Cascade River State Park located in Lutsen in Minnesota’s Cook County was originally established as of 1957 and is known for its rocky terrain and having more of a rustic or rough landscape. Cascade River State Park is on the Northern tip of Lake Superior along highway 61. Cascade River State Park features it’s large and stunning river where you can view falls cascading over the rocky terrain. Some of the main thing to do in Cascade River State park include observing wildlife, camping, hiking, fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
Cascade River State Park campground is open mid-May to September and has sites available for RVs (length of 35’ or smaller) and tenting. You have the option of a non-electric site, pull through site, tent only site and backpack sites. The campground offers seasonal flush toilets and showers as well as vault toilets. There are dumping stations and firewood and ice is sold within the park. You can reserve your spot ahead of time.