Maple, oak and birch colors arrive in a blaze of glory and depart with the soft glow of the tamarack. Autumn is a great time for retreats, introspection, exploring and learning. Spend warm, simple days outdoors hiking or canoeing, and enjoy cool nights by a fire. Fall availability runs Labor Day Weekend through November 6 and Thanksgiving week through December.
- Reading a favorite book by a crackling fire
Snow! Snow! Snow! Over 40 kilometers of incredible cross-country ski trails start at your cabin door and lead into the Boundary Waters Wilderness. From the beginner to advanced, these trails are some of the best you’ll find anywhere. From Thanksgiving weekend through March, the snow is deep and the north woods setting is well worth the travel time.
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Quiet time around a crackling fire
- Ice Fishing
Spring is a time of considerable change in the north woods. The small streams churn full from the snowmelt. Spring flowers push their way through the last bit of crusted snow. The forest is awakening—come watch and listen. March through May are incredible months to watch the rebirth of the North Country.
- Campfires and s'mores
- Observe wildlife including migrating birds heading north for the summer