Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply is your Grand Marais outdoor adventure store. Whether you are a veteran wilderness enthusiast or brand new to the outdoor life, we are excited to help you out. Take a trip through our store, and you’ll find high-quality gear and clothing, hand-picked by our staff.
Summer means kayaking. And canoeing. And paddle boarding. And fishing. And hiking. And camping. It doesn’t last long here on the North Shore, so we savor every moment of it. And our favorite weekend of the entire summer? Well that would be the North Shore Water Festival. It starts out with the 2019 Paddling Film Festival World Tour and a bonfire on the beach on Friday, July 19th. Follow that up with two full days (July 20th-21st) of free Kayak, SUP, and Canoe Demos. And free SUP yoga. And a book signing with author Cary J. Griffith. You should be here for the whole weekend! Get all the details here.
104 1st Ave E, 22 E 1st Street, Grand Marais MN 55604 | (218) 387-3136 | Website • 275 feet From Hotel
Hours: Mon-Sat 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Sun 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Grand Marais has long winters and we’ve got rentals and tours for those frigid months as well.
Planning ahead for a summer or winter adventure? We make it easy for you with top-of-the-line rental gear. Fishing. Kayaking. Canoeing. Paddle boarding. Camping. Hiking. We’ve got what you need to make your North Shore visit complete.
Would you rather leave the planning and logistics to us? Book a guided tour. Give us a call at (218) 387-3136 or stop in the store and we’ll help you figure out exactly what you need for your North Shore getaway. We love this place and we can’t wait to share it with you!
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Grand Marais Outdoor Activities Guide
In Grand Marais and Cook County, Minnesota you can enjoy Lake Superior – the world’s largest freshwater lake, visit Minnesota’s tallest mountain peak at Eagle Mountain, view the state’s highest waterfall in Grand Portage, ski the largest ski resort in the Midwest at Lutsen Mountains and enjoy Minnesota’s longest and most scenic biking trails. Stay awhie and find your adventure in Cook County!
Experience the spectacular chain of state parks, waterfalls, and seemingly endless list of year-round outdoor activities that are located on Highway 61 on the North Shore. From Gooseberry State Park (69 miles southwest) to Grand Portage State Park (40 mile northeast), eight State Parks provide a wide array of summer and winter outdoor fun. Grand Marais and the Superior Inn are a great place to stay for your outdoor adventure and easy access to these Highway 61 parks and all the other activities to be found north in Cook County, Minnesota.
Grand Marais and the Lake Superior North Shore offer hundreds of miles of cross-country skiing trails (hiking and biking trails in summer). In fact, Cook County, Minnesota has the largest network of cross-country trails in North America. You can stay close to Grand Marais, or head up from the lake shore area to the other cross country skiing trails. A Minnesota Ski Pass is required on all trails unless otherwise noted.