Whether you are camping or “glamping” Lake County is the place to go to for an outstanding camping experience. Below you will read about some state parks as well as campgrounds you can escape to in Lake County.
Right along Lake Superior, you will find Tettegouche State Park. This state park offers camping year-round, so whether you are looking for some summer rays or trying to “rough” it in the winter, Tettegouche is the spot to be. Tettegouche has 28 drive-in sites, 5 backpack sites, 6 walk-in sites. Learn more about what fees and amenities Tettegouche State Park has on their DNR page.
Gooseberry Falls State Park is another state park with great camping spots. The park features 69 drive-in sites. If you are traveling on the Lake Superior Water Trail, there is 1 kayak camping spot that is first come first serve, so you better paddle quickly. Learn more about what fees and amenities Gooseberry Falls State Park has on their DNR page.
If state parks aren’t what you had in mind, don’t fret because there are also several campground in Lake County to check out!
Penmarallter Campsite is located several miles southwest of Two Harbors. Penmarallter Campsite’s goal is to provide a comfortable camping experience for their guests. Features include wi-fi, firewood, and a shower house with flushing toilets. The campsite is accessible for RVs up to 50 feet. For more information on Penmarallter Campsite, visit their website.
Burlington Bay Campsite is located in Two Harbors, MN and is directly on Lake Superior. This campsite features 66 sites with water and electric hook-ups; 36 sites with water, electric and sewer hook-ups; and 34 sites with water, sewer, and 50 amp electric hook-ups. In addition, there are 10 primitive tent sites. Amenities include wi-fi, dump station, and ice. For more information and to book online visit Burlington Bay Campsite’s webpage.
If you want to go further north for your campground, visit Lamb’s Resort in Schroeder, MN. This campground features a bathhouse, wi-fi, an arcade, and a playground. Lamb’s Resort also sells firewood, ice, and they also have a gift shop. Pets are welcomed on the campsite but need to be registered for when booking a campsite. For more information on what fees and other features Lamb’s Resort has, visit their website.