Tuscarora Lodge & Canoe Outfitters - Cabins193 Round Lake Rd
Grand Marais, MN 55604
Tuscarora is located 47 miles up the Gunflint Trail (County Road 12) out of Grand Marais, MN. We are approximately 3 hours from Duluth; 6 hours from Minneapolis.Get Directions
Sleep on the edge of the Boundary Waters in one of Tuscarora Lodge's six modern housekeeping cabins. Located 47 miles up the historic Gunflint Trail, Tuscarora's cabins all overlooked Round Lake, a 72-acre lake noted for its walleye, pike, and bass fishing. Tuscarora's location provides easy access to some of the most remote areas in Minnesota-Canadian Wilderness, whether you want to paddle, hike, or simply sit on your deck and soak up the view.
Each cabin features complete bathroom facilities and fully equipped kitchens. Our cabins range from cozy two bedroom rentals to large rentals with enough living space to accommodate family reunions or company retreats. With a plethora of hiking trails and canoe routes nearby, our cabins are perfect for independent adventurers who want to explore the Northwoods at their own pace or families and friends wanting to reconnect in the peace and beauty of northeastern Minnesota. Please see our website for complete cabin information and rates – www.tuscaroracanoe.com
In addition to offering cabin rentals, Tuscarora Lodge and Canoe Outfitters is a full service canoe outfitter for Boundary Waters and Quetico canoe trips. Nine private bunkhouses, with access to the shower house, are available for paddlers looking for accommodations on the night before or after their canoe trips. An all-you-can-eat French toast breakfast (by reservation only) is served every morning in our dining hall from May 1 - September 30th. Our location provides easy access to some of the most remote areas in Minnesota-Canadian Wilderness. Begin your wilderness canoe adventure from our docks on Round or Saganaga Lakes, or any of several entry points nearby.
Our canoe country knowledge comes from a lifetime working, living, and recreating along the Gunflint Trail and we love working with you to create your perfect canoe trip. We can walk you through the countless BWCAW/Quetico route options and provide firsthand insight. We take pride in listening carefully to your needs and helping shape a Boundary Waters trip that's just right for you. When you call, we’ll discuss how many miles you hope to paddle each day, if you prefer large or small waters, if you’ll be fishing, if you’ll be traveling with kids, if you’re hoping to spot any specific wildlife or wildflowers, and any other special requirements you have for your trip.
We know you want the latest in ultra light gear. We stay on top of industry trends and outfit you with the cleanest and best maintained gear in the BWCAW. Whether you’re a canoe country newbie without any camping equipment of your own or you’re a Boundary Waters veteran who just needs a canoe, we’ve got you covered.
Get an early start to your trip by staying overnight in one of our private bunkhouses the night before your trip. These simple accommodations provide you with a clean, quiet place to make your final packing decisions and prepare to embark.
We serve our famous French toast breakfast (by reservation only) in our dining hall every morning from May 1 – September 30. You won’t want to skip this Tuscarora tradition before you start your trip.
Our motorized tow service gives you a head start and saves you approximately six hours of paddling across Saganaga Lake. If you’re headed into Quetico Provincal Park, our tow service can get you to the Canadian Ranger Station first thing in the morning.
You will find excellent fishing in this region. We have lake trout, walleyes, northern pike and bass. We carry a full line of fishing tackle. We’ll advise you on recommended fishing areas as well as the types of lures needed.
Hours & Dates7am-7pm daily.
- Daily indoor maximum: $319.00
- Daily indoor minimum: $93.00
- Weekly indoor maximum: $1782.00
- Weekly indoor minimum: $555.00
Please see our website for up to date and complete rate information. www.tuscaroracanoe.com
- Open in fall
- Open in winter
On-Site Facilities & Services
- High-speed Internet available
- Located on a lake or river
- Canoes or kayaks available
- Dock space/slips/mooring buoys
- Fishing boat motors available
- Fishing boats available
- Hiking trail
- Lake/river access (boat ramp)
- Outfitting for overnight canoe trips
- Snowshoes available
- Swimming beach
Indoor Lodging Amenities
- Accessible to disabled
- Fireplace in room(s)
- Pets allowed in indoor unit(s)
- Secluded individual cabin(s) or unit(s)
- Housekeeping (self catering)
- Air quality improvements
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Eco-friendly purchasing practices
- Energy efficiency/conservation
- Transportation-related policies or programs
- Waste reduction/reuse/recycling
- Water conservation/wastewater management plan
- Number of cabins: 6
- Number of cabins available in winter: 3
- Total indoor lodging units available in winter: 3
- Total number of indoor lodging units: 6
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
Length of Stay
- Daily rental available
- Split weeks available
- Weekend rental available
- Weekly rental available
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 49 reviews
This was our 8th canoe trip over the last 11 years. We’ve used Tuscarora every time and have no thoughts to try anyone else. Andy and Aida do a superb job from full outfitting or partial, food only...
— Qf620, August 20, 2019
We rented this 3 bedroom cabin for a week of fishing in the surrounding lakes. It was clean, and had everything we needed for cooking, although we did bring our own grill. Great access to a large...
— Swilcan, September 19, 2018
My wife and I stayed in cabin 3 for five nights. The cabin was clean and well furnished. The grounds were neat and well kept. I am usually fairly critical of these places but I have zero complaints...
— cstartz05, August 25, 2018
Outstanding job of outfitting trips for our 6 groups of 7th & 8th graders! One night in bunkhouses followed by 6 days in BWCA. Great equipment, well coordinated drop off and pick-up, and great...
— mwick1960, June 21, 2018
I love the IDEA of a camping trip in the BWCA, and I loved the canoeing/camping trips I took with my dad years ago. But alas, I did not absorb all of my dad's outdoor smarts and gusto. Turns out that...
— AnneRMinne, June 15, 2018