Our Favorite Stops

Our favorite stops included Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in Canada (we stayed in a park cabin) and Whitefish Point (and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum) at Whitefish Point. We used your special magazine tour guide that we purchased at the Tall Ships Festival and it was extremely helpful. Betsey & Dave Pasley, San Antonio, TX

We’ve Circled!

On September the 5th we completed the Lake Superior Circle Tour clockwise from Duluth to Duluth. We took 12 days for our tour and had overnights at: Duluth, MN; Virginia, MN; Grand Marais, MN; Grand Portage, MN; Thunder Bay, ON; Wawa, ON; Strongs, MI; Munising, MI; Hancock, MI; Bayfield, WI; and Duluth, MN. Some of our favorite experiences were: seeing the massive Hull-Rust-Mahoning open pit mine in Hibbing; watching a More

Circle Tour

We started at Sault Ste. Marie and went counterclockwise around Lake Superior, Aug. 6-12. We stopped at your store in Duluth MN approximately in the middle of the trip. We enjoyed: Copper Peak Ski Jump Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame, Hayward, WI Hilltop Restaurant in L’Anse, MI – large cinnamon buns – $ 4.59! Record Lake Trout in glass case (61 or 62 lbs!) Porcupine Mountains State Park, MI More

Spectacular Beauty

After talking about it for years, my husband, Terry, and I finally decided to do the tour. We started out on Sunday afternoon, June 12, from Duluth, and did the tour clockwise. We ended the tour a week later in Duluth on Sunday, June 19. We followed Midwest Living Magazine’s suggested day-by-day route. (We weren’t aware of your magazine’s publication on the route until we were in Grand Marais a 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

My Second Circle Tour

I completed my second Circle Tour of Lake Superior in July of 2015. First time I completed it was in June of 1980. My favorites stops along the way. Duluth MN North Shore — Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock Lighthouse Thunder Bay — Sleeping Giant Provincial Park Tahquamenon Falls, MI Whitefish Bay/Great Lake Shipwreck Museum Bayfield/Gruenke’s Inn (especially their whitefish livers – yum!) Gerry Ford, Minneapolis, MN

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

Won’t Be Easily Forgotten

Favorite spots: Lift Bridge in Duluth, Two Harbors Ore Docks, Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock Lighthouse, The Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais Harbor, High Falls near Grand Portage, Kakabeka Falls, Ontario, Thunder Bay Marina, everywhere in Ontario, wonderful Provincial Parks, scenic High Falls at Wawa, Pancake Bay beach and all sand beaches on the eastern shore, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario restaurants, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Locks, Whitefish Bay Shipwreck Museum, Michigan State More

Wonderful

My wife and I have had the wonderful opportunity to tour around Lake Superior two times now on our motorcycles. Ouimet Canyon and Kakabeka Falls were just a couple of Canadian highlights and Whitefish Point and the myriad of waterfalls in the U.P. were excellent too. Of course living in Michigan’s U.P. makes me biased… We would like a certificate filled out for both of us, along with the window More

One of the Most Beautiful Places We’ve Ever Seen

We are very happy to inform you that we have completed the total Circle Tour this July/August. The trip began from our home in Bayfield, Wisconsin, on July 28, 2014 and ended there on Aug. 11, 2014. During the 14 days, we drove 1,673 miles and saw one of the most beautiful places we’ve ever seen in all of our world travels. What made it so special was that not More