Your Invitation to a Superior Wilderness Experience!
Explore a rugged, isolated island where wolves and moose abound, far from the sights and sounds of civilization. Surrounded by Lake Superior, Isle Royale offers unparalleled solitude and adventures for backpackers, hikers, boaters, kayakers, canoeists and scuba divers. Here, amid stunning scenic beauty, you'll find opportunities for reflection and discovery, and make memories that last a lifetime
National Park's Ship, RANGER III
The largest ship which provides transportation to the island and is also the largest piece of moving equipment owned by the National Park Service.Read More
Public Meetings on Cultural Resource Plan
Current newsletter provides information on the planning process, location and times of meetings and how you may submit your comments electronically.Read More
Group Camping Reservation Request
Advance reservations are required for groups of seven to ten people. To make a reservation click on the link below.Read More
Using Climate Change Scenarios to Explore Park MGT
This report summarizes the Isle Royale climate change scenario planning workshop which examined how climate change may affect the park's resources.Read More
Wolf Management - Public Information Meetings
Join us at a public meeting to dicuss the status of wolf management on the island. Click Read More for location, times, and introductory information.Read More
Brochures, Handouts, and Park Newspaper
Looking for a copy of the "Rock Harbor Area Guide", trail milage handout, or the park newspaper, "The Greenstone"? You will find these and many more.Read More
Transportation Services to the Island Wilderness
Five different services provide transportation to Isle Royale National Park: two are from Grand Portage, Minnesota and three depart from Michigan.Read More
Rock Harbor Lodge Complex
Offering 60 lodge rooms and 20 housekeeping cabins on the island's northeast side. On the southwest side two rustic cabins will be available.Read More
Isle Royale and Keweenaw Parks Association
A member supported organization which publishes and sells educational products. Funds raised are reinvested to support research and interpretation.Read More
Did You Know?
Although the yearly number of visitors to Isle Royale is less than Yellowstone receives in a day, the Island's per acre backcountry use is the highest of all National Parks in the United States.