Tamarack Point campground is 13 miles north of Deer River on Highway 46. Turn west off 46 onto County Road 9.  Travel south on County 9 for six miles before turning west onto Forest Road 2163.  The campground is approximately five miles northwest on Forest Road 2163. There are 31 sites available at the campground with boat access and docking provided. |  Site Map


Driving directions to Tamarack Point Campground

Tamarack Point is located 13 miles norht fo Deer River on Highway 46. Turn west off 46 onto County Road 9. Travel six miles south alogn County 9 before turning west onto Forest Road 2163. The campground is approximately five miles northwest on Forest Road 2163.

Location and contact info

Forest Route 2163, MN 56636

For campground inquires, please call:

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Activities at Tamarack Point Campground

Recreational vehicles

Boating

Camping

Fishing


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