Grand Marais, a Greatest Lake in Minnesota

Alright, so you are possibly not going to be doing enough swimming in the usually frosty waters of Lake Superior, yet if it is August -- except if all you wanted to do was swim, you'd be at the seaside. There is more to a lake town than pretension your scissor kick, and Grand Marais offers the complete outdoorsy spectrum of canoeing, hiking, fishing, camping, rock climbing, and even bird watching (for voyeurs who like to discover birds).

On top of the vigorous stuff you'd suppose from a vacation spot on the lake, although, there are also some solid dining like Sven & Ole's Pizza and World's Best Donuts  and the town's in fact got a pretty effervescent arts outlook too. No tour to Grand Marais is complete without taking a walk down to the lighthouse at Artists Point, a small peninsula ideal for snapping the kind of Sutro-filtered Instagrams that'll get you veiled from your friends' feeds.


Grand Marais, a Greatest Lake in Minnesota

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