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Two Harbors Travel Tips

Getting to Two Harbors Vacation Rentals

Two Harbors is located on the north shore of Lake Superior, approximately 25 miles from Duluth. There are good rail and road networks between the two cities. Traveling by train is a great way to take in the stunning scenery. The distance is not far and it makes a great day trip. Duluth Regional Airport has regularly scheduled flights from Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport. From the Twin Cities, you can get flight connections to most major cities in the United States and Canada. If your find that the regional flight is too expensive, you can always pick up a rental car in Minneapolis St. Paul and drive up to Two Harbors. The trip takes approximately three hours, depending on traffic.

Parks and Recreation near Two Harbors Lake Houses

There are several State Parks within close proximity to Two Harbors. The Gooseberry Falls State Park is just 13 miles from Two Harbors. The park has a well-equipped visitors' center that provides maps and information on the various trails. The park is known for its beautiful waterfalls and as an ideal place to enjoy a picnic with the family. The Split Rock Lighthouse State Park is named after the historic lighthouse that is located within the park grounds. Historical tours can be organized from the information center. The hiking trails in the park follow the lakeshore and link up with the well-known Superior Hiking Trail. Camping and picnic sites are available on the lakeshore. The Tettegouche State Park covers 9,300 acres and is the largest park in the area. The park incorporates six inland lakes as well as numerous stunning waterfalls. The park includes two-and-a-half miles of Lake Superior shoreline. Popular activities include rock climbing, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and kayaking.

There are two outdoor and one indoor ice skating rinks at the Two Harbors County Arena and another two in the town. Both are well-lit outdoor rinks and located at Odegard Park and Segog Park. There are numerous trail systems that originate or pass through Two Harbors. The Gitchi-Gama State Trail is for pedestrians, skaters and cyclists. The Sonju Hiking Trail is open during the summer months and a great way to experience the natural beauty of the north shore. Cross country skiers can follow the Erkki Harju Ski Trail and enjoy equally spectacular views. Some of the top snowmobile trails include the Northshore State Snowmobile Trail, the Brimson Snowmobile Trail, and the Yukon Snowmobile Trail.

Home Comforts at Two Harbors Cottages

Two Harbors is a vacation destination where you can simply relax and enjoy the natural surroundings. The vacation homes are cozy and stylishly furnished. Large living areas tend to be around fireplaces where you can relax in the evenings. Windows look out across Lake Superior, taking in sweeping views. Most kitchens are equipped with a range of modern appliances, making vacation catering easy. Multiple bedrooms make sure that all family members have their own private space. Homes located on the lakeshore provide easy access to the water for boating and fishing.

Seasons to Visit Minnesota Vacation Rentals in Two Harbors

Two Harbors is a great destination to visit in both the summer and winter. The winter freeze provides excellent conditions for snowmobiling and cross country skiing. In the summer, you can choose a number of ways to explore the many trails and parks in the area. Lazy days can be spent out on the lake, boating and fishing from sunrise to sunset, if you so choose.

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