Cadotte Lake Campground lines the western shore of Cadotte Lake in Superior National Forest. A boat ramp and fishing dock make the campground convenient for anglers, and the sandy swimming beach is popular among families.
Superior National Forest, located in northeastern Minnesota's arrowhead region, is comprised of 3 million acres. The forest spans 150 miles along the United States-Canada border. Visitors can find recreation opportunities year-round, including exploring the famous Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
The 318-acre Cadotte Lake is a great spot to fish for walleye and northern pike. The surrounding national forest offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking in secluded woodlands and canoeing in pristine lakes and rivers.
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Cadotte Campground is in a wooded area with private sites, some of which have views of the lake and access to trails that lead to the water. Some campsites can accommodate RVs up to 45 ft. in length.
The facility provides fishing areas, a boat ramp, dock, playground and sandy beach.
Superior National Forest is known for its boreal forest ecosystem, numerous clean lakes and diversity of animals and plants. The campground lies in a mixed evergreen, birch and aspen forest.
Numerous outdoor recreation opportunities lie within Superior National Forest's 77 lake access points, 13 fishing piers, 10 swimming beaches and 22 picnic areas. The forest is also home to three scenic byways.