Camping the North Shore: A Guide to the Best Campgrounds in Minnesota's Spectacular Lake Superior Region (There & Back Guides) (Paperback)
Your guide to Minnesota's best places to camp
Unpack the best tips for a great North Shore vacation. Naturalist and outdoors expert Andrew Slade scouted nearly two thousand campsites in this spectacular region, seeking unique experiences and beautiful places to camp. Camping the North Shore not only guides you to the best of the best, it gives you fun activities and adventures for each location, complete with detailed maps and dozens of photographs. This guidebook will help you enjoy Lake Superior views, catch a nice fish, relax in peace and quiet, and find an ideal base camp to boat, hike, or even shop on the North Shore. For RV and tent campers, seasoned experts, and those new to camping, find your perfect place on the North Shore. From Jay Cooke State Park to the Gunflint Trail, from convenient campgrounds in town to wilderness campgrounds on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, this guidebook features 26 "best" North Shore campgrounds and describes 40 more--that's 66 campgrounds in all.
About the Author
Andrew Slade is a writer, naturalist, and educator who grew up exploring Minnesota's North Shore. He lives on the Lake Superior beach in Duluth. Andrew has hiked in 23 states. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in environmental education and from the University of Montana with a MS in environmental studies. He was a Fulbright scholar in Germany. He is also the author of Skiing the North Shore and Hiking the North Shore, and he blogs about North Shore trails, natural history, happenings, and more at www.bestnorthshore.com. Andrew has worked for environmental education and preservation organizations on the North Shore since 1992. You can reach him at email@example.com.