located about a mile from the campground on Hwy 11 they have you covered for all your fishing needs and more. Bait, Tackle, Propane, Groceries, Gas, and more, stop by for all your camping needs.
located in the falls on hwy 53, they have you covered for all your outdoor needs, fishing rods, reels, depth finders, gps and much more. If you are looking to bring some walleye fillets home with you, you can also buy those as well. No one needs to know you didn't catch them ;)
When life gets in the way of your vacation, they are your one stop full service repair shop.
looking for a guide to take you fishing while your here on vacation, no boat no problem. Lots of guides to choose from to best suit your needs.
The River Golf Course
18 holes overlooking Rainy River
learn about Voyageurs National Park, book tours, check out historical displays, hike down one of the paved walking paths. Lots of learning and discovery for all ages. Voyageurs National park is the only water based park mean you will need some type of water craft to explore within the park. Rentals and tours available.
a 3/4 mile floating deck that allows you to explore the bog, great for walking, running, biking or even strollers. The path continues on further then the decked area for those more adventurous.
when you see a 25' statue of Big Vic you know you have reached the city of Ranier. Big Vic was created in protest of creating Voyageurs National Park in 1980. Ranier has lots of shops and is a quaint little town that is a must to explore. Ranier beach is a perfect little beach to cool off or take a swim off the dock.
City Beach is just outside of Ranier and is a large sand beach area with a floating swim dock, slide, lifeguards, volleyball and basketball courts, and a gazebo area perfect for a picnic.
Don't forget to stop by and see smokey bear and his bear cubs. This 25 ft statue is sure to be a hit especially with the little ones. Smokey also likes to dress up according to seasons, so you never know what he might be wearing.
The first museum dedicated to a single football player. There are many awards named after him and its a fun little museum to learn about his football and wresting days and Koochiching County.