More than One Way to Winter on the North Shore

While the North Shore may be cold and snowy, that doesn’t stop us from enjoying the winter! Whether you’re looking to venture into the great outdoors and take in the majestic sparkling scenery or you prefer to hunker down in fuzzy socks near a cozy fire, there is an activity for every type of winter enthusiast! No matter the getaway you need most, there is sure to be an event to match. Below are just a few of this season’s upcoming attractions, choose your winter Odyssey and be sure to reserve your room to make the most of it!

Ryan Anderson guides his dogs through the snow on the last few miles of the 370 mile Joh Beargease Sled Dog Marathon. Photo by Dennis O'Hara

John Beargrease Dog Sled Marathon Festival 

January 24-29

Did you know the North Shore is home to the premier sled dog race series in North America? The annual race covers 400 miles and is the longest in the lower 48 United States! This year more than 60 teams of mushers will participate in several different classes. The route for the marathon race starts on the north side of Duluth and then hugs Lake Superior as the racers head toward the U.S.-Canada border. 

In addition to watching a fantastic display of athleticism and endurance by the dogs and mushers, spectators can participate in a host of activities. Some local favorites are the cub run, the mini sled dog races, the vet checks, and the cutest puppy contest. There is also a silent auction and tap takeover featuring beers from local favorites Pent Paddle and Castle Danger.


The Cook County Ridge Riders Snowmobile Drag Race Series

January 25- February 29 

Offering some of the best snowmobiling in the Upper Midwest, the Cook County Ridge Riders host an annual series of snowmobile drag races Saturdays throughout the winter at varying locations. Racers compete in 600cc, 700cc, and 800cc classes for cash prizes. Spectators are invited to watch the races and enjoy live music, food, and fun in the Northwoods. Dogs are welcome. Proceeds from the races benefit the grooming and maintenance of more than 400 miles of snowmobile trails in Cook County. 


Cold Front February 

February 1 

Residents of Duluth know how to lean into winter. Residents of Duluth know how to lean into winter. Celebrate one of the coldest times of the year with Cold Front February festival! It draws thousands of participants to Canal Park for a weekend of great food, drinks, and live music and outdoor activities. Stop by for sledding, yoga in the snow, snow sculpting, and fat-tire biking or warm-up at one of the outdoor firepits! There are events for all ages, and most are free. 


Two Harbors Winter Frolic

February 7-9

The annual Two Harbors Winter Frolic is the event for winter lovers. Local Two Harbors’ business and community members put on a weekend full of activities to remind you that every season has something to offer! Some of the favorites include the curling and boot hockey tournaments, vintage snowmobile ride, photo scavenger hunt, sliding and snow building contest, and the tug of war. There is also a Chili Cook-off, plenty of great food and live music. Bring the whole family and embrace the winter! 


Hygge Festival 

February 7-16

Hygge is a Danish word for embracing the simple pleasures in life and feeling relaxed and cozy with friends, family, and fire, and you don’t have to visit Denmark to experience it! Cook County celebrates this lifestyle with a 10-days of snowshoe hikes, craft, art exhibits, night skiing, foodie menus, and a cozy fireplace tour. Don’t forget to pick up some new socks and warm clothing at one of the local area businesses. 


Pincushion Ski Festival 

February 15

The North Superior Ski and Run Club sponsor’s one of the oldest cross-country ski races in the area on the beautiful Pincushion Mountain Trail System. The Grand Marais race is a celebration of cross-country skiing and a fundraiser for maintaining the trails. There are races of several different lengths as well as kids and family skiing opportunities, with ski rental available!

After you take your skis off, stick around for live music, food, and warm beverages in the warming shack. Then head outside to the bonfire to roast some ‘mallows or take part in human bowling and a game of tug o’ war! Ski pros from Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply will be on-site all day to help out and give insider tips.


Fiber Week 

February 11-17

Calling all Fiber enthusiasts! Join together in Grand Marais for the 10th Annual Fiber Week at the Art Colony & North House Folk School! The event features a series of fun and informative talks and demonstrations, film screenings, open studio, and learning opportunities. There are more than a dozen courses to choose from that focus on community, creativity, and exploration. It is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about textiles and their history, perfect your craft, and showcase your work!


