Plan Your Next BWCA Trip With These Helpful Resources
Located in Ely, Minnesota, we back up to Moose Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) which is in conjunction with Quetico Provencial Park in Canada. The boundary waters have 2100 lakes, connected by rivers, streams, and portages, and is still considered to be one of the most treasured areas in the united states. Not only can you visit this famous park but you can travel and camp in one of the last places in Minnesota that’s still as natural as it was a thousand years ago.
Below are some links to resources to help plan, learn and answer your questions for your boundary waters visit. Williams and Hall is always glad to help if you’re not finding what you’re looking for as well. Just give us a call day or night and we can help get your trip started.
We have many things happening up here every month in the BWCA. Get caught up on all the latest information from fishing reports to fire concerns in our Newsletter archives. Feel free to sign up here as well.
Wilderness Rules and Regulations
Though the boundary waters are beautiful, there are many rules that need to be followed while visiting. You’ll find this page beneficial for what size groups can be on a single permit, campsite and campfire rules, and fishing and watercraft regulations.
Your safety is our concern at Williams and Hall. It’s part of our core values, we want you to enjoy your Boundary Waters trip all while respecting mother nature and done in a safe way. Find tips and tricks here for making your trip a more enjoyable and safe one.
Helpful resources just a click and call away! Contact Williams And Hall
If you’re looking to plan your next adventure to the boundary waters we’re always glad to help. We can help lock down complex parts of your trip like what to bring, planning a route or even help with permit gathering. We’re always standing by to make your trip easier and more enjoyable. Contact Williams and Hall today to get started!