Fantastic campground just outside Voyageurs Natl. Park. Over 50 spots for sure, and tons of vacant ones coming in at 6pm in August (Thursday though). Secluded spots in the woods, but be prepared for a lot of generator noise. $17 per night. Potable water and pit toilets. One of the only campgrounds in the area, so worth the money for sure.
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Great place to camp! $17/night with running water and there are vault toilets throughout the park. There are some spots near the lake but views may be obstructed due to trees. Quiet place and there’s a dock you can have lunch at. Plenty of hiking trails! Each site has a table and fire pit. Lots of mosquitoes here but the fires help.Report Check-In
Spend three nights on wonderful site overlooking the lake. Water has been shut off for the season already. $17 per night.Report Check-In
I stayed right at the entrance to the campground. There is a parking lot to the right before you enter. There is a sign that says overnight parking . I had no trouble . It was very quiet but there were a few vehicles entering the campground. Lots of bird noises and the wind. Very nice stay. Saved the $17 fee. No one else stayed in the lot.Report Check-In
Price upped to 17$/night. Water is also off in fall/winter to prevent pipes bursting I presume. About half of the lakeside sites were available in October, otherwise basically empty park. Beautiful! Bet the Aurora is awesome hereReport Check-In
Would be an excellent campground if not for the generators running non stop. No quite hours designated, so people were firing them up as early as 7 and not turning them off until midnight.Report Check-In
We stayed here for a week, it was great. Pit toilets, beach on Lake Kab, dumpsters, No showers, running water (but unable to hook up a hose to them).Report Check-In
Fantastic campground just outside Voyageurs Natl. Park. Over 50 spots for sure, and tons of vacant ones coming in at 6pm in August (Thursday though). Secluded spots in the woods. $14 per night. Potable water and pit toilets. One of the only campgrounds in the area, so worth the money for sure.Report Check-In