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Shore lunch is always one of the highlights of walleye fishing in the great north woods. But to enjoy a wonderful walleye lunch amidst the beauty and creativity of the Ellsworth Rock Gardens makes it even more enjoyable. We ate our tasty lunch cooked on...More
We boated over to the gardens, because it’s not accessible by car. The dock isn’t that big so we had to wait for a spot (Memorial day weekend). There were a lot of people walking around.
It takes maybe a half hour to tour the...More
We took a water taxi from the Arrowhead Lodge (where we were staying), to the Ellsworth Rock Gardens. For about a 20 year period, Jack Ellsworth, painstakingly used the native rocks in the area to create an amazing set of rock sculptures which were set...More
Nice place to stretch your legs for a little hike. You will appreciate the parks efforts to try and restore this gem. Mr. Ellsworth is a great testament to what National Parks are all about. Watch for otters as you arrive and enjoy!
This place is a hidden gem. Go back in time 60 years or so and see what one man and his wife did with the wonders of nature. It ranks right up there with any art museum. The rock sculptures, the history and knowing that...More
Our family takes National Park Trips year round. This latest quick trip was an attempt to check one off the list before school started. Going to a water based park is always tricky when you only have a few days and are not bringing or...More
In the center of a pristine park lie the Ellsworth gardens that remind you of the Coral Castle (Florida) or the redwood carving outside the petrified forest (new mexico). Rock chipped in the shape of too many to mention items. The most unusual thing is...More