Planning your wilderness adventure starts here. We’re your source for northern Minnesota tourism information and guidance. We’ve curated this extensive list of dining, local services and shopping opportunities to help our visitors craft the perfect Cook County getaway.
Local businesses are essential to Cook County. They contribute to our culture and delight our visitors with extensive knowledge and expertise to share. If you have any questions along the way, we, and our local business owners, will be more than happy to help.
Browse our local service listing below. You can narrow your search by the communities you plan to visit. Be sure to click the Visit Cook County compass to add ideas to your trip planner. You can find and review your trip planner anytime under Plan – Trip Planner.
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Nor’Wester Lodge Gift Shop
Lake Superior Trading Post
Joynes Dept. Store & Ben Franklin
Betsy Bowen Gallery & Artists Studios
Cabin Antiques was established in 2002, in lovely Grand Marais, MN. We started our business selling a wide range of antiques ...
Cabin Antiques was established in 2002, in lovely Grand Marais, MN. We started our business selling a wide range of antiques and we've grown into to one of the largest seller of cabin decor items, for decorating, as well as gently used women's clothing, and more.
Cabin Antiques - where customers become FRIENDS.
Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center
Beth’s Fudge & Gifts
Clearview General Store
Art by KFox Studio
Art of the Elements Gallery at Frykman Art Studio
Cook County Market
The Cook County Market celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer, offering handmade quality products by Cook County artists and artisans. Look ...
The Cook County Market celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer, offering handmade quality products by Cook County artists and artisans. Look for pottery, woodworking, jewelry, glass, fiber arts, semi-precious Lake Superior stones, handcrafted lotions and balms, weaving, and more. The market, which is held in the parking lot of The Hub (formerly the Senior Center) is held every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., from Memorial Day weekend through Moose Madness Weekend (also MEA weekend), weather permitting. All welcome.