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As a child my family visited Lake Kabetogama because my grandparents had a cabin nearby. Now 25 years later I returned with my husband to explore the area. We rented a pontoon and had a great day cruising around, stopping at random spots to explore...More
A must see if you like the outdoors. Not crowded, great fishing and pristine water. Highly recommended for it’s solitude and relatively calm water. Swimming in the summer offers a truly invigorating experience! Kids will love it!
Such a terrific lake for boating and exploring and even as a gateway into further exploration of Voyageurs National Park. Lots of fishing. Some waterskiing. Houseboats finding hidden coves. Islands to camp on or picnic. And the north woods scenic beauty. Just bring ample bug...More
We rented a pontoon boat from our resort, for a day of boating on the lake.
This is a huge lake, with lots of islands, rock hazards, and fishing.
A GPS and depth finder is a must. As an alternative you could get a navigation...More
Took the NPS boat ride and took advantage of a 50% discount for having a senior national park card. $20 instead of the $40 paid by other fellow travelers. Think the trip took 5-6 hours with a 2 hour stop for lunch @ Kettle Falls...More
Wow! Fishing in Lake Kabetogama was just amazing! The variety of fish you catch is crazy! Northern, smallmouth bass and of course walleye! Where else can you go and catch your limit in just a few hours and watch bald eagles fly around! Just an...More
My 3 siblings and I rented a houseboat for a 4 day vacation. It was an amazing time.
It's bigger than I expected and because our houseboat was slow, we spent all our time on the western side of the lake. To get to Kettle...More
Dont visit without a boat. Lots of things to do. We visited all three NP Visitor Centers. WE recommend the Kabetogama Overlook trial and the Beaver Pond Overlook. We also liked to Cruiser Lake and say beavers and beaver dams. Lots of sign of moose...More