Cabins At Hollow Rock
Looking for that special spot that is remote but not isolated, a spot where mobile phones and TV reception are scarce but communications are not completely severed?
Are you hoping to find that kind of place where you make your own entertainment by hiking trails and exploring natural formations along a lake or stream?
Thirty five miles East of Grand Marais on the most Northeastern tip of Minnesota on a peninsula jetting out into Lake Superior you will find a small relaxing resort called Hollow Rock, sister property to Grand Portage Lodge & Casino.
Bring your boat, fishing tackle, hiking shoes or your favorite book and knitting basket. This is a quiet hideaway in an unspoiled place.
The Hollow Rock cabin rentals all weekends will require a two-night minimum stay year-round.
Starting June 1, 2020 through October 17, 2020, all Hollow Rock cabin rentals – every day of the week will require a two-night minimum stay.
Learn more: www.hollowrockresort.com
GUEST BOOK TESTIMONIALS
“The cabin is clean & well-maintained. It is also completely furnished, from the pots/pans to utensils to linens. Love the cabin & the resort. Will definitely be back.”
Family from Eagan, MN
“Rode trails, visited casino, walked shore, sight seeing beautiful deep woods, went to Partridge Falls.”
Group from Lindstrom, Vadnias Heights, Hastings & Shafer, MN
“I loved climbing on the rocks and taking cool pictures of the water and hollow rock. It was a really fun vacation, thank you so much.”
Family from Watertown, MN
“4 of the group waded out to Hollow Rock and explored. WE found pretty rocks, grilled, made S’mores and celebrated our wonderful family.”
Family from Nebraska
“Played Uno and watched loons (4) in the bay. Many different friendly, nice people throughout the trip.”
“Sitting by the outdoor fire & singing, kibitzing & photos! Much laughter.”
Families from Arkansas, MN and Ontario, CA
“The beaches and firepits were great moments catchers for all the family, especially the children. We saw sunrises, skipping rocks, shooting stars and an orange harvest moon. Stacking rocks, seeing an eagle.”
Family from St. Paul, MN