After a day exploring communities on the North Shore, head back to your resort and warm up with a relaxing break in the pool or sauna, or a warm drink by the fire. Experience the best of winter up and down the North Shore with Odyssey Resorts!

Fun Winter Adventures

8 winter activities you can experience on Minnesota's North Shore.

Make the most of winter with a visit to the North Shore and Odyssey Resort. The area offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for memorable adventure. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite activities that are popular with guests and locals alike.

#1 Snowshoeing

Strap on some snowshoes for a wonderful trek. Snowshoeing is the perfect way for the whole family to explore the outdoors scenery and undisturbed beauty of winter. It’s a great winter exercise and social activity for all ages. Free snowshoe rentals for guests at East Bay Suites in Grand Marais, Grand Superior Lodge and Larsmont Cottages in Two Harbors.

#2 Alpine & Cross-Country Skiing

The North Shore is the perfect canvas for skiing recreation. There are countless cross-country skiing trails that weave through forests or hug the lakeshore, perfect for beginners and expert skiers alike.  If you prefer downhill skiing, we have you covered there too. Head to Spirit Mountain or Lutsen Mountains for a day on the slopes. Stay slopeside at Caribou Highlands Lodge on Lutsen Mountains or stay just up the road at East Bay Suites in Grand Marais.

#3 Skijoring

This activity is perfect for dog lovers. Skijoring is a fast-growing winter activity that combines cross country skiing and dogsledding. Originating in Scandinavia and literally meaning “ski-driving” in Norwegian, skijoring allows a dog and owner to exercise and travel together while enjoying the outdoors.

Skijoring equipment is available for rent at Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply | $10/day

#4 Fat Tire Biking

When temperatures drop, your biking doesn’t have to stop. Cycling through the snowy terrain on a fat tire bike is a fun way to see the best of the winter season while getting in a full-body workout. Explore endless trail possibilities on the Duluth Traverse or venture further north for amazing Lake Superior views and for more adventurous options.

Duluth Traverse – Duluth
Demonstration Forest Trails – Two Harbors
Split Rock Lighthouse Trails – Castle Danger
Britton Peak Trails – Lutsen
Pincushion Mountian Trails – Grand Marais

Guide Services: The Duluth Experience | Day Tripper of Duluth
Bike Rentals: Fireweed Bike Co-op

#5 Snowmobiling

The area is renowned for its terrain and inspiring winter landscapes. A great way to take it all in, is on a snowmobile. There are a variety of snowmobile trails conveniently located nearby each of our six North Shore resorts, and several businesses rent snowmobiles for the day or the weekend.

Snowmobile Rentals: Beaver Bay Sport Shop

#6 Dog-Sledding

Head to the North Shore for a dog sledding adventure. This popular tradition is kept alive by area kennels and highlighted by the Annual John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon in late January.

Dog Sledding Adventures: Positive Energy Outdoors | Points Unknown

#7 Winter Hiking

Embark on a winter hike and explore the beautiful snowcapped wilderness. There are many paths that each offer a special escape.  Hiking is the perfect activity take a break from your device and delight in North Shore bliss.

#8 Ice Fishing

There are many quality spots to drop a line this winter throughout the North Shore. Lake Superior and surrounding bodies of water offer something for anglers of all ages and skill levels.

Need to rent equipment, or want to hire a guide? No problem. Here is a list of some of our favorites area businesses that will get you ready for a day outside.

Where to Rent Equipment
Ski Hut – Duluth
Stone Harbor – Grand Marais
Spokengear -Two Harbors (Electric Fat Bikes)
Steve’s Sports in Grand Marais
Beaver Bay Sports in Beaver Bay

Where to Hire a Guide
Stone Harbor – Grand Marais
Positive Energy Outdoors
Duluth Experience – Duluth
Silver Creek Sled Dogs

Choose Your Winter Odyssey

Give Your Family the Gift of Holiday Travel

Make Family Memories that Last a Lifetime this Holiday Season

Give your family the gift of holiday travel and bring your loved ones to the North Shore at Odyssey Resorts. Now is the time to take advantage of our special Black Friday offers.


Our destinations are perfect getaways to celebrate the best of the holiday season and bond with those you care for most. Odyssey Resorts provides the best in winter recreation, festive events, delicious food, and more. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite local activities that are sure to make this a holiday season one that the whole family will remember.

