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This family run campground has all the necessities; I came with a pop up camper to work remotely, although site #12 is not private, I was able to work from my camper without any issues. I’m not sure if internet works from other sites.
We booked the last site available on a whim and it ended up being the best view of the light house!
Well maintained and clean site. Owners were friendly.
Spacious, beautiful overlook of Lake superior. The wind off the lake is chilly so bring layers. Firewood is $7, Firestarter are $5. Ppl very friendly and after 10 pm it is quiet. 10/10 would come again
This park is a wilderness jewel! If you cycle, the paved forest road to the campground is a roll-curvy jewel through Porcupine Wilderness area. You’ll feel like your 12 yrs old again while riding it. North Country Trail hiking trail cuts through the park and a 1 mile hike around Bass Lake would…
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It’s been quite a few years since i visited, but kayaking to this site and camping for a few days was one of my favorite trips ever. Kayaking there took time and effort, but beautiful site was worth it. Sites were divided by natural vegetation, the trails were nice. I’d definitely return!!!
Burlington Bay Campground was clean. The shower house by the playground was clean and new. The playground seemed fairly new and the kids loved playing on it. Walking on the beach lead to a nice City trail. The kids loved climbing all over the rock formations and finding new rocks.
Pros: Quiet. Each campsite is a little secluded from its neighbors by some trees. Since it's small, it can't get too crowded. Vault toilets were clean. Away from light pollution.
CONS: SO MANY MOSQUITOES WE HAD TO LEAVE EARLY!! We had four types of insect repellant with us: spray (with DEET),…
Beautiful sites overlook the cliffs of Lake Superior. Sites are semi secluded and are wooded. No cell service.
This was a small campground but nice sites on the water with outhouses near by. $15 per night. Very nice fire rings but lack of firewood for sale anywhere near by. Lots of thorns in the brush.
Not wooded or private but amazing beach and lots of driftwood! The showers are pay showers but they are available as well as nice bathrooms. I’m not a fan of side by side camp sites, I would rather have space in between but if this is the type of campgrounds you like, this is a good option.
Pulled over here for a quick stay. It is close to the freeway is about it. Not really what I would be looking for, for an extended stay. It was fine for an easy come and go. Facilities were clean.
A small NFS campground on a small lake. Good for afternoon sun and hiking on the North Country Trail. I camped in early May, before ticks, mosquitos & gnats got going. Locals say mosquitos are tough in summer due to marshy area nearby. Not to far from Mellen or other access points on the…
Awesome state park! Right along side of State Hwy 53. All the amenities you would need. Clean restrooms, bathrooms etc. All kinds of room to stretch out. Playground in good shape and very large area's for BBQing. Also nice trail system for hiking with a few site's for backpacking in.
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Wanoka is a quiet campground just off the Hwy 2. It has a nice little trout pond and is a good place to teach the younger kids fishing skills. It is however not ideal for young ones who like to play as there is no playground.