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 323 reviews
The staff ranger was so helpful and friendly. It is a nice view of Isle Royale as well Lake Superior. This is a very historic site with lovely exhibits. It is free and well worth the stop. Plan...
— Ritamarie J, September 17, 2020
This was a good glimpse of the history of the area and a scenic view of the bay. Off in the distance, you will be able to see Isle Royale on a clear day. Would recommend.
— ryanls82, September 2, 2020
This was a delightful stop on our North Shore excursion this summer; better than expected. The visitors center was closed but a Ranger was available under a tent and he gave us excellent information...
— MGMoss, August 30, 2020
Wow so glad we traveled north to Grand Portage this was the highlight of our north shore trip! The national monument was great! While the visitor center is closed the historical site is open with...
— Cassbella, August 25, 2020
Great unexpected find for history buffs! Visitor center was closed due to Covid but the outdoor experience is very much worth a visit, very interesting look at the first trade in the 1700s. And it’s...
— LookingforSun1974, July 31, 2020