As North America’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior is a spectacular spot for a vacation. And, there’s no better time to visit this breathtaking body of water than during the warm summer months. In addition to water-fueled fun, you’ll also find an oasis of on-land adventures and exciting nearby attractions.
Nowhere are these summer excursions more abundant than at Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior. Blending the best of Northwoods tradition and a bevy of modern amenities, this stay truly is superior. Come explore the majesty of Minnesota with lake fun, natural splendor, and onsite activities for all ages.
"Lake Superior is a magical body of water because it is constantly changing,” Resort Owner Nancy Burns said. “Whether just watching the lake and listening to its sounds, sitting on a deck, or lounging in an adirondack chair by the beach, the lake casts a spell over visitors who find themselves drawn back time after time."
When you’re not on the lake, enjoy nearly endless onsite options. The affordable Family Vacation Package includes breakfast each morning and dinner one evening. With plenty of food comes plenty of complimentary activities. Guided hikes, a walking history tour, yoga, sea kayak tours, shuffleboard, and more highlight the free fun. With something for everyone, this resort is perfect for family reunions.
In addition to activities, the resort also has excellent amenities. Stay in a historic hand-crafted Scandinavian lodge, a luxury townhome, a seaside villa, or a cozy cabin. Relax in one of two pool/whirlpool/sauna complexes and make sticky s’mores around the beach campfire at night. Couples can relax with a spa treatment or delight in the delicious dining.
The dining is highly recognized for its awe-inspiring lakeside location and quality of food. The chefs are committed to local produce, sustainability, daily specials, ensuring that everything is homemade if possible. For their culinary cunning, the resort has received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence the last four years.
If you ever decide to leave the resort, there are plenty of surrounding attractions to keep the fun rolling. Tee it up at the spectacular Superior National golf course, hike or bike the nearby state parks, and visit cascading waterfalls, historic sites, and cultural attractions.
"Our guests run out of time long before they run out of things to do here," Burns said.
With an array of adventures onsite, on Lake Superior, and in the surrounding area, Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior is your superior stay from June through October.