Lobo's Cabins

Cabin One.

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Cabin Three

Lobo's Bar & Grill is where you check in for the cabins. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Free Wireless Internet, Cable TV, Off Sale Liquor,Coin Laundry and more is available at the Bar & Grill.

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Cabin Two

  • We are pleased to offer cabins located in a private wooded area adjacent to Itasca State Park. If you're an avid outdoors person or just looking for some peace and quietwe are proud to provide a clean, comfortable and convenient location to enjoy the beauty of Northern Minnesota.


  •  Check In Time: 3:00 p.m.


  • Check Out Time: 11:00 a.m.


  • Open year round for both sun and snow lovers.

 

  • The Cabins were constructed in 2008-2010 with knotty pine interiors, new appliances, log furniture and Serta queen size beds.


  • All cabins are smoke free.


  • We are a pet friendly property. There is a additional fee per night, per pet. Owners are responsible for pets behavior.


  • During the winter there are two groomed snowmobile trails that come into the property. One comes from Rock Creek General Store and the other joins into the Itasca State Park Trail System.


The Story of Lobo

Lobo was described as a ruthless fiendish killer wolf, who conservatively killed more then 200 deer in and around Itasca State Park. Algot Wicken of Itasca Township pursued Lobo for 12 years. Lobo was unusually large for a wolf, measuring six foot three inches from nose to tail and five inches between the ears. The Itasca area fit Lobo very well with its abundant deer population. Mr. Wicken first attempted to trap Lobo with snares. The powerful wolf was caught one time but pulled the snare free and carried the snare with him until his demise. Mr. Wicken after 12 years of pursuit finally was able to catch Lobo in a leg hold trap in an area just north of the park. After Lobo's demise, the wolf population around Itasca State Park like the rest of the state was dwindled down low enough to place the Timber Wolf on the Federal Endangered Species List. Today due to the efforts of State, Federal and agencies, the wolf population in Minnesota has increased dramatically. If you're lucky you may hear the call of the Timber Wolf in and around Itasca State Park.


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At Lake Itasca, adjacent to Itasca State Park.