Our Couples Cabins, Larger Homes, and Romantic Cabins all have a stone fireplace and many have a private sauna, hot tub or Jacuzzi spa tub. Nearly all have a full kitchen and washer/dryer as well. Your firewood is stacked in your entry way, and your first fire is laid out waiting for you. All linens and bedding are provided. Each cabin has either a charcoal or gas grill outside (winter months, please request one prior to check-in).
Cabins vary in size from one to five bedrooms and nearly all have a full bathroom for each bedroom.
Cabin 12 is a unique rental with five bedrooms, three baths, a huge living room with a stone fireplace, game room, well-stocked gourmet kitchen, garage, TV with a DVD player, wireless internet, three-season BBQ porch, rock garden with picnic table, and a lake side sitting porch. It’s perfect for a large family or group coming up together. It can fit up to 14 people comfortably.
Jacques Cabin (Classic cabin #3) Back many years ago Francis Jacques and his wife, Florence, spent the winter with us writing and illustrating for their upcoming books and dioramas in major museums. This cabin oozes with the history of Gunflint going all the way back to 1928, and at this point it is the oldest remaining cabin at the resort. You will be very comfortable in this cabin, but it best fits guests who like a historic building.
The Rustic Voyageur Cabins (built in 2012) have one room with a twin over a double, plus a set of bunk beds. They have a refrigerator, microwave, radiant heat, an overhead fan, screened-in porch and outside BBQ area. The cabins are a short walk from the bathrooms. These are seasonal cabins, open from early May to mid-October. (Everything else is open year-around.) Bring your own towels and blanket or sleeping bag for these comfortable but rustic cabins!
All of our Interpretive Naturalist Programs are included with your cabin rental.
In the summer our two naturalist/guides lead more than 30 activities each week. They range from nature hikes, to short canoe trips, to animal searches in the evening, to kid’s fishing fun, to wolf howling, and more. We have a 20-foot Voyageur Canoe for some fun group paddles with one of our guides.
In the winter we have one naturalist on staff who offers activities five days a week (Tuesday-Saturday). Winter activities include cross country ski trips, snowshoeing, wolf howling, candle making, dream catchers, and native American lore.
All these activities vary by the week and season depending on what’s happening in the forest.
Canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards are included, and available for your use at anytime during your stay. During the swimming season we also have tubes for the kids. All fish filleting and freezing is included without charge. Winter packages include cross country skis and snowshoes.
Hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing – We have several scenic hiking trails that lead right out our back yard to take you to Lonely Lake and scenic overlooks along the high cliffs. We maintain these trails for our guests.
At the main lodge you are always welcome to free coffee, tea or hot chocolate. We have a decent inventory of DVDs and they are all free for you to use. The property has free wi-fi available for lodge guests if you just have to check in with the outside world.