Brule River State Forest is on the southwest corner of Lake Superior along U.S. Highway 2 in the town of Brule. Brule River State Forest features exceptional trout fishing many other opportunities as well for recreational activities. Some of the main things to do in Brule River State Forest include fish, river paddling, wildlife viewing, hiking and more. The Brule River State Forest features two campgrounds the Bois Brule Campground and the Copper Range Campground.
The Bois Brule Campground has sites available for tenting and a trailer or RV as well. There are public washrooms and a hand pump for drinking water available. The campground also features a canoe landing and picnic area.
The Copper Range campground has the same features such as public washrooms, hand pump for drinking water, and is also close to the canoe landing and some popular fishing holes. The Brule River State Forest is the most know for the amazing 44-mile-long Bois Brule River which flows right through the park gives travelers so many opportunities to get the most of their natural experience. From world class trout fishing to paddling excursions you can’t go wrong with staying in this park.