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

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

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

A Wonderful Trip!

We did the Lake Superior Circle Tour from July 3-12, 2015. What an awesome trip! It is so hard to pick favorites. Loved the view of Split Rock Lighthouse from afar. Watching climbers at Palisades Cliffs. Grand Marais was a cute little town (great meal at The Angry Trout). We saw a bear on the Gunflint Trail. High Falls and Kakabeka Falls were just the beginning of many beautiful falls. More

Everywhere Was So Beautiful

When did you complete the Circle Tour? June-July 2015. What were your favorite spots and experiences on the Circle Tour? Sleeping Giant – especially the overlook 1,000 feet above Thunder Bay Loved the provincial parks – very helpful, friendly and comfortable – and lovely to stay right on the lake at Neys. Excellent museum at Whitefish Point. Everywhere was so beautiful. Bob Morrin, Portage, WI Andrea Nelson, Madison, WI

Highly Recommend It

We arrived in Duluth on June 21 and returned on July 5 after going clockwise around the lake. My dad had been on several mine tours before but thought the Soudan Underground Mine’s was the best he had seen. He was also impressed with Quincy’s. We had beautiful weather so we were really able to enjoy the shore views and waterfalls. I really enjoyed discovering the various views of Split 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

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

All in All, a Super Trip

We left Duluth on June 12 towing our camper and two dogs. First stop was Cascade River State Park just south of Grand Marais, MN. Nice park but no electrical hook ups. Next was Marie Louise Lake Campground in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Again, a nice park however the electrical hook up was quite a way away from our camper so we ended up “renting” a power cord for $100. More