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About Ninemile Lake Campground

Ninemile Lake Campground is  perfect for people wanting to do some exploring while camping.  A boat ramp leads to Ninemile Lake, complete with islands and hidden bays.  For birders and hikers, there is a trail through boreal hardwoods beginning across the road from the campground entrance with 0.5 miles of maintained trail and 4.5 miles of unmaintained hiking trail.  Advanced wayfinding and backcountry navigation skills are necessary for the unmaintained portion.  North of the campground on County 7 is access to Echo Lake, a portage access to Goldeneye Lake, and slightly further north is access to the Crooked Lake Canoe Route 

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Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Drinking Water
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Location
Ninemile Lake Campground is located in Minnesota
Latitude
47.5788 N
Longitude
-91.074 W
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Directions
Ninemile Lake Campground is off County Road 7, northwest of Schroeder and northeast of Finland. From MN 61, at Schroeder, turn on Co.1 (Cramer Rd.) Follow Co.1 (it will turn to Co.8) about 10 miles to Co.7. Turn right on Co.7, and go 4 miles. The campground entrance is on the left. Alternatively, from MN 61 north of Silver Bay, take MN 1 to Finland. In Finland, take Co. 7 to Ninemile Lake on left.
2 Reviews of Ninemile Lake Campground
Beautiful place to camp!

Our campsite was right on the water. The trail around the lake was beautiful for hiking. We also checked out the short trail across the road and it was really nice. They have water as well as kayak, canoe and boat rentals which we didn't use but I thought it was nice.

First to Review
Awesome place to camp!

Ninemile Lake Campground seems to be the gem that no one knows about. I've stayed there multiple times and it has remained my favorite campground. The campground is located in the Superior National Forest along County Road 7 North of Finland, Minnesota. There are 20+ campsites available, with about half with direct lake access. Drinking water is available from the east side of the campground. There is also a landing for boats to be put into the lake and taken out. The campsites near the lake are gorgeous and offer a nice view of the lake. All of the campsites are perfect for tent camping, and all should fit RV's. The campsites may look small at first, but once you enter them you will find that many have passageways that lead to a clearing. Each site has the standard picnic table and fire ring. There is firewood for sale, and boat, kayak, and canoe rentals available.

The lake is beautiful, but not very exciting to swim in because it is quite muddy. There are 3 islands on the lake which I like to explore after a short kayak ride. One of the islands has some large boulders that offer a nice view of the sunset. Ninemile Lake got it's name because it is nine miles away from Lake superior! The fishing was decent, but the long winter a couple of years ago killed off many of the fish. I believe it was recently restocked.
Ninemile Lake is within driving distance of the Superior Hiking Trail as well as many other trails. There is a hiking trail about a mile long just across the road from the campsite entrance, which also crosses a four wheeling trail.
I found plenty of things to do while staying at Ninemile Lake Campground, and I would recommend it to all types of people who appreciate the outdoors.