Over the past decade or so, North Shore snowshoeing has skyrocketed in popularity as Midwesterners continue to discover the serene, picturesque allure of this mountainous, lakeside land. And the perfect place to start and finish each day of exploration and adventure is right here at Superior Shores Resort in Two Harbors, MN.
Lake Superior will never be a beach getaway destination for tourists hoping to swim and sunbathe, but that’s perfectly fine here on the beautiful North Shore MN. We prefer our beaches to be rocky, colorful, and peaceful. Superior Shores Resort proudly rests on the rocky banks of the vast Lake Superior, which covers 82,100 square miles!
Say 'I Do' at our Scenic North Shore Resort The sun is sparkling and shining high in the sky, and we’re gearing up for our summertime events throughout the Northland. Between housing runners from Grandma’s Marathon, being home-base to countless families enjoying the North Shore, to hosting gorgeous weddings, our beautiful North Shore gem, Superior [...]
Explore the Depths of Lake Superior Have you ever wondered what life is like under the water of Lake Superior? If so, now is the time to get out and explore the sunken world, underneath the waves. While our grand lake is a common place for fun and water activities, scuba diving is rarely mentioned [...]
Finding the Best North Shore Resort for your Family As you drive along the North Shore of Minnesota, you’ll find lots of places to stops and sleep, but when finding the best north shore resort for your family, take a look at Superior Shores Resort and Conference Center. You’ll conclude that this family-friendly hotel is [...]
Springtime on the Lake at Your Favorite North Shore Resort While summer is slowly upon us here at Superior Shores Resort, it’s technically still springtime. As the weather starts warming up, it’s an excellent time to get out on the lake for some kayaking and canoeing. When you stay with us, you’re only steps away [...]
Keep Your Eyes on the Sky Springtime means bright flowers and calmer waves from Lake Superior, but it also means that birds make their migration north again. Birds of all different colors and sizes flock to the North Shore for their nesting season. More than 150 different species will fill the skyline and as the [...]