Crane Lake Resorts - Scott's Peaceful Valley Resort
When vacationers think of Crane Lake resorts, they think of Scott’s
Peaceful Valley as their home away from home. It is a place where
you’ll create special memories while relaxing in one of the most
beautiful and picturesque places in America.
Crane Lake is part of Voyageur’s National Park (VNP) southern
boundary, adjacent to the Boundary Water’s Canoe Area (BWCA), and
access point for Quetico Provincial Park. Crane Lake is a summer
destination vacation area and Scott’s Peaceful Valley is the perfect
spot for your family’s adventure to begin.
The area offers numerous and varied vacation options for the entire
family. Enjoy a day on the lake fishing and boating as you travel
through the many miles of interconnecting lakes. Ride your ATV or
hike the numerous designated trails leaving right from your cabin.
We welcome the opportunity to assist and plan your daily adventures
while you stay with us.
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in 2018: Tamarack Lodge: A Lake Home Rental on Crane Lake
This beautiful lake home is the newest addition to Scott’s Peaceful
Valley and sleeps up to 8 people.
Pricing and additional details can be found
Lake offers a wide variety of services. From fly-in fishing, canoe
outfitting, guided fishing trips, numerous dining facilities, bait
and tackle shops, grocery sales and marine sales and service are
us or click on the contact section
to reserve your time with your family and friends at Scott's Peaceful
Valley Resort. For many, making special memories at Peaceful Valley in
scenic Crane Lake Minnesota has become an annual tradition. We accept
reservations at any time and have full weeks, partial weeks and
nightly rates available.
The upcoming summer season for 2018 is a perfect time to get away and
enjoy the great North Country. Call with questions at any time toll
free at: 800.649.SPVR (7787) or direct at: 218.993.2330 Click on the
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"When You Think Of Crane Lake
Resorts, think of Scott's Peaceful Valley"