Very nice State Park with lots of hiking trails. Waterfalls abound in this park. Most of the campsites are on the smaller side. Many of them will not accommodate a large tow vehicle trailer combination. A few sites will easily accommodate a larger camper / 5th wheeler. No electric sites at this state park. Dump station is well placed. Friendly / helpful staff. Campground is within 5 miles of Grand Marais MN. Lots to do and see in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is really nice if you don't mind non-electric sites. The hiking is fabulous to the falls and to the overlook of the entire area and Lake Superior. Breathtaking. We hiked north on Lake Superior the next day. The rocks and view is just beautiful. The beauty of the park made up for no electricity. The ranger was so helpful in mapping out where to go and what we should see. She told us to visit Grand Marais' Artist Point. Cool rocks that people made into art. The campground hosts were so friendly. They told us about a lodge/game room with electricity behind their site where we could make coffee or charge up cell phones/iPods. On our last night the hosts came around at 10:00 pm to let us know that a bear was sighted at the falls earlier that day. Guess who paid us a visit in our campsite #A1? An young black bear looking for snacks. We slept in our van and our friends in the back of their SUV. Otherwise, we camped in a tent. Each site was full every day. More of a tent and pop-up campground. Big rigs couldn't let slide-outs out in some sites. I really want to come back here, but with our small travel trailer. We camped here in a Tent.