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Greenstone Ridge Webcam

From one of the highest Isle Royale peaks at 1133 feet above sea level (roughly 530 feet above Lake Superior), the Greenstone Ridge Webcam at the peak of Mount Ojibway gazes across the spine of the Greenstone Ridge from the fire tower. It captures a southwest vantage point, a swath from Moskey Basin on the left to Sargent Lake on the right. The webcam is solar powered and communicates multiple times per day, year-round, when power and communications infrastructure allows.

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Mott Island Dock Webcam

Mott Island, Isle Royale National Park's summer headquarters, is the nucleus of operations on the island.  It is a barrier island located on the south side of Rock Harbor Channel.  The webcam is active on real-time intervals during the summer months when power is available to it, and communicating multiple times per day during the winter when solar power allows.

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Windigo Webcam

Perched atop the Windigo Visitor Center, the Windigo Webcam offers a sweeping view of Washington Harbor. You might find a moose swimming or foraging through these sheltered Lake Superior waters, or catch a colorful sunset in all its brilliance on a late summer night. The webcam is active only during the summer months when power is available to it (typically from the beginning of May until late September).

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Rock Harbor Webcam

Overlooking the Visitor Center and RANGER III dock at Snug Harbor, this camera view provides a vantage point to view the various small islands scattered about the Rock Harbor channel. On a clear day, the water tower at Mott Island is visible and the heights of Mount Saginaw tower in the background. The webcam is active only during the summer months when power is available to it (typically from the beginning of May until late September).

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Tobin Harbor Webcam

Tobin Harbor is located on the northeast end of Isle Royale, near Rock Harbor. In the early 20th century, it was a popular summer haven for vacationers. Visitors today enjoy the peaceful paddling and boating opportunities it offers. The webcam is active only during the summer months when power is available to it (typically from the beginning of May until late September).

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Last updated: June 8, 2021

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