A short-term vacation rental near Two Harbors, Minnesota. Welcome to the wild side.
This OFF GRID Hideaway gives visitors an experience of living in the wilderness a few short miles from Two Harbors and the shore of Lake Superior. Guests may hear a train on its way from Minnesota’s Iron Range to the ore docks in Two Harbors, where ships take on the cargo, then carry it throughout the Great Lakes or even through the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Atlantic Ocean.
With propane lights, heat and cooking amenities, you will feel as though you stepped back in time. A quick fire in the wood stove creates a warm ambiance.
You may hear pileated woodpeckers, ravens, owls, and even a howling session from the local wolf pack. You will have to bring your own water and cooler, as there is no well or electricity for refrigeration. Dishes and cooking utensils are provided.
A comfortable outhouse provides for your bathroom needs.
During the summer months (May-Oct) Burlington Bay Campground allows unregistered guests to use the shower facilities at the campground for $5.00 each. We supply 2 vouchers (for free) as part of your stay at Cedarwood Hideaway. We also provide towels and washcloths. (You will need to bring your own soap, shampoo/conditioner.)
Upcoming Local Events:
Mon-Tue, Aug 12-13 | Perseid Meteor Shower: Producing up to 60 unusually bright meteors per hour, the Perseid Meteor Shower is one of the best meteor showers of the year (after the Geminid in December). Peaking shortly after a new moon, the conditions are prime for stargazing during the Perseid’ peak this year.
Biking information and Bike Rentals:
Cross Country Ski Trails:
Hiking Trails and Parks:
Current Trail Info for skiing/snowmobiling:
Canoe/Kayak: You may launch your personal craft (and park your car) at Burlington Bay in Two Harbors. Summer rentals available at:
State Trail for 4-wheeler and snowmobile use:
These are some of our favorites hangouts for food and beverages.
Castle Danger Brewery does NOT serve food, but you can bring your own or order take-out from any of these local restaurants:
Shopping for Local Art:
Both Cedar Coffee Company and Mocha Moose display work by local artists.