Duluth Cottage Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with claw foot tub, 1 bathroom with shower, sleeps 7
City of Duluth interim use permit # PL13-029.
Minnesota Beach House is located on Park Point which is surrounded by the pristine waters of Lake Superior and the St Louis River. These bodies of water are home to kayakers, canoeists, boaters, fisherman, kite surfers, wind surfers, surfers, and swimmers. If you don't participate in these activities you'll surely enjoy their antics on the water! The property has direct access to six miles of sandy beach on Lake Superior where you'll see joggers, walkers, sunbathers, sand castle builders and beach fires. Only 0.7 miles (1.1 km) from the Minnesota Beach House is the historic Aerial Lift Bridge which connects Park Point to Canal Park and all it has to offer.
Duluth Area Attractions: Lighthouses
State Parks Near Duluth and Duluth Trails
North Shore State Parks
Great Lakes Aquarium
Lake Superior Zoo
Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center
S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum
Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center
Lake Superior Railroad Museum
St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center
Glensheen, The Historic Congdon Estate
Tweed Museum of Art
Tom’s Logging Camp
Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC)
Zeitgeist Arts: Independent movieTheatre, cinema and dining
Duluth Activities: Duluth City Hiking Trails
Superior Hiking Trail in Duluth
Superior Hiking Trail Along Northshore
Duluth Cross Country Ski Trails
Kayak tours, lessons, rentals. Joe Trella (218) 727-0653.
Golf Courses In Duluth
Duluth Charter Fishing
Spirit Mountain Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding
Spirit Mountain Alpine Coaster
Lutsen Mountain Downhill skiing/snowboarding two hour scenic drive up North Shore of Lake Superior
Alpine Slide at Lutsen Mountain
Mountain and Road Biking
Vertical Endeavors Indoor Rock Climbing
Center for Personal Fitness
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Heather Pitschka
Steve and I (Heather) have lived in Duluth for the past 17 and 12 years respectively. We call it home now and have a tough time seeing ourselves living elsewhere. Lake Superior has a draw and we've been mesmerized since moving here. We both love the water and spend a significant amount of our free time surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Both of us have caught a muskie out of our canoe a stone's throw away from our house on Minnesota Point. We've also been able to surf every month of the year! Although I'd recommend a wet suit Fall/Winter/Spring. We love this area and always look forward to coming home when we've gone on vacation
Why Heather Pitschka chose Duluth
Actually the vacation home is Steve's first home. He spent much of his free time repairing/refinishing. It is furnished with antiques handed down in our family that Steve refinished. We were unable to part with it when we moved to our new home less than a mile away so we turned it into a vacation rental home in 2010.
What makes this cottage unique
You'll have direct access to the largest freshwater lake in the WORLD (Lake Baikal in Russia is largest by volume, Lake Superior is largest by surface area)!
You are less than one mile away for the farthest inland port in the world.
You are less than one mile away from one of the largest lift bridges in the United States. There you can view Ocean and Great Lake ships from less than 100 feet as they enter and leave the port.
Minnesota Point is surrounded by water and the Aerial Lift Bridge is the only point of access by land. You are essentially on a island!
Even though you are less than one mile away from downtown Duluth you'll feel safe in your neighborhood. Steve lived in this house for several years and feels that it is safe (never locked his doors) with great neighbors (no turnover for at least 10 years). It is a great relaxing environment which we hope the claw foot tub and sauna promote.
If you want shopping, coffee, antiques they are less than 1 mile down the road over the Aerial Lift Bridge. You can also make the walk on sandy beach.