Provide Input on Current Projects
Tour Boat Operations
The National Park Service (NPS) at Voyageurs National Park is seeking input from the public related to tour boat operations in the park. This public input will be used to aide in development of management options for future potential operations of this public service. The park is primarily seeking input related to the following questions:
You may provide input on your understanding of the current operations, and suggestions for future operations in the park by visiting the NPS’s Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC) website. Public input may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailed to: Superintendent, Voyageurs National Park, 360 Highway 11 East, International Falls, MN 56649.
Site Development Plan for Kettle Falls
The purpose of the Kettle Falls Site Development Plan is to provide a quality experience for visitors and employees in the Kettle Falls area. The plan will consider improvements to recreational amenities, accessibility, wayfinding, overnight visitor opportunities, and improvements to housing options for staff in the area while assuring the ongoing protection of natural and cultural reasources. The plan is needed to identify site improvements such as access for boats, houseboats, and seaplanes; additional concession staff housing and visitor overnight lodging; trails and other day-use amenities; or other amenities within a historic landscape.
Management of Invasive Hybrid Cattails
The environmental review process and public comment period on alternatives and impacts of removing invasive hybrid cattails and restoring native marsh habitat has been completed. The final environmental assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact can be found at: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/VOYACattails.
Mukooda Lake Development
Voyageurs National Park has completed the environmental review process for the development of new recreational facilities at Mukooda Lake. The final Environmental Assessment and the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) is available for viewing and download on this page and on the NPS's Planning, Environment, and Public Comment website.
Last updated: February 18, 2020