Camping on Lake Superior in Herbster, Wisconsin

Camping on Lake Superior

Enjoy the mile long beach in Herbster, Wisconsin
The only campgrounds on the South Shore with beachside tent camping.

Tent camping on the south shore of Lake Superior

Tent camping and more

Campgrounds accommodates tents, tent campers and full-sized motor homes


Motorhome/RV camping in Herbster, Wisconsin

Motorhomes and Campers

Herbster welcomes any type of camping. Motor home parking with electricity and water hookup.

Reservations are available now for all campsites!


Playground and pavillion near the beach in Herbster, Wisconsin

Playground and Pavillion

Plenty of places to play.

Trails for biking, ATV all nearby


Wind surfing on Lake Superior at Herbster, Wisconsin

Fun on Lake Superior

Kayaking, sailing, fishing are all right outside your campsite

Boat launch only 5 minutes away!

Wind surfing on Lake Superior at Herbster, Wisconsin

Close to Nature

Explore all there is to see in Bayfield County.

Enjoy nature as you explore the Apostle Islands

Come and camp on the scenic "South Shore" in Herbster, Wisconsin

Herbster's campground has tent sites right along the shore of Lake Superior, electric-only sites, and RV sites with water and 50 amp electrical hookups. 

Whether you are coming to see the breathtaking sunsets, fishing for Lake Trout and Salmon or kayaking the Sea Caves of the Apostle Islands, you will find Herbster is close to all the action.

Relax, you're in Herbster!

Only 3-1/2 hours from the Twin Cities.

Herbster, Wisconsin Pavilion built by the Herbster Community Club
Herbster, Wisconsin Pavilion built by the Herbster Community Club

Town of Clover

The Town of Clover was formed in 1906 by ordinance of Bayfield County. It comprises over 60 square miles on the south shore of Lake Superior located between Port Wing on the West and Cornucopia on the East.

Other unincorporated entities existed within the geographic area of the Town of Clover in the past. The area we now call Herbster was once called Orchard City.

Many years ago a small Finnish community, including a school, flourished on Bark Point, a 5-mile long peninsula.