BWCA Trips
The BWCA- Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is a 1,090,000 acre and was established in 1964 by the U.S. Forest Service in the Superior National Forest. The BWCAW is renowned as a destination for both canoeing and fishing on its many lakes and is the most visited wilderness in the United States. The BWCAW contains over a thousand lakes and attracts visitors with its reputation for canoeing, canoe touring, fishing, backpacking, dog sledding, and remote wilderness character. The BWCAW has nearly 2,200 backcountry campsites and requires all vistors to use the permit system.