Very nice place for tent or RV camping. Tenting is $30 and sites with hookups go up $2 per each additional utility. For tenting the nicest site is a walk in site that even has a filtered view of the lake and a path die to the shore. Nice kids area as well as a sandy beach, fishing dock, and boat launch. Only boats for rent are 2 paddle boats and a row boat.
Another campground geared around RVs, but tents are welcome. Their walkin tent area, however, is in a corner of the park near a road, so it is not very appealing. The recreation area is amazing with volleyball, badminton, shuffleboard, horseshoes, tether ball and swings and play structure. Also a beautiful covered picnic area in the event of rain!
We were tenting and it was primarily geared for tent campers. It was a very scenic area and the sites were well spaced from each other. The camping area had pit toilets, but there were flush toilets and showers in the beach area of the park. The swimming pond was spring fed and very pleasant for swimming with a nice sandy beach. There was an archery range, volley ball courts, covered picnic areas, and a nice playground with a lot of equipment!
We were tent camping and although most of the campground is geared towards RVs, they do have sites for tents only. We chose to stay in a tent site in the RV area since it was close to Lake Superior. There was also a nice secluded tent only area on a wooded hill which would be a good choice if you prefer less hustle bustle. The big attraction for this place is that it is easy walking distance from town where there are many interesting shops, restaurants and sites to see!
This was one night tent camping in a very nice town campground as part of the city park. The sites were fairly close together and some were across the street from neighborhood homes on a quiet street. Lots of toys for kids of all ages to play on as well as a disc golf course! There was a scenic lake, but no swimming access. The bathroom and shower facility was well maintained.