Flour Lake Campground is an awesome spot for primitive camping in Minnesota, complete with well-kept facilities and a beautiful lakeside setting. Its location in Superior National Forest gives you access to a wealth of fun outdoor activities. In addition to these great features, the campground welcomes dogs, so you and your canine companion can have a furrific time camping out in the Minnesota woodlands!
Flour Lake Campground has 37 sites, and each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring with grill. There are standard and tent-only sites, and the nightly fee for each type of site is $20. Many of the sites can accommodate large RVs. Some amenities you can find at the campground include drinking water, a boat ramp, a self-pay station, and trash collection service. Note that no hookups are available here, so you and Fido will have to "ruff" it. Firewood, ice, and coin-operated showers can be found at Golden Eagle Lodge, which is under a mile from the campground.
You’ll have lots of ways to fill your time at Flour Lake. The campground provides convenient access to a number of aquatic activities, including fishing and boating. The Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) is easy to reach from the campground and provides paddlers with an amazing opportunity to explore one of the nation’s best canoeing destinations. (If you plan on entering the canoe area, you will need to acquire a permit in advance.) You can also find some dog-friendly trails in the area. Honeymoon Bluff Trail is just a bone's throw away from the campground. This easy loop trail spans about half a mile and provides views of Hungry Jack and Bearskin Lake.
Guests at this pawpular campground note that mosquitoes are a big problem, so it's a good idea to bring some bug spray with you. Please ensure that your woofer remains leashed throughout your stay at Flour Lake. Also remember to clean up after your dog at the campground. If you plan on bringing a second vehicle to your campsite, note that you’ll have to pay an additional half fee.