Michigan's Isle Royale National Park is a remote pocket of beauty that should be on every park-lover's bucket list. The park is an island roughly 45 miles long  spanning 9 miles at its widest on the American side of the Canadian border in Lake Superior. Since the park is an island, it is vehicle-free, so it is only accessible via seaplane or ferry from Minnesota or Michigan. Once on the island, there are many things to do including fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and touring. There are two visitor centers on either end of the island that are fully staffed seven days a week, so visitors can easily learn about the copper mining and fishing heritage of the island.