Voyageurs National Park lifts no-wake restriction on Namakan Basin
Voyageurs National Park has lifted the No-Wake restriction on Kabetogama, Namakan and Sand Point Lakes due to lake levels receding.
Park staff encourage still encourage all boaters to reduce their wake when traveling near any docks as a precaution during continued flood recovery efforts.
The No-Wake restriction is still in effect on Rainy Lake due to high water, meaning boaters should restrict travel to idle speed within 300 feet of any shoreline on the lake.
Park staff have also completed the placement of all hazard markers throughout the Namakan basin of the park.
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