Minn. North Shore Winter Activities & Attractions

If you’re looking to spend time in a winter wonderland this holiday season? Look no further than Minneosta’s North Shore. The North Shore along Lake Superior during winter is truly the hidden gem season to travel. From frozen waterfalls and ice sculptures along the shoreline to magically still snow covered forest that you can explore by ski, snowshoe, fat bike, or even dog-sled. Make the most of your time off during the holidays and embrass winter adventure!

Crowds are Nonexistent | No Bugs (not even one mosquitoe)  |  Lower Lodging Rates

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Alpine Skiing

Lutsen Mountains

I hope you took extra time off beacuse you’ll need more than a couple days to explore all of Lutsen Mountains. Located beside Caribou Highlands Lodge. Guests have easy access to the largest and best ski area in the Midwest, spanning more than 1,000 acres and four interconnected peaks. There are 95 runs of varying difficulty to choose. Don’t forget to take a moment to look around and enjoy the beautiful scenery overlooking Lake Superior from the mountain.  The season begins mid-November.

Spirit Mountain 

Want to spend a day on the slopes but also check out Duluth’s bustling arts and craft community? Then head to Beacon Pointe to get discounted day passes to Spirit Mountain and other deals from our local partners; Glensheen Masnion, Zietgist Arts Cafe, Duluth Coffee Compnay, Ursa Minore Brewing, Wild State Cider, and Solve Entertainment to name a few. Just ask the front desk for details upon arrival.

For Your Holiday Spirit

Bentleyville Tour of Lights

The Bentleyville Tour of Lights is the largest free walk through lighting display in the United States and is open Nov. 23 – Dec. 28. This family friendly event features more than 5 million lights decorated throughout a 20-acre park located beside Lake Superior. Stroll through glowing displays and dazzling creations. This vivid exhibition offers a stunning experience that will delight all ages. Learn more at

Holiday Treats

The holidays mean seasonal treats. And the North Shore has plenty of places to grab a slice of pumpkin pie or a warm cookie. Choose from an assortment of one-of-a-kind and freshly made creations from the many local restaurants nearby. Guest favorites include Betty’s Pies in Two Harbors, New Scenic Café in Duluth, and Lemon Wolf Café in Beaver Bay.

Winter Adventure

Cross-County Skiing & Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are great activities to capture the magic of the holiday season while getting in some exercise.  Rent your equipment or bring your own, and then go explore the vast collection of trails and experiences in the area. After the trek, stop by one of our bars and restaurants to warm up with a hot drink or bite to eat in front of a warm fire. You’ve earned it.

There are countless more things to see and do on the North Shore during the holidays.  Book a trip to today with Odyssey Resorts for the perfect holiday family vacation and start planning your family’s getaway.


8 Popular November Events on the North Shore

Fun November Events 2019

There’s no better place to be this November than at Odyssey Resorts. There are many activities and entertainment options throughout the month, no matter your interest. We’ve rounded up eight of the most popular events that showcase the best of the area. Book a trip and plan your travels around a few our or favorites and find out why the North Shore is special in November.


#1 Gales of November

The peak of storm season culminates with the ‘Gales of November’ — a natural phenomenon on Lake Superior that occurs when cold air from the north and warm air from the south converge. The winds create ferocious and frigid waves that are a thrilling sight. Afterwards head back to your resort bar to warm up with a cup of cocoa or a specialty cocktail.

#2 Wreck of Edmund Fitzgerald Celebration

Photo by Dennis O'Hara - Edmund Fitzgerald Memorial.

Famously, the Edmund Fitzgerald was shipwrecked on Lake Superior Nov. 10, 1975. The annual Memorial Ceremony commemorates 44 years of remembrance and takes place 7 p.m. November 10 at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum. Honor the history and legacy of this North Shore legend and take part in something special. Learn more at

#3 Bentleyville Tour of Lights

The Bentleyville Tour of Lights is the largest free walk through lighting display in the United States and is open Nov. 23 – Dec. 28. This family friendly event features more than 5 million lights decorated throughout a 20-acre park located beside Lake Superior. A variety of festive events are available in addition to the dazzling light displays. Learn more at

#4 Thanksgiving Buffets with Amazing Views

Gather your loved ones for a trip to remember and plan your Thanksgiving feast at the North Shore. Caribou Highlands, Larsmont Cottages, and Grand Superior Lodge host spectacular Thanksgiving buffets that are perfect for family and friends. Celebrate the holiday together and let Odyssey Resorts take care of all the cooking and cleaning up.

