The clean and comfortable cabins
provide a magnificent view of Lake Superior.
Summer rentals (mid-June, July and August) are weekly and run from Saturday to Saturday. Three day minimum rental for the rest of the year.
Off season: March 16 -May 14 and October 26 - December 14
~ All Rates are plus tax. ~
For rates and more pictures, please visit our other site
Paddle boats are included with cabin rental.
Take a stroll over to the sandy
beach on Lake Superior
Grand Marais is at the eastern entrance to the Pictured Rocks Narional Lakeshore and offers miles of sugar sand beaches, sand dunes, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, cross-country ski trails, snowshoeing, waterfalls, church bells on the hour, beach volleyball, relaxing picnics and sunbathing on the agate strewn beaches.
We are at the edge of the Lake Superior State Forest with hundreds of acres of public lands to enjoy.
Grand Marais is a small charming historical village with friendly people, restaurants, a brewing company, fish market, groceries, a gas station, boat dock, real estate offices, a newspaper and craft shops (handmade treasures by talented locals).
Credit Cards Accepted.
Dogs are welcome but please don't
leave them in the cabins unattended.
Please visit our other website for rates and additional information.
Photographs courtesy of Craig Winnie, Sunset Cabins
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