A Place Called
Thousands of devoted hikers and campers have discovered the rare beauty, which is Isle Royale. Isle Royale National Park, located in the northern regions of Lake Superior, is known for its abundance of moose, crystal clear water, robust forestry, and rugged shoreline. Being one of the few island national state parks, it gives off an atmosphere of solitude and a sense of disconnection from the outside world. This island is 45 miles in length, 10 miles in width, and surprisingly has 165 miles of hiking trails that offer spectacular views of Lake Superior and the natural environment all around.