North Shore and the Gunflint Trail Resorts

map_gunflintThis northeast corner of Minnesota is a true haven for outdoor lovers. The cold, clear beauty of Lake Superior with its craggy shores and gorgeous sunsets beckons one and all.

The Gunflint TrailGunflint Trail winds through unspoiled wilderness including towering pine woods and a landscape dotted with glacial lakes and picturesque resorts.

Brief attempts at mining have left behind abandoned railroads and even small towns, giving the region the allure of a colorful and distinctly northern Minnesotan history.

Gunflint Trail

The Gunflint Trail calls us north to the Minnesota our grandparents knew, a place where elusive timber wolves stalk through the forests, moose frequent stands of birch, and the shadowy and mysterious great gray owl comes out at night. This is a Minnesota worth introducing our children to, and Hungry Jack Lodge and Golden Eagle Resort offer a fantastic wilderness vacation experience.

North Shore

The vistas of the North Shore rival those of the east and west coasts for their unspoiled scenic beauty as visitors look over a mysterious body of water that stretches out to the horizon line. The eight state parks lining the North ShoreNorth Shore (Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock
Lighthouse, Tettegouche, Crosby, Manitou, Temperance River, Cascade
River, Judge C.R. Magney, and Grand Portage) provide a great variety of destinations for the nature lover. In the middle of all the serenity, where the Cross River empties into Lake Superior, sits Lamb's Resort, where the Lamb family has been welcoming visitors for five generations.

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