Gunflint Trail Lodge at night


Resort / Boat and Motor Reservations

Cabin/Resort Reservation
If you are interested in staying in our cabins, fill out the form below.
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I would like to reserve:

If you are staying at our resort, we will gladly take care of reserving any necessary permits for you.  If you are staying elsewhere (e.g. staying at a campsite, but reserving a boat and motor with us), we will assume you are taking care of your permits yourself unless we are told otherwise.

A deposit of at least 50% of the total due is required to complete your reservation.  Please call us to make your deposit today.

To complete the reserveration of your vacation, please call us to confirm the details of your reservation and to provide a deposit to hold your reservation. You are responsible for payment of services reserved.

Final Payment
Your final payment is due upon arrival.

Cancellations and Refunds
Your deposit will be completely refunded less a $25.00 handling fee and permit costs if notified within 45 days prior to trip departure. Final rental payments are non-refundable. However, Voyageur does provide for the transfer / roll over of your deposit to an alternate guest or to a future stay during the same season. Please review your final reservation. If you need to remove a rental day or change a date, please let us know as soon as possible so we can provide the rental to someone else who might need it in the future.

All services are subject to a sales tax of 7.5 percent or the current rate.  Accommodations are subject to an additional 4 percent lodging tax.

(Due to the permit reservation systems Voyageur Canoe Outfitters must adhere to the policies stated.)

Before you continue with the reservation form you may want to print it for your records.

Thank you for choosing Voyageur Canoe Outfitters!

To proceed with your reservation, click the Reserve button.


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