Camp, fish, canoe, swim, hike and bike on the shores of Fall Lake! For even more adventure, take advantage of direct access to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Wilderness.  Choose from 64 campsites with electrical hookup available and 2 group sites on the shores of Fall Lake.

Cash, VISA, Mastercard, and Discover are all accepted. Book your stay by calling 1-877-444-6777 or visiting recreation.gov.  Fall Lake Campground welcomes campers from May through September. Summer daytime temperatures in Ely average between 60-75 degrees.

Campground amenities include:

• Accommodations for RV and tent campers

• Electrical hookup at most sites

• Clean community restrooms

• Community showers

• Canoe rental for day trips

• Camp store, where you can buy essential camping supplies, pop, ice, snacks and firewood

• Free parking

• Pet-friendly

Fall Lake Campground is just 7 miles east of Ely. Things to do near the campground include:

• 4th of July city parade, acativities at Whiteside Park and fireworks on Miner’s Lake

• Blueberry Arts Festival in late July

• Harvest Moon Festival in September

• International Wolf Center

• American Bear Center

• Day trips to Lake Supeerior

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Driving Directions — Fall Lake campground is located about 6 miles east of Ely.  From Ely, travel east on Highway 169 to County Road 18 (Fernberg Rd).  Travel 4.5 miles to Fall Lake Road.  Turn left and continue 1.5 miles to the campground entrance.


Awards

Top 100 Family Campground in America 2003 & 2006


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We hope you enjoy your stay and would love if you could give us feed back on Tripadvisor! https:www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel Review-g43044-d10617933-Rev Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fishing Opener at Fall Lake Campground. Lined up boaters and canoers taking turns launching at boat landing. Paul and Gail share fishing and campging experiences with family and friends. Understand there was big fish fry the last night! And, lastly, but most important for the Opener, Wayne and Jim show off stringer of fish! They were so fresh, they were wrigglying around, the fish, not the guys. Fish are biting so never too late come on up and share in fun. ... See MoreSee Less

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Walleye Fishing Opener is around the corner, May 13th. Do you have your sign dusted off and ready to hang? We are hoping we see all our fishing campers shortly. ... See MoreSee Less

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