Stayed here on our way up to Boise. The campsite was convenient for us because it was close to the freeway. On the flip side that comes with vehicle traffic noise. There were places for both RV’s/campers and tents. The place was clean, well kept up and had tons of amenities including flushing toilets, showers, laundry, 2 playgrounds and a pool. Staff were very friendly. Not a scenic campground but was perfect for what we wanted and at a good price.
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 yard hike from where you park. Sites are mostly pretty close together but views are good. Electric provided and well kept up vault toilets.
Campground was rustic and pretty private. There were only a couple other campers spread through the whole grounds. It felt remote but was a quick drive out of the woods to wintersweet with convenience of a gas station and casino. There was a fire pit, vault toilet, picnic table and lantern hook on the site. Some sites have views of water. Pretty lake with lots of loon calls and a bald eagle flew by while I ate breakfast. The bugs were out of this world. Par for the course in that area of woods but even with spray and a candle they made it a little hard to relax and enjoy.