Voyageurs National Park - Wall Art

This Park is named for the French-Canadian fur traders, the voyageurs (French for "traveler"), who were the first Europeans to travel through this area in the 18th and early 19th centuries. This Park is, to a great extent, accessible only by boat much of the year and by snowmobile, snow shoe, or skis during winter. I elected to rent a boat from the campground where I tented on Ash River Road when visiting in August 2015. I succeeded in exploring much of Sullivan Bay, Lake Kabetogama, and Namakan Lake. One day, I also took a trip on a National Park Service boat to visit Kettle Falls Hotel and dam. On this trip, I saw more than a dozen eagles, as the Park was then home to 32 nesting pairs. Several varieties of gulls were abundant on both Lakes.

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