Voyageurs National park is situated in northern Minnesota near the town of International Falls. The park’s name memorializes the voyageurs, the French Canadian fur traders. The park is famous for its outstanding water reservoirs with canoeists, kayakers, boaters and fishermen.
The park is known as a watery wonderland, over a third of the area covered with lakes The park consists of four large lakes, names Rainy, Kabetogama, Namakan and Sand Point.
The park is open year round, however, it is most accessible from spring to early fall. In addition to summer, park rangers recommend enjoying the fall colors.
The park experiences four distinct seasons. The temperature is moderate during the months of June to August. The frost free season averages 120 days from June to mid-September. The first assessable snowfall occurs in late October and lasts through to April or early May.
The top 5 best rated things to do in Voyageurs National Park include:
1. Guided Tours