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Isle Royale National Park

Located in the northwest of Lake Superior, Isle Royale National Park is a remote and pristine wilderness area known for its rugged terrain, pristine forests, and abundant wildlife. This park offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore an untouched ecosystem, with opportunities for hiking, camping, boating, and wildlife viewing.

Top Feature: Rock Harbor for its scenic views, historic buildings, and opportunities for boating and kayaking

Fun Fact

Isle Royale National Park is the least visited national park in the contiguous United States, making it a true wilderness retreat for those seeking solitude and adventure.

  1. Access to the park is primarily by ferry or seaplane, as there are no roads leading to the island, so visitors should plan their transportation accordingly.

  2. Isle Royale National Park offers over 165 miles of hiking trails, ranging from easy strolls to challenging backcountry treks, with opportunities to see moose, wolves, and other wildlife.

  3. Visitors should be prepared for the park's remote and rugged environment, with limited services and facilities available, so self-sufficiency is essential.

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