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We did not know that the visitors center was closed today. We explored down by the water. What a beautiful setting! Breathtaking! We drive around the park and noticed quite a few deer roaming near the road. Numerous beaver lodges were found on the property....More
Spending a week at Voyageurs NP & took the ranger led hike from the Ash River Visitor Center. The Volunteer Ranger was smart & personable & we greatly enjoyed her portion of the hike. Then continued on for a view over Blind Ash Bay. Lovely...More
We always stop at the visitor center in a national park so that we can get info and tips from the rangers. This one is cozy and lovely...pull up a chair by the fire if you'd like! It's also a starting point for one of...More
Our family spent a day in Voyageurs last week and will return again when we have more time (and a boat). This visitor center was small but well made. Beautiful building, helpful staff, hands on activiites for kids. We took a number of the trails...More
There are multiple entry points to the Park. If traveling North on Highway 53 take the time and drive in. The Finnish log visitor's center itself is worth seeing. The nearby short trails give immediate access to the wilderness.
We swung by the Ash River Visitor Center on our way out to Kettle Falls from Lake Kabetagoma on a Wednesday. Unfortunately, it was not open. From what we saw, it was clean, had public boat access, and included some picnic tables. Overall, nothing to...More
Voyageurs NP really is designed for boating, but a drive to the Visitor Center is a good way to learn about the park. The center itself is located in what used to be a resort lodge and that in itself is interesting to see. The...More