Minnesota cabins are fantastic for exploring wild and unspoiled backcountry. When people think of Minnesota one of the first things that comes to mind are lakes. More then 10,000 lakes in the state are replete with a matchless number of cabins for rent in Minnesota. Cabins in Minnesota come in a large variety and can often be rented for the same amount as a hotel would cost, yet come with a wealth of privacy and many more amenities. When you're shopping around for Minnesota cabins, you'll notice they are available in a range from rustic to luxurious, completely secluded to more social settings.
Thunder Lake Lodge in Remer, northeast of Duluth,
offers an assortment of cabins for rent in Minnesota.
Things to do include fishing,
hiking, horseback riding, golf,
antique shopping and more. When choosing a cabin Minnesota
owners' at Thunder Lake Lodge will assist you with
the best options available for your family.
One to four bedroom Minnesota cabins accommodate singles to large families wanting to enjoy an exciting vacation by the lake. Amenities at Thunder Lake Lodge include a game room, laundry facilities, tennis courts, boat rentals, a sandy beach, fishing docks, a boat launch and more. All the cabins in Minnesota at Thunder lake are set amidst towering pines with excellent views of the lake.
Cabins in Minnesota can
also be rented at Blackwater Cabins south of Bemidji.
Two and thee bedroom cabins are offered, each with fully
equipped kitchens, large surrounding properties, lakeside
settings, modern bathrooms, fireplaces, outdoor fire pits
and grills. If you're an angler Blackwater Lake
is great for large bass, tasty walleye and sunfish, which
are small and easy for kids to reel in.
When you step outside your cabin Minnesota outdoor adventures
begin. Mountain biking in the area is also fantastic.
The Paul Bunyan Trail runs from Brainerd to Bemidji and
is well maintained and easy to navigate. Heartland Trail
is a 49-mile loop on railroad grade and is perfect for
cycling, wildlife viewing, and skiing in the winter. The North Country Trail and the Deep Portage
Conservation Reserve are excellent paths for hiking, bird
watching and backpacking. There are six area golf courses
for avid golfers while bird enthusiasts will love the
huge variety of birds in the area.