Echo Trail Outfitters & Resort

Address: 2239 Echo Trail, Ely, Minnesota, 55731, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 2239 Echo Trail, Ely, is near North American Bear Center, Dorothy Molter Museum, Bear Head Lake, and Sheridan Street.
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Travel Blogs from Ely

Exploring Boundary Waters

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Aug 18, 2014

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... br> We watched them getting fed by hand and learned a little bit about their habits and almost extinction due to bounties on their heads which were in place up until the 1950's. They looked like big dogs and the most interesting thing for me was the family tree that showed how many popular breeds of domestic dogs came into being, all of which originated with the wolf.

Not a bad way to spend a rainy day.
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Minneapolis to Ely

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Aug 17, 2014

Summary

Drove 246 miles in 5 hours.

Highlights

Awoke to a dreary, cold and rainy day, weather that I think is more typical here than the previous two hot sunny days. We were strapped in for a long drive anyway so luckily for us it didn't really matter.

Our usual picnic lunch en route was foiled as we were too cold to eat outside of the car, so had to make do ...

Canoe Camping with Carol and Karl

A travel blog entry by luckysfamily on Jun 25, 2012

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... Tara took to it all right away, and Glenn was a trooper, though not enjoying the muddy spots. Kevin, Carol, and Karl's experience guided us through the tough day which ended with setting up camp where we would stay four nights. The lake turned out to be nice for swimming and doing day trips, but not so good for fishing. Tara caught a Bass and Kevin a Walleye. Karl also caught a fish but ...

Extreme Camping

A travel blog entry by kberger on Jun 18, 2012

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We caught TONS of giant smallmouth bass! The weather was decent, except for a couple of super windy days. We managed to avoid any bears or scary wildlife...just lots of chipmunks! As usual, the scenery was great. There's just something so cool about nature that's virtually untouched by man.
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The great outdoors!

A travel blog entry by storbakken2000 on Sep 01, 2011

... hands on and staying up all night polluting the quiet wilderness that is the great outdoors. Bear Head is completely and utterly anything but. We stayed at a tent campsite, which includes the staples of any camp site; fire pit, picnic table and flat, boulder free ground to set your tent on. Our site was surrounded by ample greenery, enough to give each camper a sense of seclusion and privacy. Outhouses were but a 2 or 3 ...