Seagull Facts

  • 3 Mile Island on Seagull is home to the oldest white cedars (600 to 1,000 yrs old) and red pines (500 yrs old) in the state of Minnesota.
  • Elevation of the lake is 1451 feet above sea level
  • 130 islands of an acre in size or larger
  • Maximum depth of the lake is 145 feet
  • Seagull Outfitters & Cabins is the only resort on the lake that offers rental cabins
  • Excellent populations of: walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, lake trout and whitefish
  • 40% of Seagull is open to motorized boats of 10hp limit
  • 60% of Seagull is paddle only

 

 

Seagull Lake Cabins

The cool, crisp mornings of Northern Minnesota brings forth a steam that rises above the mirrored water in a bay on the Northeastern part of Seagull Lake. This is a common scene in the mornings from your cabin deck. As you witness from your window, or from your chairs on the deck, the sun rising from behind the pine, spruce and birch forest horizon that melts the steam away before your eyes. The boreal forest is alive with the sounds of the inhabitant birds and resident wildlife. A new day has arrived. One which is sure to be filled with new adventures and unexpected surprises. No matter how hard you try and stick to a schedule, numerous alterations will have to be made to your itinerary because of the spontaneous nature of nature itself. So do yourself a favor and let yourself be consumed by the entire experience, and allow us the opportunity to be your guide and host as we present to you, a few days or a week on spectacular Seagull Lake.

 

"Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you." ~Frank Lloyd Wright

[BWCA IMAGE: Morning fog has burned off to a beautiful calm day on Seagull Lake]The lake itself is a 4,000 acre glacial masterpiece. With over a hundred islands on the lake, all a unique cutout of granite rock and boreal forest, the lake presents to us a wonderous labyrinth in which to navigate. No view is ever the same, and the unknown awaits you behind every corner. So whether by boat or by canoe, this is your canvas for a week in which to create your memories that will fuel your appetite and soften your heart until the next time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Man's heart away from nature becomes hard." ~Standing Bear

We own four cabins on Seagull Lake. All four are about as unique as the islands on the lake. The descriptions and images of the cabins can be seen below. As remote of an area as we live in, our cabins are equipped with all of the modern essentials. Families, fishermen, couples, etc., we have the setup for you. These modern cabins will allow you to experience the best of both worlds for a week. Enjoy the outdoors and all of its wonders and still come home to the comfort of a nice hot shower and warm bed.

To see information and photos of our Saganaga 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.

Interested in taking your family on an overnight trip into the "canoe only" portion of Seagull Lake? Do you have small children? Maybe you want to fish the plentiful fishing holes more comfortably on the west side of Seagull Lake. If so, look no further than the Double Canoe Raft found only at Seagull Outfitters.

 

 


Seagull Lake Boats & Motors

For all Seagull Lake cabin guests, we rent 16' Lund fishing boats with 9.9 HP Electric Start Mercury motors. Each boat also has 3 cushioned swivel seats as well as bow and stern running lights and anchors for your fishing comfort on Seagull Lake. Rental rates are provided below based on the length of your cabin stay. See rates provided below for each cabin.

Red House Cabin - sleeps 6 people

 

Our Red House cabin can be your home away from home for a week of relaxation in the BWCA. This cabin offers just as many amenities outside as it does inside. With your own private dock and spacious grass lawn, firepit and large open deck, you'll have plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the great outdoors. With quick lake access (less than 50 feet from the waterfront), you'll be able to enjoy Seagull Lake by boat or canoe in a matter of seconds from when you walk out the back door.

Inside the cabin, you'll find 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large living area and kitchen, as well as a washer and dryer for your convenience. The lakeside windows offer a fantastic view of our Seagull Bay. Satellite Direct TV will keep you informed of the outside world if you must, and the wood burning fireplace in the living room creates the Northwoods atmosphere inside when you can't be out. The Red House is our most luxurious cabin with all the comforts of home....and so much more.

