Our only Minnesota National Park
At Northern Lights Resort we are truly privileged to have pristine wilderness waterways as our “back yard” and love sharing this beautiful area with our resort guests.
Our cabin rentals border Kabetogama Lake giving you easy access to the chain of lakes known as Voyageurs National Park. Established in 1975, our National Park preserves the natural beauty and recreational pleasure for future generations. Our guests agree it’s the best family lake vacation in northern Minnesota.
Northern Lights Resort a proud business sponsor of the Voyageurs National Park Association and the Natl. Park Centennial.
The National Park Service turned 100 in 2016! To celebrate this milestone, it launched the Find Your Park public awareness and education campaign. National parks and partners like us work to inspire the next generation of park visitors, stewards, and advocates. And we enjoy recreating on the beautiful lake and sharing it with others.
Voyageurs National Park Projects for 2016
Voyageurs National Park Association launched two large-scale Centennial projects in 2016: the restoration of park wetlands and the renovation of the popular Cruiser Lake Trail.
“Offering perhaps the best opportunity to spot the park’s large mammals including moose, wolves, and black bears, the 9.5- mile Cruiser Lake Trail winds its way through the heart of the Kabetogama Peninsula, from the northern edge of Kabetogama Lake to what is perhaps the park’s most iconic vista atop Anderson Bay. Hikers traversing this stretch are able to truly experience Voyageurs country, from tranquil wetlands and rugged shorelines to windswept cliffs.” Christina Hausman, Director Voyageurs National Park Assoc.
Most noteworthy, the 100th National Park Teen Ambassador was sent to Voyageurs this summer!
About Voyageurs National Park Association
Voyageurs National Park Association’s mission is to protect and promote the natural, recreational, and historic resources of Voyageurs National Park. Do you love Voyageurs National Park? Click Here — To find out more ways to support and get involved.
Food for Thought: What favorite memory do you have of visiting a National Park?