Flour Lake Campground sits on the quiet shore of Flour Lake. The eastern edge of the lake defines the border of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Portages link Flour Lake with East Bearskin Lake and with Moon Lake, but be aware that if you enter the BWCAW, you will need a permit. Day use permits are available at no charge, inquire at the campground host site. Flour Lake provides great fishing for bass, walleye, and lake trout. The half mile Honeymoon Bluff Trail is just 1/4 mile up the road from the campground and offers a great vista of Hungry Jack Lake.
The eastern edge of Flour Lake is the border with the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. If you plan to enter the BWCAW, you will need either a self issued day use permit available at the campground or an overnight permit (see BWCAW page).
Maximum of nine people per site. There is space for one vehicle and one towed vehicle (such as a boat trailer). Additional vehicles on the site require additional half fee and must park on the spur. No vehicles may park on the grass or where they impede traffic.