Loon Lake Lodge
One of the few remaining original log constructed resorts on the Gunflint Trail. Eight log cabins ranging from 1 bed to 3 beds. Located Loon Lake on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
The area is know for its canoeing, boating, fishing and kayaking . There are also many hiking trails in the area for all levels of hikers.
Loon Lake Lodge resort on the Gunflint Trail in northern Minnesota's northwoods, near the city of Grand Marias is easy to find and to get to.
Make your way from your home to Duluth, MN**.** From Duluth MN, follow MN Route 61 northeast for approximately 110 miles until you get to the City of Grand Marais. (The drive between Duluth and Grand Marias along Minnesota's "north shore" of Lake Superior is a spectacular drive with many beautiful vista's and waterfalls to stop at.)
When you start coming into Grand Marais, you will go down a hill into town. Near the bottom of the hill, turn left onto 5th Av W (County Rd 15). Follow 5th Av W (County Rd 15) to the stop sign at the Gunflint Trail (County Rd 12). Turn left onto the Gunflint Trail (County Rd 12). -- You can also get on the Gunflint Trail (County Rd 12) at the east end of Grand Marias by turning off of Hwy 61 onto 6th Av E
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
Loon Lake Lodge has been owned and operated by Tom & Terry Caldwell for over 30 years.
Pet Friendly Notes
Well behaved pets are welcomed. There is a $20/nt/pet charge.
All cabins are open May through mid October. The Shack cabin is open year around.
$95 - $205
The log cabins are rustic but have many of the amenities you are looking for. Each cabin has a complete kitchen, bathroom with shower and an outdoor gas grill. Some of the cabins are located right on the lake and a few are located on the hill overlooking the lake but all offer a great view of the lake.