- Pull-thru Sites
- Big Rig Access
- Tent Camping
- Restrooms (Plumbed)
- Pit Toilets
- Electric (30 & 50 AMP)
- Pets Allowed
- Family Friendly
- Walking Trail(s)
- Wi-Fi is available but very very slow the further away you get from the restaurant/bar
- No specific pet area but there is lots of green space and trails for walks
- No gym/workout facilities
- No beach access/boat ramp/marina
- 15-minute drive to Duluth (pro or con, you decide!)
This was the first place we landed after selling our house and moving full-time into the RV. It ended up being exactly what we needed it to be! Spending our first couple months there made the transition from a house to house-on-wheels so much easier. We had a great amount of space at our site, were surrounded by beautiful trees covered in fall leaves, had a wonderful experience with the staff, and the fact that there was a great restaurant right there for those nights when we were a bit too overwhelmed to cook was the cherry on top.
It is a short drive into Duluth (approx 15 mins) but is the best option around because you are close to all the great things happening in Duluth, but also far enough away from the hustle and bustle of all the tourists. We had our 45ft RV, 26ft trailer, and SUV with plenty of space at our site, but they also have smaller tent sites and ones appropriate for every size in-between. The only full hook-up sites are right behind the restaurant and are more 'parking lot' and less 'camping' so we didn't move there until they shut the water off in the outer sites. Instead, the camp host came around once a week and dumped our tanks which worked out great.
There is direct access to the Gunflint Trail which can be used for walking, running, or biking in the spring/summer/fall and snowmobiling in the winter. On the weekends, the campground is usually full, but there is enough space between sites to still feel like you're camping and not packed in like sardines. It is very couple/family friendly and we would absolutely recommend this campground to all!