Here's one called Herbster.
Cornucopia (who named these towns?)
We briefly saw Lake Superior and then the road turned inland and it seemed a long slog around the peninsula. With one quick stop over at one of the most unkempt State waysides we had encountered during our travels we finally arrived at Bayfield, A charming lakeside town with beautiful late 19th and early 20th Century architecture.
|Getting a little tired now...|
We headed towards the park's namesake, Copper Falls, on a pretty wooded trail. The trail took us across several wooded bridges and down a couple of fairly impressive wooded stairwells. (Impressive going down, shitty coming back up)
We noticed a sign that no pets were allowed on the trail to the falls so we never did go see the falls as a protest. We went back to the screened comfort of our RV and had a nice dinner. Later we were sitting on the picnic table in our site (wrapped in blankets) and a couple walked up and said they had the site reserved for tomorrow and wanted to know what time we were leaving. We said pretty early and they seemed happy. They were there to stay for 10 days and the thought boggled us. Why in the world stay 10 days in scrubby woods with no view and no hookups?
But alas that wasn't to be...