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Location:

Beaver Bay Minnesota Welcome Sign

Located between Split Rock Lighthouse and Silver Bay, Beaver Bay is the oldest continuous settlement on the North Shore of Lake Superior.


Take a few minutes to rest and steep yourself in the history of the North Shore. Park your car at the Beaver Bay Town Hall (it's the white building between the Beaver Bay Motel and the Fire Hall). Informational literature is available inside. Across Highway 61 you will see the Beaver Bay cemetery.

Many of the graves contain the remains of early pioneer settlers. Just a couple of blocks up the hill behind the Holiday station is the Chippewa Indian cemetery which contains the gravesite of John Beargrease. On both sides of the highway are quaint shops, restaurants and a bakery for you to browse in. Stay as long as you like, there is a picnic area near the bridge at the Beaver River. After you have refreshed yourself, return to your car and move on to enjoy the rest of Lake Superior's beautiful North Shore!

Along International Highway between Beaver Bay and Two Harbors, 1917.
Along International Highway between Beaver Bay and Two Harbors, 1917. 
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Population: 
 Beaver Bay (city) 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2000-2010 Change
Actual Percent
Population 362 283 147 175 181 +6 +3.43
Land Area (sq. mile) 0.60 0.45 0.48 0.49 -- -- --
Density (persons per sq. mile) 603.33 628.89 306.25 360.46 -- -- --
Housing Units 143 138 115 139 187 +38 +27.34
Households -- 101 70 93 84 -7 -7.53
Persons Per Household -- 2.80 2.10 1.88 2.15 +0.27 --

Geography:

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.0 square miles (2.7 kmē), of which, 0.5 square miles (1.3 kmē) of it is land and 0.5 square miles (1.4 kmē) of it (52.43%) is water. Minnesota Highway 61 serves as a main arterial route in the city.

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Demographics:
As of the census of 2000, there were 175 people, 93 households, and 50 families residing in the city. The population density was 360.5 people per square mile (137.9/kmē). There were 139 housing units at an average density of 286.3/sq mi (109.5/kmē). The racial makeup of the city was 92.57% White, 2.86% African American, 2.29% Native American, 0.57% Asian, and 1.71% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.57% of the population. 38.3% were of Norwegian, 11.7% German, 9.2% American, 9.2% Swedish, 5.8% Finnish, 5.0% English and 5.0% Irish ancestry according to Census 2000.

There were 93 households out of which 14.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 40.9% were married couples living together, 8.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 46.2% were non-families. 40.9% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 1.88 and the average family size was 2.48.

In the city the population was spread out with 15.4% under the age of 18, 10.9% from 18 to 24, 23.4% from 25 to 44, 28.6% from 45 to 64, and 21.7% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 46 years. For every 100 females there were 121.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 120.9 males.

The median income for a household in the city was $30,000, and the median income for a family was $47,500. Males had a median income of $30,893 versus $17,500 for females. The per capita income for the city was $18,415. About 15.9% of families and 21.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 44.0% of those under the age of eighteen and 7.4% of those sixty five or over.

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BEAVER BAY Township, the first organized in this county, before 1885, received its name from Beaver Bay village, platted by Thomas Clark, on the west side of the small bay bearing this name, where the Beaver River flows into Lake Superior. The Ojibwe name of this bay is noted by Gilfillan and Chrysostom Verwyst alike, "Ga-gijikensikag, the place of little cedars." The city in section 12 was platted on June 24, 1856, the day that 25 immigrants arrived to settle, and became the first permanent settlement in the county; its post office began in 1856, the year the Wieland brothers started their sawmill operation. The county government was organized in 1866, naming this community the county seat until it was moved to Two Harbors in 1886. Fishing developed in the 1890s, the last load of logs was shipped out in 1910, and mining development became the main industry. The city was incorporated August 13, 1953. The township split in 1981, creating Stony River Township, which see.

