#107: Isle Royale National Park

Isle Royale National Park is a serene, isolated wilderness in the middle of Lake Superior, making it the least-visited national park in the contiguous United States. Despite its remote location, those who make the journey are rewarded with breathtaking scenery, fascinating wildlife, and a chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life. In this episode, we delve into the details of visiting Isle Royale, including transportation options, various activities to experience, and the best time of year to visit. We also discuss the available accommodation options, the ideal length of stay, and provide insights into the rich history of the park. Whether you’re an avid outdoor enthusiast or simply seeking a peaceful escape, Isle Royale National Park has something to offer.

 

Here are links where you can find more information about Isle Royale National Park:

·     On this site you can learn more about the project to study the wolves and moose on the island

·     The park’s webpage with links to all the transportation options for getting to and from the island

·     Information about the Isle Royale Queen IV boat from Copper Harbor, MI

·     Check out the park’s entire website here

 

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