The Great Lakes

On the road to the Great Lakes

This area is close to the Canadian border and houses dense forests, freshwater reserves, cosmopolitan cities and the lovely countryside. CampingCar-Online/Ramble Campervans suggests a list of places and parks to visit along this route in your motorhome.

Duluth and the Lake Country

Duluth's largest port connects the Great Lakes region with the Atlantic Ocean. From Duluth you can take the North Shore Drive and enjoy the stunning views of Lake Superior. Via the Grand Portage National Monument you can access the Isle Royale National Park in the summer or drive on to Canadian lands.

Isle Royale National Park

The island is now protected from human interference and remains a true virgin wilderness. Fish, elk, red foxes, wolves, beavers, minks and over 200 bird species coexist in a dense forest environment with abundant greenery.

Voyageurs National Park

This splendid park on the Canadian border retains its charm and wild beauty of lakes and forests.


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The motorhome is an ideal way to travel along the open US roads. You will find your motorhome easy to drive and maneuver, and there are ample stations for refueling and refilling water tanks.


In the national parks, there are many low cost campgrounds that don't require booking in advance. Arrive early in the day for the best availability, travel as you please!


Road trips from the east-coast to west-coast and vice-versa are very popular so be sure to book your motorhome well in advance.


Dine like at home - all our motorhomes are equipped with large fridges!


The new generation motorhomes have improved fuel efficiency, and gas prices are much lower than many other destinations.