Lake Superior is known for year-round cold waters. The lake has dramatic changes with the wind and weather. You may find deep pleasure in watching the waves and soaking in the fresh, cool air from the waters. A swim in Lake Superior is best described as "refreshing".
This natural area is a retreat for those who appreciate the outdoors. There are trails for walking and exploring nature. Always keep your dog on a leash to protect both your pet and wildlife in the area. Walking paths will mark your way to points of interest.
Fishing is one of the visitors' favorite sports. There is a public boat ramp. There are areas designated for the cleaning of your catch of the day.
If you are lucky, you will have nights that are kissed by the Northern Lights. The park has a "lights out" policy at 10:00 PM. The northern sky is magnificently ablaze with stars, shooting stars, and streaks of lightning. Your evenings spent gazing into the infinity of the sky with your "fur-ever" friend will make memories to cherish.
The campground is convenient to the highway, town, and to the shore. The park provides benches, picnic tables and grills for cooking. There is a covered pavilion with picnic tables. The restroom facilities are portables. There is electricity provided for the campsites. Reservations requirements and fees may vary by site, tent or vehicle, party size, and events in the area. The price range is from about $19.00 to $51.00.
Reviewers of the park consider it to be a convenient and lovely place to visit. Just in case you get hungry for a snack, you are within walking distance to town and America's Best Donuts.