Turning 100 Years Old
Camp Tettegouch will be celebrating its 100th birthday the first Sunday in June. A group of four Duluth business men constructed a lodge, dining hall and one cabin 100 years ago in 1910. In 1921 one of the members bought the others out, and it served as a private residence until 1971. In 1979 the camp became part of Baptism Wayside and was renamed Tettagouche State Park. The location is remote and accessible by hike, ski or canoe only. Located only eight feet from Mic Mac Lake and on the ski trail network, the camp is ideal for skiing, snow shoeing and ice fishing. Huge 200-year-old white pines surround this secret place making it secluded and seemingly untouched. The cabins are fully furnished, complete with a cozy, wood-burning fireplace and kitchen conveniences for a hearty meal after a full day of exploration.
Start gathering your plans and make reservations today. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance.