Discover the East End
The northeastern end of Isle Royale National Park offers a variety of activities designed to enhance your park experience including day hikes, ranger programs, and paddling excursions. Rock Harbor acts as a portal to wilderness on the isolated island. An untamed backcountry can be explored just steps from the Rock Harbor Visitor Center. Choose a couple of these activities to design your own island adventure.
Island Adventures in Three Hours or Less
Ideal for Queen IV Passengers
- Hike to Scoville Point
- Hike to Suzy’s Cave
- Become a Junior Ranger
- Hike the Stoll Trail
- Paddle Tobin Harbor
Know Before You Go
Isle Royale is a remote island in Lake Superior.
The park is comprised of a roadless backcountry.
Make sure to bring a water bottle, food, and anything you might need for the day.
Lake Superior makes island weather unpredictable and travel delays are common.