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Labor Day Weekend

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Well I have given in and am making my first post. Could anyone tell me how busy Rainy gets on Labor Day weekend? I realize this is probably a really stupid question. Mostly I am looking for a quick up and back from Duluth. Leave Thursday night or early Friday morning. What are the chances of getting a campsite? I don't have a problem with a little boat time getting to my destination.

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First of all welcome to FM. On a typical weekend it starts to get busy Thursday afternoon. I would imagine that will happen on the last long holiday weekend of the summer. Your best bet would be to call the park directly but since they don't do reservations they might tell you the same thing. You can get more info from: www.voyageurs.national-park.com

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