Places To Go

Visitor Centers

Stop first at one of the visitor centers: Rainy Lake, Kabetogama, and Ash River. Each has information, exhibits, park movie, bookstore, Junior Ranger programs, boat ramps, hiking trails, and more. Visitor centers are open daily in summer; Rainy Lake operates year-round, hours may vary.

Visitor Destinations

What is there to see or do in Voyageurs National Park? If you are looking to explore beyond fishing, swimming, or hiking look closely and you may just find a variety of special visitor destinations waiting for your exploration.

In 2002, Voyageurs National Park designated 13 Visitor Destination sites within its boundaries. These destinations can be reached only by boat and provide visitors with an opportunity to learn about the park and its significance. Many of these destinations are historic structures that are being preserved by the National Park Service and may be in various stages of development. Note: Not all of these sites have picnic or restroom facilities at this time.

To learn more about these sites:

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Gateway Communities

Let Destination Voyageurs National Park assist you in finding local lodging, dining, shopping, attractions and special events during your visit to Northern Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park.

Last updated: February 13, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Voyageurs National Park Headquarters
360 Hwy 11 East

International Falls, MN 56649


(218) 283-6600

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