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The best camping near Duluth, Minnesota.

Where the intrepid camper can explore historical marvels alongside natural wonders.


Kingsbury Creek Paradise
Kingsbury Creek Paradise
Kingsbury Creek Paradise
Kingsbury Creek Paradise
Kingsbury Creek Paradise
Kingsbury Creek Paradise
100% 2 Responses
$22/night
Toni
Toni: This was an amazing place to stay. It was our first Hipcamp experience and it was every...
Camp Palustria
Camp Palustria
Camp Palustria
Camp Palustria
Camp Palustria
Cody
Cody: The campsite is okay and is exactly as listed. However, we were not warned that the "h...
Dust off your boat, camping gear, and hiking shoes, because Duluth has it all. Bordering Lake Superior, Duluth sits as great gathering point for all things water sports, ice fishing, and both long and short trail hiking. Nearby Jay Cooke State Park, Superior Municipal Forest, Cloquet Valley, and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest all have clear, well marked trail heads that Read more...
Dust off your boat, camping gear, and hiking shoes, because Duluth has it all. Bordering Lake Superior, Duluth sits as great gathering point for all things water sports, ice fishing, and both long and short trail hiking. Nearby Jay Cooke State Park, Superior Municipal Forest, Cloquet Valley, and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest all have clear, well marked trail heads that lead to easy, clear paths, as well as others that go through more skilled terrain. Rustic camping is common throughout the region, with more well ammentied options—including a tiny house and off-the-grid homestead—located just north of Duluth. Those who fancy themselves bird watchers can set their gazes toward the migratory and resident birds that regularly fly through. Hawk Ridge and Hartley Nature center. During the winter months, Northern Lights can be seen (with ease) at low-light camping destinations. Come to Duluth for the serene peace and quiet, but stay for the picture-perfect views of the Auroras and birds above your head.
Run wild
Run wild
Run wild
Run wild
Run wild
Patrick
Patrick: Nestled in heart of Gods country you can hike, ride, Kayak or just meander through the...
A view of the auroras from our barn! March 2018
Campsite #1! Off to the right is the communal fire pit. July 2018
Site #1 is very close to the barn and outhouse. It's down a small hill.
Further down the hill at site #1.
Dusty the barn cat enjoying his day! This is at the community fire ring by Campsite #1.
Amanda
Amanda: This particular campsite is handicap accessible and you may drive right to the site. It...
Minnesota Point boasts a 6-mile long freshwater sand spit, one of the most notable in the world.
Our barn with the Northern Lights <3
The path to the creek.
The exterior of the barn.
Inside the barn. (Work in progress!)
Gorgeous clouds over our weathered beauty of a barn.
Amanda
Amanda: These two campsites are across the wooden bridge and up a short-yet-steep hill. You...
The northern lights out by our barn. March 2018
The path down to the creek! March 2018
Our wonderful, rustic barn! March 2018
Our gorgeous barn with beautiful clouds overhead. July 2018
Campsite #1 with communal fire pit off to the right. July 2018
Amanda
Amanda: This particular campsite is perfect for an RV. You may drive right to your site and...
The Aerial Lift Bridge is Duluth's most beloved, well-known landmark and the first transporter bridge in the country.
The barn you'll be staying in. March 2018
Whitetail fighting
One of the deer stands.
View from the deer stand.
One of our hay fields.
Amanda
Amanda: Experienced hunters! If you are looking for a place to call home this upcoming season,...
A view of the St. Louis River.
Entrance to Camp Floodwood. Note the foliage and forest canopy.
Camp Floodwood
Camp Floodwood: All types of Hipcampers welcome! Sites, nestled under a forest canopy, are large enough...
The Duluth-Superior Harbor is the largest port on the Great Lakes.
Overlook
Here is the entrance of the campground. The trail is on the right of the sign
There will be tripods provided at community based fires.
My outdoor kitchen with water collection to wash dishes for larger events.
Working on building gardens.
North Shore ATV Camping
60% 5 Responses
$20/night
Jordan
Jordan: My wife and I stayed at this camp for 9 nights 10 days, and by far was the best camping...
Kids without technology in the outdoors!! OMG!
Another amazing sunrise...
Lush forest dots the landscape
Moose lake just 6 miles away in town shops and dining, gas and a full grocery store with chopped wood bundles available
Dixie
Dixie: Forty-acre farm along the dead moose river groomed hay fields and pastured area for...
Duluth is the western-most point at which ships from the Atlantic Ocean can travel, thanks to the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes.
Long Haul Homestead A-Frame
Long Haul Homestead A-Frame
Long Haul Homestead A-Frame
Long Haul Homestead A-Frame
Long Haul Homestead A-Frame
Brittany
Brittany: Steven and his family were very hospitable, showing us around their property and welcom...
Our home and gardens.
Our family.
A scene of pressing apples during one of our parties.  Communal fire ring in the back right.
Kids playground next to the house.
The trampoline
Jessica
Jessica: We had a very pleasant stay. They had a a couple hammocks and a fire pit with chairs ar...
The Hawk Ridge Observatory hosts thousands of birds every year, especially during the fall. The record was September 15, 2003 with 102,321.
The cabin
Drone shot of the cabin -- beautiful in the fall!
Driving up
Enjoying my morning tea
Eating breakfast
Cedar Log Cabin
100% 1 Response
$250/night
Ryan + Alex
Ryan + Alex: We loved our stay at Cedar Log Cabin! It was so cute and quaint. The cabin had such a g...
Open Horizons
Open Horizons
Open Horizons
Open Horizons
Open Horizons
Danielle
Danielle: Set up a tent on 40 acres of Minnesota Northwoods. Open Horizons has a sweet mix of...
Looking northwest over our garden.
Looking south
Boys drumming
Winter trail
Garden
North Woods Serenity
83% 3 Responses
$25/night
Serenity
Serenity: We camped up in the field which had a lovely view. There was not an established camp si...
Yurt in the Pines
Veggies
Yurt in the Pines
Yurt in the Pines
Yurt in the Pines
Yurt in the Pines
100% 3 Responses
$50/night
Ryan
Ryan: Bob and Roxanne ("BobandRox") were wonderful hosts who thought of everything to make ou...
Long Haul Homestead Tiny House!
Steven
Steven: Campsites are only accessible by either 4x4 vehicle (with 10 inches+ ground clearance),...
View in the treetops
Drink your morning coffee here
Sleep well here
Your fire pit
Your landmark
Pieter
Pieter: Cool spot, off a seldom traveled road w good access to lots of north shore highlights. ...
Morning sun spot on the lane
Sunset on the barn
A view from above
Love those fluffy alpacas!
Meet Gordon the alarm clock!
Lois
Lois: Yoga with goats meets camping with alpacas! We offer camping in the small animal...
Your private island is on the lower right.
18 hole Forest Ridges Golf Course is located nearby.
Cool events and activities are always happening on Lake Namakagon and in the Cable area.
Full service marina has over 40 boat & pontoons, canoes, SUP's and kayaks for all your rental needs
Great fishing for all game fish.  Walleye crappie, panfish northern and, the up north favorite, a trophy MUSKY!
PC
Pc: You'll be staying in a rustic Log Cabin with modern conveniences all on your own...