Friends & Family! Come visit me and stay in the RV, while I stay in the sailboat. The RV sleeps three comfortably. The couch opens to a full size bed. The table drops down to a twin. Together they make on large king size bed. The City of Duluth MN, passed a new ordinance in May 2016, adding new restrictions to short term housing listings such as AirBnB. RV or sailboat lodgings are no longer allowed at marinas. You must be a friend! Thanks.
Friends and family, my RV is located in a beautiful and quiet spot along the St. Louis River in West Duluth! A short drive of 15 minutes brings you into downtown Duluth, Canal Park, and other sights. Sleeps 2-3 comfortably with all bedding and towels provided. Kitchen has a frig & freezer with many basic condiments and cold drinks. Pots & pans, dishes & silverware, coffee & tea, toaster, electric coffee maker and electric tea pot, kitchen towels and much more are provided. Microwave, three LP burners, or grill available for cooking meals. Private bathroom in RV. Air-conditioning, heat, or vented windows at ceiling. Basic TV, DVD, WiFi access. Clean bathrooms and hot showers also available at the marina! My home away from home is fantastic. Lots of activities in Duluth, Superior, along North Shore and more.
Full access to living area inside and around RV. Storage area is in the cab, which is curtained off from living area. Weather and schedule permitting, a Superior Sailing Adventure might be schedule! Sailing Adventures go along the St. Louis River, pass the Grassy point Swing Bridge for trains, through Canal Park's Aerial Lift Bridge and onto Lake Superior! No experience necessary! Life jackets provided and required for all. Learn to navigate the channels, proper marine radio communications, hosting and dropping sails, trimming the jib, tack, jibe, and even skipper! Kick back and relax or do as much as you like!
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Interaction is totally up to you. I'm in Duluth a lot between May and October. This is my seventh year with the sailboat and my fourth year with the RV! It would be great to spend time together here sailing! However, we are very happy to share either home away from, while we stay on the other, and send you on your own adventures! There are so many things to see and do, with or without us! It's all up to you!
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Marina has great showers and clean bathrooms. Pontoon, kayak, canoe, and bike rentals. Playground. Fire pits, wood, ice and nautical gifts available from friendly staff at marine store.
BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER & MORE: In a rush, Kwik Trip has great coffee, bakery goods, fruits, veggies, and more, plus free use of ATM. Sunshine Cafe on Grand is known for omelets and Swedish Pancakes. Beaner's Coffeehouse is nearby on Central Ave and also has open mic on Wed evenings. Duluth Grill is best know for parking lot gardens, which contribute to fabulous meals, is on S. 27th Ave off of 35. Amazing Grace Bakery and Cafe, Grandma's, Canal Park Brewing Company, Northern Waters Smokehouse, Little Angie's Cantina and Grill, Bellisio's, Grizzly's, Red Lobster, Famous Dave's and more are in Canal Park. Sara's Table, Uncle Loui's, Pickwick, Black Woods, Fitgers, Pizza Luce, Coney Island Diner, Dubh Linn Brew Pub and comedy, Carmody Irish Pub, Sir Benedict's and more are in Duluth. Absolute favorites in Superior include Anchor Bar for great burger, fries, beer and nautical ambiance, Thirsty Pagan Brewing for outstanding name, exceptional pizzas, delicious salads, flights of NINE home brews or your favorite wines or beers and live entertainment almost every night! Heading northbound? New Scenic Cafe, Great Lakes Candy, Russ Kendall's Smokehouse, Mocha Moose Coffee and more along Old Highway 61! Beyond Two Harbors? Betty's Pies with up to two dozen pies with or without lunch, Split Rock Lighthouse with great view of Lake Superior, Rustic Inn Cafe with lots of pie options too; The Crooked Spoon, Gun Flint Tavern, Angry Trout, Sven &Ole's (pizza), World's Best Donuts and more all the way north in Grand Marais, an artists's and tourists favorite! So little time, so much to do!
Please share your favorite sights and bites, and I'll add them to the list!
Family and friends, please be respectful of others. Do not damage property. Close awning when not in use, since high winds cause damage. Tie down chairs so they don't blow away. Young children and infants only allowed after speaking with me. Please be aware that I often have my dog Rico with me, so other pets not allowed unless cleared with me. Limited chairs, grill, and LP tanks are in brown bin next to deck. Do not locked bin. Lock is only used to keep bin closed, suggest it is secured, and allow others access when I'm not around. If you arrive before me, make yourselves at home. See you soon!
PLEASE BE MINDFUL THAT YOU STAY AT YOUR OWN RISK, WITHOUT LIABILITY TO THE MARINA. We are required to have personal insurance for RVs and boats , in order to stay here. I've loved being here for six years and have never had any problems. Thanks for your donations, which make my sharing this beautiful location possible! Hope you have a great time too!.
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Originally from New England, I fell in love with Duluth, MN the first time I saw the large spans of Lake Superior, while driving down the hill from I-35! Stop at the visitor center off I-35 for a spectacular view and lots of information! Previously, I sailed competitively on Lake Minnetonka as a crew member with various skippers and boats at the Wayzata Yacht Club. Now the owner of an old 20 foot Byliner Buccaneer sailboat, I spend much of my time between Duluth for fun and St. Paul, where I live with my partner, two cats, and my dog, Rico, who also loves trips to Duluth. This is the seventh year for my sailboat and the fourth year for the RV in Duluth. I'm at a great locational for longterm and full season boat and motorhome owners and well as short term travelers.
Effective May 2016, the city of Duluth MN, USA no longer allows boat and RV rentals at marinas. I find this very disappointing, because it was a win, win, win. I won as a host meeting some great people, who might also enjoy sailing. Guests won, because people from various walks of life could afford an alternative to more expensive lodging. And the local economy won, when my guests attended various cultural events, dined out at a delightful range of places, and shopped at many locations, both nearby and along the North Shore.
WELCOME, FAMILY & FRIENDS!
Please check my schedule to see if either my sailboat OR my RV are available for overnight stays. You can sleep in the sailboat or the RV, and I will sleep in the other location. Only supervised children are allowed on the sailboat!
SAILING ADVENTURES: Suggested donation of $25-$50 per person, depending on length of trip. Contribution towards beverages such as a case of water, ice tea, lemonade, ginger ale, beer in cans, and two bags of ice for the cooler. Pack a picnic or take me out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Make a great meal to share. Contribute toward gas for sailboat's outboard. Share the Skipper's Toast to Granuaile with Baileys Irish Cream, after 3-7 hours on the water! No experience needed. Sailing is adjusted to the comfort level of guests.
SLEEPING ON SAILBOAT: Suggested donation of $50-$75 per night for up to three people. Two night minimum. Discount on 3-7 nights.
SLEEPING ON RV: Suggested donation of $100-$150 per night for up to three people. Have full and private use of RV for cooking, refrigerator, private bath room, and many amenities. Or contribute to groceries, meals and cleaning for larger group at sailboat. Help clean dishes and switch twin bed to table for game night or social. Discount on 3-7 days.
RV TOURS of NORTH SHORE for up to three seat-belted guests, with owner as insured driver. Contributions towards gas and other expenses are graciously accepted!