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WHEN PLANNING YOUR NEXT GETAWAY, 
MAKE SURE YOU’VE GOT SOMEONE GOOD BEHIND THE WHEEL.

Escaping to Isle Royale National Park isn’t just about packing your gear anymore, it’s about turning your next wilderness escape into an even greater adventure. That’s because while most wilderness excursions begin when you get there, yours begins at takeoff.

From takeoff to the on-water landing, your seaplane adventure is as much a destination as Isle Royale itself. Whether you’re simply camping, hiking or just escaping, each can start the minute the engine fires up and you take to the air. Your adventure starts here. Welcome aboard Isle Royale Seaplanes!

Isle Royale Seaplanes - Cessna 206

Anything but plain.

Your over-water flight path brings you scenery traditional routes and means of travel simply can’t match.


PART BOAT. PART PLANE. ALL ADVENTURE.

Whether you depart from a Houghton County Airport or a waterfront location, you’ll enjoy the unmatched sights and scenery only seaplane travel can deliver. Plus, since you’re in the air as opposed to a water-bound ferry, you will see views of Michigan’s rugged Keweenaw Peninsula few ever do–and our on-water landing in the protected bays at Windigo and Rock Harbor all adds up to an adventure you won’t soon forget.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
AIR FARE AND AIR FLAIR.

One Way Ticket

$210
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Round Trip Ticket

$310
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Inter-Island Ticket

$100
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ISLE ROYALE SEAPLANES

23810 Airpark BL
Calumet, MI 49913

(906) 483-4991

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On this day in 1933, the 259-foot metal passenger steamer SS George M. Cox met its ill fate on the rocky reef at Rock of Ages Lighthouse. Today, the remains rests on the floor of Lake Superior in two major pieces, giving divers both a shallow and deep water look into this piece of history.
For information on this wreck dive, visit: www.superiortrips.com/Cox_Shipwreck.htm
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With only 3 wolves remaining on Isle Royale, the park service mulls their decision on whether to bring more wolves into the population. Listen to the NPR environmental report podcast here:http://www.npr.org/podcasts/510002/the-environment-report/partials?start=placeholder# ... See MoreSee Less

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There's nothing better at the end of a full day of exploring the island, than an Isle Royale sunset. Check out this cool time-lapse video of the sunrises and sunsets at Isle Royale: on.lsj.com/1KAOdNZ

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A timelapse of a sunrise and sunset on Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior. Dave Wasinger | LSJ.com

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In 1913, aviator and aircraft manufacturer Tom Benoist designed the Benoist XIV, a small biplane flying boat. The new flying boat is credited with starting the first scheduled airline service in the world.

Photo Courtesy of Florida State Archives, Circa 1913

#FlyingBoat #Biplane #TomBenoist #BenoistXIV #TBT #ThrowBackThursday #Seaplanes #History
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Today is the first day of our seasonal flight season and it feels great to be back. Book your trip today! www.isleroyaleseaplanes.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Royale Air Service is now Isle Royale Seaplanes!

Same ownership. New name and look.