Overlooking a Stunning Ledge Rock Shoreline
Explore and Experience Minnesota's North Shore, in any season, with all it has to offer; hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, golfing, inland/stream fishing or Lake Superior chartered fishing, downhill/cross country skiing /snowboarding or snowmobiling ... Then "come home" and relax in the comforts of your own room, with the amenities of your choice.
Enjoy a place that is surrounded by beautiful cedar, pine and stately birch trees, neatly landscaped grounds with a bon fire ring at the waters edge.
LEARN ABOUT MINNESOTA'S GEMSTONE
Thomsonite Inn is unique in that it sits on a section of Lake Superior’s shoreline that features “Minnesota’s Gemstone”, Thomsonite. Thomsonite is a rare mineral which was first discovered on the North Shore in 1879.
During the turn of the century, Hans Bernard Larsen, a Norwegian immigrant who came to Grand Marais in 1888, sold Thomsonite in a summer tent along Good Harbor Bay. By 1924, the American Exploration Company owned much of the Thomsonite laden property.