North Shore & COVID 19

**Shelter in Place in MN through April 10th

This means no nonessential travel.

Do Not Travel up the North Shore

Be well, be safe, be healthy. Get out in your neighborhood and keep a safe distance from others.

I encourage you to get your North Shore fix digitally. Are you a well-seasoned North Shore visitor or a newbie? Explore my top North Shore recommendations here. Whiling away the hours? Visit these communities online, then plan your summer trip.

All MN restaurants, breweries, wineries are closed for dine-in, see individual listing below for curbside and delivery options.

Be safe, be healthy. We’ll be here when this is over. I will be maintaining a list of lodging and dining business status here.

Note – status can and will change daily. Prior to making plans, contact the property. I will be updating the page as new information becomes available.

Business is Partially Open

Hotel rooms are for sale and breakfast is available.

Hotel pool area is closed.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 30, 2020

Lodging and Massage services closed until April 30

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Lodging is closed.

Dining is closed.

It is with a heavy heart and thoughtful consideration that we announce we will not be allowing guests to visit the resort through April 30th. This decision was made Thursday, March 19th after much in-house discussion. We take Governor Walz’s words seriously when he discouraged non-essential travel, asked for personal sacrifice and is asking all Minnesotans to act quickly. We believe that this is the best way we can do our part to slow down the rapid progression of the coronavirus.

Business is Partially Open

Lodging is open.

The safety of our guests and employees is our number one priority.

  • The Lodge kitchen will be closed for the immediate future. We hope to reopen by the beginning of May (or sooner if restrictions are lifted). We will have complimentary breakfast to go bags available for all of our lodge guests.
  • The Crossings will be open for curbside pickup from noon-8pm every day of the week. Our menu will be limited in order to serve our customers in the most efficient manner possible.
  • Our pool area is currently closed.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 11, 2020

We are closed until April 10th, then will reassess what we will do going forward.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Lodging is closed.

Dining is closed.

After giving it a considerable amount of thought and days of discussion, our family at Bearskin Lodge has decided that the ethical decision to make at this point is to cancel our remaining reservations for the winter season. We do this with great reluctance because we know how special your Bearskin visits are; but for the health of our staff, our family, and for our Gunflint Trail area it has become obvious that we need to do our part in discouraging travel.

Our beautiful area will still be still be here for you to visit in the future. We very much hope to see you again. Please stay safe and healthy. Thank you for understanding our concerns.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Closed through April 30th. Like other lodging businesses, Superior Ridge will be assessing the situation on a week-by-week basis.

 

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Bluefin Bay Family of Resorts is currently closed and is not taking guest reservations through April 30, 2020. The Bluefin Grille is offering curbside pick-up for locals from 4-8 p.m. daily. Call 218-663-6200 or email BFGrilleToGo@bluefinbay.com to order from our special menu here.

Our hearts are heavy and our thoughts are with our guests, staff, owner partners, and the community at large as we collectively navigate this unprecedented public health crisis.

We will be staffing our primarily reservation line – 1-800-258-3346 – daily between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. to take guest reservations May 1st and beyond – though this reopening date is subject to change, so check our website page here for updates.

We hope you’ll visit us on Facebook and Instagram, and on our I LOVE Bluefin Blog to stay connected. We look forward to welcoming you back to the North Shore soon! Stay safe.

Business is Fully Open

Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic we are closed until May 17th. As the situation is constantly changing and to protect the health and safety of our staff we have closed our Bed and Breakfast. Staff will respond in a timely manner and appreciate your patience. If you are interested in supporting us, please purchase a Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Gift Certificate.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Lodging closed through April 2020

The effects of COVID19 and how it is impacting the world is surreal. As we all listen, absorb and work to do our part to get through this pandemic, we realize the difficult challenge and uncertainty we are faced. We are following the recommendations for closure through April 2020, but this too could change. With the efforts being made, let’s channel some of our focus and emotions to past trips that created fabulous memories wherever that may have been.

We also can look forward to those summer months that bring so many opportunities for adventure or relaxation on the north shore. Plan your next getaway by looking at options on our online booking system from our website or give us a call. Stay strong, take care of yourself as we look forward to a north shore visit and Thomsonite Beach Inn as a repeat or new guest.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 8, 2020

Closed until Spring Fishing Opener

Closed for Spring Cleaning and Maintenance

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Closed until May 1st.  Call with questions or to make spring reservations.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 11, 2020

Lodging is closed through April 10 and then wll reassess

Business is Partially Open

Superior Shores lodging is open.

Kamloops dining room is offering takeout from 11am-8pm.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Camp 61 will be closed for dining and lodging until May 1st. Reservations for lodging after May 1 can be made on our website under ‘book a room.’

