Wonder adventure

We took our time, sixteen days in total. We drove from Battle Creek, Michigan to Mackinaw City on our first day and then crossed the big bridge and drove into Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario and to Batchawana Bay on the 2nd day. The Superior Provincial Park was gorgeous, particularly the Sand River waterfalls. Our next stop was Rossport where we stayed at a lovely B & B called The Willows. More

Circling the Pond

This is our first long adventure with our “new” Little Guy teardrop-style camper. We enjoyed being off the ground, dry and warm during the mostly damp days of June 24 – July 7. Our major interests were fly fishing, canoeing and finding EarthCaches, but the tour guide led us to other treasures including many well-done visitor center displays. Our tour began in Grand Marais, Minnesota, where we spent two nights at More

Circle Tour Favorite Spots

Favorite spots: Kakabeka Falls; also liked the falls on Sand River in Lake Superior Provincial Park; stayed at Northern Lights Motel in Wawa. Recommend it!!! Also liked: The Fish House in Paradise MI (best fish lunch); Lagniappe in Marquette for dinner. Loved Pictured Rocks. Larry Snow, Eden Prairie, MN

Our Lake Superior Circle Tour

We flew in and out of Minneapolis, rented a car and started the tour in Duluth, MN. We arrived in Duluth on Sept. 19 and spent two nights there, drove clockwise and ended up completing the tour on Sept. 30. After our first two nights in Duluth, we spent one night each in Grand Marais, MN; Thunder Bay, ON; Terrace Bay, ON; Wawa, ON; Paradise, MI; Munising, MI; Silver Lake, More

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

Highlights From Our Lake Superior Circle Tour

Distance Traveled: 3,748 kilometers. Do it in your corvette; do it on your motorcycle; do it in your tin car or pick-up truck. It doesn’t matter how you travel this route, just do it! You will see interesting sights, spectacular scenery and the real beauty of the Canadian North. On Aug. 10, John and I in our Altima and BFF Betty in her Mercedes headed out on a trip of More

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

Best Motorcycle Trip I’ve Been On

Our Circle Tour trip ended on Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016. The beauty of nature from Duluth to Thunder Bay to Nipigon, to Wawa, to Sault Ste. Marie was absolutely beautiful motorcycling. The roads and weather were great. We stopped at Eagle Canyon Adventures in Dorion and walked the two suspension footbridges. Old Woman Bay in the Lake Superior Provincial Park, Wawa was my favorite stop. We also visited the Canadian More