Hope you can come to the Duluth Egg Fest, Sept 19-22.
There are some campgrounds on the North Shore that one uses hand carts to reach their tent campsites. Not sure which campgrounds you are looking at.
The week after our gathering we will head to Grand Marais for fall
colors on the North Shore. We go to Grand Marais the last week of September every year we can.
This year I thought about stopping at Tettegouche on the way to Grand Marais. One should really reserve at this time of year, especially on the weekends. Up on the hill behind the park is where some of the red maples can be found.
At the Duluth Gathering I will try to have a North Shore fall
color guide for people interested.
Hope to see you in Duluth, if not maybe I'll see you up the road. If you are able, be sure to walk the Oberg Mountain loop. If not able to walk be sure to ride the gondola up the ski hill at Lutsen. The color up there is one of the best sites to see around Sept 25.
Also we have never been turned away at Grand Marais municipal park. They have a parking lot by the campground and ball field. When full they let me dry camp as overflow the once I arrived late and they were full.