Recreation

Skyline of from the Forest

In alignment with current federal, state and local guidance for social distancing and to ensure health safety of its employees, visitors and volunteers, the Superior National Forest has temporarily closed developed recreation facilities, including campgrounds and restrooms, as well as suspending trash pick-up until further notice.

Overnight camping is allowed in dispersed areas, select campgrounds and in the BWCAW Wilderness. The campfire ban has been lifted and campfires are allowed.


2,000 miles of trails designed for hiking, hunting, riding and more. The Superior National Forest offers an expansive variety of ways to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. It’s All Yours!

Get the most out of your visit. Know before you go.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Recreation Conditions Report

 Area Name Status Area Conditions
Birch Lake Campground & Backcountry Sites Open to Visitor Campground and boat ramp restrooms open June 1. Boat ramp open. Dispersed camping allowed. Backcountry sites open.
East Bearskin Lake Campground Open to Visitor Campground and Picnic sites open June 1. Boat ramp restrooms closed until further notice. Boat ramp open.
Fall Lake Campground Open to Visitor Campground, picnic sites, beach and restrooms open June 1. Trail and boat ramps open.
Fenske Lake Campground Open to Visitor Campground, picnic sites, beach and restrooms open June 1. Trail and boat ramps open.
Flour Lake Campground Open to Visitor Campground open June 1. Boat ramp restrooms closed until further notice. Boat ramp open.
Iron Lake Campground Open to Visitor OPEN JUNE 1
South Kawishiwi River Campground Open to Visitor Campground, picnic sites, beach and boat ramp restrooms open June 1. Trails and boat ramp open. Group Rental Pavilion closed until further notice.
Trail's End Campground Open to Visitor Campground to open June 1. Boat ramp restrooms closed until further notice. Boat ramp open.


https://www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/superior/recreation