Our first stop on the Lake Superior shore was Gooseberry Falls State Park, where we got the last camping spot. Basically we parked the Scamp and fled for the water, which was just across the little dirt road, and went for a walk along the shore.
The park is best known for its waterfall, but I like its long piece of lakeshore with its combination of huge, smooth rock, grassy fields, and pebble beach.
Whenever we are on an excursion, Metro keeps a close eye on each of us to make sure the team doesn’t get separated.
Fish is a must on the menu when we are up here. Eating it outdoors, directly off the paper wrapper is my favorite.