Hike to Lookout Louise

Starting at the Tobin Harbor day use dock kayak/canoe northeast or out of the inlet towards Lake Superior. Stay on the left side of the inlet for roughly a mile.

12 Saves
~234 miles away

Camp at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

We drove into Marie Louise Lake Campground in the afternoon of the off season and found the campground office closed.

63 Saves
~234 miles away

Backpack Isle Royale NP's Greenstone Ridge Trail

Isle Royale National Park consists of Isle Royale, a fifty mile long and nine mile wide island in Lake Superior, and about 45 smaller islands around (and within) it.

537 Saves
~267 miles away

Hike Superior's Pictured Rocks Shore to Au Sable Lighthouse

This trip works best with two cars where the first is dropped off at the Twelvemile Beach Parking Lot), and carpooled over to the Miner's Castle Parking Lot.

277 Saves
~289 miles away

Kayak the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

The best place to start a kayak tour of the main section of cliffs along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is Miners Beach, located just outside of Munising.

132 Saves
~289 miles away

Paddle the Boundary Waters' Seagull to Saganaga Loop

First, things first - plan your trip well! There are many details that need to go into planning even a short trip into the Boundary Waters.

49 Saves
~318 miles away

Camp at Trail's End Campground

Trail's End Campground is located at the very end of the Gunflint Trail, a remote highway that cuts into the heart of the Minnesota Northwoods.

42 Saves
~319 miles away

Canoe to the Palisades on Seagull Lake in the BWCA

Begin your trip at the Seagull Lake boat launch at Trail's End Campground.

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~319 miles away

Canoe the Sturgeon Lake Loop in Quetico Provincial Park

Quetico Provincial Park, just north of Minnesota in southern Ontario, is the Canadian portion of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA). Truly a wilderness area, the 1.

41 Saves
~320 miles away

Paddle the Boundary Waters' Cherokee Loop

Home to more than 1,000 lakes, nearly 2,200 campsites, and a staggering array of wildlife, including moose, wolves, loons, and bald eagles, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) is one of.

61 Saves
~331 miles away

Canoe or Kayak the Ensign and Birch Lake Loop

This is a great 24 mile loop if you are last minute planning or are only doing a weekend kayak/canoe trip in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, MN.

28 Saves
~349 miles away

Paddle to the Devil's Door on the French River

French River Provincial Park is known for backcountry camping through its winding waterways and near-complete seclusion. There is lots of wildlife, great fishing, and stunning night skies to boot.

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~361 miles away

Camp on Stockton Island

To get out to the Apostle Islands you have to travel by boat. Many people choose to sea kayak, but with small kids we opted to take the ferry/taxi through the Apostle Islands concierge (apostleisland.

125 Saves
~362 miles away

Kayak along the Shoreline of Tettegouche State Park

Begin your kayaking tour at the Northshore Mining Access (http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/maps/kayaking/lswt_map2.pdf) in Silver Bay, right after you pass the Northshore Mining facility.

68 Saves
~368 miles away

Camp on Madeline Island

The largest of Wisconsin's Apostle Islands, Madeline Island is about the size of Manhattan, but extremely sparsely populated and a great place to explore a north woods ecosystem.

72 Saves
~371 miles away

Camp at Big Bay State Park

Make a reservation (fees here) to secure a campsite. Find your campsite by entering GPS coordinates 46° 47' 18" N, 90° 40' 25" W or by using this map.

51 Saves
~372 miles away

Kayak to the Sand Island Sea Caves

Sand Island is a part of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore near Bayfield, Wisconsin.

456 Saves
~372 miles away

Canoe to Loon Lake from Entry #14

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is located in the northern portion of the Superior National Forest in northeastern Minnesota.

42 Saves
~372 miles away

Kayak at Big Bay State Park

Hop aboard the Madeline Island Ferry and head over to the largest Apostle Island. Bring your own kayak (atop your car) or rent one in La Pointe, Madeline Island's lively and eclectic town.

8 Saves
~372 miles away

Kayak around Madeline Island

Unless you're kayaking directly to Madeline Island, you can pick up the ferry in Bayfield and rent kayaks in La Pointe.

59 Saves
~376 miles away