Midwest Living Review
Established in 1922, Lamb's Resort on Lake Superior feels retro, in a good way. A 70-site campground and 15 cabins intermingle along the shoreline. At first glance, it appears the cabins haven't been updated for decades. But upon closer inspection, it’s easy to see that everything is well-maintained and important amenities like modern coffeepots are in great working condition. Beds are comfortable, showers have strong water pressure, and linens and basic kitchenware are provided.
The majority of the rustic wood cabins offer wide, expansive views of blue water. Campsites range from full electric with sewer, water and lake views to more simple wooded tent sites. All are spacious, and the owner has been careful to leave plenty of trees to provide a private-feeling experience. The grounds also feature a small arcade and snack area, a centrally located shower house with vending machines, and an old barn that’s listed on the National Historic Register.