Gooseberry Falls State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 74
Gooseberry Falls is the gateway to the North Shore. It is known for its spectacular waterfalls, river gorge, Lake Superior shoreline, Civilian Conservation Corps log and stone structures, and north woods wildlife.
Listen to the thunderous roar of the Upper, Middle and Lower Falls of the Gooseberry River as it plummets through a rocky gorge. Watch for waves, ships, or the moon rise on Lake Superior from an ancient lava flow known as the Picnic Flow. Look at some winter pictures and check out these latest photos of the ice going out.
Hike or ski to see the Fifth Falls through a forest of evergreens, aspen, and birch.
Enjoy camping in modern campsites, picnicking, and relaxing along the Lake Superior shoreline or the Gooseberry River.
To get the most out of your visit, stop by the Joseph N. Alexander Visitor Center where you can find park information, interpretive displays, a park video, Nature Store, and more. Or visit the Gateway Plaza for outdoor interpretive signs on area resources and history.
Campgrounds: The park has 69 non-electric sites. Camping is available year-round. Three group campsites are also available. After snowfall, the park campsites are walk-in only (campground roads are not plowed).
Electric Sites: No electric sites at this park.
Reservations: Reservations are recommended during late spring, summer and for fall weekends.
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