We stayed at site 41, which can be reserved ahead, but is tent-only, no electricity. It is a neat site with several steps leading down to it from the parking area, then another staircase leading right to the lake/boat launch.
The sites at this campground are very clean, well maintained, large and wooded. Overall, the area was quiet, except we could hear people launching their boats starting at around 5:30am. The hosts work hard to make sure the facilities are clean and everyone is happy.
We would definitely stay here again.
Campsites are more private than many other campgrounds. There are two loops, very nice facilities with flush toilets and showers. Several of the lake side sites are non reservable sites. Great place to do Day trips from.
Very well maintained campground, close to Ely. Fun beach and play area for the kids. The sites are clean and secluded with privacy all around. Kawishiwi Falls Trail is nearby and a short rewarding hike. My family loved this campground, we will definitely go back.
This is the best campground I’ve been too as far as privacy and site layout. Trees are between each site. Lake front campsites are actually lakefront! The bathrooms are super clean and the shower actually felt like a “personal” shower. However I would be concerned with shower availability if campground was full, 3 showers per loop (one in men’s, one in women’s, one in unisex/family bathroom). My only “complaint” if that’s what you want to call it was the heat in the bathrooms was already turned off and it was still 28 degrees at night. Made showering pretty chilly with the cold air in the bathroom. Actually ended up using the family bathroom since it was smaller and shower warmed the air some.
Exceptionally maintained campsites with well wooded sites. Raised cement fire pits, level tent pads, and large sites for campers and RVs. Many of the lake-side sites are nestled into the hillside with stairs going down to the water. The Fall Lake campground is very well managed and has clean shower/toilet buildings, and a store with firewood, canoe rentals, and other miscellaneous items. If there is one drawback, it is that this campground is a popular place for RVs and large campers. For those tent campers wishing to get away and have some solace, it can be busy and noisy at times - depending on who your closest neighbors are. Overall, I give it four stars because we had an RV near us with screaming children that dampened our experience. I would give it five stars due to the beautiful location, the access to the north woods/BWCA, and the care that is taken to keep it maintained.
I have been camping here since I was a kid and still love it today! The campsites are pretty secluded and there are so many activities to do around Ely. Love to rent a canoe and go into the BWCA! Also, love the Blueberry Arts Fest weekend.
The campground was very nice and clean! Our campsite was spacious and hidden from the road. The bathrooms do have a lock on them so make sure you get the code from the host! There was a little beach and playground for kids. Lots of places to go for a walk and close to town!