This sprawling waterfront complex offers cabins, campsites for tents ($26) and RVs ($36), water-taxi service to remote sites, sea-kayak and boat and motor rentals, and a booking service for area B&Bs, fishing trips, dogsled rides, hiking expeditions, sailing tours, and wildlife cruises. The lodgings run the gamut from one-room cabins with no running water and a woodstove for heat (¢) to a full-service cottage that sleeps 12 ($$$$). The campground has wooded sites
and full hookups for motor homes, laundry, showers, Internet and Wi-Fi, as well as bait, ice, and fishing-tackle sales and rental. To reach Miller's, take the road to Lowell Point from the SeaLife Center and follow the shoreline for 3½ miles until you hit its parking lot on the beach.