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Entire home/apt

8 guests

3 bedrooms

5 beds
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About this listing

Loon Lodge is a COMPLETELY REMODELED PRIVATE HOME located on Pine Point with direct access to Traders Bay on Leech Lake in Walker, MN.

Please note prices DO include sales tax of 7.375% and all applicable fees.

The space

Very private 3 bedroom (+ sofa sleeper), 3 bath home with log furniture, fully stocked kitchen, indoor and outdoor fish cleaning areas and beautiful deck overlooking the lake. Full unfinished basement to store gear.

Guest access

Whole house and garage. Please note:

In order to keep our rates down, we open/close bedrooms and baths based on your groups size (you still have the entire home, just not access to certain bedrooms and bathrooms).

If your total group is...

3 or fewer...Owner's suite + sofa sleeper
4 - 5...2 bedrooms and baths + sofa sleeper
6 - 8...3 bedrooms and baths + sofa sleeper

Additional bedrooms and baths can be opened for $30/each (Example: If you have 3 people and would like 2 bedrooms and baths we can open another bedroom and bathroom for $30 + tax. This is the total charge not a nightly charge).

Note: nightly rental fees are based on your total group size and automatically include the number of corresponding bedrooms and baths. See "rate" details below for more information.

Interaction with guests

I'm available by phone and email to assist during your stay. I do have a detailed guest services book on site that explains everything you need during your stay.

Other things to note

We are 10 minutes from the Casino and 15 minutes to the town of Walker. We have 100' of perfect sand beach located on a private dead end road. Gentle weed free slope to into lake makes this beach ideal for swimming.

The space
Bathrooms: 3
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 5
Check In: 4PM - 12AM (midnight)
Check Out: 10AM
Room type: Entire home/apt


Extra people: 8 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: 35
Security Deposit: 282
Weekend Price: 273 / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
2 single beds
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Check in time is 4PM - 12AM (midnight)

- Bedroom/Bathroom Policy
- In order to keep our rates down, we open/close bedrooms and baths based on your group size.
- Please note the number of bedrooms you have elected to have available (if you have less than 6 people staying). The master suite (king bed) & sofa sleeper are always open and included on all groups.
- If your group consists of 4 – 5, choose between the twin bedroom (2 twin beds plus bath) or the Queen Bedroom & bath. Additional bedrooms can be opened for parties of less than 5 for $30/per bedroom per stay. Parties of 6 or more will have access to all bedrooms/bathrooms.
- Please note your quote from AirBnB does include sales tax of 7.375% and all applicable fees.
- Once I accept your booking request I will contact you to get you our rental agreement so you can review and approve. This will confirm your reservation.



Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

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Savage, Minnesota, United StatesJoined in March 2016
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Hello! My name is Rick Storlie. I have a 9 year old son Mason and 11 year old daughter Breanna. I live in Savage, MN and originally from Northfield. My brother Chip is a part owner with me. Both of us are alumni of St. Cloud State University.

My family has been vacationing on the north shore since 1975. My father owned a Lutsen Sea Villa (which is coincidentally less than a mile from our cabin now) until 1995. I learned to ski, deer/grouse hunt and skip rocks on the north shore. Chip has hiked many miles of the Superior Hiking trail and loves to kayak along the shore of Lake Superior on calm days. We've swam in the lake (be careful it's cold), water skied (on a dare), fished and enjoyed bathtub like water (once) along with 20+ foot waves. One of the neatest things to do is sleep with the windows open and hear the waves crashing on the rocks below. The combination of Lake Superior and the Superior National forest has an indescribable calming effect on your soul. All I can say is- a trip to the north shore is guaranteed to recharge your batteries!

No matter what the season there are things to do on the North Shore. SUMMER Try the Alpine slide located at Lutsen Mountains. The Gitchi Gami bike trail now has been extended so you can access it in front of our home. You can hop on and bike the north shore for miles. Find Lake Superior fishing charters in Tofte and Grand Marais along with inland fishing lakes too. The Superior Hiking Trail is only a couple of miles from our home. I recommend the Oberg and LeVeaux loop- fantastic overlooks! Golfers will love Superior National and its 27 holes. Yes it's challenging but the views of Lake Superior and Moose Mountain will help you forget how many balls you've lost! Like to shop? Quaint shops are located right on the harbor in Grand Marais. Only 20 minutes away.

WINTER Lutsen Mountains has the best downhill skiing in the Midwest. There are hundreds of miles of cross country, snow shoe and snowmobile trails accessible within 5 minutes. The clubhouse at Superior National turns into a winter recreation activity center. You can go on horse drawn sleigh rides and take dog mushing tours- just stop by.

SPRING Spring time hikes along raging streams in the spring will give you countless photo opportunities. Perhaps the best spring activity is hanging our at our home with a good book. Cook some great food and take advantage of quiet time on the North Shore. Rates are lower too!

FALL The fall colors in the Maple forests are second to none. Fall is still my favorite time to visit the north shore. I think the two things we may love the most are fires on the lake shore and coffee on the deck overlooking the lake. If you're an early riser you can see the sun come right out of the water!

Languages: English
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a few hours
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

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