Isle Royale National Park located in Michigan’s Keweenaw County and was originally established as of 1940 and is known for helping to preserve wildlife and the natural surrounding areas. Isle Royale National Park is on a cluster of islands on Lake Superior near the north shore of the great lake. Isle Royale National Park features many great campgrounds and hiking trails. Some of the main things to do in Isle Royale National Park park include backpacking, paddling, hiking, scuba diving, guided boat tours and more. The National park covers of over 500,00 acres and offers a lot of great space for camping and backpacking.