Seven Mile Pointhttp://www.northwoodsconservancy.org/NWC/Seven_Mile_Point.html
Seven Mile Point, a North Woods Conservancy site, contains 32 acres and 1,854' of Lake Superior sand, bedrock and cobble shoreline including 950 feet of sand beach, 700 feet of 1.1 billion-year-old bedrock shore and 200 feet of cobble beach. Fishing permitted. Fires, camping, hunting, trapping and motor vehicles (except on the entry road) are prohibited. No lifeguard on duty: Swim at your own risk! Open to the public from noon to sunset on weekends from May 15 to October 15.
Visit the website for directions and a printable map.
Directions: From US-41 in Ahmeek, follow Five Mile Point Road 7 miles and turn west onto the Sunset Bay Road. After .8 miles turn left onto Seven Mile Point Road and travel 1.2 miles to the NWC gate. The parking area is located about 300 yards beyond the gate. These are private roads so please use only during open hours, drive slowly and be cautious and courteous to lot owners.