Back in 1621 our Pilgrim ancestors started the tradition of a Thanksgiving celebration for the blessings they experienced in their lives. They invited their Native American neighbors to join them in a feast of venison, fish, corn, nuts and berries. When the Kerfoot family came to the Gunflint Trail in 1927 they continued this tradition. They invited all the neighbors to join them, the Plummers and Cooks (their Native American neighbors), trappers, guides, loggers and anyone else who was around.
As we continue to offer our old-fashioned Thanksgiving in the Northwoods, it’s the perfect opportunity to relax and remember what it’s all about. And to share this tradition with new friends in the Northwoods too.
While you’re here, enjoy the outdoors hiking or looking for moose and deer in the woods. Play board games in front of your fireplace. Step outside after dark to check for Northern Lights or a nearby wolf howling.
All your meals are covered during your stay, including the huge Thanksgiving Buffet. Your mouth will water just smelling the haunch of buffalo, double smoked ham and slow roasted whole turkey. Not to mention all the side dishes and desserts. And there are always homemade cookies, coffee, tea and hot chocolate at the Lodge all day long.
Thanksgiving Menu Coming Soon!
The Thanksgiving Weekend Package includes:
- 4 nights accommodations
- All meals from dinner Wednesday evening through breakfast Sunday morning
- Thanksgiving dinner buffet
- Use of all all hiking trails and guided Naturalist activities
Weekend Package pricing:
- $599 per person in a Classic Cabin
- $649 per person in a Romantic Cabin or Gunflint Lake Home
- Children under 12 are half-price
- Prices based on double occupancy; base cabin occupancies apply
Sales tax and service fee are additional