Norway Beach Visitor Information Center

Welcome to the Norway Beach Visitor Information Center!   This historic log lodge was built in 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Pike Bay Camp.  Originally used as the campground shower building, the site is now open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.      Visitors enjoy sitting in the big log furniture in front of the stone fireplace.  Naturalists present interpretive programs throughout the summer, and visitors will also find Forest displays and an interpretive bookstore inside as well. 

The Visitor Center is tucked in between 4 campground loops and along the Migizi Bike Trail within the Norway Beach Recreation Area.

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Latitude: 47.378967 Longitude: -94.550616 Elevation: 1296 ft

Seasons Open

Memorial Day through Labor Day (Late May to Early September)

Hours Open

9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


No Fees for the Visitor Center or Naturalist Programs

Eco-Friendly Notes

The Visitor Center bookstore does try to provide eco-friendly products made locally.

Accessibility Notes

Visitor Center is accessible, including displays, program area and restroom.  Paved sidewalk from the front parking area.  Access to the beach is first a paved path and then open, level  grassy picnic area.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome on a leash on the grounds outside. 

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