Michigan's Remote and Wild Isle Royale National Park
Ripe for adventure
Isle Royale National Park protects the entire 45-mile-long main island and almost 400 smaller islets and outcrops, all of them untouched by roads and most modern conveniences. Visitors come by water or air; once there, they explore by foot, paddle or private boat. Bicycles are not allowed.
Most of the island is backcountry--wilderness with 165 miles of trails, 46 inland lakes, rustic campsites and a seemingly endless scalloped shoreline, all ripe for adventure.