|May 1 thru June 8
and after August 21
|June 8 thru August 20|
Week is Saturday to Saturday
Check-In: 4:00 p.m. / Check-Out: 9 a.m.
For complete details and important information, please see our Reservations section. Thank you.
Did you know...named for their clumsy, awkward appearance when walking on land, common loons are migratory birds which breed in forested lakes and large ponds in northern North America and parts of Greenland and Iceland. They winter all along North America’s Pacific and Atlantic coasts as well as in Europe and Iceland.
Their unusual cries, which vary from wails to tremolos to yodels, are distinct to individuals and can be heard at great distances. Loon cries are most prevalent during breeding season as pairs aggressively defend their territories. The loon's average lifespan in the wild is 30 years.
Three Bedroom Cabins - The Loon's Nest
Private and quiet, the forest surrounds The Loon's Nest on two sides. This large cabin is located on the edge of the resort and is the ideal spot to enjoy the peacefulness of the northwoods. The Loon's Nest is fully paneled in Jack Pine and has been beautifully remodeled and redecorated in 2007. It is quite simply a terrific cabin for your vacation.
We know you will be comfortable staying in this cabin that sleeps six, with two queen beds and two twin beds. Guests can request a blow-up air mattress. The cabin is furnished with a television and VCR Player (no local channels), and the full kitchen has a dishwasher. The bathroom is equipped with a shower, sink, and stool, and has a tiled floor. A screened porch offers a lovely spot to sit and view the lake, do some birding, read a book, listen to the loons gossip, or enjoy some family time.
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Reservations for The Loon's Nest can be made by calling Barry or Kristy at 1-800-733-3515, or 218-573-3515, or email us .