Isle Royale National Park and Rock Harbor Lodge & Marina, Lake Superior, MI
Isle Royale National Park is an archipelago (400 small islands) in northwestern Lake Superior, accessible only by boat or seaplane. Isle Royale National Park was authorized by Congress and President Herbert Hoover in 1931 “to conserve a prime example of North Woods Wilderness.” The park was designated part of the national wilderness preservation system in 1976, under the Wilderness Act, and remains an example of primitive America. The park was designated as The Isle Royale Biosphere Reserve in 1980. Numerous parallel ridges, formed from ancient lava flows that tilted and glaciated, define its unique topography. Wildlife inhabitants of the park include Moose, Wolves, Loons, Beaver and Fox. Rock Harbor Lodge is the Park’s only lodging; it’s open seasonally from early May to mid-September annually.
About Rock Harbor Lodge: Rock Harbor Lodge offers private, comfortable lodging and housekeeping cabins [...]