Our family-owned and family-oriented, Crane Lake resort caters to your every need. You can ask for assistance when you need it and enjoy peaceful solitude when you don’t. Find adventure in fishing, boating, ATVing, hiking, swimming, and exploring. Marvel at the view, read a captivating novel, or relax by the campfire.About SPVR
In the evening, you can retire to your modern cabin overlooking scenic Crane Lake for a quiet night of reading and relaxation—or join your friends at the fire pit for marshmallows and fishing stories amid the crackle of a warm fire.
You’ll have everything you need to enjoy your stay!
Full kitchen, stove, fridge, microwave, coffee pot, toaster, pots/pans, dinnerware, silverware, bowls, and cooking/baking accessories.
Additional items provided free per your request are additional bed linens, blankets, pillows, toilet paper, trash bags, coffee filters, kitchen dish soap, and non-scratch scrub pads.
All bath and kitchen linens and towels are included. As an eco-friendly practice, we invite our guests to reuse towels when practical to conserve on water and detergent usage.
Our resort offers free Internet access on our high-speed Wi-Fi network. Ask us if you need help connecting.
Free for guest use: various outdoor and indoor games and activities for all ages and abilities.
A window-unit air conditioner will keep your common area cool on those warm Minnesota evening.
Crane Lake is the southern Gateway to Voyageurs National Park (VNP), the western entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA), Quetico Provincial Park where sightseeing and wildlife abound, and also shares a border with Superior National Forest. It is interconnected and affords access to all the lakes within VNP as well as an entryway into Canada. There are 100 miles of border lakes: Sand Point, Namakan, Kabetogama, Rainy, Little Vermilion, Loon, and Lac La Croix.