The United States Forest Service Flour Lake Campground is located on the shores of Flour Lake, adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Nineteen of the 37 campsites at the USFS Flour Lake Campground can be reserved in advance, while the remaining sites are on a first-come, first-served basis.
The campground has picnic tables, fire grates, vault toilets, solar and hand pumps for water, and a boat ramp. Four campsites are equipped with handicap accessible fire grates and picnic tables, and there is a handicap accessible toilet.
RVers should contact the Golden Eagle Lodge RV Campground, located one mile from the USFS Flour Lake Campground, as there are no electric sites available.
The USGS Flour Lake Campground does not officially close to the public. Check local weather forecasts and plan accordingly, as water to the campground is shut off at the first freeze, and the campground roadways are plowed throughout the winter season.
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A.C. Bauer is a seasoned adventurist with explorations spanning four continents, including hiking Machu Picchu, snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, running the Ice Age Trail and road biking out of her front door. She has written marketing materials for eight years and worked for Red Bull, Disney and Dick's Sporting Goods, and received a master's in recreation and sport science from Ohio University.