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Enjoy the best views on Crane Lake high above the the water jetting out over the granite cliffs. Your large deck with gas grill, lounge chairs, and dining table. Very comfortable new leather love seats in living room next to large picture windows overlooking Bear Island and the south side of Crane Lake. New ceramic tiled 3/4 bath room. Features two bedrooms with ceder walls and knotty pine beaded ceiling. Each features two full beds with quality mattresses. Kitchen is very quaint with all new stainless steel appliances. All the amenities provided for your vacation cooking. Kitchen has extra table for two made of original barn wood for the your morning coffee. Dining room has high top table with excellent views on both sides of the lake. Has ceiling fan and patio doors to your large deck with spectacular views of the lake and wildlife that surround you. Bald eagles soar for their morning fish meal, many species of birds to view from your deck. Spruce grouse cross your path and a white tailed deer or two. Fishing on Crane Lake and the chain of lakes the link together to make the Voyageurs National Park. You can go for miles and enter many lake from this wonderful spor. The north side of Crane Lake in the start of the National Park. The only National Park the is water access only. One lake up is Sand Point Lake and you can continue you fishing and exploring up to left to many lakes, cross over to the north side to visit Canada, or take a right to Loon lake and enter the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. You will never run out of new territory to explore.
Gateway to the Voyageurs National Park, the only motor boat water accessible National Park in the USA. Also one canoe lake away from the entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, miles and miles of interconnected lakes with short portages between, one of the 7 wonders of the world and a must see on your bucket list. Crane Lake Wilderness Lodge is located 2 miles from the end of the roads. Boat access only, with boats available to rent or bring your own. In winter it has the best snowmobiling trails you will find excellent grooming, in the edge the Canada and into the Voyageurs National Park. There is a ice road plowed in the winter to drive to the cabin and unload snowmobiles at the docks. Winter ice fishing is great with Walleye, Northern Pike, White Fish and crappie. One lake over a short distance from cabin is Muooda Lake with excellent winter lake trout fishing. Summer time is absolutely beautiful with mild warm temps. during day and cool evening. The fishing is dynamite. Many fish species also from pike to walleye to small and large mouth bass and lake trout. Pick you species and go to the marina and get the bait. Try the next day a different lake or species. You can go for miles and miles and lake after lake in the Voyageurs National Park. No two days have to be the same. Explore a different lake each day on your stay. The exploring and fishing is endless in this unique wilderness with lake after lake interconnected for you motor boat. No pull out and launch to try a different lake, just take the boat through the narrows to another lake.
The wildlife is incredible. Bald eagles soar over the tops of trees looking for their fish dinner. If your lucky enough you may see an eagle dive to the lake and grasp a fish with the their claws and fly away to their nest. Here the loons call in the evening and their mate calling to come to the Crane Lake. Watch them swim by the dock in the evening. Spruce grouse with walk in front of you when you are on your hike. You may here the wild call of the timber wolf in the distance. Deer, and black bear, huge snapping turtles may be seen. A great variety of song birds for the birder to add to their checkoff. The plant life is also very unique is this special road less area. Many species of wild mushrooms grow here. Blueberries starting in early June till late June are very plentiful. There is nothing more connected to the wilderness then handpicked blueberries from the surrounding hills by the cabin made into blueberry pancakes in the morning. My favorite thing to do with my grandchildren.
The geography is very special also. Many granite outcropping and cliffs present the oldest rocks to view in North America. The rocks exposed here are older then the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Beautiful cliffs and outcropping offer small hike to a great views of this wilderness. Pictographs from the very early natives can be found painted of some of these jagged cliffs.
Swimming is also a great past time here. The water is super clean. Swim off the docks or take your boat a few minutes to a white sandy beach.
The things to do in this unique wilderness is endless, just like the many lakes to explore. Your family will remember this vacation for a lifetime.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
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