[PHOTO: Front of  Big Sag, a modern housekeeping cabin on Saganaga Lake]

 

 

 

 

Saganaga Facts

  • Pronounced Sa-Guh-Nuh-Guh, now say it as fast as you can. Now you're talking like the locals.
  • Trophy walleye, northern, smallmouth and lake trout are not uncommon.
  • Minnesota's state record walleye (17 lbs. 8 oz.) was caught on Seagull River, which flows into Saganaga.
  • Part of the historic Voyageur's Highway
  • Deepest natural lake in Minnesota (280 feet)

 

Saganaga Lake Cabins

As you shut your car door behind you and stretch your legs, immediately you're hit with the smell of pine forest and fresh air. The scent of nature is undeniably pure, and within the first minute upon arrival you know exactly why you've made the trip. You've left the office behind; the monotony of the real world will be there when you get back. Your cell phone won't catch a signal, so leave it in the car. This week is your time to drink in the Northwoods' stress remedy consisting of relaxation and nature and just let it cure what ails you.

 

 

 

 

"In every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks." ~John Muir

The calls of the loon echoing across the motionless water while watching the horizon burn red and orange as the sun sets behind the trees is a setting that will soothe the soul. The opportunities during a week for reflection are countless. The opportunity to spend a week in a cabin on history-rich Saganaga Lake will provide you more than you can imagine. One cannot do justice to this experience by putting it in words. It is simply an area in which you'll have to experience for yourself in order to appreciate the full affect.

 

 

 

 

[BWCA IMAGE: Sun setting behind the trees on a boundary waters lake]

"One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between Man and Nature shall not be broken." ~Leo Tolstoy

Saganaga Lake is the deepest natural lake in Minnesota. At over 17,000 acres and a maximum depth of 280 feet, this lake is a fisherman's dream. The miles of shoreline and natual rocky structure will provide you with countless hours of angling if you choose. Our two modern cabins afixed on 5 acres of coveted property in the Saganaga corridor allow us to provide you with the amenities of home, but also the scenery and experiences only found on Saganaga Lake.

To see information and photos of our Seagull Lake cabins, click here. To return to our main cabin page, which includes a listing of available dates as well as rental policies, amenities at our cabins, and other information, click here.


Saganaga Lake Boats & Motors

For our Saganaga Lake cabin guests only, we rent 16' Lund fishing boats equipped with floors and 25 HP 4-Stroke Electric Start Mercury motors. Each boat also has 3 cushioned swivel seats, bow and stern anchors and running lights for your fishing comfort on Saganaga Lake. Rental rates are provided below based on the length of your cabin stay. See rates provided below for each cabin.

 

 

Big Sag Cabin - sleeps 2-6 people - View Floor Plan

 

 

This cabin is our largest and most spacious cabin. It accommodates six people and also offers a few more amenities than our other cabins. Included in the cabin is a gas fireplace, washer and dryer and satellite television. The bathroom is larger and has a bath with jacuzzi jets and shower. The kitchen is larger with enough space for everyone to sit together at the table. There are two levels in this cabin and the upstairs bedroom has a queen size bed as well as a twin bed. The downstairs bedroom has four twin beds. The living room is spacious with a great view down the hill to the lake.

You can get a boat and motor with the cabin or bring your own. The NEW 8 slip private dock is shared only with the guests staying in the Little Sag Cabin. The fish house is conveniently located next to the dock to make fish cleaning quick and simple. The Big Sag Cabin is our most popular cabin, and availability is very limited, but please call if you have questions. Big Sag is very comfortable and versatile, so bring the guys fishing, or spend a week with the family.

 

Big Sag front

 

Big Sag exterior from the lake

 

View of the kitchen

Living area

Upstairs bedroom

Downstairs bedroom

 

Big Sag Cabin Virtual Tour

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Big Sag Cabin Availability

Cabin Opens: May 10, 2014
Cabin Closes: Sept 22, 2014

 

Big Sag Cabin Rates - 2014
Amenities include private dock, direct satellite TV, washer/dryer, fireplace and whirlpool tub. Screen porch as well as full walkout deck.
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Big Sag - 6 persons max
7 nights 3 nights 4 nights 3 nights 4 nights
2 person rate
$1750 $855 $1050 $950 $1160
Each additional person
$250 $135 $180 $135 $180
Boat & Motor - gas included
$650 $350 $450 $350 $450
All cabin rentals include an aluminum or royalex canoe, paddles and PFDs for use during your stay.
*(All rates are subject to 7.875% sales tax and 4% lodging tax on the cabin rental only)
Minimum Rental: 3 nights

 


Little Sag Cabin - sleeps 2-3 people - View Floor Plan

 

 

[PHOTO: view of the Saganaga corridor]This two to three person cabin on Saganaga Lake provides the best view of the magnificent Sag corridor that can be found on the lake. Little Sag has undergone an interior remodel in 2006. We have replaced the screen porch with large 5'x6' windows and taken out the interior wall between the dining room and the porch. As a result the cabin is more spacious and the view is INCREDIBLE. We have added a small twin bedroom so that the cabin now accommodates 3 persons. In addition it has a brand new kitchen with new countertops and cupboards. We moved the main entrance to the front of the cabin allowing a new vanity in the bathroom with more space. For anyone that has stayed in Little Sag prior to the remodel I think you will like it. We have added new beds, furniture and lighting as well. Come and check it out.

This cabin can offer a wonderful getaway for two to three persons where you can relax and put the real world behind you for a week. The location of this cabin is perfect. There is immediate access to Sag with your shared dock and fish house. And since Saganaga is a trophy walleye lake, you will want to bring your camera.

Boats and motors are available with the cabin, or you can bring your own. We can also arrange a fishing guide for you for a day or two to help get you acquainted with the lake. The Little Sag cabin is spacious for a smaller cabin. All of the modern amenities are provided, you just bring the food. You will be sure to enjoy many an evening watching the sun set from the new living room. It's our own little slice of heaven.

 

 

 

The best view on Sag...

 

View from the deck

 

View into the dining room

Kitchen

Just right after a long day of fishing...

Living Room

 

Little Sag Cabin Virtual Tour

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Little Sag Cabin Availability

Cabin Opens: May 10, 2014
Cabin Closes: Sept 22, 2014

 

Little Sag Cabin Rates - 2014
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Little Sag - 3 persons max
7 nights 3 nights 4 nights 3 nights 4 nights
2 person rate
$1400 $725 $895 $839 $1075
Each additional person
$250 $135 $180 $135 $180
Boat & Motor - gas included
$650 $350 $450 $350 $450
All cabin rentals include an aluminum or royalex canoe, paddles and PFDs for use during your stay.
*(All rates are subject to 7.875% sales tax and 4% lodging tax on the cabin rental only)
Minimum Rental: 3 nights

 


The Big Sag & Little Sag Cabins share a beautiful 5-acre parcel of Northwoods land. Amenities that are shared by the cabins include the walkway to the lake, our brand new 8 slip dock in the photo at right with its stunning view up the Sag corridor, and screened fish house.

To return to our main cabin page, which includes a listing of available dates as well as rental policies, amenities at our cabins, and other information, click here.

 New Sag cabins dock built in 2006  Saganaga Lake cabin fish house

 


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Debbie Mark & Staff

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Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604

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