Lighthouses, Waterfalls and Lakeside Vistas

We started our tour in Duluth and traveled clockwise around the lake. Although rainy through most of our journey, the scenery was beautiful. We cycled the paved trail from Gooseberry Falls to Silver Bay, MN (about 37 miles round trip). The trail was wonderful. We camped in our “Little Guy” teardrop camper and the campgrounds were plentiful with wonderful sites. (If you use an electric hookup, bring an extension for Canada…the sites are often huge with a long run from your camper location to the electric service drop.) Securing a campsite in the Ontario Provincial parks was a bit difficult because the parks were not staffed (after Sept 2nd) and it was difficult to know which sites were available on “first come-first served” basis. Get Canadian cash as you will need it for the on-site self registration. Roads were wonderful. We had cell and data service through most of the trip (Cricket Wireless, using the AT&T network and free roaming) which was useful for navigation and planning our next day’s travels.

Dave & Thena Stevens, Waukesha, WI