Much like Isle Royale this national park is also located in a fairly remote location along the Canadian (Ontario) border and is largely comprised (40%+) of water. Essentially, you have three options for effectively exploring and navigating this land: Bring your own watercraft, reserve a watercraft in the park, or join a guided boat tour led by a park ranger. Without choosing one of these options, you will be very limited in your ability to explore the 218,000 acres that comprise this natural habitat. While the park is obviously easier to access during the spring and summer months, it also offers multiple activities throughout the winter, including snowshoeing opportunities for the whole family to enjoy. For a unique national park experience, you simply can’t go wrong with this option.