The wilderness of the canoe country is the same today as it was in the days of the Voyageur, and when the Ojibwa Indians hunted Caribou here. It has not changed since the glaciers of the Ice Age carved the pattern of the rockbound lakes on which pictographs left by the Ojibwa can still be found. There’s something here for all ages, from families and groups to fishing enthusiasts to solo adventurers. The air is clear, the water pure; the woods are inspiring, the sights breathtaking, and the night sky is bright with millions of stars.

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