Voyageurs National Park
A Living Legacy Linking Generations and Centuries
Kabetogama is Your Main Gateway to Voyageurs
Straddling the US-Canadian Border, Voyageurs’ 218,000 acres include three different Visitors Centers, four major lakes (Kabetogama, Namakan, Rainy and Sand Point), thirty smaller inland lakes, and literally hundreds of uninhabited islands that have waited millenia to host your family picnic.Did you know that Kabetogama is the only major lake in Voyageurs National Park that is fully US waters? Rest assured, that family picnic on one of our many islands will always be on US land. And the National Park’s largest landmass is Kabetogama Peninsula, which can be reached by water in the spring, summer and fall, as well as by travelling over the ice in winter.
Bucket List Item:
See the Northern Lights
Hot Spots in Voyageurs
Every one of our lakeside Kabetogama resorts is within minutes of the Ellsworth Rock Gardens, known as “Showplace of Lake Kabetogama” since the 1940s. The park’s 200+ rock sculptures are a can’t-miss part of your journey to God’s Country.
Our Kabetogama lakeside resorts also give you easy access to Kettle Falls, where centuries ago prospectors visited on their way to the Rainy Lake gold mines.