Area Attractions

Voyageurs National Park
Established in 1975 the park was named after French-Canadian fur traders referred to as voyageurs. The vast majority of the park includes the Kabetogama peninsula which can only be accessed by water. This large piece of rugged country is bordered by Rainy Lake to the north, Namakan Lake to the East and Ash River & Lake Kabetogama to the South. This massive network of lakes and islands with over 218,000 acres of land and water forms one of the countries most beautiful national parks.

You can access and learn more about the park from one of 3 visitor centers, the Rainy Lake Visitor Center near International Falls, the Kabetogama Center on the south side of Lake Kabetogama and the Ash River Center near the entrance to Namakan Lake. The park offers some of the greatest fishing in the lower 48 states. Plenty of Walleye, Northern Pike, Crappie, Bass, Muskie, Lake Trout and Blue Gill roam the water. 175 water access campsites dot the landscape, maps of the sites can be found at area visitor centers. Over 50 miles of backwoods trail allow visitor to road deep into the park.
http://www.nps.gov/voya/index.htm

Rainy River
The river connects Rainy Lake and Lake of the Woods, it boast some amazing fishing for Walleye, Northern, Bass, Sturgeon and Muskie. Special spring regulations allow Rainy River to be open longer than any Walleye season in the State of Minnesota.

Rainier Village
Offering shopping, boat tours, RV parking, sand beaches, dining, bike and paddle boat rentals, marine and boat rentals, tennis, trails and variety of other fun family adventures. The village is also a place of historical interest, on display is the antique rail bridge and depot along with the Voyageur monument.

Area Tours
Voyageurs National Park Boat Tours (218) 283-6600
Gold Mine Tours to Bushyhead or Little American Islands (218) 286-5258
Historic Kettle Falls Hotel Tour (218) 283-6600
Sail Boat Tours – Rendezvous Yacht Club