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Relax, disconnect, unwind and explore! Our location provides bike-in, bike out access to the nationally ranked Cuyuna Mountain Bike trails and the paved trail. We are walking/biking distance to mine lakes and only a couple blocks from Historic Main Street. Louise Cabin is one of 5 cabins and has a gorgeous bathroom, stocked kitchenette, private patio/grill + access to several fire pits. 2 sets of snowshoes/2 Inflatable paddleboards AND our custom outdoor sauna are included in your stay.
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- Grand Marais
Located near Grand Marais, Minnesota Always Grace on Lake Superior is luxury at its finest and is a welcoming home from the moment you step in the door. Inside you feel like you are on a ship- with wood walls and views out of the living room window, where you can see nothing but water ahead of you- no shoreline between you and the lake, thanks to your perch atop the shore's edge.
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- Grand Marais
Serenity Shores is luxury meets Lake Superior just a few short miles from downtown Grand Marais, Minnesota. From the moment you walk through the front door of Serenity Shores, you are greeted with large windows allowing you to take in the incredible Lake Superior views.
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Your guide to Minnesota
Welcome to Minnesota
Minnesota takes its name from the Dakota word for water, and the state has plenty of it. Its nickname, Land of 10,000 Lakes, is a conservative count: The best-known of the 14,000-plus bodies of water may be the border-crossing Lake of the Woods, the vast expanse of Lake Superior, and Lake Itasca, best known as the source of the Mississippi River. Facing off across that same river, Minnesota's largest city and its state capital, Minneapolis and St. Paul, come together as the Twin Cities. Here, you'll find fervid sports fans, a beloved craft beer scene, an artists’ community, and the enormous, tax-free shopping paradise of the Mall of America. Despite the reputation for frigid winters in the Upper Midwest, nothing in Minnesota slows down for the snow or ice. When the weather obliges, people flock to skating rinks, ski runs, snowshoe trails, and ice-fishing spots. In summer, the state’s parks fill up with bikers, hikers, and campers, while the boaters, swimmers, and water skiers head to Minnesota’s many waterways.
How do I get around Minnesota?
The Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is the state's largest, busiest airport. In addition to serving destinations all over the country and the world, it acts as a hub for smaller airports across the state. Getting into the Twin Cities from the airport can be done by light rail, rideshare, shuttle, taxi, or rental car. Unless you don't plan to leave downtown Minneapolis, you should rent a car, as public transportation is limited outside of the metropolitan core. Drivers can also cross into Minnesota from Canada at more than a half-dozen entry points. Amtrak trains serve five stations in Minnesota, including St. Paul, as they pass through the state en route between Seattle and Chicago.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Minnesota?
All four seasons come on strong in Minnesota, but don't let the incredibly chilly winter keep you away. The icy northern climate brings out the state's best, in the form of bare-chested football fans cheering in subfreezing temperatures, snowy wonderlands for outdoor recreation, and cozying up in one of the state’s numerous cabin rentals. Spring and fall temperatures vary greatly as the weather shifts from extreme cold to extreme heat. While summers in Minnesota can be excessively warm, they also open up a world of outdoor activities, including boating of all types on its rivers and lakes. Summer also ushers in the king of all statewide events: the Minnesota State Fair.
What are the top things to do in Minnesota?
Minnesota State Fair
For two weeks near the end of August, the Twin Cities hosts one of the largest — and arguably the best — state fairs in America. More than 2 million people a year attend the celebration of the state's agriculture, arts, and industry, where they stuff themselves on classic fried fair food, ride the rides, and admire farm animals and equipment.
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
Stretching along Minnesota’s northern border, this 19,000-acre park includes 1,500 miles of canoe routes and 2,000 campsites. Novice and expert boaters alike flock to the area for paddle-powered adventures, and the occasional chance to see the Northern Lights.
Twin Cities Arts Scene
With two major art museums — the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center — plus lots of smaller ones, the Twin Cities offer plenty to look at. Add to that a thriving theater scene and the Paisley Park compound, a living shrine to the late local legend and global pop star.