4 Reasons You Should Escape to Voyageurs National Park
Explore the waterways and hiking trails in this peaceful, picturesque Minnesota National Park to see wildlife, birds and historic sites.
Traverse the short, wheelchair-accessible Ethno-botanical Garden Trail to see native plants and visit a replica Native American encampment. More adventurous hikers can get to the Anderson Bay Trail by boat for a nearly 2-mile loop on rocky cliff near a lake. Check out more national parks are perfect for social distancing.
Hop on a boat and visit one of the park’s historical sites. Explore the I.W. Stevens Resort, a collection of preserved buildings from the grand 1930s resort era. The Harry Oveson Fish Camp displays the lifestyle of commercial fishermen in the mid-1900s.
Learn how hundreds of years of human and natural history intersect. Discover how early fur traders made a living while you try to catch a glimpse of the local fauna, such as moose, white-tailed deer, coyotes, red foxes, gray wolves, beavers, river otters and more. These are the best places to camp in national parks