The St. Louis River


The largest U.S. tributary to Lake Superior traveling 179 miles from Seven Beavers Lake to Lake Superior forming a 12,000 acre freshwater estuary.

Black bear, wolves, mink, otters, white tailed deer and red fox make their home here.

Among the 46 native fish species are Walleye, Sturgeon, Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Small-mouth Bass, Catfish, Crappie, Bluegill and Salmon.  Several species of freshwater mussels.

Bird species numbering 230.  The St. Louis River is a critical migratory stopover and breeding area for songbirds, raptors, shorebirds, water-birds, gulls and terns.

Amenities:


  • Canoe Rentals $35/day: Call 218-481-2541.
  • Small children playground
  • Free WIFI coverage through the campground
  • Hot showers and flush toilets (handicapped accessible)
  • Camp sites available with dock space
  • Boat tie ups
  • Concrete boat launch $4
  • Fishing pier
  • Sanitary dump station
  • 20/30/50 amp. service
  • Big Rig pull through sites
  • Tables and fire rings at each site
  • Restrooms
  • Self registration
  • Horseshoes  
  • Bean Bag Toss
  • Firewood $5/bundle

Nearby Features:


Adjacent to Chamber's Grove City Park with playground and picnic area
Located along the Alex Laveau Bike Route

COGGS Duluth Traverse Trail at Mission Creek 

Disc Golf, Biking and Hiking Trails - see "links" page
Jay Cooke State Park
Veterans Memorial
Fond du Lac Community Playground
Within 3 miles: bait, car wash, churches, groceries, hardware store, gas, laundromat, propane, and restaurants. 

Family Friendly & Privately Owned since  1961

Fond du Lac Campground