- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Great weekend at the funny farm!
Cole was a fantastic host and even helped us trailer in our heavy gear on his ATV! He also provided detailed directions that made the very secluded site easy to find and had two tents set up for us to use. The property is beautiful and close to the Superior Hiking Trail. There are a few awesome lookout spots for sunsets and stargazing that are amazing too. My only recommendation would be to clear out some more flat space at the site and make the trails on the property easier to find. Overall we enjoyed our stay and I would recommend The Funny Farm to anyone who is looking to have a private, secluded camping experience close to some great hiking trails.
Great experience! Went up with friends to explore the North Shore with our ATVs. We didn’t want to be at a campsite with a bunch of people; we wanted more privacy and that is exactly what we got. The owner even went with us on a ride and showed us around the area.
Awesome skiing (and snowmobiling)
Cole is an awesome host, the property has absolutely excellent backcountry skiing opportunities and also snowmobiling trails basically right out the door. Great views of the surrounding mountains and lake Superior. Easy access to Tettegouche State Park (I think Cole said the property abuts the State Park) and all the services or Silver Bay are only about a mile by trail or two miles by road. By Snowmobile or ATV, the cabin is easily accessible, but the driveway up to the cabin is very steep so don't plan to drive a 2wd vehicle all the way up there (or at least not in winter). I mostly just skied but there is direct access to snowmobile trails that connect to all the trails up and down the whole North Shore. The cabin is simple, warm and cozy. You probably want to bring a propane camp stove or trail stove for cooking or just zip over to Silver Bay, Beaver Bay or Finland and go out to eat. Highly recommended to any winter adventurers!