Superior National Forest to change group campsite rulesMar 29, 2021 05:22PM ● By Editor
From the U.S. Forest Service - March 29, 2021
The Superior National Forest is adjusting group size in accordance with the Stay Safe MN maximum group site size will be 50 people or less. A previous Forest Order limiting groups to 25 people or less has been rescinded, and a new Forest Order limiting group size to 50 people or less is now in place.
Summer Reservations for group sites are available. Reservations for these sites can be made at www.recreation.gov. Group size at the sites will be limited to site capacity or 50 people whichever is less.
Visitors are also urged to take the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with local health and safety guidance. For tips from the CDC on preventing illnesses like the coronavirus, visit the CDC website.
The Superior National Forest has more than 277 backcountry sites, 18 rustic campgrounds and 23 developed “fee” campgrounds to choose from. On our website, you can find an interactive map of recreation opportunities on the forest, including a list of campsites. While visiting the forest or any of your public lands, please remember to recreate responsibly.
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