Breathtakingly Beautiful

My wife and I just completed the Circle Tour. It was breathtakingly beautiful. We started in Duluth on June 23 and returned to Duluth on June 28. We live in Baxter, Minnesota, and it was 1,550 miles door-to-door. Our favorite spots were: Pancake Bay Provincial Park with its endless beaches and the quaint town of Copper Harbor, Michigan, with its views from the Brockway Mountain highway. We are already planning More

One Week Was Too Short!

We went counterclockwise, starting in Duluth, Minnesota, on June 11, 2011. We camped in our RVs in Grand Portage on the first night. What surprised us most was that we thought the northern part of the lake, in Canada, was breathtakingly beautiful, almost like driving in the mountains! So many trees and so few people. The lake was so pristine looking from there! We camped the second night in Sleeping More


We did the Circle Tour clockwise leaving Duluth on June 13th and returning on June 21st. We had done portions of the tour over several years, but this was the first time for the section from Rossport to the Soo. One of our more pleasant stops was the Lake Shore Salzburger Hof Resort at Batchawana Bay. The housing was modest but clean and comfortable and the food was fantastic. The More

Remarkable Beauty

My wife and I recently completed the Circle Tour of Lake Superior. We were part of a motorcycle group, circling the lake in a counterclockwise direction. My wife and I rode our own motorcycle. We began and ended in Superior, Wisconsin, with stops in Houghton and Newberry, Michigan; Wawa and Thunder Bay, Ontario. We completed the tour on June 15, 2011. We felt completely welcome everywhere around the lake, but More

Pictured Rocks Was My Favorite Spot

My name is Rebecca Flesh and I went on the Lake Superior Circle Tour in May 2011! I go to Northland College and went for the May Term trip. I went with 15 other people on the trip. My favorite spot was Pictured Rocks. I don’t know, there is something about that place … it’s magic! The lake and the sky were the same color and we couldn’t tell where the More