High Water Alert
Due to excessive amounts of rain fall, lake levels within the park have been rising. Caution! This has placed all park docks and some launch ramps underwater making for hazardous conditions. Some reservable sites have been closed until further notice. More »
Voyageurs National Park is Open for You to Enjoy
Contact: Kathleen Przybylski, 218-283-6612
Park management reminds everyone that Voyageurs National Park is open and ready for visitors to enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, boat tours, and north canoe voyages, to name a few.
The Kabetogama Lake and Rainy Lake visitor centers are open daily from 9:00am - 5:00pm through September 25, 2011. The Ash River visitor center is open daily from 9:00am - 5:00pm through August 21, 2011 and then Thursday-Sunday through September 25, 2011. Each visitor center has a boat launch and parking areas.
Reservations for interpretive boat tours for Rainy Lake or Kabetogama/Namakan Lake can be made at www.recreation.gov. Select the "Tours" tab at the top of the page.
Reservations for the park's two group campsites can be made at www.recreation.gov. Select the "Camping" tab at the top of the page. All other camping simply requires a free overnight permit that you can complete at a visitor center or a boat launch.
Visitors can also stay at resorts, hotels, and motels in the park's gateway communities of Ash River, Crane Lake, International Falls, Kabetogama, and Orr and visit the park during the day. Houseboat rentals are another way to visit the park.
For detailed information about the park go to www.nps.gov/voya.
Plan your visit today!
Did You Know?
You can see the park just as the voyageurs did over 200 years ago. Each summer the park offers guided trips aboard a 26-foot North Canoe.