Wolf Ridge Campus
Welcome to our 2,000-acre classroom on the north shore of Lake Superior.
Established in 1971, Wolf Ridge was originally located at the site of a former Job Corps facility in Isabella, Minnesota. We moved to our current location in Finland, Minnesota in 1988.
Located on a high ridge overlooking Lake Superior, Wolf Ridge is bordered by the Baptism River and features creeks, two lakes, two high peaks, 18 miles of hiking, and ski trails with spectacular views of Lake Superior and the Sawmill Valley.
Facilities include four classroom buildings, two dormitories, including the Margaret A. Cargill Lodge – the first renovation project in the world to receive Living Building certification – a cafeteria that serves food grown on our organic farm, a raptor aviary, two auditoriums, two indoor rock-climbing walls, and two outdoor ropes courses.
We’re located in Finland, Minnesota on a ridgetop overlooking Lake Superior.
Our trails are open to the public. Please check in with our office when you arrive.
Trails, Lakes, & Streams
Discover the ridgetops, lakes, and streams on our 2,000-acre campus.
We have multiple dorms built to teach sustainability and encourage community.
You’ll never go hungry with locally sourced food from our organic farm.
The outdoors is our classroom. This is where the learning happens.
Wolf Ridge Main Campus
Wolf Ridge Trail Map Campus