The only location to purchase food in Voyageurs National Park is at the Kettle Falls Hotel. Remotely located on the far eastern side of the Kabetogama Peninsula, it is approximately 15 miles from the nearest road and is only accessible by water. The Kettle Falls Hotel has a restaurant that offers full sit-down meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
All in-park campsites and lodging are only accessible by watercraft.
There are many different ways to spend a night in Voyageurs National Park. The only in-park, concession-operated, lodging available in the park is at Kettle Falls Hotel. Remotely located on the far eastern side of the Kabetogama Peninsula, it is approximately 15 miles from the nearest road and is only accessible by water.
For those interested in camping, the park offers campsites on Rainy Lake, Kabetogama Lake, Ash River, and Crane Lake. Unlike many parks, camping in Voyageurs National Park is only accessible by water. These sites require a paid permit. Reservations can be made online. To learn more about camping at Voyageurs, visit the camping page.
All houseboats, sailboats, and cabin cruisers (defined as registered vessels that contain sleeping facilities, cooking and food storage facilities, and a no-discharge toilet) require a permit for overnights in Voyageurs National Park. Permits can be aquired online. Learn more about Houseboating at Voyageurs on the Houseboating page.
To learn more about local ammocodations in the gateway communites, visit the following websites offered through local convention and visitor bureaus:
Last updated: March 21, 2021