Travel Blogs from Crane Lake
2 weeks ago, if you asked me where we were going I would have said across I-90 to Ohio with maybe a stop in Chicago area. Well, we skipped Chicago and still plan to visit my cousin in Ohio, but we decided to take a detour up north.
And here we are in Voyageurs National Park! Sraddha thought this was one National Park that she would never be able to visit. It is in a very remote area of northern Minnesota, ...
... moment for evening baths).
On the road tomorrow, the beginning of
August, to try random camping north of Thunder Bay... More adventures
to be posted soon...
- No back-country campsite location
maps are sold at this park; finding a site is part of the wilderness
- From Park Ranger: Black Flies are
... the Caliper Lake Provincial Park
which opened the day we arrived. Scored a lakeside campsite that was
easy to drive in but a little bit of hell getting out the next
morning. The wind off the lake kept both mosquitoes and Black Flies
away while we had an organic pasta dinner with Tofurky.
Left early the next day since this
campground was a little on the ...
North Face hiking boots are not waterproof :((.
- Chippewa Site 11:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=48.66555,-91.1366 0&ll=48.66555,-91.13660&ie=UTF8 &z=12&om=1
... basic but tasty home cooking. Jack had a Salisbury steak and I enjoyed the hamburger. The wine selection was red or white. Jack selected a large red wine while I opted for a small white. We were stunned when the waitress delivered a 12oz glass to Jack (about $8.00) and a very full 6oz size to me. We picked up a home-baked butter tart that was absolutely delicious. We bought 2 more for the road and at this rate, we will be rolling down the road without the use of our car. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility