Overall, we really liked visiting Fall Creek Falls SP. we brought our 39' fifth wheel trailer. I would not recommend entering the park via the north entrance with the RV in tow. We camped on site E219. It is on a very tight circle which we navigated (barely) without contacting trees. Backing down into the circle would have been the better plan. Our site, though quite large and deep, was only usable at the end due to slant. Once level, the front of the RV was 5" off the ground.
The park itself was a natural wonder. They hadn't had much rain so the waterfalls were not flowing impressively. Still all were very nice to see. Signage throughout the park was faded and hard to read. Most of the trails were pretty rough and past attempts to stabilize them needed replacing. We got the feel that the park was in bad need of TLC but one should note that they have begun a restoration project (results TBD). Still, the trails were passable, technically interesting at times, and bug free.
They do have a nice "village" in the park with a small grocery, tourist shop, laundry, pool, and snack bar. Elsewhere, there is a very nice Inn on a lake for those not camping that has a pool and a restaurant with a great buffet.
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We were in site 92. We arrived at 5:15 pm on a Thursday afternoon and the office was already closed with a notice they weren't returning till 9 am. We found our site information in a mailbox.
We found the site to be fairly tight. To be honest, we only spent the night as we were passing through. We didn't have a chance to check out the bathrooms (nothing was visible from our site) or any of the amenities, if anything was available. It was pouring when we arrived so exploration that day and evening didn't happen.
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
We enjoyed our stay at Duluth Indian Point Campground. Our site included 30 amp electric and water. The grounds were nicely maintained. WIFI signal was improved during our stay and we had a strong signal. Internet speed wasn't reliable enough for video. A nice walking path adjacent to the campground allowed for extended walks around the bay. You are within walking distance of the Duluth Zoo. The only negative we experienced was when we tried to use the camp showers, they were always busy. I'd recommend any of the perimeter spaces.
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