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Campsites are spacious. New bathhouses and outdoor kitchen cleaning area. Quiet and peaceful. The hiking in the area is excellent. Adjacent to the Superior Hiking trail for more adventurous types. We had a wonderful time. Will be returning!!!
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We were warmly greeted by the friendly staff. Our campsite was on the hill in the David Dill addition. I appreciated the view of the bay without the tighter constraints of the original campground on the lake. The bathhouse was clean and well maintained plus it was key coded so no worries about…
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All asphalt/Concrete fairly level RV Park with full hookups 30-50 amp mixed in with Marina. Called (Lakehead Boat Basin) in Duluth MN. Easy walk to Canal Park with the world famous Lift Bridge, Museum’s, Restaurants and regular tourist items.
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Don't waste your time here, unfriendly Management,they try to avoid you as best they can
The campground was mostly empty for our stay but the ranger said it was filling up by the weekend for most of the summer. Our campsite stretches back into the woods giving us a place to set up our teardrop and still have plenty of room for a tent and screen room. We love the plentiful greenery…
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Big rv site, beautiful woodsy area, clean showers and bathrooms, friendly staff
All the perks of rustic camping (or lack of lol!) with a beautiful lake right in view of the entire camp. Pretty nice beach and it’s closer to highway 16 than most the other rustic camps we’ve come across. No campfires this year, nice wind off the lake and a fire ban.
Staff here very helpful. Provided good information for our day trip to Lake Superior and downtown Duluth. Also info on other things to see in the area. We would visit again if in the area.
Review for Indian Point Campground This campground is owned and run by the City of Duluth; I shouldn’t have to say more, but I will. It could be a real jewel, but sadly it’s not. We ended up staying here 17 nights (!!) Because we had some business to do in town and there’s pretty much nowhere else…
This is one of my favorite MN campsites. We stayed in a cart-in site: the cart worked well, the restroom/shower was clean, the site was beautiful and we were able to get down to a little rock beach by the water, it was also easy to book online. There is plenty to do at this park between hiking and…
This was a wonderful stay. Very family friendly with a lot to do! There are modern facilities in the drive in campground, nothing fancy but they got the job done. We stayed mid-week and the park was busy but not overly full. You can rent kayaks, canoes, etc. at the park office of a decent price.…
This campground is tucked into the Superior National Forest but off of a main road. Access is easy enough for most rigs other than maybe very large ones.
There are a little over a dozen campsites here with 4 on their own loop in an ATV camping area.
The sites vary in size and access due to…
This campsite is $30 to stay at located on Lake Superior and an easy half mile walk to downtown Bayfield. Arrive early to get a spot because even on the weekdays the fill up. We visited on a Tuesday and all spots were gone by 3pm. There are 2 primitive spots available which just entails about a 20…
Have stayed here many times, love it!
Great tent sites right on Lake Superior.
Hardly any bears :)
Nice campground...a little rural but close to town. Helpful staff, decent size sites and hookups. Pool area was nice but busy on our stay. Great family camping. Kwik Trip down the road has everything you forgot to bring but there's a full grocery just a few miles from the campground...small but…