Can’t wait to go back!

I’m lucky enough to live on the Keweenaw Peninsula, so started here and went clockwise. Tried to hit most of the renowned rock picking beaches and though the lake was rough most days, found a good bunch of agates at the roadside beaches on the MN north shore and near Grand Marais, MI. Most amazing to me was Split Rock Lighthouse (MN) and the restored keeper’s home, the views from More

Wow! What a trip!

We started in Sault Ste. Marie and went around the lake that way. Next time we will go the other way I think. So much to see and do! Check out the Split Rock Lighthouse and all the other lighthouses for sure. If you want to go to Isle Royale State Park, you need to book the ferry very early in the season. Lots of cool visitor centers and also More

Lake Superior Circle Tour – Bucket List, check!

We traveled clockwise around the Big Lake; starting in Ironwood, MI at Little Girls Point. The lake water here was extremely dark red mud stained due to recent heavy rains and there was no swimming because of e-coli concerns. Our first night was spent in Bayfield, WI which was beautiful as always. We passed through Duluth/Superior without stopping if an effort to experience Gooseberry Falls and Split Rock Lighthouse (time More

Circle Tour by motorcycle.

One of the best rides we’ve ever taken with beautiful scenery around every bend. Started in Sault Ste. Marie and did the tour counter-clockwise with overnight stays in Wawa, Schreiber, Thunder Bay, Duluth, Ironwood, and Baraga. Highlights were the many waterfalls, Ouimet Canyon, Split Rock Lighthouse, and Copper Harbor. Highly recommend this tour. Dave & Sue Wurl, Rockford MI

Our Lake Superior Circle Tour

We flew in and out of Minneapolis, rented a car and started the tour in Duluth, MN. We arrived in Duluth on Sept. 19 and spent two nights there, drove clockwise and ended up completing the tour on Sept. 30. After our first two nights in Duluth, we spent one night each in Grand Marais, MN; Thunder Bay, ON; Terrace Bay, ON; Wawa, ON; Paradise, MI; Munising, MI; Silver Lake, More

Camp, Kayak and Golf…

We began our trip at Pictured Rocks with a day of hiking and a late afternoon of kayaking at dusk on Kingston Lake. The next day we golfed in Brimley overlooking the lake and the “1,000 footers.” We camped in “The Soo” to the pleasant sounds of ship horns heading into and out of the locks. After a morning of more ship viewing and stocking up on provisions, we had More

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