At Sugarloaf Cove, you'll find an easy one-mile interpretive hiking trail. Just grab a trail guide and start walking!
The trail begins at the east end of the parking lot and winds through the forest and over 1.1 billion year old rocks. Enjoy the trees, birds and wildflowers, then take in breathtaking views of Lake Superior and scenic Sugarloaf Point. Spend some time at the beach, examining the polished rocks left behind by glacial ice and savoring the sound of waves rolling across the cobblestones. Marvel at the magical restoration of a rare Lake Superior coastal wetland. Then discover the hidden secrets of Sugarloaf Creek and remnants of the logging era as you follow the trail back to our interpretive center.
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association
Nature Center (not a mailing address): 9096 Highway 61 | Schroeder, MN 55613 | get directions
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