Where cell phones don't ring to call you to work.
Where evenings are spent gathering with friends, watching the
Northern lights, playing games or chatting the evening away
around a fire. Where "Neighbor" still means someone you can
count on in a pinch and "Community" means more than just the
place you live.
Here at the Gunflint Pines we
love Pets! We have 2 English Springer Spaniels; Sota and Shadow.
We welcome you to bring your pets and would love to meet them.
Sota's name is taken from
Minnesota. She has assumed the position of camp greeter,
and welcomes both guests and pets alike. She will entertain you by opening
the front door herself, and will guide you if you choose to hike the
trial to Lonley L
ake, Lookout Point or High Cliffs
She's diabetic now so we ask you not to feed her.
Shadow spends much of her day outside or in the entry of
the lodge "chasing the light". She likes any kind of light or
shadow. She often tricks guests into opening the door
for her - not so she can go in or out - but so the light might
Your pets are welcome in the lodge, but must first pass Shadow.
We suggest a controlled meeting as she is afraid of new dogs until
introduced. (Fear Aggression).
We know pets are family members for most of you (us too). They
are allowed in all cabins and campsites. We also have a few
common sense conditions since they don't always behave the same as
they would at home:
You are on vacation with your
pet – don’t leave them here alone.
Pets should be leashed while on property.
Pet waste should be removed from yards, drives and walkways.
Pet “accidents” in cabins must be reported and attended to immediately.
Pets should not be on furniture unless “Pet Sheets” are requested.
Pet fees apply to all reservations, unless otherwise noted.
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