This rustic two-bedroom cabin is filled with Northwoods nostalgia. Here you’ll hand-pump water for the kitchen and stoke up the sauna for bathing. The cabin sits on a shady lot in an absolutely beautiful setting on a very private, secluded point on the North Arm of Burntside Lake.
2 Bedrooms: Lakeside master bedroom has queen-sized bed; second bedroom has twin bunk beds. Bed linens provided.
0 Bathrooms: Outhouse; wood fired sauna. Toilet paper provided; bring your own bath/beach towels and toiletries.
•Cozy living room with white pine furniture centered around a wood-burning fireplace is open to kitchen and dining room and has lots of windows to enjoy the beautiful view
•Knotty-pine kitchen with microwave, electric stove/oven, refrigerator/freezer, small electrical appliances, fully-equipped with dinnerware and cookware. Dishwashing soap, garbage bags, kitchen towels and pot holders provided.
•Drinking water provided
•Authentic wood-fired sauna
•Separate outhouse toilet facilities
•Gas grill - propane provided
•Large chimera for campfires
•Canoe, rowboat included
•Additional boat/motor rental available
•No smoking inside cabin
•Pets permitted – additional fee
•17 miles from Ely on the North Arm of Burntside
Burntside Lake is one of Ely’s most scenic, studded with islands and ringed with coves and bays. Water sports abound here - canoeing, boating, skiing, and fishing. A deep-water lake of over 7000 acres, fishing on Burntside centers on lake trout which have been stocked here since 1912. Fishermen also enjoy nice populations of walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike and lake trout.
All cabins rent Saturday to Saturday and are available by the week only. If you are looking for a stay longer than a week, or need a check in on a different day, please contact our office to book your stay. Please be sure you have selected a Saturday check in before booking online.
Ely, Minnesota is recommended by National Geographic Magazine as one of the 50 places in the world you should visit in your lifetime and was recently voted “Coolest Small Town in America”. Nestled in the expansive Superior National Forest, Ely is a place to renew an appreciation for the beauty and wonder of nature. With over 500 lakes within 20 miles of Ely, there are endless opportunities for swimming, boating, canoeing and fishing. Ely is located on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a 1 million acre tract of pristine forests intersected by 1500 miles of canoe routes. And, if you’re looking for true hometown hospitality plan a visit to Ely’s downtown shops, restaurants, attractions and museums. There are lots of things to see and do here including the arts and crafts, educational exhibits, tours, golfing, casinos, farmers markets, festivals and fairs. You’ll quickly see why so many families return to Ely year after year.