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If you're looking for a lakeside campground in northern Minnesota, look no further than HooDoo Point Campground. The RV park is situated on the edge of Lake Vermillion, a large body of water perfect for a variety of watersports, including swimming, boating, and much more. A sandy beach and several boat launches make accessing the water a simple process. If you prefer to admire the lake from a distance, there's a game room and playground to enjoy on-site. Pets are welcome, so Tower campers can bring their four-legged friends along on their adventure.
While camping at HooDoo Point Campground, you'll have everything you need for a peaceful camping experience. There are over 70 gravel campsites, about a third of which provide water and electric hookups that support 20/50 amp electrical hookups. The rest of the sites are basic and offer a no-frills camping experience. Big rigs are allowed, and pull-through sites are available. The campground has a few added extras, such as restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
When you book an RV in St Louis County, you'll be the heart of Minnesota's wilderness surrounded by forests and lakes, which is ideal for avid outdoor adventurers. The park is surrounded by three different state forests, as well a chain of lakes so you won't be short of peaceful countryside to enjoy. As well as these natural areas, the nearby city of Tower provides some attractions, and if you want to see some of Minnesota's best spectacles, the city of Duluth is less than two hours' drive away and has several exciting places to check out.
Exploring such a large area can be a daunting prospect, and there are several state parks in the area that will make exploring much easier. The nearest park, Bear Head Lake State Park, features dense woodlands surrounding the 650-acre Bear Head Lake. This park is perfect for hiking, and during your hike, you should keep an eye out for local wildlife such as bald eagles, black bears, chipmunks, and more. If you'd rather enjoy the vast lake, the gentle water is perfect for canoeing, and if you're looking to catch some fish, you can hook walleye, trout, crappie, and more.
Another nearby park worth visiting is McCarthy Beach State Park. This scenic state park is located on Sturgeon Lake and features one of the best freshwater beaches in the country. The half-mile-long beach is popular thanks to the lake's shallow water, which extends far off the shore before getting deeper. Miles of trails lead through the woods and up hills, and during your walk, keep an eye out for some of the park's 170 different species of birds. Some of the park's wildlife include great blue herons, black bears, and white-tailed deer.
When you rent a motorhome in northern Minnesota, you may want to branch out and see one of the parks along Lake Superior. Tettegouche State Park is one of the closest to the HooDoo Point Campground and features cliffs and rocky bluffs overlooking Lake Superior and the Baptism River. Due to the abundance of cliffs in the park, this area is a favorite spot for rock climbing and hiking, with the cliffs offering beautiful panoramic views of the region. Birdwatching is another popular pastime, and there have been over 50 different species observed at the park, including woodpeckers, kinglets, and finches.
Campers in northern Minnesota might want to plan a trip to Duluth. The Great Lakes Aquarium is one of Duluth's premier attractions. It features local and exotic marine creatures from across the world. Some of the weird and wonderful critters on display include lake sturgeon, electric eels, and zebra sharks. The aquarium also runs animal encounters where you can feed and touch rays and jellyfish.
There are also some fascinating museums worth visiting during your trip with an RV rental near Tower. Also in Duluth, the Lake Superior Railroad Museum is one of the most popular, and documents the history of train travel along Lake Superior. There are several classic train carriages and engines on display at the museum, including steam engines dating back to 1906 and electric locomotives dating back to 1915. Visitors can climb aboard many of the classic train cars and see what it was like to operate the powerful engines.
If you're camping with kids near Duluth, consider a trip to Lake Superior Zoo. While this zoo is small, it's full of fun attractions for all ages. It has some intriguing critters on display, including African lions, ring-tailed lemurs, and two-toed sloths. The zoo also features animal encounters, where you can get up close to critters such as snapping turtles, parrots, and more. There's even a zoo train if you want to experience the zoo's animals in a different way.