Kabetogama Lake is the best place to plan your vacations...
It's like being in a Minnesota Postcard
In Minnesota, the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes, Kabetogama is an enchanted combination of sky blue waters and majestic forests. Situated along the U.S.- Canadian border, Kabetogama Lake has miles of pristine undeveloped shoreline, 25,000 acres of clean, cool water and is one of four major lakes that make up Voyageurs National Park. Established in 1975, Minnesota's only National Park commemorates a key stretch of waterway canoed by 18th century French-Canadian Voyageurs who transported goods and furs along the international border lakes. Kabetogama Lake is a forested lake country setting born of an ancient glacier flow, edged by the great Canadian Shield.
Whether you're an angler looking for walleyes, someone in need of relaxation or an outdoor enthusiast, resorts along the Kabetogama shoreline can provide you with lodging, boats and motors or safe docking for your own boat. Large boats and motors have easy access to the interconnecting Voyageur waterway of Kabetogama, Namakan, Sand Point and Crane lakes (65 miles west to east). Cruise among the labyrinth of pine and aspen covered granite islands; view bald eagles, osprey and pelicans and keep your eye on the shoreline for sightings of wildlife. If you're an adventurous soul who likes to explore; canoes, kayaks and complete outfitting services are available. Anglers who long for wide open spaces and good fishing will revel in the cool, clean waters and solitude of Kabetogama. Walleye, Northern Pike, Jumbo Perch, Bass and Crappies, whatever you're looking for, we've got.
The Kabetogama Lake and Community is crisscrossed with snowmobile trails and has several hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails to offer guests for their year-round appetite.
Seasons change on Kabetogama, but the fun never stops. Just the changing of green leaves to gold is enough to excite us. With each new season, a whole new batch of activities and wonders unfold. We invite you to come join our family, to share what is here, naturally!
So come and explore and realize that you have just been in "God's Country".