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eventually leading to Mount Desor (1,394 feet)—the highest point on the island—where as payoff for your climb you’ll spy unsurpassed views of Lake Superior, Isle Royale’s outlying islands, and the Canadian shoreline. After all your efforts to reach this


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 discover five national historic landmarks  explore national pt boat museum  explore national destroyermen’s museum  inspect military aircraft collection  eat three square meals in officers’ wardroom  sleep in authentic sailors’ bunks  learn sailors‘ knots and morse code  watch movies on board battleship  meet veterans from wwii thru gulf war  work on scout badges  take sailing lessons  ride fall river carousel  buy patriotic gifts at museum store


battleship cove fall river, ma (508) 678-1100 www.battleshipcove.org


*Programs, films and special guest presentations are delivered on a first-come, first served basis, are subject to space restrictions, and are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Fees apply to sailing lessons and carousel rides, which are offered seasonally. Contact us for more details.


island gem, don’t rush head-down along the trail. Instead, take it slow. The track veers near isolated inland lakes where dedicated anglers can wet their lines. The catch-of-the-day might include northern pike, perch, and an occasional walleye. Stop often to sample summer-


ripened blueberries and soak up the island’s rich history. For instance, not far from Rock Harbor Campground, you’ll arrive at a grouping of ancient copper pits. Native Americans pounded out the pits 3,000 years ago to obtain the pure substance that they fashioned into knives, spearheads, and ornaments. Look around; you could stumble upon an artifact. Allow four to five days to backpack


the Greenstone’s entire length. You’ll find camping in designated sites (first-come, first-served), unless you make arrangements for off-trail hiking and camping. Get a free backcountry permit at any ranger station. You’ll have plenty to talk about


and lots of camp chores after a hard day’s ramble. But pause and tune your ears to the natural sounds all around. When the night is right and the moon is full—if you’re lucky— you’ll hear the howling of wolves that, under ideal weather conditions, can travel up to 10 miles from the source. Wolves? An island camp in the


middle of Lake Superior? It doesn’t get much better than that.


WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ISLE ROYALE


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Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077 Serving Scouts Since 1964


“my father and i were so impressed that we are hoping to make time to become involved in volunteering. your camping is a tremendous experience!” joanne brown


WHEN TO GO: The park opens to visi- tors from April 16 to Oct. 31, with full services offered mid-June to Labor Day. The busiest times are the last week of July and the first two weeks of August.


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