The coast of Lake Superior in this county has the following islands, points, bays, and tributary streams bearing names, in their order from southwest to northeast: Knife Island and Granite Point, near the mouth of Knife River; Agate and Burlington Bays, before mentioned, at Two Harbors; Burlington Point, at the east side of the latter bay, which received its name from a townsite platted on its shore in 1856; Flood Bay, named for a man who took a land claim there in the same year; Stewart River, where likewise in 1856 John Stewart and others took claims; Silver Creek, which gave its name to a township; Encampment River and an island of this name, about a mile and a half farther east, named in Joseph G. Norwood's geological report, as assistant with David D. Owen, published in 1852; Gooseberry River, a name given on the map of Maj. Stephen H. Long's expedition in 1823, noted by Gilfillan as a translation of the Ojibwe name (and identified by others as an anglicization of Groseilliers, for the explorer MTdard Chouart, sieur des Groseilliers, whose name appears a river on a 1760 French map of the area); Split Rock River and Point, named from the rock gorge of the stream near its mouth (a name that appears on a lake survey map as early as 1825); Two Harbor Bay (not to be confounded with the bays at the city of Two Harbors); Beaver River and Bay, whence the village and township of Beaver Bay are named; the Great Palisades, turretlike rock cliffs, rising vertically 200 to 300 feet at the lakeshore; Baptism River, named Baptist River on Long's map; Cathedral Bay, bordered by rock towers and pinnacles; Crystal Bay, source of the name of a township; an unnamed bay and point at Little Marais; Manitou River, retaining its Ojibwe name, which means a spirit; and Pork Bay, in notable contrast with the grandeur and awe of some of the preceding names.

Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

General view, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1915
General view, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1915.   Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

 
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Government:
City of Beaver Bay
711 MacDonald Avenue
PO Box 446
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3251
Web: www.beaverbaymn.com

Beaver Bay City Hall, Beaver Bay Minnesota

Title Term Ends Name and Address Phone
Mayor 12/31/2018 Linda Malzac
1202 Ruth Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
(218) 226-4213
Clerk/Administrator appointed Tim G Anderson
711 MacDonald Avenue
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
(218) 226-3251
Council Member 12/31/2018 Ruth Maki 
1507 Pennsylvania Avenue
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
(218) 226-0050
Council Member 12/31/2018 Barbara Sterett
PO Box 261
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
(218) 226-4351
Council Member 12/31/2020 James Korpi
PO Box 501
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
n/a
Council Member 12/31/2020 Jenni Viken
10 Rose Lane
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
(218) 830-2525

Post Office:
US Post Office
1014 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601-4400
Phone: (218) 226-4129
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Web: www.usps.com
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Regular Business Hours:
Week Days      
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
                       
12:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Saturday         
 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Latest Collection at Post Office:
Week Days            4:15 pm
Saturday                6:15 pm


Utilities:
Utility Type Utility Name Utility Phone
Electricity n/a --
Natural Gas n/a --
Wastewater Beaver Bay Municipal (218) 226-3251
Water Beaver Bay Municipal (218) 226-3251
Telephone CenturyLink Communications (800) 244-1111
Cable TV Triax Cablevision (218) 834-2233

Major Employers:
Employer Products/Services Employees
Cove Point Traveler Accommodation 20
Holiday Station Store Gasoline Stations 12
Northern Lights Cafe Full-Service Restaurants 10
Beaver Bay Liquor Store Beer, Wine, & Liquor Stores 7
Beaver Bay Mobil Mart & Deli Gasoline Stations 6
Beaver Bay Sports Inc Sporting Goods, Hobby, & Musical Instrument Stores 4
Computerized Creation Printing & Related Support Activities 4
Beaver Bay Agate Office Supplies, Stationery, & Gift Stores 3


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Attractions:
Beaver Falls

Just upstream from the mouth of the Beaver River, where it flows into Lake Superior, is Beaver Falls, shown here in a view from the Highway 61 bridge.


