Grand Portage National Monument170 Mile Creek Rd
PO Box 426
Grand Portage, MN 55605
Located 36 mi N of Grand Marais 1 mi E off U.S. Hwy 61 in Grand Portage.Get Directions
Reconstructed fur trade depot, Ojibwe Village exhibit, and 8.5 mile historic Grand Portage trail. Living History, Park Ranger guided programs/demonstrations, Ojibwe Village exhibit, fur trade history, area history; historical demonstrations, historic cooking and baking demonstrations; Visitor Center, and gift shop.
Hours & Dates
Seasonal Hours (May 28 - October 10)
- Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
We are a green park.
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Eco-friendly purchasing practices
- Energy efficiency/conservation
- Transportation-related policies or programs
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
- Native-American heritage
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 313 reviews
Although we could not see the historic buildings because it was too late in the year, the movie was excellent. It was told from the perspective of a young Indian man and gave a terrific history of...
— Wandering963, October 15, 2019
This very important post on the far North Shore is well worth the visit. Entry is free. It is well run and expertly serves the public. The staff brings history alive in fascinating and amusing style...
— goalycego, October 8, 2019
The interpretive center is interesting and the workers are knowledgeable and eager to answer your questions. Take the free tour to hear about fur trading and a lot more. We also hike Mt Rose that is...
— karensSouthernIN, October 8, 2019
Site nicely recreates key link in 18th Century fur trade. Our guide Doyle did an excellent job of explaining the importance of the site and North West Company in development of North America, as well...
— wrsullivan553, September 19, 2019
The hiking is very nice. The gain is not much and like any other hike. You have to keep your eyes on the path more than the scenery around you. Grab the hike guide, it explains the high points on the...
— theuniquewoodsman, September 10, 2019