Boundary Waters Information

Beginning Friday there will be a Level I Fire Ban in the BWCAW.  This means campfires will be allowed from 7 pm until Midnight only.  Stoves may be used throughout the day.  Please be careful with your campfire.   

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  There are still plenty of permits available for a canoe trip into the Quetico Park or the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.  If you want to get out and paddle then there is always a place to enter the wilderness from the Gunflint Trail.  We have plenty of equipment available and we’d love to have you come see us at Voyageur yet this summer.

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    Guests of Voyageur have been having wonderul canoe camping experiences this season.  The weather has been cooperating with warm temperatures and sunshine galore.  The lake water is the warmest it’s been all summer and still cool enough to be refreshing.  Anglers have been successful with catching a few walleyes, lots of northern pike and unlimited smallmouth bass.  Waterfowl and wildlife have been abundant and moose sightings are up. 

     There’s plenty of summer left but before we know it will be gone,  so plan your canoe camping adventure today!