Completed the Circle Tour

Completed the Circle Tour September 26-30, 2016. Favorite Spots: Munising MI; Muldoons Pumpkin Pasties; Baraga State Park; Keweenaw Peninsula; Copper Harbor area; Jampot Bakery; Nanette’s Knits & Gifts, Wakefield MI; Beaver Bay, MN; Canadian countryside on the north side of the lake – beautiful! Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park; Lake Superior Provincial Park, Agawa Bay Campground; northern lights. Kirk & Amy Schultz, Muskegon, MI

Camp, Kayak and Golf…

We began our trip at Pictured Rocks with a day of hiking and a late afternoon of kayaking at dusk on Kingston Lake. The next day we golfed in Brimley overlooking the lake and the “1,000 footers.” We camped in “The Soo” to the pleasant sounds of ship horns heading into and out of the locks. After a morning of more ship viewing and stocking up on provisions, we had More

Had a Blast

We completed the tour today, September 17, 2016. We went in our 1995 RoadTrek, and had a blast. We loved all of it, but our favorite spots were Old Woman Bay and Katherine Cove in Lake Superior Provincial Park, and Blue Point Amethyst Mine north of Thunder Bay. We’re excited to members of the club! Ella Huwe & Carlie Carow, Fargo, ND

A Great Adventure

My husband and I just returned after completing the Lake Superior Circle Tour. We left on Tuesday, Aug. 16 and returned Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016. Day #1 we traveled from our home in New Richmond, Wisconsin to Grand Marais, Minnesota and stayed at Grand Marais Municipal Campgrounds. Day #2 we traveled to Thunder Bay, Ontario and camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Day #3 we went to Kakabaka Falls and More

The Lake Views Were Great

We rode motorcycles around the Big Lake in eight days starting on July 24, 2016, and logged 1,450 miles. Total trip was 2,200 miles starting and returning to home in Findlay, OH. I rode with a good friend, Murray, and it was the first time for both of us to do this ride. The weather was great, and we camped all but one night. I needed to do this trip More

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

Advice for Travelers

We, a couple and a sister, traveled from July 14-28, 2015, in a 16-ft. Scamp trailer. The weather was great and we camped every night. Never made reservations ahead and always found a nice campsite, many sites directly on Lake Superior. Never used an electrical site. Camped in WI Municipal, MN State and National Forest, Ontario Provincial, MI National Forest, and State Forest campgrounds. Our favorite camping area was in More

Completed in Two Segments

We completed the Lake Superior Circle Tour a few weeks back. The details of our travels are as follows: In 2012, we travelled in our 26-foot Coach House Motor Home up the east coast and across the north to Michigan and up to Sault Ste. Marie. We stayed at the Soo Locks Campground on Aug. 1 for 3 nights. Next we headed to Tahquamenon Falls and then stayed at Gitchie More

Some Highlights

Some highlights: Red Rock, south of Nipigon, ON; scenery in the Pancake Bay area; Kakabeka Falls has a great farm store; saw two moose by Marathon; ate at Bight in Thunder Bay. Favorite thing to do: The Pictured Rocks cruise! Even when the weather wasn’t that great – it was terrific! Tip: bring a 200-foot extension cord with you to the provincial park campsites. You’ll need it! Kay Osborne, St. More