Superior National Forest Guide

Superior National Forest was established in 1909. It features more than 695 square miles of surface water and contains diverse habitats, such as a boreal forest ecosystem, watersheds, hills, and meadows. Visitors to the national forest can partake in recreational activities like boating, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and more. On the shores of Lake Superior, you will be able to access many lake amenities like fishing piers, swimming beaches, and picnic areas. There are also numerous developed and primitive camping sites, many of which are next to bodies of water. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Superior National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Superior National Forest

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How to get to Superior National Forest

Address: 8901 Grand Ave Pl, Duluth, MN 55808

Fee: Entry fee $0

Spending time in Superior National Forest is one of the best ways to explore the region between Lake Superior and Canada. There is plenty to do throughout any season, but driving an RV on a road trip through the forest will allow you to easily access most areas. There are a number of natural landmarks like Lake Superior, Isle Royale National Park, and Voyageurs National Park that are nearby, and you are sure to have a great time both inside and just outside of the national forest.