Isle Royale is the largest island in Lake Superior and is known for its wilderness characteristics. There is a healthy population of moose and wolf. Encounters with moose are likley but pose no danger if treated properly.
You have to take your food with you, but if you are lucky you may encouter a group of fishermen who prepared a little too much for dinner and are willing to share with fellow campers. Fresh food is a welcome break from dehydrated
There are no motor vehicles allowed on Isle Royale. Backpacking and paddeling are the ways to explore this beautiful place. Camp sites are well isolated to maintain a wilderness atmosphere.
Although Lake Superior can be cold, it has it's warm days if you are lucky. The shore line of Isle Royale is rocky, but swimming can still be enjoyed with a little determination.
There are a variety of smaller islands around Isle Royale. A canoe or kayak will give you access to some wonderful exploring.