Recreation:
Gitchi-Gami State Trail

When completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail (GGST) will be an 88-mile non-motorized, paved recreational trail between Two Harbors and Grand Marais, Minnesota, along Lake Superior's beautiful and historic North Shore. Several segments of the trail, totaling over 25 miles, are complete. Another four miles are scheduled for completion this summer. Keep up with trail progress on this website. With the construction of the Gitchi-Gami State Trail, as well as wide shoulders on portions of Highway 61 and paved state and county roads, the North Shore of Lake Superior is becoming a premier bicycling destination. The trail is also popular with walkers, joggers and skaters. There is no fee or trail pass required to use the trail, although parking in the state parks does require a daily or annual pass.

Gitchi-Gami State Trail near Beaver Bay Minnesota
Gooseberry State Park

Gooseberry Falls is the gateway to the North Shore. It is known for its spectacular waterfalls, river gorge, Lake Superior shoreline, Civilian Conservation Corps log and stone structures, and north woods wildlife. Listen to the thunderous roar of the Upper, Middle and Lower Falls of the Gooseberry River as it plummets through a rocky gorge. Watch for waves, ships, or the moon rise on Lake Superior from an ancient lava flow known as the Picnic Flow. Hike or ski to see the Fifth Falls through a forest of evergreens, aspen, and birch, and enjoy camping in modern campsites, picnicking, and relaxing along the Lake Superior shoreline or the Gooseberry River. To get the most out of your visit, stop by the Joseph N. Alexander Visitor Center where you can find park information, interpretive displays, a park video, Nature Store, and more. Don't miss the Gateway Plaza for outdoor interpretive signs on area resources and history.

Gooseberry Falls, Gooseberry State Park
North Shore State Trail

The North Shore State Trail is a 146 mile natural surface trail from Duluth to Grand Marais. Primarily used by snowmobiles, it traverses St. Louis, Lake and Cook counties in northeastern Minnesota. The trail winds its way through the forests behind the outer bluffs that overlook Lake Superior, and provides access to some of the most rugged and beautiful scenery in Minnesota. The trail also connects the Grants-In-Aid (GIA) trails at Silver Bay, Beaver Bay, Finland, Tofte and Lutsen, as well as numerous local trails, created and maintained by local snowmobile clubs. The portion of the trail suggested for summer use is from the town of Finland to Grand Marais (70 miles).

 
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park

This park is situated on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Perhaps best known for its historic lighthouse, this park offers numerous recreational opportunities. Visitors can cart-in their supplies to pristine campsites along Lake Superior. Scenic trails along the lake link up to the spectacular Superior Hiking Trail. Anglers cast their lines for lake trout, salmon, and brown trout. The rocky beach is perfect for skipping stones into Lake Superior.

Split Rock Lighthouse State Park
Superior Hiking Trail

The Superior Hiking Trail is a 277-mile footpath that largely follows the rocky ridgeline above Lake Superior on Minnesota's North Shore from Duluth to the Canadian border. There are trailhead parking lots every 5-10 miles making it ideal for both day hikes and backpack camping. There are 82 backcountry campsites with no fees, reservations or permits required to hike or camp on the trail. Dogs are allowed on leash only. The Superior Hiking Trail Association builds, maintains, and manages the trail with the help of hundreds of volunteers. Please help by joining, donating or volunteering. Thanks!

Scene on the Superior Hiking Trail
Superior National Forest

Established in 1909, the Superior is known for its boreal forest ecosystem, numerous clean lakes, and a colorful cultural history. The one million-acre Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness lies within the boundaries of the Forest. Management by the USDA-Forest Service, under principles of ecosystem management and multiple use, the Forest provides for a diverse community of plants and animals as well as products for human needs. The concept of "all lands" management maintains strong partnerships and collaboration across the landscape. Popular recreational activities include fishing, hunting, camping, canoeing, swimming, hiking, snowmobiling, and skiing.

