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First visited Lamb's in September 2016, staying in the original river-view cabins on the cliff overlooking the mesmerizing, roaring Falls. Cabins are most charming, and, locale is peaceful and quiet. Staff are super friendly. A wonderful place for those who seek peace and the beauty...More
Located right on Lake Superior and butting up along the Cross River, Lamb's Resort is in an excellent location. We booked late but still were able to get what we felt was a good campsite - close enough to restrooms/showers and the shore. The bathrooms...More
This past MEA weekend (October 20-23), we rented a lake cabin for ourselves (my wife and myself) and a 2nd one for our older daughter, her husband and two sons. Younger daughter, husband, children and dogs, stayed in their motor home in the Lamb's Resort...More
Lambs is a great place to get som R&R on the shore of Lake Superior, amenities are very nice ! We've been going there for a few years now and even got married at Father Baragas cross on the mouth of the Cross river !...More
Stayed here for several years now. Many sites are lakeside and have awesome views! Most sites are primitive but the views make up for the lack of electricity and water hookups. There is a shower house and flush toilets plus plenty of outhouses throughout the...More
Besides what the previous person posted, I would also suggest going all the way to the Minnesota/Canada border. There is the Grand Portage National monument. There the old fur trading fort where on certain days they do... More
Besides what the previous person posted, I would also suggest going all the way to the Minnesota/Canada border. There is the Grand Portage National monument. There the old fur trading fort where on certain days they do reinactments, you can visit the different buildings, try some of the food that they may have eaten back in the 1800's. It's very interesting. Also in the area is Grand Portage State Park where Minnesota's highest waterfall is.