Gooseberry Falls State Park is located near Two Harbors in Minnesota’s Lake County was originally established as of 1937 and is known for the gorgeous Gooseberry Falls. The park is on the north shores of Lake Superior along highway 61. Gooseberry Falls features upper, middle, and lower falls for viewing. Some of the main things to do include viewing the scenic waterfalls and Lake Superior shoreline, visiting places such as the Visitor Center, nature store, historic CCC Log, and stone structures. The park also offer multi-use accessible trails and a gateway plaza.
You also have the option to camp at the park. There are over 60 sites available for tenting, trailers or RVs with a maximum length of 40 feet. There are no electric sites available at the park. The park also offers public showers and bathrooms, and seasonal dump station.