Directions to the Northwest Angle - Lake of the Woods
The Northwest Angle and Island is uniquely situation at the "top of the nation" and is the northern most point in the contiguous United States. The adventure of your guided fishing trip with Angle Andy's Guide service begins with the drive to the Northwest Angle. Your drive to the Northwest Angle will be filled with scenic beauty and wildlife sightings. The Angle is located approximately 60 miles north of Roseau or Warroad, MN. Traveling by vehicle requires passing through Canada, then re-entering the United States at Angle Inlet, MN. Most guests choose to enter Canada at the Roseau/South Junction port of entry or Warroad/Sprague port of entry. From there you will go through Sprague, MB. After 40 miles of paved road, the road will transition to gravel until you enter the Northwest Angle (Angle Inlet).
Directions from Roseau, MN: From Roseau take HWY 310 to the Roseau/South Junction border crossing station. After going through the Canada Border Crossing follow HWY 310. At the stop sign turn right onto HWY 12. Travel 5.9 miles and take a left on MB-308 N (turning by Esso gas station following signs for Sprague.) After 27 miles, take the right onto MB-525 E (entering MN). Continue onto Co Rd 330 into the Northwest Angle.
Directions from Warroad, MN: From Warroad, take MN-313 N to the Warroad/Sprague port of entry. Continue into Manitoba. After 12.6 miles, make a right turn onto MB-308 N (follow signs for Sprague just before Esso gas Station). After 27 miles, take a right onto MB-525 E (this will enter back into MN). Continue on Co Rd 330 into the Northwest Angle.
By Lake: Travelers who are unable to enter into Canada may choose to travel 40 miles by boat to the Northwest Angle and Islands. For information on charter services, please contact Angle Andy's.
A passport/passport card is required when crossing the US/Canada border. There are 6 accepted forms of identification which can be used including:
Enhanced Drivers License
For more information on passport requirements and other restrictions contact Angle Andy's Guide Service or go to www.cbp.gov
For additional information on traveling to the Northwest Angle and Islands, please visit the following sites:
Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau
Northwest Angle and Islands Website