Join us as we travel to the beautiful Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center. The North Shore Stewardship Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior. The Cove is renowned for its 1.1 billion-year-old lava flows and its beautiful cobblestone beach. The Center offers a breadth of nature-oriented activities and learning opportunities for families and individuals.
The trail we will travel winds through woods and along rock ledge to Sugarloaf Beach. Follow along a marked interpretive route through a Red Pine Plantation that showcases the logging history and geological history of the North Shore.
Sign up ahead of time. Meet in the Guest Services building at Bluefin Bay Resort.
Distance: 1.5 miles
Stay Safe 2020 Update: We are recommending all participants drive separately, if it is an offsite activity. If requested, there will be space for a family group up to four in our vehicle to the offsite location. Reservations are not take prior. All participants are required to wear a mask if they choose to ride in a Bluefin vehicle. We will also encourage you to stay back if you have been experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 in the last 14 days. Masks are required indoors, at the trail head, and in areas where physical distancing is not possible. Masks will be given prior to the trip departing. Please participate in helping to protect staff, community members, and other participants.