With the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we know that there are many questions to ponder regarding a wilderness canoe trip.
The health and safety of our guests and staff is always of paramount importance to us. We continue to closely monitor the situation as it unfolds. We remain in contact with the US Forest Service, Minnesota and Lake County Departments of Health, and professional medical people. Our goal is to continue to provide you with the ability to adventure with us with confidence.
For any questions or concerns regarding current or future bookings, please call our team for assistance at 800-552-5581 or email us.
Thank you for your continued trust in all of us at North Country Canoe Outfitters. We hope to welcome you on a canoe trip in the near future, and we thank you for your continued support.
As part of our state-required operating plan for dealing with the Cironavirus, we feel it nesessary to advise our clients of the risk of COVID-19 infection. While North Country is following state guidelines for disinformation of common areas, the use of hand sanitizer, and requiring masks while interacting with our staff, infection is possible. Among other sources, it could come from even your own party. Please review the documents listed below, print and sign them and bring them with you, as signed copies are required upon arriving at our base. Unaccompanied minors must have their releases signed by a parent / guardian , and brought with them to the base.
Watch this coronavirus update on US / Canada border closing. North Country Canoe Outfitters addresses current Quetico permit situation. (3/20/20) Radio segment with Andy Fales of KXNO Radio, Des Moines.
We will update this page as we receive new information. Last update: June 5, 2020