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Always Grace is a uniquely beautiful home on the shores of Lake Superior near Grand Marais, MN

Located near Grand Marais, Minnesota Always Grace on Lake Superior is luxury at its finest and is a welcoming home from the moment you step in the door. Inside you feel like you are on a ship- with wood walls and views out of the living room window, where you can see nothing but water ahead of you- no shoreline between you and the lake, thanks to your perch atop the shore's edge.

$579 per night
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Wolf Track Den, Cozy Grand Marais Log Cabin

We are now open with enhanced cleaning protocols! Wolf Track Den Cabin - Located at the foot of the Gunflint Trail and very close to the city of Grand Marais, enjoy your private cabin on 3 acres in Grand Marias, Minnesota! Dog-friendly and family-friendly! We book far in advance, so book today! 2 night minimum stay only Located at 78 Devil Track Road, Grand Marais, MN Sleeps up to 5; 1 Queen, 1 pull out couch, 1 twin bed. Full kitchen, new stove, fridge, plus full-sized new washer and dryer

$243 per night
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Mökki: Dovetail Log Cabin, Downtown

Mökki is the perfect mix of cozy log cabin and hip downtown life. This charming abode is located along a quiet street - just a block away from main street. It is within a short walk of Grand Marais' restaurants, pubs, shops, sailboat harbor, North House folk school, the Art Colony and so much more.

$185 per night

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Basecamp Bungalows - Snowdrift Studio
$154 per night
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Mökki Birdhouse, Downtown & Harbor View
$189 per night
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Rocky Shores Retreat is a Luxury Home on Lake Superior's North Shore
$190 per night
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The Harbor Home- Super Cute Grand Marais Bungalow
$215 per night
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Pincushion Mountain Haus- 5 min from Grand Marais
$432 per night
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The Horizon- Life as Art
$434 per night
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The Aurora- Life as Art
$370 per night
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The Studio on Croftville Road
$166 per night
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NEW Downtown Apartment. Walk everywhere. CLEAN
$130 per night
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Contemporary 2 Bedroom with incredible lake views
$164 per night
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Hummingbird Nest-Sustainably minded, close to town
$143 per night
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Mökki: Cottage, Downtown
$186 per night

Grand Marais houses

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"Loftville": Sweet Lake Sup Loft near Grand Marais
$179 per night
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All Decked Out-Superior Lake Views-North Shore
$221 per night
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Westside Getaway completely renovated!3beds&2baths
$263 per night
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Hillside Harbor in Grand Marais | Views of Lake Superior
$393 per night
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Superior Comfort -Lake Superior MN New Family Home
$475 per night
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Devil Track Shores on the lake, Grand Marais
$270 per night
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Large home on private Lake Superior shoreline.
$656 per night
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Mayhew on Devil Track Lake - 8 miles from town!
$565 per night
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Stones Throw
$599 per night
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The SkyHouse- Life as Art
$470 per night
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Fall River Road in Grand Marais | Woods & Lake Superior View
$450 per night
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Cozy Snow Forest Getaway on Devil Track Lake
$300 per night

Your guide to Grand Marais

All About Grand Marais

Situated on the north shore of Lake Superior, less than an hour from the Canadian border, Grand Marais is a small harbor village teeming with natural beauty, rugged landscapes, and a vibrant local art scene. Abundant in hiking and mountain biking trails, Grand Marais is a hub for outdoor recreation in northern Minnesota. The Superior Hiking Trail, The Grand Portage State Forest, Judge C.R. Magney State Park, and Pincushion Mountain Trail Systems are just a few spots sprawled throughout the area, offering exciting ways to take in the dense forests of pine, fir, and spruce trees, spectacular waterfalls, rocky ridges, and sweeping views of Lake Superior’s vast, open waters.

Just north of Artist’s Point, you’ll find a handful of galleries, studios, and shops buzzing with creativity inspired by the rich natural landscape and featuring the work of local artists and artisans. You’ll also find seafood restaurants along the harbor serving locally caught fish, including whitefish, trout, bluefin herring, and Canadian walleye.


How do I get around Grand Marais?

If you’re flying into Duluth International Airport (DLH), the nearest airport, the drive to Grand Marais takes just over two hours. Driving a rental car may be the best option to conveniently reach Grand Marais cabins, and other accommodations from the airport. Once you arrive in Grand Marais, it’s easy to explore the village on foot or by bike, though if you’re planning to explore the hiking and mountain biking trails nearby, a car may be the best way to get to the trailheads. On Tuesdays, Arrowhead Transit provides transportation from Grand Marais to Duluth.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Grand Marais?

The spring and summer months in Grand Marais boast idyllic conditions for enjoying outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, and swimming in Lake Superior. In fall, the vibrant shades of gold, crimson, and orange adorn the Superior National Forest, and foliage sprawls throughout the harbor village. Scenic drives through the county are one of the best ways to take in the rich autumn colors. In September, Grand Marais hosts the annual Plein Air Grand Marais festival, which beckons hundreds of artists from around the country to compete and participate in outdoor painting.

If you’re hoping to catch a glimpse of the mesmerizing Northern lights, they most frequently appear in the late fall and winter. During the winter season, stunning frozen waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, and icy lakes serve as the backdrop to skiing, ice fishing, and snowshoeing.


What are the top things to do in Grand Marais?

Artist’s Point

Featuring rugged shorelines, tide pools, dramatic rock formations, and waters dazzling in shades of blue and green, Artist’s Point offers spectacular views of Lake Superior. The peninsula earned its name from painters who set up their easels amid the rock formations and painted the breathtaking landscape. A short trail leads to the Grand Marais Lighthouse.

Johnson Heritage Post Art Gallery

The Johnson Heritage Post Art Gallery, run by the Cook County Historical Society, is housed in a replica of the original Johnson Trading Post and features a range of art from local, regional, and national artists in revolving exhibits in addition to a permanent collection.

Devil’s Kettle

The unusual Devil’s Kettle waterfall has long perplexed onlookers. The Brule River, which splits into two, creates a unique effect where one half of the water drops 50 feet before continuing downstream, while the other half empties into a large pothole — known as the Devil’s Kettle — and seemingly disappears underground. To reach the waterfall, you can follow the Devil’s Kettle Hiking Trail, which meanders through spruce and birch tree forests and leads to a bridge that stretches across the rapids of the Brule River.