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  1. International Falls, Rainy Lake and Ranier CVB

    International Falls, Rainy Lake and Ranier CVB

    301 2nd Ave
    International Falls, MN 56649
    Call: 218-283-9400

    Contact us for all information about International Falls, Ranier, Voyageur National Park and Rainy Lake. Rainy Lake is a world-class fishery. Walleye fishing is great, but you can also catch smallmouth bass, crappie, northern pike and muskellunge. Rainy River also offers a special sturgeon season and is famous for early spring fishing.

    Voyageurs National Park offers boat tours, interpretive programs, camping, boating, hiking and much more. Resorts offer boat rentals to help you explore, or arrange a houseboat vacation and your vacation cabin goes where you go.

    Early history in the International Falls, Ranier and Rainy Lake area is covered at the Koochiching Museums at Smokey Bear Park in International Falls. The Bronko Nagurski Annex commemorates the Falls native and NFL great.

    The Rainy Lake bike trail, City Beach, Falls Country Club and area playgrounds all offer additional recreational opportunities.

    There are many forestry roads throughout Koochiching County and they travel through huge tracts of public land. Opportunities for wildlife watching, fall colors or hunting abound.

    Forestry and County roads are open to ATV traffic and the ever expanding system of trails allows you to explore Koochiching County. There are many points of interest such as Little American Falls, Ben Linn Landing or Samuelson Park. The neighboring Counties are also very open to ATV travel.

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