Seagull Canoe Outfitters & Lakeside Cabins
Gunflint Trail Canoe Outfitter on Seagull & Saganaga Lakes for Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Canada's Quetico Park
For information or reservations call: 218-388-2216

Seagull News & Announcements

  • Time to start planning your 2015 canoe trip or cabin rental vacations!  Don't hesitate to call us at 218-388-2216 or email at as you plan for the coming summer.
  • Stay in one of our cabins on Seagull or Saganaga during the summer 2015 season and visit the Chik Wauk Museum and Nature Center celebrating the history of the Gunflint Trail on Saganaga Lake. Our 2015 cabin availability is current. 
  • The Boundary Waters Permit Reservation System opens on January 28th. We can reserve Quetico Park Permits 5 months in advance of your trip departure date.
  • If you wish to paddle and camp in the Boundary Waters but don't think you have the knowledge or experience....we have the trip for you with a great guide!  Send us an email with your specifics.
2015 Seagull Outfitters brochure
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Use this helpful list to plan your canoe trip to the Boundary Waters or Quetico
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Seagull Canoe Outfitters and Cabins are located at the end of a beautiful paved road called the Gunflint Trail in northeastern Minnesota. The nearest town is 54 miles southeast of us on the North Shore of Lake Superior. This harbor town is Grand Marais, Minnesota. From our location on Seagull and Saganaga Lakes at the end of the Gunflint Trail you have direct access into Minnesota's Wilderness Fishing, Camping and Canoeing Area called the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. There is nothing else like this! Or if you prefer you may stay in one of our lakeside rental cabins.

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area of Minnesota and the Quetico Provincial Park of Ontario, Canada are two million acre paddling wilderness areas set aside for you to enjoy solely by way of canoe. The lack of civilization allows one to relax completely and lose themselves in their wilderness adventure vacation. Activities such as canoeing, fishing, hiking, swimming, exploring and just relaxing are favorites of many of the canoe country vacation enthusiasts. Search for eagles overhead, moose in the shallows, walleye and bass in the cool clear water while being serenaded the entire time by the resident loons that have become trademark of this special vacation destination.

[IMAGE: Click for larger Webcam view of Seagull Outfitters]
Gunflint Trail Webcam

Seagull Outfitters will provide you with your own personal view of the Boundary Waters with a webcam pointed towards our docks on Seagull Lake. Photos will update throughout the day; the most recent image is above.

Click here to see a larger version of the Seagull Webcam.


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For information or reservations call: 218-388-2216
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Seagull Canoe Outfitters
Debbie Mark & Staff

12208 Gunflint Trail
Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604

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Phone: 218-388-2216

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