CanAm Around the Lake

We had the best time taking our Spyder around Lake Superior! Overall breath taking views of the lake all the way around. We had Great weather the entire time 70’s – mid 80’s every day. Missed the rain the entire trip. We were too early for most of the fall colors, but did see some. Favorite touristy spots – Gooseberry Falls (MN), Fort William, Kakabeka Falls (Thunder Bay area), Soo More

The Merry Widows on the Circle Tour

We started in Duluth, MN and ended in Ontonagon, MI. Or favorite stops in Minnesota were Two Harbors, Beaver Bay and Gooseberry Falls. The Ontario section of the trip included beautiful scenery. We stopped at the Diamond Willow Amethyst Mine just after a rain and found plenty of jewels. We enjoyed our dinner at the Serendipity Gardens Cafe in Rossport. White River, birthplace of Winnie the Pooh, was an educational More

Circle Tour Highlights

We traveled around the lake from June 4-11 and these were our highlights: Gooseberry Falls, the driving in the U.P. and Ontario, The Old Rittenhouse Inn, Apostle Islands Cruise, the fish fry at the Ramada in Hurley, Glensheen Mansion and staying at the South Pier Inn, in Duluth. Terry & Kristi Teeple, Monroe, IA

Great Scenery

My husband and I have been to Lake Superior five times, beginning in September 2005. During that trip with my brother and sister-in-law, we stayed in Michigan, visiting Sault Ste. Marie, Tahquamenon Falls, Munising and Copper Harbor among other places. We especially enjoyed going through the locks in Sault Ste. Marie and the boat ride to see Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Out time was limited, so we were able to More

Great Family Trip

We had a great family trip around Lake Superior which we completed on Aug. 26, 2016. Some of our favorite places/experiences included: 1. Da Yooper Tourist Trap in Ishpeming, Michigan. 2. Gooseberry Falls State Park in Minnesota. 3. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan. 4. Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan. Marena Lewis, Williston, ND Kristin Lewis, Minneapolis, MN Sarah & Eric Lewis, Morris, MN

Circuit Completed

My husband and I embarked on the circle tour on Aug. 2 (Tuesday) and completed it on Aug. 13 (Saturday) with a thoroughly enjoyable amble around the Lake by car. Favorites included: Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock Lighthouse, Fort William, the Kinniwabi Pines Restaurant in Wawa, the Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and the charming village of Bayfield, Wisconsin. Marcia & Michael Carle, Strasburg, PA

Our Lake Superior Circle Camping Trip

We began in Toronto, north to Algonquin Provincial Park on July 13, then to Killarney Provincial Park (strictly speaking Georgian Bay, but gorgeous), past Sault Ste. Marie to Rabbit Blanket campground in Lake Superior Provincial Park. Absolutely fantastic sights and great hiking! And between the thunderstorms the weather was brilliant! Next we camped at Pukaskwa National Park for wild and beautiful vistas. Bald eagles on a tree over our tent More

Well Worth It

My family and I were visiting family in Minnesota and were told about the Circle Tour of Lake Superior. We took in the views and a couple of ships at the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior. The Upper Peninsula of Michigan offers some great views of the lake. The Canadian side is just as good. Some nice places to stop along the way include Ouimet Canyon, Split Rock Lighthouse, 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

A Beautiful, Scenic Ride Around Lake Superior

We left from Ishpeming and traveled east to the Canadian border, taking our time to take in all of the beautiful scenery. We stopped at the Lake Superior Provincial Park and hiked down to the Indian Pictographs. This is a piece of history that is slowly disappearing. We visited many many waterfalls and made our way to Wawa and then westward towards Thunder Bay. After that the trip south along More