This campground is tucked into the Superior National Forest but off of a main road. Access is easy enough for most rigs other than maybe very large ones.
There are a little over a dozen campsites here with 4 on their own loop in an ATV camping area.
The sites vary in size and access due to trees and foliage so not every rig will fit in every site. And, depending on your rig size, some sites will require a bit more work to level. A handful of sites are reserveable but most are first come, first served.
Site 11 is a prime spot if you can grab it due to size, layout and location.
There are vault toilets and a well available.
Each site also has a fire pit and picnic table.
If you need it, the cell service was very good for T-Mobile and great for Verizon.
Be prepared for mosquitoes and deer flies (in mid-July anyway) but overall, we had a peaceful stay and got a great night's rest.