Looking to escape the crowds at the national parks? Try one of these 10 beautiful, lesser-visited national parks (and forests)!
Tucked into the southeastern corner of the park on Sand Point Lake, these sheer granite cliffs rise 125 above the lake making for a striking contrast with the surrounding area. The cliffs are particularly beautiful in the fall when they are crowned by brilliant autumn reds and yellows.
Spring in Voyageurs sees melting snow turn to slush and the lakes beginning to thaw out. The park is slowly transitioning from winter’s icy grip into summer’s long days of boating, fishing, hiking, and campfires.
While winter in Voyageurs National Park is not for the faint of heart, with the proper winter gear and planning it can be a magical place. Voyageurs in winter is a land of extremes and sees the park transformed with entirely new ways to explore and enjoy this one-of-a-kind destination.
We’ve listed all the best things to do in Voyageurs National Park based on our extensive experience filming and photographing the park.
Kettle Falls is a unique spot located in the heart of Voyageurs National Park. Here you’ll find a waterfall, a historic hotel and plenty of northwoods charm.