Plan Your Visit

A Black Bay view from the Rainy Lake Visitor Center picnic area

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Lakeside of the Rainy Lake Visitor Center with the sunrise on it
Winter lakeside view of the Rainy Lake Visitor Center

Basic Information

Before you visit, know the basics.

Directions & Transportation

Where do you want to go? How do you want to get there? Find your way.

 
Rocky shoreline viewing lake and trees.
Namakan Lake.

Places to Go

Where do you want to go today?

Visitor Centers, Visitor Destinations, day use sites, and gateway communities are just a few of the many places to go in and around Voyageurs.


Things to Do

What do you want to do today?

 
The Voyageur Tour Boat
The Voyageur Tour Boat

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Calendar

Find out what's going on in the park on any given day.

Safety

Be prepared for all aspects of the park. With the many merging bodies of water and widespread rock hazards, navigating the lakes can be tricky. Do you know your nuns and cans? Storms, winds, and waves can ruin a peaceful afternoon; watch the weather. Know how to camp in bear country.

Accessibility

Several campsites, visitor destinations, and trails are accessible to those with limited mobility. Need to know the regulations for a service animal? Want to bring a group to the park? Voyageurs strives to help everyone have the best visit possible.

 

Publications

The park offers a wide variety of maps, brochures, and guides. From park history, to wildlife checklists, to invasive species concerns, download the same publications you can pick up at any visitor center.

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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