Incredible & breathtaking. The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a camping experience that should not be missed. The North Country Trail runs the shoreline for about 40 miles through the length of the park, adjacent to Lake Superior. Backcountry camping is available at 14 small campgrounds spaces about 2-5 miles apart throughout the trail. Forests, dunes, beaches, and 50-200 foot cliffs are just a few of the great views that can be experienced along the trail. The campsites feature bear boxes or hangers, shared fire pits, and backcountry toilets. You must register for these sites before occupying one and reservations cannot be modified. You must stay at the campground you registered at, so make sure you calculate your mileage correctly. Shuttles are available for pick up and drop off at several different points of the park.