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 61 Acres Protected in Voyageurs National ParkKemptonChannelProperty

The land, located on the Kempton Channel of Rainy Lake, encompasses boreal forest and several hundred feet of sand beach shoreline. The site is on the north side of a 75,000 acre roadless area, the Kabetogama Peninsula, which provides habitat for wolves, black bear, moose, otter and eagles. Read More


Ready for Winter Fun? Current Ice and Trail Conditions

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The winter trail season is underway at Voyageurs National Park! The green trail from Rainy Lake/Franks Bay to Kabetogama Lake/Ash River is open and staked. All other snowmobile trails are closed at this time, but…  Read More


National Park Teen Ambassadors – In Their Own WordsSome text

Participants in our National Park Teen Ambassador program explain why they decided to be part of a five-day outdoor learning experience in Voyageurs National Park! This program is… Read More


Job Opportunity With Heart of the Continent Partnership

Heart of the Continent Partnership (HOCP) strives to build relationships between people, communities and sectors and connect them to our public lands across the northern Minnesota/Ontario region. They are seeking a part-time coordinator… Read More

Help us protect Voyageurs National Park for future generations.

Voyageurs National Park Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting, promoting and enhancing Voyageurs National Park. Our work began in 1965, when a group of citizens came together with the goal of protecting lands in the Rainy, Kabetogama, Namakan, and Sand Point Lakes region of northern Minnesota. Within ten years, they had succeeded in helping to create the park. Today, our members help us protect the park, support park programs, and provide youth with the opportunity to experience outdoor adventures. Join us!

Photo by Shawn Thompson