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The Lake Vermilion area is surrounded by one-of-a-kind attractions. Get up close and personal with wolves and bears, travel a half mile underground, stand next to a dump truck two stories tall, learn about the area's rich heritage through tours and historical sites. Do anything from day time sightseeing to enjoying an exciting night life including concerts and casino gaming. In addition to the award winning displays, there is a birch bark dwelling and tipi on the grounds, and a path that le the visitor to the remains of an gold mine.
The tour takes about an hour not counting visits to the outdoor exhibits. Contact Bois Forte for hours and pricing. One million acres of pristine preserved wilderness waiting to fulfill the Voyageur in you.
The BWCAW offers over 1, miles of canoe trails, breathtaking views, and all the quiet solace you can handle. The Trout Lake chain is accessible directly from Lake Vermilion. A motorized portage is available to transport your boat for a fee, or you can portage your canoe or hike into the wilderness. Permits are required year-round.
Fees are charged for overnight visits from May 1 through September Owned and operated by the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa, Fortune Bay offers 2 floors of gaming excitement, as well as blackjack and other table games. Gaming casino open 24 hours,7 days a week.
A short drive from all Lake Vermilion resorts. Development at Minnesota's newest state park will continue this summer. There is a boat access picnic area with dock available, plus several hiking trails. More information will be added as it is available. See over 80 miles of scenic Lake Vermilion as you ride along on the unique mailboat, which delivers mail to island residents six days a week. Reservations are recommended. Pier 77 Mini-Golf is a family owned business dedicated to family fun. Have fun golfing the spectacular mini-golf course with unique northwoods themes and enjoy your choice Looking for a fem into Vermilion shower play refreshments in the clubhouse.
Nestled in the northwoods by the shores of Lake Vermilion, Pier 77 contains the essentials for an afternoon of mini-golfing: 18 holes, followed by a fresh-brewed cup of coffee, soft-serve ice cream, malts, and wi-fi access. Call for pricing Groups of 10 or more, call in advance for special rate. Campground is open. The Vermilion Ridge campground and remote campsites are open. Public tours have d. Check seasonl updates for this park.
Call or the park or lakevermilion-soudan. This center includes a museum in the historic train depot, a steam locomotive, a railway passenger car, caboose, and a two-room homesteaders log cabin. The Depot, built inhas been kept in near original condition. It houses a museum with hundreds of artifacts and photos. Also on-site is a monument to President McKinley, picnic area, restrooms, and visitor information center.
Seaplane Tours. See the beauty of Lake Vermilion from the air. Now offering charter flights from any airport in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Minnesota Discovery Center is the state's largest museum complex outside of the Twin Cities metro area. The museum is a 33,square-foot facility that houses artifacts, examines mining methods, explores regional geology, and hosts traveling exhibits that help illuminate the spirit and sensibilities of Iron Range pioneers and their descendants.
Also on site: a trolley, mini-golf, groomed walking trails, heritage park, Civilian Conservation Corps history center, and much more. Please contact for pricing and hours. Identifies and collects records that preserve the history of the Iron Range. The research center is popular with genealogists, both amateur and professional, and has established itself as one of the best destinations in the upper Midwest for genealogical research. Free admission. The Minnesota Museum of Mining gives visitors an opportunity to actually climb aboard equipment used to mine the Mesabi Range's rich iron ore.
A castle built in out of stone is the entrance to this showcase of mining history. Climb aboard mining trucks, see a steam locomotive, or tour replicas of an underground mine and mining town. Imagine as you sit in the driver's seat becoming the operator of one of the fastest steam shovels ever made, a rare Atlantic Steam Shovel. Only six of these shovels were built and they were the prototype of the shovels used to dig the Panama Canal and remove the soil overburden on the Mesabi Range.
Established in the Comet Theater is the longest continuous running movie screen in the state of Minnesota. Live music and theater are also offered from time to time throughout the year. Located in downtown Cook. See the website for current show information.
Small openings like this are reminiscent of those that early settlers in the area created around potholes on their farmste.
Frogs, turtles, and various birds, included killdeer, red winged blackbirds and ducks may be viewed here, along with many varieties of grasses and wildflowers. Stop in the gallery to see the lovely visual artwork produced by members and watch artists demonstrating their work; immerse yourself in this creative atmosphere up north! Petting farm, seminars and events, and gift shop set on an historic farm site just outside of Cook, MN.
Please Contact for hours and pricing. Self-guided tour includes 2 routes through the Superior National Forest. The tours provide an easy way to explore the natural and cultural history of the Forest and the many recreation opportunities along the way.
