Experience the northwoods at remote Isle Royale National Park, located in northwestern Lake Superior. One of the least visited National Parks, Isle Royale is accessible only by boat or seaplane. The Park is home to moose, wolves, loons, beaver, fox, and other small mammals and birdlife. Lake Superior and the island's inland lakes offer excellent fishing and photographic sites for viewing pristine forest and waterways. Diving opportunities abound to many shipwrecks of Lake Superior.
Rock Harbor Lodge provides visitors accommodations in this unique National Park. Located along the shore of Lake Superior, Rock Harbor Lodge has rooms with private baths, housekeeping cottages, and services include a dining room, snack bar, gift shop, dockside store, marina, rental motor boats, kayaks and canoes, guided fishing and sightseeing tours.
Stay in comfort at the Lodge and explore the wilderness by day. Explore Passage Island and Rock Harbor Lighthouses via our sightseeing boat, hike to scenic lookout points, or visit the site of an ancient copper mine. At dusk you'll enjoy the serenity of an island sunset as well as the northern lights at nightfall. Isle Royale offers unique adventure that you won't find elsewhere as well as memories that will last a lifetime.