Isle Royale National Park requires a backcountry/camping permit fom all who stay overnight in the campgrounds, at dock, or who anchor out. The permits are used to monitor campground use, deliver emergency messages to hiking parties, find lost campers, and serve as a tool to measure backcountry use. There is no fee for the permit, but there is a required entrance fee for all park visitors.
Individual Parties (1-6 people)
Activites covered by special permits and fees include:
Last updated: December 6, 2016