Vermilion Falls in Superior National Forest
Tettegouche State Park

Come to Tettegouche for a great sense of the North Shore: the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point; rocky, steep cliffs and inland bluffs; the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River; and the historic Tettegouche Camp where visitors can stay the night. This is a hiker's paradise with miles of trails that overlook the Sawtooth Mountains and wind down to inland lakes accessible only by foot. The Palisade Valley Unit features broad scenic vistas coupled with an expanse of multi-use, four-season trails. Two more trout lakes complement the fishing opportunities within the rest of the park. The park is also known for rock climbing opportunities and quality birdwatching in the spring, summer, and especially the fall.

Tettegouche State Park


Lakes:
Lake Name Size
(acres)
Lake info Lake Map Rec Map Topo Map
Bean Lake 30
Bear Lake 18
Lax Lake 296
Tetagouche Lake 66

Beaver Bay Point, 1920
Beaver Bay Point, 1920.   Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society


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Beaver Bay School, 1938
Beaver Bay School, 1938.    Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society


Churches:
Assembly of God Church
500 Eleanor Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3014
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Camp 61
1017 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4351
Web:
www.campsixtyone.com

We are happy to announce that the Inn at Beaver Bay is under new ownership, with a new name-- CAMP 61, and a new web site- CampSixtyOne.com. Right now, we are busy re-facing the interior and exterior of the main building. We are also redoing the old bar and restaurant areas, and expect to have them open for service by this Spring. We do have some Bunkhouse rooms available during the renovation, so please feel free to leave us a message at 218-226-4351. Or email us at camp61inc@gmail.com  We look forward to showing you around, thank you.


Resorts:
Cove Point Lodge
4614 Highway 61
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3221
Web: www.covepointlodge.com

50 miles northeast of Duluth on scenic 61, Cove Point sits in the middle of the North Shores most sought after natural attractions - the Superior National Forest, Gooseberry Falls, Split Rock Lighthouse and Tettegouche state parks. You're here to take in the lake so we made sure every guest area has a great view of the Lake - all guest rooms, the dining & lounge areas, the great hall (w/the shores largest fireplace - above) and the pool, sauna, hot tub area.

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Entering Beaver Bay Minnesota on Highway 61, 2007
Entering Beaver Bay on Highway 61, 2007
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Businesses:
Bay Area Information Center
1001 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3317
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Beaver Bay Agate Shop
1003 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4847
Web: www.beaverbayagate.com
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Agate Shop, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1950
Agate Shop, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1950.    Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society
Beaver Bay Electric
1026 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4804
 
Beaver Bay Club
204 E Club Road
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4545
 
Beaver Bay Fire Department
1023 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3161
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Beaver Bay Liquor Store
1002 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-9963
 
Beaver Bay Mobil Mart
1022 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3550
North Shore Oil Company Convenience Store, Beaver Bay Minnesota
Beaver Bay Sports Shop
4878 Highway 61 E 
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4666
Web: www.beaverbaysports.com

Welcome to Beaver Bay Sports, where the variety of powersports products is second to none. In all of Beaver Bay there isn't a friendlier or more knowledgeable staff than ours. We're happy to help you find either the perfect recreational vehicle or the parts you've been looking for. Check out our inventory to see what we have; and if you need help in making your selection, call or stop in we're always ready to help! We are family owned and operated and conveniently located in Beaver Bay, MN. Beaver Bay Sports can provide you with the latest and best in powersports products to make your outdoor living more enjoyable. From the most recent in ATV technology to the hottest new snowmobiles, we can help you find the recreational vehicle made for you. Combine this wide array of selections with our friendly and knowledgeable staff, and we're convinced Beaver Bay Sports will become your only stop for all of your powersports needs.

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Beaver Bay Township Office
711 MacDonald Avenue
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3669
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Big Dipper Sweets & Ice Cream
1009 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: n/a

Open from mid-May to mid-October, features Bridgeman's ice cream, Abdallah chocolates, espresso, latte, cappuccino, smoothies, malts, and sundaes. Also offers a large selection of framed wildlife prints.

