This is a no-frills campground right off Highway 61. There are no power hookups, though there is trash and recycling service, a shower building, and drinking water available. Privacy is hit or miss. The entire campground is covered on Google...
This campground is typical of other Superior National Forest campgrounds. Sites have a picnic table and fire ring/grill, and no electricity. There's a water pump on the main road to the second loop and boat launch, though I did not try it. Some of...
The campsites have the typical primitive Minnesota state forest setup, with a fire ring and picnic table. Half the campground has views of the lake, but is quite cramped, while the other half is more forested with increased privacy. $14 a night,...
This is a typical Minnesota state forest campground: $14 a night, primitive with no running water or electricity, but there's an outhouse, picnic tables, and fire ring. Could have used more privacy. A few of the campsites were quite big. The...
I did not stay here, but drove through the campground to see what it was like.
The road to get to the campground says that it's unmaintained, though it was in good shape. Camping is $14 per night, primitive with no running water or...
I stayed here one night in June 2019. This is a state forest campground with 22 primitive sites, no reservations. There's no electricity and no running water, though there are at least four outhouses scattered around the campground, with toilet...
620 days ago
I stayed here on a Monday night in June 2019. It's a nice campground, with a variety of sites along the lake with direct lake access, with more sites in wooded areas without lake access. There's 41 drive-in sites, and about eight of them were...
There are four campgrounds here: Ridge, Birch, Lady's-slipper, and Angler's, as well as a group campsite.
I stayed at the Ridge Campground. Many of the spots have tight 90-degree back-ins and I'm not sure I could have managed backing in, but a...
This is a lovely rustic campground with fantastic privacy between most sites. This campground is probably most popular with anglers and hunters, as it has a boat launch right on the Rainy River (which borders Canada), but it does have a few trails...
This is a lovely state park with lots of hiking, and the campground was pretty nice. Lots of picnic areas in the park, too. A lot of the RV sites are hit-or-miss on quality – some have great privacy, others you can see people across the road or...
"Typical Superior National Forest campground"
"Primitive state forest camping on Bear Lake"
"Primitive state forest camping"
"Primitive state forest campground "
"Primitive camping near Lake Vermilion"
"Decent campground on a lake with no hookups"
"Nice rustic campground, but a pretty small state park"
"Great hiking, quiet campground"
"Amplified live music doesn't belong in a campground"
"Fun hiking, cramped campground"
"Not a great campground, but excellent mountain biking trails"
"Screaming children and zero privacy"
"Lovely campground, lots to explore in and nearby the park"
"Not a particularly exciting state park"
"Beautiful state park - consider staying awhile"
"Pretty average state park campground"
"Great privacy between sites"
"Worse of the two campgrounds at Myre-Big Island"
"Worth a visit, but can get crowded"
"Loud, mediocre hiking, but a good spot to explore the region"
"Great campground for hiking"
"Good dry camping, lots of options to choose from"
"Great basecamp while exploring Acadia"
"Great hiking, especially in autumn!"
"Great dry camping for mountain bikers"
"A very unique experience right on the Pacific Ocean"
"Late night interruptions from Miley Cyrus"
"Frustratingly busy, but wonderful hiking trails"
"No-frills quiet spot in the forest"
"Great trails, but loud military plane flyovers"
"Decent county-run campground with easy registration"
"Good hiking trails, nice showers"
"Free camping on Fresno Reservoir"
"Convenient I-82 stop on Oregon-Washington border"