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My sister and I stayed at Lamb's in one of the cabins. Mitt was built in the 1920's, sturdy, immaculate, equipped with everything you need. Friendly hosts, quiet, clean grounds and centrally located for our needs.
Thge resort is nestled on a river as well...More
We've been coming to this resort for years. A nice alternative to the sometimes difficult-to-get-into MN State Parks during the popular summer camping season. Some sites are right on the lake; others almost IN the lake. Can be intense when the wind howls from the...More
We have been visiting Lamb's for fall 'leaf peeping' for years with friends. Our first time with our new 5th wheel. The sites and hookups were convenient and roomy. This is a great jumping off spot for all the highlightes of Minnesota's north shore. We...More
"Ran away" from the kids with our little trailer to Lambs when state campgrounds were full. Great choice for fall colors base camp. We had tent camped here before when the boys were little and had a great time playing along the shore and tidepools...More
We stayed at the resort in our camper there were hiking trails with access to Lake Superior and Cross River. The campground had excellent restrooms and showers.The staff was courteous and helpful This is centrally located on the north shore about 80 miles north of...More
Besides what the previous person posted, I would also suggest going all the way to the Minnesota/Canada border. There is the Grand Portage National monument. There the old fur trading fort where on certain days they do... More
Besides what the previous person posted, I would also suggest going all the way to the Minnesota/Canada border. There is the Grand Portage National monument. There the old fur trading fort where on certain days they do reinactments, you can visit the different buildings, try some of the food that they may have eaten back in the 1800's. It's very interesting. Also in the area is Grand Portage State Park where Minnesota's highest waterfall is.