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have suspended resort services for guests until May 1, 2020. While this was a difficult decision to make, it is in keeping with our first priority–keeping our community safe. Please visit OdysseyResorts.com to make a future reservation. We look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you for your understanding.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Closed – no services.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 15, 2020

Eagle Ridge Resort will be closed Monday, March 23rd – Thursday, May 14th. All reservations between those times will be canceled with a refund or credit option or moved to a later date. If you have a reservation during that time period, you will be contacted as
soon as possible by one of our staff members. With an influx of calls, we ask that you are patient with our staff. During that time, we will have staff on-site taking calls daily from 10 am -8 pm for answering questions and assisting with reservations after May 14.

Business is Partially Open

We only have six rooms open over the winter and may be able to accommodate under certain circumstances. Please call first. We are not open to drive ups.

Mostly Closed–CALL FOR INFORMATION

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

For the safety of our guests, employees, and communities we have decided to close our hotel starting now through April 30th. These dates could change depending on the governor’s orders and the continued spread of COVID-19.

Even though we are closed to current business we are still taking summer and fall reservations online or call and leave us a message and we will call you back as soon as possible. If you are looking for a great and unique gift idea consider purchasing a gift certificate online or over the phone.

Remember to practice social distancing. Shelter in place for the next 2 weeks if at all possible. We will get through this.

Please be safe and stay healthy!

Thank you,

Cyndi and Jeff, Innkeepers

Business is Fully Open

We are assessing and monitoring, on a daily basis, advisories from the CDC and the Minnesota Department of Health. The health and safety of our guests and employees is our number one priority. We are closing our pool area to all users.

Thanks to the generosity of our neighbor, McDonald’s Restaurant, we will now be providing each of our guests with a coupon for a complementary breakfast of their choice – available through their drive-thru.

We appreciate your understanding, and your continued support, during these challenging times.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 11, 2020

We are closed until April 10th, then will reassess what we will do going forward.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 8, 2020

Business is closed. We intend on opening for our summer season on May 8, 2020.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Dear Friends,
We have come to the difficult decision that, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, for the safety of the team and those around us, we feel the need to close both the restaurant and lodge starting through April 30th.

We have been following protocol from both local and state authorities and paying attention to our neighbors. We have been praying for additional guidance as we make what has been the most challenging decision of our lives. We have gone through all of the emotions that come along with the fact that we could possibly lose everything that we have worked our entire lives for; however, we must put our health and the health of our community ahead of any possible business.

We have tried to maintain the employment of the staff that we have and especially our team members that live here on property. Our team is like our family. All the team members in our on-site affordable housing will be able to remain in their units free of charge for as long as needed.

We hope that all displaced guests will rebook with us in the future as your travels bring you to the beautiful North Shore. For now, stay home, wait this out and we’ll be here when this clears.

Thank you for your support and we hope that when we see the other side of this that you will come and support us again.

Thom, Jelena and family

Business is Fully Open

Lodging is open. We have implemented increased guest room and hotel common area cleaning protocol and processes.

Currently providing modified breakfast offerings, such as “grab and go bags” or “individually wrapped” breakfast items.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

We are not taking reservations until May 1st at this time.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

For the Safety of our guests and the community we will be closed through April 30th. Future reservations can be made by calling the resort. Being one of the few “Mom and Pop” Resorts on the North Shore, we appreciate your past business and look forward to seeing you in the future. Be safe and Stay Healthy.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening:

Lodging and dining closed until Thursday, April 2, 2020 when we will reassess the situation.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 19, 2020

Temperance Traders Cabin Rental:
Not accepting new reservations for the next 30 days/through April 18.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

Closed through April 30. Our cleaning crew and local community need to be protected.  We are prepared to close in May if we need to as well.
Stay safe!  Take care.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 11, 2020

We are closed until April 10th, then will reassess what we will do going forward.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: April 30, 2020

Our hotel is currently closed due to COVID-19 and will reopen when safe to do so.

Business is Closed
Projected Reopening: May 1, 2020

All reservations due to arrive through April 30 are cancelled. Governor Walz restated the state of Minnesota is making all possible efforts to flatten the curve and not overwhelm our health care system; he encouraged non-essential travel to be canceled, asked for personal sacrifice and is asking all Minnesotans to act quickly. Based on the Governor’s comments, we simply believe this is the right thing to do. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
We hope that these efforts, and efforts being made by all in Minnesota and across the world, will help to flatten the curve and get us all back to “normal” sooner rather than later. Stay safe. Stay healthy.