Two Lakes Campground is nestled between Lake Owen and Bass Lake. Campsites are spacious and shaded by pine and mixed hardwoods, and most sites offer sweeping lake views.
Campers have access to two swimming beaches, two boat ramps and a fishing pier. Lake Owen and Bass Lake contain panfish, northern pike, walleye, bass and trout.
Lake activities include power boating, sailing, water skiing, canoeing and kayaking. There is a half-mile interpretive trail, as well as access to the North Country
National Scenic Trail.
The campground has drinking water, vault toilets and a dump station for RVs. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring and grill.
Two Lakes is adjacent to the Porcupine Lake Wilderness in
Chequamegon National Forest. The forest covers more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin's Northwoods.
Some of the Porcupine Lake Wilderness contains rolling hills covered with oak, maple, hemlock and white pine. The remainder of the area is fairly flat.
The town of Drummond, Wisconsin, is less than 10 miles away for getting supplies, dining out or visiting the historical museum.