Both of the campgrounds, in the park, are extremely nice. I prefer the northern end of the park, with camping right on the shore of Lake Superior. Spring time scavenging, on the shores of Superior, can lead to all kinds of artifacts washing up on shore. The facilities were clean, and park rangers very nice, taught us a lot about the history of the area. Nice hiking trails, hilly, and so worth it.
Have stayed near the beech, and the sites fill up fast. The back country sites are really nice, and peacful. Hiking trails are maintained, campsites, well maintained. Highly recommend a boat ride,or a kayak trip, if you are experienced, out onto Lake Superior, to view the pictured rocks. Stunning area, locals are very friendly.