A Park of Water, Islands, and Horizons

With 218,055 acres, Voyageurs National Park is an adventure wonderland all year long full of exposed rock ridges, cliffs, wetlands, forests, streams and lakes. This is a place of transition between land and aquatic ecosystems, between southern boreal and northern hardwood forests, and between wild and developed areas. Whether you are exploring by land, water or ice there is something for everyone. Read More

View of a large lake with rocky shorelines.

Make Camping Plans

Plan ahead for your summer excursions by diving into campsites available for your summer plans.

A view of the Milkyway over the park

Discover the Dark Skies over Voyageurs

Learn about stargazing, being a certified Dark Sky Park, the Northern Lights, and much more on the night sky at Voyageurs.

A bright yellow kayak floats near the shore, paddled by a young girl and her father.

Find local guides, boat rentals and more

Local area businesses offer guides, watercraft rentals, private boat charters, and more.

Two kids with fishing poles look over the side of a fishing pier.

Winter Trails Conditions

Current Winter Trails Conditions.

A view of the ice road

Winter Safety

Tips for a safe and enjoyable winter visit to Voyageurs.

Volunteer spreading mulch along a trail.


Volunteers help keep visitor centers open, maintain facilities, conduct research, rehabilitate historic sites, and so much more!

A park ranger stands in uniform holding out a walleye crocheted out of yarn.

Crochet your own walleye

Voyageurs National Park is known for its walleye fishing opportunities. Now you know crochet your own walleye at home!

Last updated: April 6, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

Voyageurs National Park Headquarters
360 Hwy 11 East

International Falls, MN 56649



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