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

What a Special Place

Greetings, love the magazine & idea of the Lake Superior Circle Tour Club. I’ve been around the Big Lake a few times. The first with my family about 1967, age 12. We traveled with two other families and found our way north of the Big Lake near Jelico where we camped and fished for 10 days. To this date I’ve never seen so many big pike and walleye. I remember More

We Loved It

My husband (Ron Simmons) and I completed the Circle Tour during the dates of Aug. 16-25, 2014. We stayed at and enjoyed Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and Rainbow Falls Provincial Park. We day-hiked Ouimet Canyon walked the longest suspension bridge in Canada in that same area. Next trip, we will zip-line at that same location. At Rainbow Falls, we saw a large, healthy grey wolf. Our Golden Retriever (Sally) was More

Loved This Trip!

Hi! Our family wants to join the Circle Tour Club! We traveled clockwise, from Duluth to Duluth starting Aug. 9 and ending Aug. 16. There were four people in our group: me (age 41), my husband (age 42), and our daughter (11) and son (7). We camped four nights (Rainbow Falls Provincial Park in Rossport, Agawa Bay in Lake Superior Provincial Park, Bay Furnace near Munising, MI, and Fort Wilkins State More

Some of My Favourite Places

I started the Circle Tour on Aug. 10 and completed it Aug. 17 of 2014. Some of my favourite places on the tour were Lake Superior Provincial Park – specifically Agawa and Old Woman Bay, camping at Pancake Bay Provincial Park and Neys Provincial Park, Palisade Head and the Apostle Islands. I would love to receive the certificate of completion and the decal. Thanks so much! Ann Marie Sheehan, Loretto, More

Already Talking About Another Trip!

My husband Mark and I completed the Circle Tour July 19. We began at Sault Ste. Marie and absolutely loved the experience. The scenery is breathtaking. We traveled with our dog and small camper. We stayed at the National park, private, city, state and national forest campgrounds, each with its own uniqueness and beauty. Kakabeka Falls, the Apostle Islands, Ouimet Canyon, the moose, bear and birds we saw made this More

Camped Most of the Way

We recently completed the Circle Tour for the second time! We were gone for 9 days, 8 nights and camped most of the way around the lake. Our trip was June 28-July 6, 2014, and we went clockwise around the lake starting and ending in Canal Park. Our favorite campground was Neys Provincial Park. We love the UP but Duluth and Minnesota’s North Shore will always be our favorite destination around More