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Tough hike in to the backpack site. But once we arrive we had a beautiful little lake all to ourselves. Didn't pass another person in the 1.5 mile hike in. Quiet, secluded, and relaxing. Site had some log benches and a table if I remember correctly as well as a bear box.
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Heavily wooded campground, sites are a little close but acceptable.
This is our second time camping here, the first time being in June a few years ago. Fall camping is a different ballgame! The colors are beautiful, the campground is quieter (at least during the week) and this particular campground is more like a state park than the other more rustic campgrounds…
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Beautiful spot with plenty of well spaced out sites that can accommodate tents, vans, or RVs . During the thick of summer there still weren't many people there (we went July 31). It is a bit of an inconvenience to get to if you're looking to do things on Lake Superior coast, but even considering…
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I was so impressed by the trails and the lake-it felt very well maintained and also quite private. I can’t wait to stay again!
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The trails were so beautiful and it felt like there were options to explore everywhere. Firewood was about $7/bundle and restrooms were clean. I want to go back and try to fish next time! There’s individual docks for fishing!
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Enjoyed so much extended our stay. Canoeing & hiking; if want to go beyond Fall Lake into BWCAW you can get day permit at boat landing at no cost. Instructions on permit form. Sites are all nice and private;some with access to lake. Clean bathrooms and showers. Pleasant and friendly hosts.…
We have enjoyed staying here. Minnesota does a nice job with their state parks. The campsites are varied in types, sizes and layouts. Ours works great for our 26’ travel trailer and truck, and includes electrical. Main restroom has showers. Nice canoeing lake adjacent to the campground. The…
We wanted to visit the North American Bear Center so looked for nearby camping. The South Kawishiwi campground is a lovely forest service campground with 30 amp electric in many of its large sites. There are spotless vault toilets, a dumpster, aluminum recycling and a very friendly camp host. …
This is a popular spot and it was pretty noisy. The camp host were great. I didn’t have reservations so I had to move around a lot because I wanted to stay for a few days. There’s lots of things to do And the water is just beautiful. Great places to hike around.￼
Nice national forest campground that seems well run, has sites with decent privacy and nice bathrooms.
Sites vary a lot in size and some are quite unlevel so luck of the draw on whether your rig can fit, but worth trying.
I'd you have a Class B, B+, or small C, try to snag Site 42. It's around…
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Large open fields and large spots in pine groves good for group camping. RV and tents, it’s rustic! There’s a boat dock, that’s usually busy but good for swimming too if you don’t mind the large leeches.
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.
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.…
Well kept campground with 73 camping sites. 24 have no electricity. Has public boat launch for canoes and kayaks. Has a beach for swimming. Most sites can handle a medium sized 5th wheel, some are very shallow. We have a 27ft pop up and there was just enough room for it and my truck. Planning…