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RV or Tent Campgrounds
Tent and RV camping

Campgrounds for
tents and RVs

Eastern Side Campgrounds
Arrowhead Trail
Caribou Trail
Grand Marais
Gunflint Trail
HWY 61
Lake Superior
North Shore
Sawbill Trail

Quetico Park/North Side Campgrounds - Ontario Canada

HWY 11
Western Side Campgrounds
Crane Lake
Echo Trail
Fernberg Trail
Hwy 169
Lac La Croix
Lake Vermilion

You may visit the Web sites linked below or go directly to our Quick Request Lodging Forms to get information mailed to you or a call back. Or check out the lodging specials page.

In The Eastern BWCA Area
Including Arrowhead Trail - Sawbill Trail - Grand Marais - Gunflint Trail - HWY 61 - North Shore
moose Golden-Eagle Lodge and Campgrounds
800-346-2203 or 218-388-2203
On Flour Lake, 9 campsites for RV or tents with water and electric (20,30,50amp) hook-ups, heated shower house, a dump station; swimming beach and hiking trails from your door. The resort also has 10 lakeshore modern private cabins; 1 Guest Suite, lodge with store; docking; fishing with boat and motor or pontoon and canoe rental. Plus Tipi and nature programs for the family.
moose Gunflint Pines Campground On the south shores of Gunflint Lake, just off of the Gunflint Trail. Eighteen spacious campsites with modern bath facilities, hot showers, electrical and water hookups. Each site is level, wooded, has a picnic table, fire ring and we provide firewood free of charge. Our lodge has groceries, a gift shop and a food shop. Many visitors stay here before or after visiting the BWCA or Quetico Park.
In The Western BWCA Area
Including Babbit - Buyck - Crane Lake - Echo Trail - Ely - Fernberg Trail, Minnesota
moose Boundary Waters Outfitters  Offering new family style Bunkhouses, Camping or Motel accommodations. Kevlar, Feather-Light and Ultra-Light canoe trip packages to choose from. Partial canoe trip outfitting is available. Family vacation packages, along with group discounts for non-profit organizations. Offering Fly-In, and Guided Trips. Canoe Trip Route planning available. For the fisherman let us put you on some of the most productive fishing waters in the BWCA. These are the waters we fish ourselves. Outfitting BWCA canoe trip travelers since 1939. A full service canoe trip outfitter serving ALL Ely area BWCA entry points. Direct access to the BWCA by water. Excellent equipment with very competitive prices.
moose Canoe Country Outfitters Campground Located on Moose Lake, 20 miles east of Ely and gateway to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA). Tent sites include picnic tables, free firewood and use of showers.  RV sites have water, electric and sewer hook-up.  Our services include boat-motor-canoe rentals, convenience store, guide service, laundry  facility, sauna, hiking trails, playground.  Cabins and canoe trip outfitting also available.
moose Canoe Country Canoe Outfitters  Services include Complete and Partial Ultra Light Canoe Outfitting, motel-bunkhouse- campground accommodations, van & towboat shuttles, fly-ins, special youth group rates. Canoe rental brands are Grumman, Alumacraft, Wenonah and Souris River canoes. Founded in 1946, Canoe Country Canoe Outfitters continues to be one of the largest and most successful canoe trip outfitters in the BWCA-Quetico Park Wilderness. Our years of experience and knowledge of the area, coupled with personalized canoe trip orientation, assures our customers a safe, exciting and memorable time. From our two locations, downtown Ely and on Moose Lake, we are able to efficiently service all area entry points.
moose Timber Trail Campgrounds Lakeshore sites with panoramic views or a secluded wooded site tucked into the forest. All have water and electric hookups; some available with full hookups. Bath house with hot showers and modern restrooms centrally located. Dock space available. Each site has picnic table, charcoal grill, and fire ring. Large sites available for RVs and motor homes.
Quetico Park/North Side Campgrounds- Ontario Canada
Including Atikokan - HWY 11
moose Seine River Lodge  Our campsites are all very well shaded and are amply spaced to ensure privacy. Choose from the undeveloped west end of the camp featuring a beautiful wilderness setting or the east end nearer to the store and boat launch area. All sites are a stone's throw from the lake allowing you to fish or swim only steps from your base. A number of sites have electrical and water hook ups to accommodate RV's and all sites include a picnic table and fire ring with split wood located across from the nearby camp office and store.
moose QuetiQuest Paddling Adventures in the Quetico and White Otter Provincial Parks  A paradise awaits you at QuetiQuest, the ecotour division of Camp Quetico in Ontario, Canada. Equipped with top-of-the-line equipment, QuetiQuest offers full and partial outfitting for custom-designed canoeing and kayaking expeditions. And, a friendly and experienced staff ensures even novices a fun and safe experience.

Note: There are no structures available inside the interior of the Boundary Waters or Quetico Park. Mechanized items such as vehicles or bicycles are prohibited. All facilities represented are along the periphery of the area.

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