This stone chimney and a few foundations are all that is left of Camp Raco in the Upper Peninsula. It was a CCC camp then used as a prisoner of war camp in World War II. It is located in the Marquette National Forest. You can find it off M-28 on a two-track near the town of Raco southwest of Brimley. You can read more about Camp Raco in Lost In Michigan Volume 3 available on Amazon HERE
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