We’ve complied a list of the most frequently asked questions to help you prepare for your getaway.
Our cabins have a coffee maker with liners, pots/pans, dishware, utensils, dish soap, hand soap and toilet paper. Cabins are also equipped with all the bed linens, kitchen towels and bathroom towels. Each cabin has a charcoal grill, picnic table and fire ring.
Items you may want to pack include coffee, napkins, paper towels, saran wrap/tin foil, cooking oils and spices. Please plan to bring your own beach towels, as our linens are meant to be kept in the rental. Guests will need to provide their own bathroom toiletries. Charcoal, lighter fluid and firewood are available for purchase at the resort.
Yes, all of our rentals have air conditioning.
Unfortunately we do not have wifi in the cabins, but Rock Harbor Lodge has free wifi and is available for guests to utilize.
If you are staying in a cabin or campsite, the boat launch is included with the rental. If you are not staying at the resort, we have a $20 boat launch fee.
Overnight boat slips are available for $20 per night. Due to limited marina space, you must reserve a slip in advance.
Please meet your guide for charter fishing at 8am by the fish cleaning house. Guests should plan to bring a fishing license, layered clothing for weather changes, sunscreen, and a cooler with food/beverage. The charter trip includes the guide for 8 hours (full-day trip), life jackets, fishing poles, tackle and bait. There is a small restroom on board. The guide will clean the fish for you at the end of the trip.
Our 16 and 18 ft. Lund boats are basic boats with bench seating and tiller steering. Our 17’ Boston Whaler and 18’ Wellcraft both have electronics and a steering wheel. Rental boats accommodate 3-4 guests, depending on the boat. Rental includes life jackets and gas for the day. You will need to supply all of your own fishing gear. Rental boat hours are 8am-6pm.
We have a small supply of bait available for purchase at the resort. We typically carry whatever is biting on the lake at that time.
The walleye/sauger aggregate limit is six (no more than four can be walleye). Walleye from 19.5 through 28 inches must be immediately released. Only one walleye over 28 inches total length may be possessed. The take home limit and possession limit are the same in Minnesota.