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Blue Anchor Cafe Bakery & Deli
1012 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone:
(218) 226-3101
Blue Anchor Cafe Bakery & Deli, Beaver Bay Minnesota
A Bit of Norway Restaurant, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1950
A Bit of Norway Restaurant, Beaver Bay Minnesota, 1950.    Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society
Camp 61
1017 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4351
Web:
www.campsixtyone.com

We are happy to announce that the Inn at Beaver Bay is under new ownership, with a new name-- CAMP 61, and a new web site- CampSixtyOne.com. Right now, we are busy re-facing the interior and exterior of the main building. We are also redoing the old bar and restaurant areas, and expect to have them open for service by this Spring. We do have some Bunkhouse rooms available during the renovation, so please feel free to leave us a message at 218-226-4351. Or email us at camp61inc@gmail.com  We look forward to showing you around, thank you.

Cedar Chest
1009 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3517
Web:
www.cedarchestgifts.com

Quality Minnesota gifts. Largest selection of sweats and t-shirts on the north shore, books moccasins. Located in the Beaver Bay mini-mall. Located 60 miles north of Duluth in the oldest settlement on Lake Superior's North Shore is a shop full of unique Minnesota gifts, souvenirs, books, clothing and collectibles. Stop in for a fun shopping experience and take home a piece of the North Shore

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Christmas Up North
1009 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3517
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Cove Point Lodge
4614 Highway 61
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3221
Web: www.covepointlodge.com

Nestled next to Lake Superior on the North Shore and overlooking a unique natural cove with a spectacular ledge rock point, you find the tranquil and picturesque setting of Cove Point Lodge. This is a private place, surrounded by 150 acres of woods, rocks, and sweeping views of grand Lake Superior - A truly romantic getaway.

Green Door
1002 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3437
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Holiday Stationstore
1015 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3227
Holiday Stationstore, Beaver Bay Minnesota
Lemon Wolf Cafe
Highway 61
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-7225
Web: www.lemonwolfbears.com

Handcrafted meals - a unique dining experience. Cozy, candlelit dinners with an intriguing Northwoods ambiance. Absolutely the best fresh Lake Superior fish. Locally roasted Alakef Espresso, Cappuccino and Lattes. Local ales - over 25 selections. Home of the Lemon Wolf Bears!

Lemon Wolf Cafe, Beaver Bay Minnesota
North Shore Christian Academy
1005 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-6441
 
Northern Lights Cafe
1040 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3012

A nice locally operated restaurant that lays claim to the best fish sandwich ever.. If you are here, make sure to try the Canadian Walleye Sandwich. It's a very large walleye filet served on a wild rice speckled french roll. The Northwoods Sampler also allows visitors to try a number of local delicacies. If you are aiming for something a little off the beaten path, there is an extensive number of Scandinavian items and locally procured fish, vegetables and rice. Enjoyethe well kept gardens just outside of the screened in dining area overlooking Lake Superior.

Northern Lights Restaurant, Beaver Bay Minnesota
Northland Trails Guest House
PO Box 521
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4199
Web:
www.northlandtrails.com

The perfect headquarters for your visit to the North Shore of Lake Superior. Welcome hikers, bikers, snowmobilers, skiers, or couples looking for a romantic get-away.

Northland Trails Guest House, Beaver Bay Minnesota

Quilt Corner
PO Box 304
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-6406
Web: www.quiltcorner.com

Quilt Corner is located on beautiful Lake Superior's North Shore in Beaver Bay, Minnesota. Our specialty is wildlife, nature and outdoor fabrics. Established in 1990, we now have over 3000 bolts of quality cotton fabrics. Many of the fabrics reflect the surrounding area of lakes and trees.


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Second Hand Rose
4898 Highway 61
PO Box 489
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4844
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Shipwrecked Gift Shop
1014 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-3832
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Superior Taxidermy
1008 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone:
(218) 226-3454
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US Post Office
1014 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601-4400
Phone: (218) 226-4129
Toll Free:
(800) ASK-USPS
Web: www.usps.com
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1014 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601-4400
Phone: (218) 226-4129
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Wits End Corner Country Store & Bakery
711 MacDonald Avenue
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-4074
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Wolf Tracks Gift Shop
1016 Main Street
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Phone: (218) 226-9653
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