Isle Royale National Park is a remote island wilderness in the middle of Lake Superior. Weather influences traveling to and from the island, as well as your trip once you arrive. For the most up-to-date weather information, call (906) 482-0984 or email email@example.com prior to your trip.
Isle Royale Entrance Fee - $7.00
The daily entrance fee is $7 per person. It is charged to enter or remain within the park per calendar day (it includes the day you arrive and the day you depart the park). Pay this fee after your transportation reservations have been confirmed. All Federal Recreation Passes (Annual, Senior, Access, Military) are honored. Entrance fees will be waived for the pass holder and up to 3 adults traveling with the pass holder. Children ages 15 and under are exempt from paying entrance fees.
Isle Royale Season Pass - $60.00
Valid from April 16 - October 31 of the year indicated. Covers the entrance fee ($7 per person per day) for the person whose signature appears on the pass and up to 3 adults (aged 16 and up) traveling with the pass holder. Non-refundable and non-transferable. Can be obtained in-person from the Houghton, Rock Harbor, or Windigo Visitor Centers or online at www.pay.gov, search Isle Royale Season Pass and click on "Continue to Form."
The Rock Harbor Visitor Center is located in Rock Harbor on the northeast end of Isle Royale National Park. It is only accessible by boat or seaplane.
The Windigo Visitor Center is located in Windigo on the southwest end of Isle Royale National Park. It is only accessible by boat or seaplane.
The Houghton Visitor Center is located in Houghton, Michigan. It is the mainland headquarters for Isle Royale National Park.