We started the circle tour at Sault Ste. Marie after traveling up from Pennsylvania. Traveling counterclockwise, we stayed at provincial parks and municipal campgrounds for most of the trip. We found the route to be RV friendly, with good roads and plenty of parking and pull-offs. Contrasting with our familiar Lake Erie shoreline, we were delightfully surprised by the number of islands and the beautiful uncrowded rocky shores. Highlights for us included the lookout point at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Grand Portage National Monument, and the Pictured Rocks Spray Cruise. On our last day we drove out to remote Whitefish Point and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum. It was a fitting finale to our trip and a somber reminder of the bravery of those who sail the Great Lakes. Two weeks was barely enough time to enjoy all that the tour has to offer. Lake Superior- may she remain wild and beautiful forever!
Craig and Barb Caldwell, Waterford, PA