Naniboujou Lodge

Address: 20 Naniboujou Trail, Grand Marais, Minnesota, 55604, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 20 Naniboujou Trail, Grand Marais, is near Devil's Kettle.
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      Travel Blogs from Grand Marais

      A day trip to the USA

      A travel blog entry by micktaylor on Sep 28, 2014

      10 photos

      ... a bit further south to Temperance River State Park and walked part of the trail down past the waterfall to the rocky shore line of Lake Superior. We drove back to Grand Marais and enjoyed a beer on a roof top terrace listening to a local musician playing his country music.

      All too soon it was time to hit the road back to Thunder Bay after a great day out in the warm September sunshine.
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      300 Miles the First Day

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Aug 29, 2014

      ... reservation located seven miles from the Canadian border. Its primary source of revenue is a casino, which draws patrons mostly from Thunder Bay, Ontario, and northern Minnesota. There is a national monument, too, a boring old fort from the days of fur trading that I have no interest in visiting, so it doesn’t count.

      Zan continues, “It’s still early, let’s go back to Grand Marais. Maybe I can pick up something for dinner, and get ...

      Boundary Waters and Blueberries

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 07, 2014

      8 photos

      We spent two nights in Grand Marais before the trip to Isle Royale so we decided on the day between to drive up the 50 miles of Gunflint Trail to the eastern section of the Boundary Waters Area to kayak and maybe pick blueberries.

      This vast network of lakes, rivers and portages had been used by traders for centuries to transport furs east and trading goods and supplies west into the north woods and boreal forest areas.

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      The End of the Road!

      A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Jul 31, 2013

      11 photos

      ... of the French-Canadian voyageurs and coureur des bois between their wintering grounds and their depots to the east.Composed of the Pigeon River and other strategic interior streams, lakes, and portages, this route was of enormous importance in pre-industrial times. It provided quick water access from Canada's settled areas and Atlantic ports to the fur-rich North-Western Territory. Some 50 miles (80 km) upstream ...

      The Ferry

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 03, 2011

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... School bus seats are bolted to a deck covered in mauve carpet. The ceiling is a waffle-like crisscross of metal beams. We find out why later when the first mate comes through using the ridges as handholds, reminiscent of a child crossing the monkey bars on a playground.

      Captain Mike welcomes us to the ferry over the intercom and tells us where the bathrooms are and that it is important to read and follow the instructions on how to use them. If we start feeling seasick, ...