A Park of Water, Islands, and Horizons
With 218,055 acres, Voyageurs National Park is an adventure wonderland all year long full of exposed rock ridges, cliffs, wetlands, forests, streams and lakes. This is a place of transition between land and aquatic ecosystems, between southern boreal and northern hardwood forests, and between wild and developed areas. Whether you are exploring by land, water or ice there is something for everyone.
Make Camping Plans
Plan ahead for your summer excursions by diving into campsites available for your summer plans.
Discover the Northern Lights
Learn about the sporadic, mesmerizing Aurora Borealis (also known as Northern Lights) that sometimes shine over Voyageurs’ skies.
Find local guides, boat rentals and more
Local area businesses offer guides, watercraft rentals, private boat charters, and more.
Visit the Ellsworth Rock Garden
The Ellsworth Rock Gardens have been known as the “Showplace of Lake Kabetogama” since the 1940s.
Voyageurs is a great place to experience land, water, and everything in between.
Volunteers help keep visitor centers open, maintain facilities, conduct research, rehabilitate historic sites, and so much more!
Travelers of the North Woods
Waters provided the highway; fur-bearing animals provided the goods; North Woods provided the materials; voyageurs provided the skill.