Northland Camping and RV Park offers everything from primitive tent camping to full-service sites. Amenities include 20/30/50-amp electric hookups, flush toilets, showers, Wi-Fi, heated pool, hot tub, playground, fire rings, and laundry facility.
Amnicon Falls State Park has a series of waterfalls viewable from the Horton Covered Bridge or from various trails along the river. The .25-mile trail on the island will take you past the three main falls: Upper Falls, Lower Falls, and Snake Pit Falls
The Osaugie Trail is a five-mile asphalt trail that goes past various Superior landmarks and offers beautiful views of Lake Superior. The trail is perfect for walking, inline skating, and biking. The trail end points are Harbor View Park at US 53 and US 2 and Bear Creek Park at Moccasin Mike Road
The SS Meteor is the last above-water Whaleback ship in the world. The ship was built and launched in Superior, where she now is permanently land-berthed on Barker’s Island. Other exhibits include Great Lakes shipwrecks and the history of shipbuilding in Twin Ports. Guided tours of the ship
300 Marina Dr, Barker’s Island, Superior, WI 54880
Pattison State Park campground has 59 campsites, including eighteen with electrical and three walk-in sites. There are no sewer or water hookups, but a sanitary dump station is available. Showers and restrooms are open during the summer months. Firewood is available for purchase at the park
The Backyard on Amnicon Lake has a beautiful campground with both electric and non-electric campsites available at daily, weekly, and monthly rates. The property has boat docks and landing, beach access, restrooms and showers, laundry, and a dump station. There is also a bar and grill on site
Nemadji Campground is a seasonal campground and year-round mobile home park overlooking the Nemadji River. The campground offers daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Amenities include electric, water, and a dump station.