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Our weather features warm summer days, cool nights and cold winters!  Spring and fall temperatures run from 60's for highs and 30's for lows.  The four seasons are all well represented in the Ash River area!

AREA GOLFING



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INT'L FALLS  CC 
(218) 283-4491

KITCHEN CREEK GC
Fort Frances, Canada  
 (807) 274-GOLF


VERMILION RIVER GREENS
Buyck  (218) 993-2246

VERMILLION FAIRWAYS
Cook (218) 666-2679

LEGENDS & QUARRY
 AT GIANTS RIDGE

Biwabik
800-688-7669

WOLF RIDGE
Angora/Cook 
877-666-0218

VIRGINIA GC
Virginia  218-748-7530

EVELETH GC
Eveleth  218-744-5943

 WILDERNESS AT 
FORTUNE BAY
Tower  800-555-1714

Ash·Ka·Nam Resort
10209 Ash River Trail
 Ash River, MN  55771
Phone: 218-374-3181 Reservations
1-800-950-1081

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THINGS TO DO

The Ash River/Voyageurs National Park area is a 4 season area with many things to do but water is the main focus of the area. 
Fish hundreds of miles of shoreline and islands, cruise to the Kettle Falls damn or Crane Lake for lunch, visit the Ellsworth Rock
Gardens, travel up river and view the rock cliffs on your way to Ash River Falls or take a sunset cruise!

Starting in September, hunting is in its prime as ruffed grouse and black bear season opens.  White-tail deer season open the first
Saturday in November.  Northern Minnesota has thousands of acres of public hunting land with miles of perfect trails for the hunter.
Fall also offers some spectacular fishing days!  Nothing beats a warm fall day on one of our area lakes or nearby Sullivan Bay while
taking in excellent fishing action and the brilliant fall colors!

And when you're ready for a winter wonderland, click here!

  • AREA CHURCH SERVICES
     
  • 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 VISITOR CENTER
    (218) 875-2111 Daily, 9:00 am - 5 pm  May 8th - Sept 30th
     

  • ASH RIVER VISITOR CENTER
    Meadwood Rd. Ash River Trail
    Open daily May 7-September 30 9-5. Visit the center and enjoy hiking trails filled with pine and spectacular views 
    of Kabetogama Lake.  (218) 374-3221
     

  • ELLSWORTH ROCK GARDENS
    The Ellsworth Rock Gardens are located on the Kabetogama Peninsula across from Cutover Island. The site includes a
    picnic area and dock access to facilitate exploration of the gardens and rock sculptures that were developed here by
    Jack Ellsworth from the 1940s to the 1960s.

     

  • VINCE SHUTTE BEAR SANCTUARY
    Here you can see the wild bears in their natural habitat up close and personal.  Don't forget your cameras!  Near Orr.
     

  • BOG WALK
    At the Voyageurs National Park and Orr Area Information Center.  Open daily, year 'round.  The center offers 
    the chance to walk through a bog without getting your feet wet! Access from HWY 53 in Orr - (218) 757-3932
     

  • SOUDAN UNDERGROUND MINE TOURS AND STATE PARK
    Near Tower, MN   Open daily in summer from 9:00 am - 5:30 pm, (218)-753-2245
     

  • INTERNATIONAL WOLF CENTER
    Ely, MN
     

  • NORTH AMERICAN BEAR CENTER
    Ely, MN

     
  • HISTORIC KETTLE FALLS HOTEL & DAM
    Visit the Kettle Falls Historic District where you can look south into Canada from the international border, visit the dam, 
    the 1912 dam tenders cabin, the site of a blind pig and the 1912 Kettle Falls Hotel.

  • KOOCHICHING COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
    State of the art facility will preserve and educate all visitors about the history of Koochiching County with well-researched and
    exciting exhibits. Over 10,000 items are exhibited in the museum and cover other topics including Native American artifacts, 
    geology, homesteading era, early settlement, farm equipment, antique cars, toy and dolls, and much more! 
    Museum opened May thru September. 

  • BRONKO NAGURSKI MUSEUM
    The Bronko Nagurski Museum is a lasting tribute to an outstanding man, athlete and citizen. It is the first modern 
    museum in America dedicated to an individual football player.  Museum opened May thru September. 
    For more information call (218)283-4316

  • BOISE CASCADE PAPER MILL TOURS
    The art and craft of papermaking is as old as recorded history, and, in International Falls, the growth of the papermaking
    industry and the growth of the city have gone hand in hand. Tours are offered June through August.  218-285-5011

     

  • WATERS OF THE DANCING SKY SCENIC BYWAY
    Named for the that can often be seen dancing in the sky, this is Minnesota's northernmost byway. This breathtaking route
    traverses 191 miles along Minnesota Highway 11 through lakes, the legendary Rainy River, forests, farmland, and several cities and small towns.
     

  • LAND OF THE LADY SLIPPER FESTIVAL - July 14-15, 2012