We enjoyed our two night stay in the Angler unit in the main lodge; the whirlpool tub was welcome after a day of hiking and exploring. We arrived after the peak tourist season so we enjoyed a peaceful respite. Owner Sue Prom and staffer Kristie made us a great pancake breakfast each morning. We canoed for only a short time as the wind was very strong and we aren't skilled in canoeing; but it was fun. We fished from the docks without success but enjoyed the opportunity to try; next trip we'll hire a guide. The aspen and birch were golden and the few maples were blaze red. The '97 Ham Lake fire damage was still evident, yet did not detract from the wild beauty. One rare treat was the daily visit of a fox to the resort; I've never been that close before -- within 15 feet. We'll come back to Voyageur's Outfitters again...a very comfortable stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the end of the Gunflint Trail adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and surrounded by the Superior National Forest. Leave your cell phones and worries at home and relax at Voyageur.Comfortable cabins with direct access to the BWCA for canoeing, fishing and camping. Hiking trails & the Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center nearby. Moose seen regularly, loons heard frequently and solitude found always. We invite you to Voyageur, Where the Trail Ends Your Voyage Begins. ... more less