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Voyageurs National Park

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Overview

Voyageurs National Park is a land of ancient and stunning beauty. Located in the heart of the North American Continent, the park is a place of transition - between land and aquatic ecosystems, between southern boreal and northern hardwood forests, and between wild and developed areas. Its many interconnected waterways are part of the arctic watershed of Hudson Bay. Visitors will enjoy the solitude and scenery that the park has to offer whether taking in the sights and sounds on a trek through a boreal forest, viewing the dark night skies, exploring the water routes, enjoying a peaceful sunrise, or simply relaxing by a campfire. Come experience the life of a voyageur!

To learn more about Voyageurs National Park, visit www.nps.gov.

Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Voyageurs National Park that are open to mountain bikes. The Rainy Lake Recreation Trail, a paved multi-use trail, is open for bike and pedestrian use. This page serves as a general overview of the area.

Visiting Tips

Voyageurs National Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. During the summer, popular activities include boating and hiking. In the winter, visitors can take advantage of the frozen lake and snow-covered forest by snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing.

Fees & Passes:
There is no entrance fee for Voyageurs National Park. Some amenities such as campsites, boat tours, and certain ranger-led programs may require an additional fee. To learn more about these fees, click here.

Camping & Lodging

Voyageurs National Park has more than 270 campsites, houseboat sites, and day use sites within its boundaries. All sites must be reserved in advance, and there are no drive-in campsites available within the park. All park campsites are only accessible by water. Reservations can be made online or by calling 1 (877) 444-6777. For more information on camping in the park, including campsite's locations, amenities, fees, and accessibility, visit the park's website.

Food & Drink

There are no restaurants or grocery stores located within the park. Visitors should plan to bring necessary food, water, and supplies with them. Dining options can be found in the nearby towns located outside of the park.

Other Activities

Visitors to Voyageurs National Park will find no lack of ways to explore the park. Whether camping, hiking, boating, canoeing, or kayaking in the summer or snowmobiling, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing in the winter, visitors are sure to enjoy their time in the park. For those looking for other actitivies outside of the park, check out the opportunities for rock climbing at Crane Lake.

Voyageurs National Park Biking

  • 2 Miles 3 Kilometers of Trail
  • 0 Recommended Routes
  • 1 Easy Trail Easy Trails
  • 0 Intermediate Trails Intermediate Trails
  • 0 Difficult Trails Difficult Trails
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Trails in Voyageurs National Park - 1

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1.8 mi 2.9 km #1Rainy Lake Recreation Trail
Easy/Intermediate
Island View, MN
Easy/Intermediate
Island View, MN