The Ultimate Voyageurs National Park Quiz
by Staff
Voyageurs National Park is not your ordinary campground. Be prepared to get wet, as this park is partly covered in water and includes lakes, streams, canals, and marshes. Enjoy an abundance of wildlife and bask in the scenery of relatively untouched land. Take this quiz to learn more about this very aquatic national park.

Voyageurs National Park is named after travelers from:

  • the Rocky Mountains
  • Canada
  • South America

Voyageurs National Park is mostly:

  • water
  • forest
  • mountains

Where is Voyageurs National Park located?

  • Montana
  • Minnesota
  • Alberta

What accommodations are available at Voyageurs National Park?

  • hotel
  • campsite
  • both of the above

What type of birds can you find at the national park?

  • owls
  • eagles
  • both of the above

What percentage of Voyageurs National Park is water?

  • over 20 percent
  • over 30 percent
  • over 60 percent

While riding on a boat you will likely:

  • get lost
  • slip into Canada
  • both of the above

What animal are you likely to see while camping in the Voyageurs National Park?

  • big horned sheep
  • mountain goat
  • moose

In the springtime, you can enjoy picking ___________ in the Voyageurs National Park.

  • berries
  • apples
  • cherries

What fish can you catch in the park?

  • trout
  • smallmouth bass
  • both of the above

What will you find on the Kabetogama Peninsula?

  • water
  • marsh
  • roadless land

What will you discover along the Echo Bay Trail?

  • great blue herons and woodpeckers
  • big horned sheep and mountain goats
  • both of the above

Where can you find an abundance of blueberries during the summer months in the Voyageur National Park?

  • Kabetogama Peninsula
  • Blind Ash Bay
  • Echo Bay Trail

What attraction does the Voyageur National Park provide to help discover this vast land?

  • helicopter rides
  • ranger-led trips
  • zip-lines

The Voyageur National Park ranger-led trip includes travel by:

  • boat
  • canoe
  • both of the above

Why is there a mineshaft on Bushyhead island?

  • from a 19th century gold rush
  • from a 18th century nickel mine
  • from a 19th century diamond mine

Who used the area surrounding Voyageur National Park as a trade route?

  • the aboriginals
  • the French Canadians
  • the British

What made Voyageur National Park area a difficult trade route to navigate?

  • rapid waters
  • cold waters
  • portages

The trade route that was used by the French Canadians marked:

  • the border between the United States and Canada
  • the border of the national park
  • both of the above

When was Voyageurs National Park founded?

  • in the 1850s
  • in the 1900s
  • in the 1970s