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Scott’s Peaceful Valley understands your challenges in planning a family vacation. We have selected some question that may assist you in your plans. Contact us for any additional questions.

Scott’s Peaceful Valley Resort opens on Fishing Opener weekend, May 11, 2024. Give us a call and we can discuss reservations and options on availability. Our rates are all-inclusive (except pet deposit) with no hidden charges (no mooring fees, charges for extra towels, etc.) 

Scott’s Peaceful Valley is now open Year-Round

Normal check-in is 4:00 PM. Check-out time is 9:00 AM. If you need to arrive earlier or leave later, we can often accommodate this if cabin availability permits flexibility. If you know you need flexibility, let us know ahead of time so we can find a way to help you out. 

Yes. A $150 pet deposit will be required upon reservation.

All pets will always be with the guest. All animals will be with their owners. No unattended pets in the cabin, vehicle or outside a cabin unattended at any time.

Yes. Electric only. Coming soon full accommodations. Check back for updates.

SPVR offers rentals during the winter months. Information on trails can be found at Crane Lake Voyageurs Snowmobile Club

Yes. Scott’s Peaceful Valley Resort has a full marina service. For no additional cost, as part of your stay at Scott’s Peaceful Valley Resort, there is dock space for you to moor your boat and parking space for your boat trailer. The public landing is next to the resort for launching your boat. As part of the full marina service, we offer electrical power on the dock to recharge your marine batteries. We have regular and mixed gas for sale.

Scott’s Peaceful Valley Resort provides all new guests with a free map of area lakes. The waterways in the area are safe and well-marked with buoys and channel makers. Crane Lake is a part of Voyageur National Park and park rangers are on-site to offer aid and answer any additional questions you may have. Help, if needed, is available by way of marine radio via local boat traffic. 

Please visit the Crane Lake Tourism Bureau for current event information.
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Minnesota DNR and Canadian MNR will have the information. You can print your license from our office.

Yes, you may visit the Crane Lake Chapel which is non-denominational. There is a Catholic church in Orr, 30 minutes south of Crane Lake. 

Yes, we accommodate all hunters. Check the Minnesota DNR website for details on game limits, as well as the hunting dates. 

Even with the heat of summer, the evening can get a bit chilly. Please bring warm clothes and sturdy shoes. Other items to consider include sunscreen, fishing gear, gloves, hat, rain gear, insect repellent, shampoo/conditioner, and a flashlight.

We offer a unique fishing experience on Mukooda Lake. Mukooda Lake is a pristine, spring-fed lake, with limited access. Access to this lake is sought by fishermen throughout the region due to its unique experience and variety of fish, but is available only to a few.

As a guest of our resort, you will have this rare opportunity as we have a DNR permit to access Mukooda Lake and a boat available for rental exclusively for our guests. For more information check out our Exclusive Fishing

Besides fishing, we have access to hiking trials, berry picking, island hopping, swimming, water skiing and other water sports. There is also an ice cream shop down the road and gift shops in the area. Crane Lake is a short drive to Orr, MN where we have a bog walk and Vince Shute Black Bear Sanctuary. For a Sunday drive, Vermilion Falls Road offers typical Nothern Minnesota wildlife scenery that you would not be able to witness otherwise in the Midwest. Check out the Family Fun page for more great ideas.

Voyageur County ATV now offers miles of AVT trails. You can start in Crane Lake and head to many places; Elephant Lake, Myrtle Lake, Pelican Lake, Orr, Cook and Lake Vermillion. Please visit the website for more information