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In the northern reaches of Wisconsin, the Amnicon Falls State Park welcomes adventurous explorers to enjoy the powerful waterfalls and scenic hikes through the forest. When you’re exploring the northern Midwest with a motorhome rental, the RV campground at Amnicon Falls has the necessities you need.
While there are not any electric or water hookups for your RV rental on site, there are vault toilets available for campers to use. Guests will have access to clean drinking water at the campground. There is also a small camping store at the main office where you can pick up essentials like firewood. With relatively rustic amenities, you will be able to fully appreciate the natural world around you as you explore Amnicon Falls.
There are still several features to enjoy while camping at Amnicon Falls Campground. You can let the kids loose on the playground and sandbox so they can burn some energy before bed. There is even a giant activity field maintained just for families to enjoy a pick-up game of soccer, Frisbee, or anything else your travel crew enjoys.
When camping at Amnicon Falls State Park near Superior, Wisconsin, you should take some time to explore your home away from home. With several short trails, you can quickly and easily get to the various scenic spots within the park, such as the mighty waterfalls, meandering stream, and through the beautiful forests. If you’re visiting in the winter, you can enjoy the trails thanks to some snowshoeing. If you’re visiting in the summer, you can cool off by going for a quick swim in the Amnicon River.
Those who enjoy exploring the waterways of the world can head to Brule River State Forest near Maple, Wisconsin. With more than 40 miles of the Bois Brule River meandering through the forest, you can paddle down the river and enjoy the sights from a unique perspective. Or instead, you can take a dip in Rush Lake to cool off during those hot summer days. If you’d rather enjoy the park from dry land, you can head out on the 16-mile section of the North Country National Scenic Trail that cuts through the park. Regardless of how you plan to spend the day, you will be treated to some of Wisconsin’s most underrated scenic outlooks.
Just over the border into Minnesota is Jay Cooke State Park in Carlton, Minnesota. This historic state park offers visitors a unique insight into Minnesota history, with a suspended (and swinging) bridge over the river and even a historic cemetery. Apart from that, you can enjoy the various hiking trails that wind throughout the forest and along the St. Louis River. Birders will also enjoy the prime migratory location of this park. With over 150 different bird species spotted throughout the park, you can pick up a checklist at the main office and go on your own little scavenger hunt. With so many new things to see, there is plenty of exploratory potential in this charming state park.
The nearby town of Superior was once the entry point for a variety of shipping companies that used the St. Louis River and Great Lakes to transport goods. The Superior Entry Lighthouse was built in 1913 to assist those processes. Thanks to some maintained concrete walkways, you can head up to the lighthouse and get some unique photographs.
Also worth visiting when you book an RV in Douglas County is the Fairlawn Mansion & Museum. You can visit the historic house museum as it carefully works to preserve the memories of the Gilded Age, with various decorations, antique furniture, and numerous historical photographs. You can learn about life in the mid-to-late 19th century as you stroll around the gardens and through the home.
Just across the border into Duluth, Minnesota is the Lake Superior Zoo, with over 140 different animals, such as tigers, lions, and kangaroos. The zoo also boasts an indoor nocturnal building where you can see various “creatures of the night” in maintained night-like settings. The zoo also hosts a variety of events, so maybe you’ll be there for a holiday party or a wine night.
During your Amnicon Falls RV rental vacation, you may need to restock and refuel. There are a few grocery store and gas station options around Amnicon Falls. However, there are even more options in the nearby town of Superior.
After your day of exploring, treat yourself to some locally caught Great Lake salmon. If salmon isn’t your favorite, there are plenty of other seafood varieties on offer, such as bass, trout, and whitefish.