Our Lake Superior Circle Camping Trip

We began in Toronto, north to Algonquin Provincial Park on July 13, then to Killarney Provincial Park (strictly speaking Georgian Bay, but gorgeous), past Sault Ste. Marie to Rabbit Blanket campground in Lake Superior Provincial Park. Absolutely fantastic sights and great hiking! And between the thunderstorms the weather was brilliant! Next we camped at Pukaskwa National Park for wild and beautiful vistas. Bald eagles on a tree over our tent More

Everything Was Amazing

We finished the Circle Tour on July 28, 2016. Our favorite part was Mount Josephine by Grand Portage. Everything was amazing. Our favorite place to eat was Montana’s and Studebaker’s. She was more impressed with Northern Minnesota. It was a special trip for her because her parents took her and her sister in 1968 on the same trip. Larry & Donna Gardner, Waukesha, WI

We Were in Total Awe

We ended our Circle Tour trip on July 22, 2016. Our nights staying at Quebec Lodge in Red Rock, Lutsen Lodge and various waterfall viewing was great. We were in total awe at the massive size of Lake Superior and the ruggedness, beauty and the power of its being a gift for all to see. P.S. We celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary while on our tour. A great present to More

Favorite Spots Were in Thunder Bay

We completed the Lake Superior Circle Tour from July 11-15, 2016. Our favorite spots were the two days we spent in Thunder Bay touring Fort William, Amethyst Mine Panorama and Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Being from Minnesota, we had already toured the North Shore between Duluth and Grand Portage several times, so it was great to see Lake Superior the rest of the way around! Dean & Logan Heitke, St. More