5 Things You Didn’t Know About Isle Royale National Park

Isle Royale National Park is in Lake Superior and requires a ferry or boat for access.

The park is part of Michigan but closer to Minnesota and the Ontario, Canada border.

Cars and bikes are banned on the island; hiking, canoeing, or kayaking are the primary transportation modes.

The park closes in winter due to harsh weather, reopening from April to November.

Isle Royale is home to over a dozen wolves, with the population fluctuating based on the moose population.