With the Fourth of July just a week away, WCCO viewers picked out Minnesota’s Best Campground. And the Boundary Waters came out on top. After 30 minutes of paddling in search of the campsite, it’s obvious that camping in the BWCA is a little different than at other campgrounds.
An anniversary canoe trip to the boundary waters turned tragic for a Minnetonka couple. Dick and Elaine Barber had paddled into the Basswood River rapids before, but this time the water was high and fast and the canoe they were in tipped over.
The 64-year-old Brainerd man who died and a 4-year-old boy who was saved after their canoe capsized have been identified by authorities.
A 64-year-old Brainerd man is dead and a 4-year-old Arizona boy was saved after a canoe capsized on the Gull River north of Baxter, Minn. Sunday afternoon, according to Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.
Crews have responded to the scene of a water emergency on Lake Snelling involving two people Friday morning.
It began as a tranquil trip into the boundary waters for a U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter pilot home from war. Five days paddling a canoe would be the perfect tonic of both scenery and solitude.
A four-man crew is back in Minnesota after a journey by canoe from Lake Superior to Hudson Bay.
Authorities have rescued a group of young female canoeists who became stranded on the banks of the St. Croix River in northwestern Wisconsin.
A group of canoers are paddling the length of the St. Croix to raise awareness of the scenic river on the Minnesota-Wisconsin border.
The body of a Wisconsin man has been pulled from a lake in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
The search for a missing Wisconsin man in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area was postponed Wednesday.
Law enforcement officers and others returned to the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area in their search for a missing Wisconsin man.
The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an incident involving two people threatening a group of canoeists with a gun.
With 70,000 students tethered to them through the Internet, four northern Minnesota adventurers recently completed a 900-mile dogsled trip in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
Officials in southeastern Minnesota are hoping the public will provide information leading to the owner of an empty canoe found on the Mississippi River three weeks ago.