Variety of Great Boundary Waters Canoe Area Accommodations

We offer a variety of Boundary Waters lodging choices to meet your needs. At Williams and Hall, we can accommodate very large groups or small families. We do offer four types of Boundary Waters lodging accommodations: bunk rooms, double bed rooms, youth bunkhouses, and, finally, a very nice A-Frame cabin that is leased by the week. By having everything you need at your fingertips, we save you time, money, and most of all a big hassle. Our clean, comfortable rooms make Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness trip logistics a snap.


Bunk room accommodations

Clean and spacious, our bunk rooms are private and accommodate 4 to 6 guests. Each guest will have a bunk with a sleeping bag and a pillow. Finally, the bathrooms are shared.

Bunk HouseNeed a little more room? Try our double bed rooms

The double bed rooms all have full beds. In addition, some of the rooms will also have two or three bunk beds in them. This makes the perfect family room. Bathrooms are shared.

Double Bed BunkThe Finest in Canoe Country Lodging – Fred’s Cabin

A beautiful A-frame cabin located adjacent to our lodge. The cabin sleeps 8. It has a small kitchen, fireplace, and excellent screen porch. The cabin makes a perfect vacation spot for a group of friends or a family. The cabin can be rented for $160 per night – minimum stay requirements may apply. Furthermore, it comes with access to our canoeing waterfront as well as a 16’ fishing boat (motor and fuel separate). You can also launch your kayaks or canoes from our dock. You also have full access to meals in the Williams and Hall dining room.

See more photos of the cabin on VRBO here.

For Scout and youth groups we off  group bunk houses

We specialize in Scout and youth groups traveling the miles of canoe routes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness. We have three buildings dedicated just to these groups. These bunkhouses will each lodge up to 18 youth. Although more spartan than the lodge buildings, most likely these bunk houses are just what groups need. Guests receive a bunk, sleeping bag and pillow. Also, guests share bathroom facilities.