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The camp sites are very close to one another. The lakeside sites have better access to the lake but only few has better view. The firepalce has no grill over it and varies in size with respect to sites. To summarize, it is pet friend,ly...More
We stayed at Lamb's resort to make a weekend out of the Lutsen 99er Mountain bike race. We stayed in a tent right by Lake Superior. The view was breathtaking. Our family loved the campgrounds. The staff does an amazing job at keeping the facilities...More
This is a superior campground on Lake Superior in northwest Minnesota. They have full hookup sites, sites with water and electricity and tent sites. They have shower facilities and a playground for your children/grandchildren. It is beautiful, relaxing and has a very friendly staff. Who...More
We originally reserved a campsite, but my wife made me change the reservation to a cabin (which the staff graciously accommodated) since the weather called for the possibility of thunderstorms. We are glad that did, since we awoke to lightning and rain. The cabin was...More
Camped in the north lot. Had water, sewer and electric. Only stayed overnight. All of the sites are nice. Mostly situated in a wooded setting. Some tent sites are very close to the beach. Do not have any utilities. Staff are very friendly. Beach is...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.