Our Complete BWCA Outfitting package saves you the time, stress and expense of packing all your own gear up to the Boundary Waters. So go ahead and use our packed and ready top-quality canoes, food and gear! Whether you’re looking for a weekend basecamp or an adventure deep into the heart of the BWCA or Quetico Provincial Park, our experienced boundary waters outfitters are prepared to provide everything you need for your trip.
Our food and canoe packages are perfect for travelers who have all the camping and fishing gear they need, but don’t have a canoe or don’t want to mess with perishable food items on their way to the lodge. With these packages we outfit you with a canoe, quality camping food, a cook kit, utensils, cleaning supplies and a food pack with bear rope to hang everything thing in. You select options from our menu and we have it all packed and ready when you arrive. These packages also include a night in our bunkhouse, breakfast, free parking, and a free routing session. Prices for food packages are priced per person.
If you already have some of your own gear, you can simply fill the gaps by renting just what you need from Clearwater BWCA Outfitters. We only rent out proven high-end gear that we would use ourselves. We focused on lightweight, utility and durability. All rental prices are per person, per day. We also have a Rent to Buy option, where you can put any money you used to rent an item(s) towards your very own, brand-new version of the item(s).
For the ultimate paddling adventure, immerse yourself in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area; a 1.5 million-acre water based wilderness, with us. Our experienced guides will help you develop paddling and camping skills to keep you comfortable and enjoy the best the BWCA has to offer in any weather condition any time of year. We provide and carry all of the necessary camping equipment to sleep comfortably under the stars as well as providing all of the food to cook over an open fire. You will need to paddle a canoe and portage your own packs and equipment but the physical work involved in getting to that hot fishing spot or 5-star campsite on a lake that you have all to yourself is what makes it an adventure.