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Sharing is Nice, But Not When it’s My Campsite

If you are out in the Boundary Waters and can’t find a campsite then please don’t ask me if you can camp at my site with me. I’m sorry but I really don’t want to share. If I tell you,

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Quiet in the Quetico Park

Mike and a small group from our church went into the Quetico Park for their annual canoe trip this year.  While on their five night trip they saw very few people. They felt like they had the entire place to

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Big Lakes or Small Lakes

As a canoe outfitter we get asked numerous times about our favorite lakes or which one is better than the other. Small lakes are nice because they aren’t as affected by wind so they don’t get as wavy as bigger

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BWCA Campsite Study

I came across an interesting article about a study done in the Boundary Waters. Thought you might find it interesting too. Popular wilderness area requires intensive management to remain natural October 17th, 2014 by Lynn Davis in Earth / Environment

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