We loved this park. It is off the beaten trail, but that's why it's so wonderful. The sites are private and shaded. The kids rode their scooters on the road. There was plenty to do, we borrowed the park's GPS and went geocaching. The kids loved the beach. Lovely hiking trails. We drove to Hibbing one day and toured the mines and Iron world (it's about and hour or so north). We would definitely stay here again.
This was a beautiful park. Loads of stuff to do - there were nightly naturalist programs and the beach was a hit with the kids. My only concern was that some of the hiking trails skirted cliffs and were very dangerous for young children. I was scared for our lives a couple of times and we actually had to turn around and go back on one trail because I didn't want anyone to get hurt. They need to mark the trails a bit better, as to which are easy, moderate or difficult.
Campground has changed owners and is now Woodsong Campground. This is primarily a seasonal campground, but they do have a few nightly sites. The owners were incredibly nice. There is a pool, playground and rec hall with games such as ping pong for the kids. Beautiful lodge that serves food (snacks and such).
The owners were friendly and nice. The campground was clean. Sites with full hookups are basically set up in a field, but the electric/water sites are nicely shaded and spaced apart. The pool was a favorite with the kids. With a bit of building and grounds work, this place could be one of the best private campgrounds in the area.
I have never seen such tight sites in all of my life. They pack the campers in with a shoe horn. We reserved a site for 4 nights and left after an hour - it was just too packed and busy for us. They had a lot of amenities, but it was shoulder to shoulder people in the pool(s) and at the petting zoo and mini golf. This is not my family's idea of camping.