We’ve moved around a lot over the years, sometimes voluntarily. Sometimes we camp in State or National Forest campgrounds, but more often than not we choose to go dispersed. While there are a few requirements, you can camp just about anywhere on state land with nothing more than a permit.
To learn more about camping and where to stay, visit the following link:
You can also download the permit for dispersed camping from this link:
We camped at the mouth of the Blind Sucker River where it meets Lake Superior’s shore and enjoyed beautiful sunsets/sunrises, rockhounding, hiking, and swimming