Boy River

Longville, Minnesota 56655

Boy River

Boy River Professional Review and Guide

"The Boy River is a quiet, slow stream that winds past unsettled forest and marsh. Begin your trip at the public access on the so-called South Bay of Inguadona Lake. The name of this long, narrow lake name comes from the Ojibwa word equademog, meaning “edge of the slope.” Follow Inguadona northward about 3 miles to the beginning of the Boy River.

Most paddlers will want to end their trip at CR 8, before reaching the windy expanses of Leech Lake. If you wish to continue downstream to the lake, take out at Blackduck Point or Sugar Point. Watch out for winds and high waves on Leech."

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Trail Information

Longville
Nearby City
22.8
Distance
Easy
Skill Level
8 hours
Duration
Class I
Class
Fishing, Camping
Additional Use
Chippewa National Forest (www.fs.usda.gov/chippewa); Forest Supervisor’s Office: (218) 335-8600
Local Contacts
Chippewa National Forest Boy River Canoe Route: fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fsm9_016435.pdf; DeLorme: Minnesota Atlas & Gazetteer: Pages 63 C6–B6; 62 A5
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Jul 2018