[PHOTO: Bird feeders and flower garden at the Red House Cabin] [PHOTO: Seagull Lake Red House Cabin deck]

 

Red House Cabin Virtual Tour

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Red House Cabin Availability

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

 

 

Red House Cabin Rates - 2014
Amenities include private dock, direct satellite TV, washer/dryer, fireplace and fire pit. Located less than 50 feet from the lake.
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Red House - 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
$105
$140
$105
$140
Boat & Motor - gas included
$475
$250
$325
$250
$325
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

Maraboeuf Cabin - sleeps 5 people - View Floor Plan

 

Maraboeuf has a large open living area and kitchen. Those looking for plenty of room to stretch and relax will find this cabin to their liking. During the spring of 2004, this cabin was remodeled entirely, giving it a brand new look and feel. See for yourself below. It features a large living/dining area with vaulted ceiling and large windows looking out at our quiet Seagull bay. The interior walls of the cabin are entirely knotty pine. With a large deck and gas grill out front, this cabin will be your home away from home for a week. The pictures below will help paint an image.

In this cabin there are 2 bedrooms and one bathroom. Both bedrooms have a double bed and a single bed. The bathroom is spacious with flush toilet, sink, vanity and shower. (By the way, the cabin's name is pronounced "Mare-a-boo"!)

[PHOTO: New kitchen and dining area] [PHOTO: Table and living area] [PHOTO: View from the deck] [PHOTO: Bedroom with 2 twin beds]

 

Maraboeuf Cabin Virtual Tour

 

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Maraboeuf Cabin Availability

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

 

 

Maraboeuf Cabin Rates - 2014
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Maraboeuf - 5 persons max
7 nights 3 nights 4 nights 3 nights 4 nights
2 person rate
$1470 $715 $869 $786 $955
Each additional person
$200 $90 $120 $90 $120
Boat & Motor - gas included
$475 $250 $325 $250 $325
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

Alpine Cabin - sleeps 4 people - View Floor Plan

 

Alpine offers the most seclusion of our four Seagull Lake cabins. It sits up high atop our bay with a very pretty view through the trees of the water below, roughly 60 feet. This cozy cabin was also remodeled in the fall of 2003. The interior, like Maraboeuf, is all knotty pine. You start by walking up the stairs to the deck which leads to the kitchen. The brand new kitchen is completely modern with a view through the windows out to the deck and lake. The living/dining area is quite spacious compared to prior the remodel. The bathroom is entirely new with a flush toilet, sink and shower.

There are two bedrooms off the living area. One bedroom has a double bed and the other bedroom has two twin beds. There is also a pull-out couch in the living area so all 4 guests could have their own bed if need be. The deck out back also comes equipped with a gas grill to enjoy a BBQ on the warm summer nights while relaxing and taking in the view of the lake.

[PHOTO: Alpine cabin living area] [PHOTO: Kitchen in Alpine cabin] [PHOTO: View from the deck of Alpine cabin, with Seagull store down below]

 

Alpine Cabin Virtual Tour

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Alpine Cabin Availability

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

 

 

Alpine Cabin Rates - 2014
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Alpine - 4 persons max
7 nights 3 nights 4 nights 3 nights 4 nights
2 person rate
$1100 $550 $699 $640 $780
Each additional person
$200 $90 $120 $90 $120
Boat & Motor - gas included
$475 $250 $325 $250 $325
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

Ogish Cabin - sleeps 2 people - View Floor Plan

 

Ogish is a brand new cabin in 2006 that's located about 30 yards from the Maraboeuf cabin. It is a cozy one bedroom/one bath cabin with a vaulted ceiling. The walls are clear knotty pine throughout. The living/dining/kitchen area is on the lakeside. There is a 20'x10' deck with a gas grill out front to cook out with and enjoy the view of the bay.

There is only one bedroom in Ogish, and that has a king bed that converts to two twin beds. This cabin replaces our old log Red Rock Cabin in the same location with easy walking access to the main dock at Seagull. We are just finishing the interior this winter and the photos below are the first ones we've taken. Updated pictures will follow as we decorate the interior.

Ogish cabin kitchen on Seagull Lake
Bathroom view of Ogish cabin
Bedroom in the Ogish cabin on Seagull Lake

 

Ogish Cabin Virtual Tour

For Reservations Call:
218-388-2216

Ogish Cabin Availability

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

 

 

Ogish Cabin Rates - 2014
  Weekly Weekday Package (M,T,W,Th) Weekend Package (Th,F,Sa,Su)
Ogish - 2 persons max 7 nights 3 nights 4 nights 3 nights 4 nights
2 person rate $1200 $625 $770 $725 $875
Boat & Motor - gas included $475 $250 $325 $250 $325
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

 

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.


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Debbie Mark & Staff

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Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604

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