Isle Royale National Park, MichiganLearn More
It’s easy to maintain social distancing guidelines at Isle Royale National Park, considering it’s one of the country’s least-visited national parks. But the lack of visitation shouldn’t raise a red flag. The remote island is located in the middle of Michigan’s Lake Superior and can only be reached by boat or seaplane. Isle Royale Seaplanes offers overnight or day trips to the park, as does a ferry that operates regularly. The rugged retreat provides a tranquil getaway that seems worlds away from nearby city life. Its scenic landscapes change with the seasons, but the best time to visit is during the fall when the parks bursts into a kaleidoscope of crimson, amber, and gold. Explore 165 miles of trails, paddle along the island’s countless bays and coves, or sleep beneath the stars at one of the island’s 36 campgrounds. And be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a moose sighting.
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