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10123 Ash River Trail River home with 150 feet of shoreline. This three bedroom home is ready to move in. The large insulated, heated garage at the end of the black top drive will give you plenty of room for your boat and storage. You can relax on your front deck enjoy the outstanding views and watch the sunset over the Voyageurs National Park. Ash River is the central entrance to the Voyageurs National Park located between Namakan and Kabetogama. Many beaches and islands are located a short boat ride from your dock.
Ash River is a central entrance to the Voyageurs National Park
At 10123 Ash River Trail the National Park that spans 218,054 acres, including 84,000 acres of water, many miles of undeveloped shoreline and hundreds of islands. The park’s 55-mile northern boundary is the international border between the United States and Canada and includes an important segment of the “transcontinental highway” traversed by French-Canadian voyageurs during the late 1700s and early 1800s.
Nearby the home at 10123 Ash River Trail some of the oldest exposed rock in the world (2.8 billion years old!) Glaciers, more than a mile high, scoured out the lake and river beds here and set the stage for vast forests. This area, where the southern boreal forest meets and mixes with the northern hardwood forest, is widely known for its wildlife viewing opportunities. Voyageurs is one of only two national parks in the continental United States with an indigenous population of the Eastern timber wolf. It also is a great place to see bald eagles, loons, and otters, glimpse a moose, or to catch a prize-winning fish.
There are numerous hiking trails in the area.
The serene forest haven of Voyageurs National Park and surrounding areas provide what might be just what the doctor ordered. People have been coming to the North Woods for decades to escape the hustle of everyday life. Some came only for a visit, but spent a lifetime. Maybe you are here for the day, a week, or longer. No matter the time, a great way to explore this haven is out on the trails. Ranging from easy to strenuous, everyone can find a trail. The Ash River and Rainy Lake areas are home to many of the park’s car accessible trails, while those with boat access can venture onto the Kabetogama Peninsula.