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Isle Royale

The Ultimate Angling Adventures Experience

Isle Royale

We'll be offering Isle Royale trips in 2023! Call us soon to book your dates because we expect our schedule for this popular destination to fill up fast. (715) 923-2025

Isle Royale National Park is a very remote set of islands located in Lake Superior. It’s considered the least visited National Park in the lower 48 states, but also the most re-visited; it’s no wonder why!

Between the natural beauty, history, and recreation opportunities Isle Royale offers, there’s something for the whole family. 

Isle Royale is 99% designated wilderness area and has no roads or vehicles. To experience Isle Royale to the fullest, there are 170+ miles of interior hiking trails, with 36 campgrounds for backpackers and boaters to stay.

If you love the outdoors, this is a great place to learn! From the geology that made the Isle Royale what it is today, to the abundant flora and fauna that exist on the Island, there is so much to discover!

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Did you know that Isle Royale is home to the longest standing predator-prey study in the world? That’s right – the WORLD! Rolph Peterson, the predator-prey study founder, resides on Isle Royale during most of the season and puts on presentations, sharing his knowledge and discoveries with visitors.

It doesn’t end there. Isle Royale contains both historic and prehistoric copper mines with pits and shafts still intact today. Native Americans, loggers, miners, and commercial fishers have all left their history behind, earning the park a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

This remote ecosystem with very little human influence compared to the rest of the United States is also designated as an International Biosphere Reserve. Home to four historic lighthouses and ten major shipwrecks, getting to Isle Royale requires precise navigation. To top it all off, Isle Royale National Park is a multispecies trophy fishery, making it an angler’s paradise!

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