RV Accessible Archives - Page 3 of 41 - Lake Superior Circle Tour

en fr
December 17th, 2021

Little Cabin Café at Keweenaw Mountain Lodge

The Little Cabin Café is located in Copper Harbor in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. Situated at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge, it is the ideal place to fuel your morning adventures. Start with your choice of roast coffee, flavored latte, cappuccino, espresso, or Americano. Begin your day the right way with a breakfast burrito or bowl and […]

Read More
October 15th, 2021

Chippewa Park Tourist Camp

Chippewa Park Tourist Camp is located in Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. The campground offers tent and RV sites and log cabin rentals. There are 26 RV sites with 15/30/50 amp service along the shore of Whisky Jack Creek with a comfort station and showers. There are seven wheelchair accessible log cabins. Each equipped […]

Read More
September 15th, 2021

Red Chairs - Terrace Bay Beach

Red Chairs – Terrace Bay Beach are located in Terrace Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. You can find the chairs on the trail off of the east end of the Terrace Bay Beach Boardwalk. Follow the white markers, the trail is classified as moderately difficult. There is a little climbing over rocks but the trail […]

Read More
June 17th, 2021

Terrace Bay Beach

Terrace Bay Beach is located Terrace Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. This is a sandy beach on the shore of Lake Superior and the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. The beach is a wonderful spot to get a view of the caribou populated Slate Islands Provincial Park and the lower falls of Aguasabon. Amenities […]

Read More
April 14th, 2021

James Duncan Nature Trail

Difficulty – Moderate The James Duncan Nature Trail is located in the Big Trout Bay Nature Reserve in Neebing in Ontario’s Superior Country just southwest of Thunder Bay. The James Duncan Nature Trail provides hikers with an opportunity to experience spectacular views out over Lake Superior and the wonders of this 1,000 hectare (2,500 acre) […]

Read More
March 30th, 2021

Ironwood Historic Depot Museum

The Ironwood Historic Depot Museum is located in Ironwood in Michigan’s Gogebic County. This red brick train depot was constructed for the Chicago & Northwestern railroad in 1893 to accommodate the booming iron mining industry. The rail service ended in 1970 and today the depot is utilized as a museum that showcases the history of […]

Read More
March 25th, 2021

Slate Island Brewing Company

Slate Island Brewing Company is located in Terrace Bay  (approx. 2 hours east of Thunder Bay) in Ontario’s Superior Country. It is a small craft brewery on the northern shore of Lake Superior. They love to experiment with different beers. They are just starting out in their first year of operation – currently selling retail only. […]

Read More
March 18th, 2021

The Washburn Inn

The Washburn Inn and Harbor View Event Center are located in Washburn in Wisconsin’s Bayfield County. They offer a first class experience with recently remodeled, clean, and comfortable rooms in the heart of Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay. Their slogan is “We’re in the Middle of it All” and it’s easy to see why. Experience Washburn, […]

Read More
March 4th, 2021

Quetico Provincial Park

Quetico Provincial Park is located in Atikokan in Ontario’s Superior Country. It is adjoined to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota. Quetico is world renowned for backcountry canoeing with over 2,000 lakes and 460,000 hectares of remote wilderness and endless opportunities for adventure. The park has over 2,200 backcountry campsites to explore. Over […]

Read More
March 4th, 2021

Jay Cooke State Park

Jay Cooke State Park is located in Carlton in Minnesota’s Carlton County 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Duluth. The Park was established in 1915 when the St. Louis River Power Company donated 2,350 acres of land. Additional sections have been added over the years giving Jay Cooke State Park its present size of 8,125 […]

Read More
March 4th, 2021

Horseshoe Falls

Horseshoe Falls is located in Munising in Michigan’s Alger County. This is a scenic spring fed waterfall with a 20 foot drop. Water from the falls cascade into a pond that over 200 rainbow trout inhabit. It is privately owned and includes a charming gift shop, picnic area, scavenger hunts and visitors can even feed […]

Read More
February 8th, 2021

The Original Wawa Goose

The Original Wawa Goose is located in Wawa in Ontario’s Algoma Country. Standing outside Young’s General Store you’ll find what was once the World’s Largest Goose until it was replaced and surpassed by an even larger goose in 1963. It was replaced a third time and the latest Goose can be found at the Wawa […]

Read More

Still unsure about the tour? Order the Guide!

Order Guide