Campground ♦ Site Map
Camp Host Site #13
Three really nice lakeside decks for fabulous Lake Superior watching. This is near Site #91.
This one is between Sites #85 and #87.
This one is across from Site #76
Besides the large public playground and areas at the front of the campground seen on the general Park Scenes page, there is also this small playground across from Site #86.
There are also lots of these chairs scattered around the bluff for front row lakeside seats.
There are eight water fountains/faucets scattered through the campground.
There is only one bathhouse to serve the entire campground and it is near the front between Sites 13 and 17. It is large, kept immaculately clean, and I particularly liked how the shower stalls had skylights.
There are dual pit toilets between sites 38 & 39 on the far outside row, and between sites 47 and 49 on interior row, as well as two located at entrance to road leading to cabins.
I have pictures of a lot of other sites, so if you're interested in seeing something else in particular, please comment on this page and I will add them. Thanks!
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98 Total Sites – Campground Site Map showing layout
At the time of my visit, no 50 amp electric service at any site. No ADA accessible or pull through sites.
Make a Reservation Online. Campsites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance of arrival date. The lakeside sites go immediately, so be quick!
Malia's 2 Cents: A campground with mostly nice sized sites and a good blend of shaded and sunny areas, plus it's so close to the amazing shores of Lake Superior you'd be happy never to leave the park. But there's also so much to see in this gorgeous Keweenaw Peninsula area you could be gone all day, every day, exploring also. And did I mention how much I love being right on Lake Superior???
I have a built-in Verizon aircard in my Lenovo laptop. Since I have to work to support my travel habit, it's important that I have internet access. I could connect and work okay most of the time when I was in the RV, but the reception wasn't great and speeds were very slow. A few times I couldn't get a signal at all, but if I brought the laptop to the parking lot on the way to Breakwaters, it worked there, but still very slow.
I never could make a phone call from the RV – only on the lakeshore and at Breakwaters.
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