The Gunflint Trail, located in northern Minnesota and just north of Grand Marais, features several campgrounds along its 60 mile journey. There are many businesses, scenic overlooks, lakes for recreation, hiking opportunities, and access points to the BWCA along this beautiful scenic highway. The Gunflint Trail is surrounded by Boreal Forest and is an excellent place for a camping trip, hiking trek, or fishing adventure. Wildlife sightings are numerous and the beauty is immeasurable. Along the Trail you will find rustic campgrounds, modern facilities, and RV camping sites that offer hook-ups.
Golden Eagle Lodge Campground is located on the quiet shores of Flour Lake. Featuring 9 campsites, each has water and electric hookups (20, 30, and 50 amp service), a picnic table, and fire ring. A dump station is also available. There is a shower house that contains 2 full size, modern bathrooms with hot water, sink, shower, and flush toilets. One bathroom is wheelchair accessible with a roll in shower. Canoe, kayak, boat and motor, and pontoon rentals are available at the Lodge. Nature programs available for guests June through August.
The Flour Lake Campground is a 37 site, United States Forest Service Federal campground, located on Flour Lake. The campground has vault toilets and two solar wells for drinking water. Each site is equipped with a fire grate and picnic table. Flour Lake serves as an entry point into the BWCA through two portages on its east end, one into Moon Lake and the other into East Bearskin Lake. Some lake front sites are available.