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My husband and I are visiting all of the national parks...this is #44. We are avid hikers and love wildlife. We do not fish. We enjoyed learning about the history of the region and the lakes are very pretty, however, if you don't fish...activities are...More
We loved driving around this area today. So much wildlife: beavers, birds, and deer. I loved the giant fish statue with the saddle... great Kodak moment!! Roads were in excellent shape!!! Enjoyed my day on the peninsula!!!
This park is secluded... bring what you need. Everywhere you look there is water... beautiful islands... and wildlife. We camped next to the lake and spent the weekend relaxing in nature. I suggest renting a boat. There are also beautiful trails.
This is not a park to visit without a boat. We did one of the hikes that is accessible if you don't have one, and while gorgeous, it is nothing compared to being on the water. We camped on the peninsula near the Rock Garden....More
We were extremely disappointed in our recent stay at Voyageur Park Lodge. The people running the place were very nice, but nice can't cover up everything. The cabin didn't appear to see any maintenance for some time. The vinyl floor was curled up around the...More
We are visiting all of the National Parks and therefore included Voyageurs. It is a good visit. Most of the visiting sites are from the water, but there are some hiking trails near by. The park attracts lots of fishermen and boater and just people...More
We rented a house boat from Ebel's. It was fantastic, but very pricey. Once in a lifetime ordeal. There were many things that we should have done to save $$$ but hindsight is always 20/20. Voyageur National park is very beautiful but I expected it...More
Only accessible by boat or snow mobile, the Kabetogama Peninsula is central to Voyageurs National Park. It has dock systems to tie up your boat safely while you explore and hike and pause for wildlife! I suggest lodging at a Lake Kabetogama Resort or camping...More
As far as I know, there is no way to move on this peninsula. No trails, roads, no walking amoung the rain forst. Rent a boat (be careful lots of rocks) and hope you make it. Canoes would be risky as the winds can be...More