Harbor

Park Point - 8th Street Access

Small harbor side sand beach with close access…….

Disclaimer for this:  (see other places, ie American Whitewater)

(Map on watertrail info-link to Lake Superior Water Trail)

UMD Boat Shed

End Park Point Rec. Area

Lake Superior

Two Harbors:

Stoney Point :  https://goo.gl/maps/Poai2igBw9H2

McQuade Safe Harbor:  https://goo.gl/maps/XBDupQMA6Bt

Knife River Beach:  https://goo.gl/maps/Ki9RdbMEdj82

Brighton Beach Duluth:  https://goo.gl/maps/uHHUoiu6ysL2

Lester River Duluth:  https://goo.gl/maps/ihSqR54rsFB2

Park Point Duluth:

Wisconsin:

WI Point

Nemadji River

28th Street Billings Park

Barker’s Island

Pokegema Bay

St. Louis River Estuary:

Grassypoint

Indian Point

Clyde/Munger

133rd

 Boyscout

 Chambers Grove

Rivers:   

St. Louis River:

The St. Louis River begins near Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota and flows through Superior National Forest into Wisconsin, finally reaching Lake Superior. The St. Louis River watershed is large, covering 3,650 square miles. The lower St. Louis is one of the rivers in the state with whitewater rafting opportunities. This fast moving river creates rapids that are recommended for the experienced paddler only.

River Map from the MN DNR

River Map for the “Upper” St. Louis River between Scanlon and Carlton

River level information

More information from American Whitewater

Cloquet  River

This river contains significant stretches of Class I-II rapids, and there are some Class III rapids near Island Lake Reservoir. About rapids classes. Tell me more about this river's landscape, wildlife, and history.

River Map from the MN DNR

North Shore: Just Link to American Whitewater versus doing couple  individual rivers.

https://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River/view/

Inland Lakes:

Island Lake:

The Island Lake Reservoir is actually part of the Cloquet River system and is maintained by MN Power.  It has a max depth of 94 feet with a size of 10,800 acres with 70 miles of shoreline. The dominant game fish species include Walleye, Black Crappie, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, and Muskellunge (stocked)

There are 3 locations for public boat access on the lake

Island Lake Dam Recreation Area

Abbott Road

Hideaway Recreation Area

Map of the Island Lake Reservoir

Lake Depth Map (1 of 2)

Lake Depth Map (2 of 2)

Boulder Lake:

Links to much more detail including maps:

http://www.nwrpc.com/DocumentCenter/View/15

This has links to maps of all launch sites and details about amenities/conditions at each

http://nwrpcmaps.nwrpc.com/lswt/

Lake superior water trail map with access points, emergency access points, distances, etc.