Sandspit Trail: 7 miles
A path from the lighthouse at the north end of the island to the spectacular beaches of the sandspit at the island's southern tip. Part of the trail follows the route of an historic logging railroad. Beaver empoundments frequently flood portions of the trail.
Lullaby Trail: 1.7 miles
A path connecting the lighthouse with the historic Lullabye Lumber Company camp on the east side of the island.
Did You Know?
Snowmobiles may be operated for authorized purposes (i.e. ice fishing, hunting, trapping, and winter camping) on the frozen surface of Lake Superior that surrounds every island from the shoreline out to the authorized boundary (one quarter mile offshore).