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This is known as Black Beach, and is a Silver Bay municipal park right off of Hwy 61. The beach is actually black, made up of old taconite tailings. Stunning views of the shoreline of Lake Superior. The city is adding a camping area in...More
Decided late to stay up north over the Labor Day weekend. Every place booked. Called AmericInn in Silver Bay on Lake Superior and front desk staff Barb went the extra mile in watching for a room to open up, which it did, and because of...More
So cool to see a beach with just black rock...smaller than pea rock but not sand either. I personally liked this beach better than Iona's beach! We just stuck our toes in the water but it is a one-of-a-kind thing to see!
We've been to the North Shore many times and never stopped here. So regrettable. This beach is big, different, pretty, and really cool. The black "sand" is much smoother than the typical rocky beaches of the North Shore and easier to walk on. The area...More
As Floridians, this beach did not seem beachy, but it was fun! The views are stunning, the black gravel was almost sand like, and the rocks are easily scaled making it a great stop. It was fairly empty with most people just chilling on the...More
We stayed at the AmericInn in Silver Bay and on a fluke saw a sign that read "Black Beach". We thought "What is that?" We drove on the road to the beach and to our surprise came up a parking lot near black beach. The...More
While staying at the AmericInn in Silver Bay I asked the desk clerk where I could go to get a nice sunrise photo. He told me about Black Beach which was a short 5 minute drive away. I arrived in the dark but they have...More