#5 Oh Ole Night

Join this quirkey small-town tradition on Oh Ole Night and jump start your holiday spirit! A family fun parade kicks off the evening and is followed by lighting of the town tree and fireworks.

#6 North Shore Readers & Writers Festival

Hey, bookworms! Don’t write off this upcoming event. The North Shore Readers and Writers Festival Nov. 7-10 at Grand Marais Art Colony celebrates the literary arts. Readers, writers, and book professionals will gather to attend panel discussions, classes, author talks, and more!

#7 Lake Superior Storms Festival

A wave of excitement means organizers of the Lake Superior Storm Festival are getting ready for another year. The highly anticipated event takes place Nov. 8-10 and features an entertaining schedule that honors the Big Lake. Weekend activities include recreational contests, food and drinks, arts, and more! Plan to be a part of this annual North Shore tradition.

#8 Winterer's Gathering & Artic Film Fest

For film fans and those of fond of winter, we have the event for you. The Winterer’s Gathering & Artic Film Fest Nov. 22-24 celebrates winter travel and traditional life in the North. The weekend features winter-centric coursework, a winter tent camp, gear swap, dancing, film festival, speakers, and more cultural activities.

There is so much to see and do on the North Shore. Book a trip to Odyssey Resorts this November and craft your own perfect getaway.


10 Reasons to Love Fall on the North Shore


The fall season brings a lot to look forward to at the North Shore. Beautiful colors, great activities and things to explore make this a favorite time of year for many of our guests. We have assembled a list of reasons to book a trip to Odyssey Resorts this fall and share in the fun.

Fall Colors

The most popular attraction for many travelers is the color of the season. Bring your camera and capture the breathtaking scenery. The area has many trails and paths to explore. If you prefer a drive to take in the sights, we recommend Highway 1 to Ely from Silver Bay and Highway 23 Askov to Duluth that goes through Jay Cooke State Park.

Fall Shopping

Get excited for sweater weather by shopping for some new fall attire. A collection of original shops and outlets are located throughout the North Shore that are beaming with local charm. Stock up on some flannel or a pair of boots and you’ll be well dressed for a hike through nature or a night spent by a bonfire.

Warm Beverages

The North Shore is home to a vast array of unique cafes and shops pouring warm, tasty beverages. Nothing compares to sipping a warm apple cider, hot chocolate or refreshing cup of tea after a day spent taking in the sights and sounds of fall.


Spending a cool night by a roaring bonfire is an all-time favorite activity for many of our guests, and a staple of the fall on the North Shore. The family of Odyssey Resorts has many options for our guests to relax and rest beside the fire.

Gales of November Murder Mystery Weekend at Caribou Highlands Lodge

There’s a mystery afoot this fall Nov. 8-10 at Caribou Highlands. The Mystery Dinner Party and escape room experience was created by Solve Entertainment exclusively for our guests. Explore the weekend’s schedule of events and reserve your spot today.


The North Shore is the perfect setting for bird watching as they begin their migration south. Explore the natural landscape with binoculars and a camera and be prepared to capture some wonderful, one-of-a-kind sights.

Baked Goods

The North Shore is home to many restaurants, cafes, and shops that serve delicious baked goods— the perfect treat after a day of fall fun. A few of our favorites include: World’s Best Donuts in Grand Marais, Positively 3rd Street Bakery in Duluth and Lockport Marketplace in Lutsen.

North Shore Beer Trail

There are many breweries to visit on the North Shore pouring craft and seasonal beverages. Make sure to save time while you are out enjoying the autumn season to stop by some of the area’s newest additions and classic venues. A few guest favorites include: Bent Paddle Brewing Co. in Duluth, Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors, and Voyageur Brewing Company in Grand Marais.

Mystery and History

Fall invites mystery and revisiting the past. The North Shore’s historic landscape is perfect for curious travelers searching for intrigue. Historical sites and storied traditions abound, there’s a lot to discover and explore. Investigate the rich history of Minnesota’s most renowned region.