The website includes a link to a map of the tours. Drawing on her days as a nurse in Chicago, Dorothy "treated" her BWCAW visitors with first aid and a homemade root beer-as many as 12, bottles a year! Come see how this remarkable woman lived. You may even find her root beer recipe in the gift shop!
Come for a day, or stay for a week! You can tour the award winning "Wolves and Humans" exhibit, browse through the "Wolf Den" gift shop, and of course observe our five resident wolves in action. Ask about our educational studies and adventure vacations. Open year round. See the website for current hours and daily program schedule. Live bears in a 2-acre forested enclosure with pond and waterfalls may be observed through windows or from the outdoor observation deck.
Hands-on activity and education area, video clips reveal intimate details of wild bear life in the woods, theatre features the best in bear films, gift shop. Web cams are available on their website.
Located in the Fine Arts Building of the Vermilion Community College, the museum houses exhibits dating back 12, years. Learn about Ojibwe culture, early logging, mining and fur trading, and a North Pole expedition.
This three-hour long, caravan-style circle tour covers 15 miles of pioneer log structures, artifacts and implements dating back to the early 's. Named for Leonidas Merritt, one of seven brothers who discovered the Mesabi Iron Range, the Leonidas Mine began production inshipping nearly 19 million tons of ore before its closure in The overlook was created by mining overburden surface materials that covered the ore body. From here, visitors will see former mine sites, as well as the active mine, UTac, in Eveleth. This is the largest man-made point on the Iron Range.
You will be able to view over 15 miles of breathtaking scenery from here. The water towers of several communities are also visible from here, as well as the Laurentian Divide, visible on the horizon as a low range of hills. Water on the north side of the Laurentian Divide flows to the Hudson Bay, while that on the south finds its way to Lake Superior or the Gulf of Mexico.
Closed in winter Admission is free HwyEveleth. Includes a new Olympic Legacy exhibit and tribute to Herb Brooks. Open year round - check the website for current hours and exhibit information. The Paulucci Space Theater runs one public show a month at this time, on the first Wednesday of each month Open year 'round, check the website for current hour and exhibit information. Thousands of visitors come to the VSWS every year to see the black bears that inhabit the area and learn about and view their behavior, habitat and life cycles.
From the bear viewing deck visitors can observe bears feeding, playing and interacting in the surrounding meadow and woods. Courtesy buses run every minutes from the parking lot to the viewing platform and visitors will receive a short talk on the history of the sanctuary and the bears. On the viewing deck, visitors will be free to walk around and view the bears and other wildlife and take photographs.
There will be volunteers on deck to answer any questions you may have about the bears. Also throughout the evening there will be talks about the bears and the sanctuary from experienced naturalists. Rd The Orr Bog Walk's half-mile long boardwalk surface provides nature enthusiasts of all ages and abilities with easy access to a wide variety of wetland types -- including spruce bog, ash swamp, cattail marsh, and tamarack swamp. In the bog, look for the carnivorous pitcher plant.
In the ash swamp, look for purple fringed orchids in July. Along the Pelican River, be on the lookout for otters, muskrats, eagles, osprey, pelicans, and a wide assortment of other wildlife. Open daily, year 'round Hwy 53, Looking for a fem into Vermilion shower play behind Visitor's Center The Vermilion River drains the beautiful, and massive, Lake Vermilion supplying fun water levels for rafting all summer long.
Here the river banks are covered in thick beds of wild rice. Soon, and after a quick swim if weather permits, the river narrows, the current quickens and the action begins. The swift, clear water cascades over the infamous drop known as Table Rock Falls.
The action continues as the river courses through a small canyon chalked full of constant rapids with towering pines overhead.
Most trips will run this canyon twice as the guides hike the rafts upstream for round 2 as you enjoy the scenery. After the canyon the river opens up as continuous, fun rapids lead you to the takeout. Trips run Wednesday through Sunday.
Mid June to September. This adventure is truly a mix of wilderness and whitewater, proving that there is indeed whitewater rafting in Minnesota. Located in beautiful Olcott Park, the museum complex consists of the former park superintendent's residence, a Finnish log house and a depression-era tourist cabin. Permanent exhibits depict logging and lumbering industries, Virginia's fires of and and the interurban electric railway system trolley.
The museum houses the Virginia Area Historical Society's archival and artifact collections. Or plan your visit with the help of our interactive map. Interactive Map. Looking for Lodging? You've come to the right place. Free Vacation Guide We know you want it. Lake Vermilion Weather. Just about perfect. Fisher Co.
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