Known as "the Great Lakes National Forest", Hiawatha National Forest is located in Michigan's wild and scenic Upper Peninsula. The Forest touches the shoreline of three of the five Great Lakes: Lakes Superior, Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. Gorgeous lakeshores, lighthouses, and islands make this a perfect place to explore on a kayak. Round Island is at the eastern tip of Hiawatha National Forest, and it's a favorite place to paddle and camp. Book a tour with us and we'll take care of all of the gear & details!

Hiawatha National Forest and Round Island shoreline from atop the Round Island Lighthouse