Lighthouses Guide You to Fall Sights

Fall is the perfect time to visit famous lighthouses that dot the North Shore landscape. These iconic beacons are famous landmarks and make fun activities for the family. Guest favorites include: Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors, Minnesota Point Lighthouse in Duluth, and Grand Marais Lighthouse in Grand Marais.

There are many reasons to love fall at the North Shore. Book a trip to Odyssey Resorts this season to find your favorite and enjoy wonderful autumn travel.

Photography of Oberg Mt. and Pallisade Head provided by Keefography.

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The Perfect Fall Travel Destination

The Perfect Fall Travel Destination

Can be found on the North Shore!

Fall is here and settling in. That’s reason to be excited!

And no place better captures the essence of the fall season than Minnesota’s North Shore.

Choose from 6 different Odyssey Resorts

Odyssey Resorts is your gateway to experiencing the best qualities of fall. From colorful-outdoor landscapes to seasonal activities to local charm, the North Shore has got it all. Our travel destinations are hubs to explore the area’s best, making it the perfect setting for a fall retreat that’s fun for the whole family.

Fall Colors and Beautiful Outdoor Landscapes

The North Shore is home to breathtaking natural lands and vast wilderness, inspiring sights year-round. But when autumn begins is when the area truly comes alive. Forests take on a crimson and golden glow as leaves change color throughout the season. And the vast array of trails, parks and overlooks provide wonderful views to take in these gorgeous, amazing sights. Each of our resorts are located nearby unique fall settings to explore and capture photos.

Local Charm

Welcoming communities and small towns dot the North Shore landscape. They’re home to authentic charms and one-of-a-kind experiences. There are many local traditions, family-owned shops and significant historical sites to explore.

Seasonal Activities and Events

The fall is bursting with seasonal activities and events. The list includes live music, engaging art, foodie attractions, and much more. Seasonal highlights like the Duluth Hot Air Balloon Festival, Lake Superior 20/20 and Art Along the Lake: Fall Studio Tour mean there’s plenty to look forward to this season. Check out the activity calendars for our family of properties to see what unique activities are taking place in your neck of the woods.

The North Shore is the perfect fall travel destination. And Odyssey Resorts is your guide to experiencing the season’s best. Book a stay and enjoy what Autumn has to offer.

Header Photo: “Autumn Shores at Tetegouche” by Dennis O’Hara – Northern Images Photography
Photo Gallery: Contestant Submissions from Choose Your Odyssey Photo Contest.

Back-To-School Travel to Close Summer Break

Back-To-School Travel

Now’s the time to bring the family to the North Shore before the schoolyear begins.

It’s hard to believe but soon enough, the kids will be back in the classroom and summer will end. But it’s not impossible to squeeze in a last-minute family trip before the kids are back at school. Odyssey’s family-friendly resorts are filled with some extra bonding moments for the end-of-summer-blues and you have 6 very unique reosorts to pick from!

Choose from 6 different Odyssey Resorts

Odyssey Resorts are perfect settings to enjoy the summer season’s very best. Your travels will provide laughs, lasting memories, and lots for student(s) to talk about at school. Each of our resort destinations are located near beautiful wilderness, entertainment options for all ages, and historic landmarks that amaze.

The Great Outdoors

Students need the opportunity to take a breath, to smell the flowers and enjoy the great outdoors before the demands of school and extracurricular activities take hold. The natural landscapes that surround our properties are great areas to explore. Spending quality time in these wilderness settings can be inspiring and restorative. A break from distraction, immersed in nature is one of our favorite ways to prepare for a new school year.

Entertainment for All Ages

Before hitting the books and working hard, it’s nice to allot some time for activities you enjoy. Odyssey Resorts is the perfect location to find entertainment for all ages. A sprawling art scene, recreational fun, nightlife and restaurants are just a few of the options to choose from. We recommend checking your resort’s events calendar for the many interesting one-of-a-kind events that occur throughout the year.

History and Landmarks

The North Shore of Lake Superior is the perfect setting for a history lesson. The area

Is home to many famous landmarks to visit. The whole family will be enjoy touring sites and exploring the area’s rich traditions and legacy.

As the summer comes to a close, there’s time for one final trip before the season ends. Back-to-school travel with Odyssey Resorts will set up students and families for fun and success.

