Day 1 - 6 Jul 2019
Content: Started our short road trip with a 3 hour drive to Voyageurs National Park from Duluth, which is a recreational area known for its walleye and small mouth bass fishing. A beautiful geographic place where we took a short boat ride.
Content: Later with a 40 min drive we reached Kabetogama Peninsula which is a notable water resources popular with canoeists, kayakers, other boaters, and fishermen. We hopped in to a covered boat and took a go around the national park enjoying the wildlife, the best thing we loved was the huge fish statue.
Content: At the end of our boat ride we were taken to a surprise visit to Ellsworth Rock Gardens which is a part of lake Kabetogama. We Grabbed a self guided pamphlet tour, dock was easy to navigate and well maintained loaded with history.
Content: Taking a 20 min drive we checked-in to a hotel, well located with tons of great views all around. We were offered a wooden cabin which was clean, comfortable and well equipped. It offers lot of out door activities.
Content: Cooked our dinner in the cabins kitchen itself, the kitchen was well equipped with all the pans and plates required. Service was impeccable but the utensils need to be upgraded.
Day 2 - 7 Jul 2019
Content: After Breakfast we started our hike through Echo bay trail. It was an average walk passing by the woods. A trails worth spending a morning with a short and easy hike.
Content: We returned back from trail and took a 20 min drive to Rainy lake which is a fantastic lake well known for its fishing and camping. The water were calm and boat hiring facility is available here.
Content: Later we had our lunch at a nearby restaurant. Ambiance was attractive and bright, food was excellent and portion was decent.
Content: Took a 3 hour boat ride in the Locator lake. The view and the trail was phenominal, while walking through muddy path we heard beavers and later we returned back and had a amazing fishing experience on the coast of Locator lake and saw variety of fishes. Bug spray is highly recommended. After a wonderful experience we returned back to Duluth.