September 17, 2021 - reviewed by Marlin Hostvet
Small quiet campground on the sandy shores of Lake Superior. Nice long beach and modern boat launch. Bring coins for showers and cash for firewood. Some RV sites are quite small and close together. You may need an extension cord for your RV power too.
October 31, 2020 - reviewed by Tom Griswold
Clean and quiet. Gorgeous view of lake. Great boat launch and beach walk. Suggestion to first timers here. Some sites share power hook ups. My neighbor already plugged into the 30 amp. Luckily I had a cord that allowed me to plug into the 50 amp and convert down to 30 amp. Also our site didn’t have water.
July 12, 2020 - reviewed by John
Tent sites are small and crowded, not with the main camping area. The campground is operated by the town of Reynolds, which is part of an Indian reservation. When we were unloading our gear from a day kayak trip, we were informed by a ranger that the beach shelters were not available for us to use, even for a few minutes, and that they were only for the use of tribal members. We were treated like second-class citizens, and vowed never to return.
August 26, 2019 - reviewed by Gary F
Great access to the lake. Spaces a bit tight, but nice and quiet in the middle of the week.