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 Gumee RV Campground, a rather strange place but just on the shore of Lake Superior with lovely views of the Lake. We next ventured on to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park and then to Bayfield, WI where we stayed at a local campground for a few days while visiting a cousin who managed the Legendary Waters Casino and visiting the Apostle Islands. Finally we wound up at Indian Point Campground in Duluth.
In 2015 we traveled up the east coast with our new 26-foot Cougar trailer and Tahoe through Washington DC, over to Ohio and north to Michigan, the Bruce Peninsula of Ontario, and stopped at Sault Ste. Marie. We stayed at the Soo Locks Campground Aug. 2 for 3 nights. From the Soo we headed north over the top of Lake Superior. We stayed at Lake Superior Provincial Park, White Lake Provincial Park, and sleeping Giant Provincial Park for 3 days each. While there we explored Wawa, Thunder Bay and Marathon. Then we returned to Minnesota and stayed at Grand Marais Community RV Campground, then on to Indian Point Campground in Duluth.
So we completed the Loop in two segments. First Sault Ste. Marie to Duluth in the U.S., and second Sault Ste. Marie to Duluth via Ontario and Minnesota.
Joe Pokorney, Venice, FL