This is a private campground and we were lucky to get in. Has electric and water…shower house and bathrooms…beach to swim and good fishing and boating. A lodge to visit in and cabins to rent. Like I said a great campground in the middle of no where. Beautiful setting and plenty to do.
Its another quiet lake campground, rustic and nice. Each campsite is private some more than others and some are a hike short distance to throw up a tent. I like this campground, its cheap, you can go in the lake and swim or fish. The bathrooms here are rather nice, and its fun to walk all around the area.
Nice campground..no elec. has a couple places to fill your water jugs if you never brought water.
The campsites are actually quite nice. and most are hidden from your neighbor. and most are on the lake. Also a great area to watch for wild life.
Lots of space and we had a neighbor who you can hardly see..some sites are closer than others. Been there now 3 times and stayed in 3 different loops. The shower rooms have probably 15 sites per showering area.
Love this place.Large tall tree's the people who work there are very helpful. My husband had gotten sick on the way and the lady at registration made sure we had a place close to the restrooms and water at our site. The paths are blacktopped for walking and riding bikes and they seem to go forever..never could take them all.
We have stayed here several times now in many different area's. Sites with full hook ups with wide open grass and play area for kids and adults. Go to the other side by lake and more camping with water and elec. closer to the river. Clean showers and bath rooms. Wild life Refuge so you have ducks and geese around often…Very nice place.
Nice campground but we like trees and not open view except wonderful view of Lake Superior.
Close to the casino …a walk away.
Very nice campground with beautiful trails to hike up river and down..and good fishing area besides. Nice showers and bathrooms. Listening to the ripples of the river all night. Wonderful sound. Long stairway down to Devils Kettle. Water falls up stream and Lake Superior down stream.