Located at the border of Minnesota and Canada, Voyageurs National Park is defined by its interconnected waterways which require you to leave your car behind and explore by kayak, canoe, houseboat, or motorboat. In winter, snowmobiles, snowshoes, and skis will be your mode of travel in this extraordinary wilderness. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Voyageurs National Park combines unmatched detail with helpful information to offer an invaluable tool for making the most of your visit to this inspiring region. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key park attractions including Gull Island Rookery; Grassy Bay Cliffs; Anderson Bay; Kettle Falls; Hoist Bay; Gold Portage; and the Ash River, Kabetogama Lake, and Rainy Lake Visitor Centers.
Snowmobile and snowshoe trails are clearly noted for those enjoying winter recreation in the park. Many other recreation features are noted as well, including trailheads, boat launches, paddle access, houseboat sites, cross-country ski areas, interpretive trails, and points of interest. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for both land and waterways. Other features found on this map include: Black Bay, Kabetogama Lake, Namakan Lake, Rainy Lake, Superior National Forest, Voyageurs National Park.