The average visit to a national park lasts four hours. Those that visit Isle Royale stay 3.5 days. The national park is the least visited in the state of Michigan. It’s also one of the most revisited. Home to a raw and untamed outdoors, it’s easy to understand why Isle Royale is so cool. From muddy trails leading to foggy waterways to dense forests and swamps, the little body of wilderness along Lake Superior offers a vibrant diversity of landscapes to explore. You and your loved ones will feel like the entire island is yours to explore. Visit the remote Isle Royale National Park today by glamping in one of our family rentals below.
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