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About the BWCA
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area preserves as wilderness almost 200 miles of lakes and forestland running along the border of the U.S. and Canada. It reaches from Crane Lake in the Voyageurs National Park to the Pigeon River, which empties to Lake Superior.
With over one million acres, over 1000 lakes, 2000 campsites it ranks as the second largest area within the United States’ National Wilderness Preservation system. It is one of two nationally designated canoe wilderness areas and attracts over 200,000 visitors a year.