We stayed here for two nights over the 4th of July. A little crowded on the river front but our site was tucked into a more secluded area not far from the river. The hosts were very nice and accommodating. This campground does not take reservations. It is on a first come basis. We had no problem finding a place to park here. No showers but water and electric were available, only vault toilets but they are kept up very well. No designated swimming area. There was however Horseshoe and bag pits, a small game room and at least one cabin for rental. Self serve pay station with firewood to purchase also. It was a very quiet place and there were many families with children who were playing on the small playground, shooting hoops, fishing, and riding bike. Many biking and hiking trails close by. It is very close to Jay Cook State Park. We enjoyed our stay.
-kind campground hosts with quiet but well-used atvs
-easy lake access with docks and shoreline
-this is a good day-of campsite if you’re looking for an adventure or a fun story to tell! It’s not solitude and it’s not perfect silence, but it’s a peaceful place to rest your head and cook something over a fire.
The campsite was really quaint and fun to be in it was just so wet that it made our stay less enjoyable
Duluth has great outdoor spaces, craft breweries, and an excellent marathon to run.