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760 feet of shoreline and 2.9 acres on Crane Lake. This wooded parcel near the edge of the Voyageurs National Park has a dock, shed and electric. Wander the paths on the fairly level wooded land to find your perfect building site. Or camp on the land for awhile until you build among the towering pines. Crane Lake is a jumping off point to the chain of lakes into the National Park, Canada and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Crane Lake is the southern entry to the Voyageurs National Park, Ontario and Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Crane Lake information can be found on the Crane Lake website. You will find information on area marinas and activities in town.
542 Northwest Bay Crane Lake has many options for fishing, berry picking, wildlife watching, exploring trails and enjoying the wilderness area. In the winter imagine settling in front of your fireplace at your new cottage after a day on the snowmobile trails.
This is a parcel of land where you will leave your vehicle at one of the many marinas or public landings and travel to your property. Many options are available for getting building materials and supplies to the cabin. Large boats, barges and pontoons are available for rent. Wells can be drilled on boat access parcels as well as getting septic systems installed.
Contact Deena Congdon at RE/MAX Lake Country to set up a tour of the land. You will feel at home right away when you s=walk the trails on the land among the large pines on this fairly level property on at 542 Northwest Bay Crane Lake.
542 Northwest Bay Crane Lake has views of the Voyageurs National Park The Voyageurs National Park is one of the places in Minnesota where you may view Bald Eagles.
Voyageurs is one of the few National Parks in the continental U.S. to provide a perfect blend of tall, old white pines along the shores of large, deep lakes filled with fish and water birds favored by the bald eagle (Halieatus leucocephalus). This national bird is a year-round resident of the park, and the sight of one soaring over the open water adds to the park’s beautiful scenery.