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How to poop in the woods or the Quetico Park

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has fancy latrines at every campsite. This makes pooping in the woods very easy. The Quetico Park and many other wilderness areas do not have latrines. Some places make you pack your poop and

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Quetico Park Permits and Fees

Want to paddle the Quetico Park this summer? We have quite a bit of information about traveling into this incredible Ontario Provincial Park on our website and you are always welcome to give us a call with questions, 218-388-2224.  

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Planning to fish in the Quetico Park this summer?

I love paddling and camping in the Quetico Park. It is more expensive than the Boundary waters but the lack of people paddling in the Quetico makes it worth it. Depending upon the time of the summer and the type

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If I Could Turn Back Time

This would be one of my first places I’d go.

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Quetico Park Fishing

While on a recent Quetico Park trip Josh supplied Chef Mike with 3 meals of delicious walleye for the family to enjoy!  

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That’s Shitty

I usually don’t swear in a blog post but all of the titles I came up with worked better with some form of the word “shit.” I apologize if I offended you but since I too was offended by shit

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Quetico Park Flowers

The flowers have finished blooming for the year but thankfully I have photos to remind me of their beauty. These photos were taken on a Quetico Park canoe trip a few years back.  

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Happy Reunion Stories

So many times, like television news, I blog about sad stories. I love a happy ending and I honestly didn’t think this story would have one when I first heard about the missing dog.  But luckily for everyone it is

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Happy August Happy Campers

I don’t think anyone was happier it was August 1st this morning than Matt and Cassidy. Almost better than Christmas morning is the morning of your first fly-in canoe camping trip into the Quetico Park. Today was that day for

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Canoe Trip into the Quetico Park

When people plan a canoe trip into the Quetico Park from the end of the Gunflint Trail it usually involves getting a tow across Saganaga Lake from Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. We’re located right on the Seagull River with direct access

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