A Park of Water, Islands, and Horizons

With over 40% of the park water, Voyageurs is a maze of interconnected water highways. Plan ahead before coming to this water-based park by bringing your own watercraft, reserving a watercraft, or taking a park ranger boat tour. Read More

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As you plan your trip to Voyageurs, there are a few things you might appreciate knowing!

Gold sunlight strikes a frozen lake shore lined with animal tracks.

Camping on winter days under dark skies

Prepare your winter trip, or start planning for next summer. For a safe winter visit, remember to check weather and ice conditions often.

A white, snowy trail winds into a forest under a pink and gold sunset.

Winter Ice and Trail Conditions

Be safe in winter! Check Voyageurs' most recent winter ice and trail conditions.

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Your safety

Learn ways to safely visit, camp, view wildlife, and more.

An inside look at a Voyageurs National Park campsite

Campsite Amenities and Photos

Want an inside look and more details on a specific campsite? Check out our Campsite pictures for more information on your reserved site.

A person in a black coat and hat sits in the snow on a ridge overlooking a large, frozen lake

Find guides, rental equipment, and more

Local area businesses offer guide services, equipment rentals, private charters, and more.

A migmatite rock

A Story in the Rocks

Every story has a beginning. Voyageurs' story begins in the rocks.

Historic print of the Voyageurs by Frances Anne Hopkins

Travelers of the North Woods

Waters provided the highway; fur-bearing animals provided the goods; North Woods provided the materials; voyageurs provided the skill.

Black Bay in the fall

Scenic Wonders

Voyageurs National Park lies in the Southern tip of the Northern Boreal Forest. The mix of hardwood and conifers create the inspiring views.

Hike to Health program bag and brochures

Hike to Health

Time to get outside and enjoy the sights and sounds of Voyageurs National Park. Stop by a visitor center and start your journey today.

Volunteer spreading mulch along a trail.

Volunteer

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

Sunset over the trees on Rainy Lake

Night Skies

A whole new world awaits when the sun goes down at Voyageurs National Park.

Last updated: November 12, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Voyageurs National Park Headquarters
360 Hwy 11 East

International Falls, MN 56649

Phone:

(218) 283-6600

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