Spring Attractions to Enjoy on the North Shore

Spring highlights many of the North Shore’s greatest features. The natural landscape and seasonal activities offer guests plenty to enjoy. Take advantage of these limited-time activities when planning your spring getaway with Odyssey Resorts.

Golf Getaway Packages

You’re not far from the fairways when you stay at Odyssey Resorts. Our great location makes it easy for golfers to hit the links at Superior National. The 27-hole layout is tucked away in the Minnesota Northwoods, between Lake Superior and the Sawtooth Mountains. Tee it up at the Premier 18 championship course or the Mountain 9, an ideal course for families and beginners.


Hopped Up Caribou Festival Packages

Get your tickets for one of Lutsen’s most popular event, the  Hopped Up Caribou Festival at Caribou Highlands Lodge, The weekend celebration July 12-14 features fantastic music, beer, and food. Tickets are now on sale and the participating breweries will be announced soon.

Waterfall Season

The Waterfall Season is continuing into spring. As a result, there is more time to explore these natural wonders along the North Shore. Take advantage of the season to see waterfalls at their peak. Book a stay and capture fantastic sights while cascades are at their best.

Book your stay today and discover what makes springtime on the North Shore special.

Waterfall Season Begins on the North Shore

Waterfall Season Begins on the North Shore

Each spring the North Shore roars to life. Rising temperatures melt inland ice and snow, creating rapids raging toward Lake Superior. These flows of water combine into cascades that fall over fantastic heights.

Waterfall Season on the North Shore must be seen in person. The spring months are prime conditions for these natural wonders to form and it is one of the best times to book your stay at Odyssey Resorts. Explore the many waterfalls and state parks that make the area a special place to explore following a long winter.

Odyssey Resorts guests are close to these must-see spring attractions. It is to stop at several state parks and waterfall sights in one day and still have plenty of time for a relaxing drink or hearty meal at one of the area’s many great restaurants and taverns.

Book your spring trip now to see waterfalls at their peak!

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Sauna Days at Larsmont Cottages

Rejuvenate and relax the body, mind, and spirit with a Saunacation

Join Larsmont Cottages April 19-21 for a weekend of excellent food and drink, live music, exploration and relaxation at Sauna Days. This festival is the perfect event to kick off to spring on the North Shore.

Guests will learn sauna etiquette from like-minded enthusiasts, sample authentic Finnish food and drink and cool down with a plunge into Lake Superior. The purchase of a ticket comes with dedicated time in one of the 4 on-property saunas, a bonfire with a live performance by Woodblind and smorgasbord buffet dinner prepared by Larsmont Cottages’ executive chef Simon Gilna.

In addition, the Sauna Times podcast will be on property Saturday to record a live episode and local brewery Ursa Minor Brewing will be pouring four beers all weekend, including one specially brewed for the event and Aquavit from Duluth’s own Vikre Distillery.



Check-in at 4:30 p.m.

Welcome Reception from 5-6:30 p.m.

Bonfire & S’mores from dusk ‘til 11 p.m.

Live Music Starts at 6 p.m.

Sauna Lover’s Social Hour 



Wakeup Wave Dash & Polar Plunge in Lake Superior

Bloody Mary Breakfast featuring Vikre Aquavit liquor

Scheduled Sauna Time Begins at 8 a.m. in either the mobile Hiki Hut sauna, Custom Lines Barrel Saunas or the Larsmont’s authentic Finnish sauna

Guided Waterfall Hike at 10 a.m.

Live Music by Woodblind starting at 12.

Live Sauna Times Podcast recording at 1 p.m.

Sauna Seminar at 3:30 p.m.

Smorgasboard at 6 p.m.A banquet of Scandinavian delicacies served buffet-style, prepared by Chef Simon Gilna.

Bonfire & S’mores from dusk ‘til 11 p.m.

Live Music Starts at 8 p.m.


For more information on Sauna Days or to book your stay, visit our website. LINK:

What our Guests have to say about our Finnish Sauna

We know our sauna is top of the line, but you don’t have to take our word for it

We were so happy to be able to go to the sauna every morning of our stay! – Benjamin D.

We had a great dinner there, our room was fantastic, but we really loved the sauna. – Mark A.

Sauna and outdoor hot tub were PERFECT for a cold April stay. – Sandy L.