Stay with us and
explore the shore!
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL CAMPGROUND VISITORS
The City of Silver Bay continues to work towards improving visitor experience at both Black Beach Park and Black Beach Campground. We appreciate the feedback from visitors on what types of improvements they would like to see with controlling the dust, improve parking, pedestrian safety, and traffic control at the top of the list. We are happy to announce that we have started the engineering to make these improvements and construction could start as early as summer 2022! What does this mean for you? No increase in rates!
When booking your site, we want you to be aware that construction may be happening during your stay. We do not know the timeline for construction to occur just yet, but the City will provide updates on this website or at www.silverbay.com as they become available.
We understand there are inconveniences that can occur once construction is underway, but we will work hard to minimize some of those inconveniences but some we may not be able to avoid. Please be aware that noise, traffic congestion, and/or closings of the park may occur during your stay. We apologize in advance, but refunds will not be made due to construction during your stay. Normal cancellation policy remains in effect.
Thank you for your patience as we work towards an improved Black Beach Park and campground experience for you long-term.
Our campground is comprised of 49 sites and is situated on 14.5 acres adjacent to the shores of Lake Superior in the heart of the North Shore. Guests can choose from electric only, full hook-up, and pull through site options, with a host of amenities and features. We hope to welcome you to stay with us for your next camping adventure!
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (218)226-1825.
34 full-hook up sites (20/30/50 amp, water and sewer) starting at $40 per night
15 electric only sites (20/30 amp sites - no water and sewer) starting at $30 per night
Fire rings and picnic tables at each site
Potable water station
Walking distance to Black Beach
Located near numerous trails and State Parks