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Beautiful areas and a few 100 feet from the campground you have access to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area. The sunsets on Lake Superior are breathtaking. Note: there are no grates for cooking on the firepits.
We spent four nights and five days in Porcupine Mountains. Hands down this was our best family vacation yet. The view is absolutely breathtaking, and the waterfalls in this Campground are spectacular! The trails are great, there was a lot of rain so some of...More
My uncle and friend stayed here for a night on a primitive sight and it was cheap. The road to get there was a fun winedy road that was fun on bikes. The hikes were about half a mile to see falls which was a...More
Camped for 3 nights, Sunday through Wednesday. Walk in sites are close to water pumps which is handy. Carried food and gear in 2 canvas gags and 2 totes. We put food back in the car each night but could leave totes stacked under picnic...More
The sites were supposed to be rustic, yet you were still stacked on top of your neighbors. And the vault toilets need to be emptied out.. badly. The constant screaming of small children made our stay a lot less relaxing... From 6 am to 10...More