Ninemile Lake Campground is perfect for people wanting to do some exploring while camping. A boat ramp leads to Ninemile Lake, complete with islands and hidden bays. For birders and hikers, there is a trail through boreal hardwoods beginning across the road from the campground entrance with 0.5 miles of maintained hiking trail. North of the campground on County 7 is access to Echo Lake, a portage access to Goldeneye Lake.
This is a moderate size facility with 13 first come, first served campsites and 13 reservable sites that are private and close to the water. Trash collection, solar powered water pump and restrooms are provided.
Campground host to be determined
Maximum of nine people per site. There is space for one vehicle and one towed vehicle (such as a boat trailer). Additional vehicles on the site require additional half fee and must park on the spur. No vehicles may park on the grass or where they impede traffic.
Please use facilities provided such as fire rings, tent pads, and latrines.
Dispose of waste in containers provided.
Water faucets are for drinking water only, do not use as wash areas.
Noise limits enforced, respect your fellow campers.
The area is scenic and easily accessible. Superior National Forest is known for its boreal forest ecosystem, numerous clean lakes, diversity of plants and animals and colorful cultural history.
Numerous outdoor recreation opportunities lie within Superior National Forest's 77 lake access areas, 13 fishing piers, 10 swimming beaches and 22 picnic areas. The forest is also home to three scenic byways.
Ninemile Lake is close to 300 acres in size it is a popular fishing spot for walleye, northern, bass, and pan fish. The surrounding national forest offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking in secluded woodlands, canoeing and hunting.
PO Box 2159 7355 W. Hwy 61 Tofte MN 55615
8915 Lake Co. 7 (Cramer Road) Finland MN 55603
For campground inquiries, please call: 218-663-8063
Ninemile Lake Campground is off County Road 7, northwest of Schroeder and northeast of Finland.
Alternatively, from MN 61 north of Silver Bay, take MN 1 to Finland.
In Finland, take Co. 7 to Ninemile Lake on left.