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I visited Itasca State Park and had brunch at Douglas Lodge with my family. The buffet had a nice selection and the price was very reasonable. On the way into the park there was sadly quite a bit of damage caused by a recent storm...More
An interesting dinner in historic Douglas Lodge in one of Minnesota's premier state parks. As both my son in law and I had frequented some to drawer bbqs around the country we were unsure what to expect from their smoked brisket, but what treat!
This is a small room, with 2 single beds. There is a nice bathroom with tub, but no shower. Most charming feature here is the screened porch, offer views of communal firepit, and beyond that, glimpses of the lake. (Going to bed, and also early...More
My husband and I went on a canoeing trip on Lake Itasca and were looking for a non-camping lodging option close by. We booked our room 3 months in advance and were glad we did - there are only 12 rooms available. The service at...More
Walked the short trail for the fire tower lookout and afterward drove over to Douglas lodge for lunch. We were seated right away and got the last table that had a window view outside (close to the stairs that go down to the lake). We...More
So I checked the list of amenities as suggested (thanks! Good thought) and I could not see either a coffee maker or toaster listed. Does anyone know for sure if these small appliances are provided in the 6-plex units? I really need to know!
19 July 2016|
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Our family is gathering at Itasca at the end of July. Two families will be in the 6- plea units (61 and 62) and two families in cabin C6. I'm just wondering how we will get back and forth for meals. I can't tell from the map. Will we have to drive?