Just because this national park is among the least visited (4th least in 2018) doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t visit. Let’s just be clear about that from the beginning. In fact, that in itself may be a great reason to visit if crowds of people are not your first preference. This park, surrounded by Lake Superior and located just a handful of miles from the Canadian border and the province of Ontario, offers an isolated, serene and rugged landscape for backpackers, hikers, boaters and even scuba divers to escape to. Its untouched beauty and splendor are tucked away in this remote location and (obviously) only accessible by boat. Guided tours of the park are offered by a few private companies and should be booked well in advance to assure availability.