We live in a quiet area on the outskirts of a small town. The city of Duluth is 20 minutes away on the interstate and is the gateway to the north shore drive of Lake Superior. There is a paved walking/biking trail one mile away in Carlton. Jay Cooke State Park is two miles away with beautiful natural scenery, camping, a picnic area and a swinging bridge over the St. Louis River.
Nearby neighbors are friendly and deserve the usual respect concerning noise and interaction during quiet hours.
Please refrain from using generators after 10:00 pm and pick up after your pets.
We prefer you do not smoke on the property.
Short gravel street ending at cul-de-sac.Parking pad is next to house.
Property adjacent to pad.
We will be gone for the Winter and whenever we have an urge to roam. Scheduling ahead will insure availability.
Jay Cooke State Park
Spirit Mountain skiing
Lake Superior 30 minutes away
We've been on the road for over 22 months and stayed in a number of Boondockers' locations. MinneSnowTa ranks high on our list of best places to be for a few days. We were able to check out Duluth while we were there as it's relatively close by. Our hosts could not have been nicer, allowing us to use the pad where their own RV generally rests, providing power and sharing blueberry muffins we enjoyed with our coffee one morning. They are some of the kindest, gentlest souls you'll meet anywhere. We had quiet and restful evenings. Hope to see these folks on the road.
To our hosts, you were both wonderful hosts. Welcomed us as we arrived; brought us small gifts and zucchini bread for breakfast. He even showed off his wood shop. Thank you so much and it was very nice to meet you! -- Mark and Beth
R & A are warm and kind hosts. We did a lot of talking and shared a meal with them and neighbors. We were greeted with muffins and a map to the local activities, trails, gas and restaurant.
We greatly appreciate the power and water. We hope we can host them someday or meetup on the road :)
Warm welcome. Even brought us muffins for n the morning. Would stay here again
Made new friends with this wonderful couple! So inviting & generous folks! It was pleasure meeting you guys & thanks for letting us share your home. Sorry I was no help for your printer issue! Cheers!
Our hosts couldn’t have been more accommodating. From first hello to waving goodbye. Even shared bounty from the garden!
Wonderful hosts, lovely spot close to restaurants, walking paths and bicycle paths. Great hospitality!
We were so welcomed by Woodfrey at MinniSnowTa! They are great folks, and even gave us a hand made wooden snowflake to commemorate our visit! If you have a chance to host or be hosted by them, don't miss it. We look forward to staying with them again when we go "up North"!
MinneSnowTa was the perfect location to do sightseeing in Duluth. A quick 20/25 minute drive from their location puts you into Duluth. They provided water and electric hookups which is always a bonus and a nice level pad. We were able to have pleasant (safe distance) conversations and share stories. He is a very talented wood worker and she makes delicious zucchini cake. Very interesting folks who I hope will allow us another visit in the future.
We really enjoyed our 2 nights at Ron and Arlette's house. They are very hospitable and friendly. We had a camp fire chat on our 1st night with no fires and it was delightful. We totally recommend an overnight with them
Our hosts are amazing and interesting people. We felt like we were with family from the moment we met them. We hiked the trails with them and our dogs and spent evenings on lawn chairs “solving the world’s problems” :) The property was beautiful and quiet. They will always be welcome in our home and we look forward to the next time we are able to visit them. We can’t thank them enough for this wonderful weekend.
The hosts were very accommodating and friendly. Great servants of the community with many talents. Nice flat area to park. Area was quiet and peaceful. Great spot to stop for our journey.
Fantastic Hosts! Moved their RV so we would have a nice level spot. Offered hook ups, which we didn’t need, although we did top off our water tank from their water spigot. They provided a nice printed map of the area with gas stations, grocery stores, etc. indicated on it. Our host even provided us with a “snowflake” he created out of wood as a gift. This was our 1st BDW experience & it was great.
This was my first stay with a Boondockers Welcome host and it was amazing! WOODFREY flattened out a pad on the driveway for an RV to park. He and his wife had water available as well as electricity and made a little guide for things to do in the area.
I rode the Munger trail into Duluth and it was quite a ride on a paved bike path. Once I got into Duluth I did a bit of sightseeing and then rode back up the path. Be advised that there is no drinking water available on the trail and it can get very warm.
My stay in the Duluth area was very nice and was a great way to begin my trip towards Maine.
This was my first visit to Minnesota and I also was the first BW guest for these hosts. The stay was amazing. The hosts were extremely gracious, offering electric and water. There are some beautiful biking/hiking trails which link up at the end of their road and lead throughout the entire state and much pop and I thoroughly enjoyed those. Great little eatery in town on the corner also within walking distance. Small town and tiny neighborhood were as quiet as being in the woods alone. Hosts Jane a nice little hand made gift for guests also. I can't tell you what it is. You have just have to go visit and get one for yourselves. Would love to stay here again!!