Lake Superior Barn
4,250 Sq.Ft. 6 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms – Sleeps 20
It stands on 320 acres of remote wilderness and sandy beach. The home sits on the south shore of Lake Superior, staring across the lake to the North Shore cities of Duluth and Two Harbors whose lights twinkle in the distance at night. The property is completely surrounded by the Brule River State Forest; there isn’t another home on the Lake Superior shoreline for miles…
Enjoy the secluded sandy beach or walk it like an ocean looking for beach-glass. Listen to the waves crash or swim in the cleanest of all the Great Lakes where the temperature can reach 60 or 70 degrees in the shallow, sandy bottom water. Warm up to a driftwood fire or roast smore’s on the waterfront.
Lake Superior Barn Rates 2017
- Pets: With approval…. $40 each pet … per day. No cats please.
- Taxes: 5.50% of total.
- Payment Options: Check Visa Master Card Paypal
Check-In: 3:00pm Check- Out: 10:00am
A $1,000 security deposit is required at the time of reservations. See Policies for full details.
Memorial Day – Labor Day
$5,900 per week
(7 night min.)
* Friday-Friday required
Fall / Winter Rates
(3 night minimum)
- Friday – $975
- Saturday – $975
- Weekday (Sun-Thurs) – $675 each
Holidays: ($975 ea. day)
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day
Memorial Day Sunday & Monday
4th of July
Thanksgiving Wednesday & Thursday
Great Room & Loft
Enjoy the 1600 sq foot reclaimed deck just outside the beautiful kitchen and a pantry with all the extra ingredients and spices you may have forgotten. Build a fire with firewood provided in the stone fireplace or lay in a bean bag and pick a book to read from the stocked bookshelves in the loft. Lake Superior Barn has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 3 showers built from the reclaimed lumber, steel and nails of 7 turn of the century Minnesota barns.
The game room has radiant concrete heat to warm your toes as you play ping pong, Foosball or lounge on the couch to watch a movie… The Lake Superior Barn is a unique and rustic experience… it was designed to intentionally have no satellite TV or cable TV… but there are plenty of cards, books and board games!
On the 320 acres of forest, there are trails through the woods and bridges over Haukkula Creek that flows the length of the property. Camp over night in the authentic, 400 sq foot canvas tipi within view of the house.
Pick raspberries and wild strawberries in the summer or snowshoe the woods and trails in the winter… either way, you will never encounter another person on the private and secluded land. End the day by building a fire while overlooking Lake Superior and watch the summer sun set over the hills of Duluth.