Superior National Forest

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  • Fees are collected for camping at the 23 Developed Campgrounds across the Forest.

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Directions

  • From Duluth: access SW end of forest (Iron Range area) via N Hwy 53; access center of forest (Ely area) via Hwy 53N then NE on Hwy 169; access E side of forest via Hwy 61 N (Gunflint Trail area).

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  • Year round

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  • Accessible to Disabled

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  1. Vermilion Falls

    Call: (218) 666-0020

    Vermilion Falls is a torrent of water cascading through a 10-foot wide chasm in the granite. It is part of the Vermilion River which runs north 40 miles from Lake Vermilion and empties into Crane Lake through the Vermilion Gorge. The ΒΌ mile round trip trail to the falls and observation deck is accessible and passes by three picnic sites which overlook the river. You may bring a portable charcoal grill or camp stove for cooking at the picnic sites. Campfires are not allowed. Please pack out all trash and protect this fragile area.

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