Lady Bug Lodge

2279 Grant McMahan Blvd., Ely, Minnesota, 55731, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 2279 Grant McMahan Blvd., Ely, is near International Wolf Center, North American Bear Center, Jim Brandenburg Gallery, and Voyageur Outward Bound School.
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    Travel Blogs from Ely

    Canoe Camping with Carol and Karl

    A travel blog entry by luckysfamily on Jun 25, 2012

    9 photos

    ... just were not biting much.

    We stayed at the lake the first day and relaxed somewhat getting used to the surroundings. We all did a day trip the second day which took us right up to the border with Canada on a lake to the North. The third day Kevin, Karl, and Dave took a day trip East to another pretty lake, but we had to endure a flooded portage due to all the rain. Kevin was the go-to ...

    Extreme Camping

    A travel blog entry by kberger on Jun 18, 2012

    13 photos

    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

    If you haven't been to northern Minnesota before, I suggest you add it to your list of places to go. On our latest outdoor adventure, my boyfriend Jason and I ventured to the north woods and made a stay at Minnesota's nicest and most scenic state park, Bear Head State Park. When most people think of state park camping, they might imagine a bunch of young 20 somethings all hopped up on who knows what, drinking whatever they can ...

    MN: Pull over!!!

    A travel blog entry by carlos.chavez on Jun 11, 2011

    ... also learned about scat, which they found interesting and kind of gross. She also had the hooves of different animals that wolves eat. Then we headed off to lunch at the Grand Ely Lodge. We all had a good lunch, and headed off to the Bear center. We arrived right at feeding time. Two of the male bears (Ted and Lucky) were out having a lunch of grapes, watermelon, cranberries, apricots, and lettuce. ...

    Paul & Jorge's Wilderness Adventure

    A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Sep 04, 2009

    26 photos

    ... US side). The island was literally about 20' x 20'. We then canoed to our campsite which was about an hour and a half away. Saw our first bald eagle (of many) at the first island we passed. We picked a campsite that sat on a high penninsula that looked down Lac La Croix. I'd like to say that we really roughed it, but our guide, Jason (whom we dogsledded with in January) brought all the comforts of ...