Pokegama Dam Campground is situated in the heart of northern Minnesota’s lake country next to the Mississippi River. Popular activities include boating, fishing, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
The Mississippi River offers great opportunities for boating and fishing. Anglers will find Walleye, Northern Pike, Blue gills, sunfish, Large and Small mouth Bass among other species.
Birders enjoy viewing Bald eagles, loons, ducks, geese and many other species from the banks of the park.
The campground, pronounced “po-KEG-uh-muh,” offers 19 electric back in sites, two primitive tent-only sites (non-electric) and one day-use picnic shealter with electric. Amenities include flush toilets, showers, drinking water, a dump station, boat ramp, playground and a fish cleaning station.
A forest of mixed hardwoods and towering red pines cover the area, housing an abundance of wildlife including bald eagles, porcupines, black bears chipmunks and many others. Wild blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries grow seasonally on the forest floor.
Judy Garland Museum, Forest History Center, Itasca County historical Society, Childerns Discovery Museum, Tioga Beach, Mesabi Bike TrailFrom Grand Rapids, Minnesota, take Highway 2 west for 2 miles, turn left at signs and follow to campground.218-326-6128N