Our White Iron Beach Resort cabins have fully equipped kitchens with light housekeeping available. Cabin 11 is a lovely two-story, 3-bedroom/1-bath vacation rental with great lake views and a nice grassed yard for all your favorite lawn games.
The kitchen was remodeled in 2015 and has a refrigerator, stove, toaster, microwave, coffee-maker, silverware, dishes, and cookware. The eat-in kitchen table seats four. Bed linens are included, but guests need to bring their own bath and dish towels. This northern Minnesota vacation home surrounded by the Superior National Forest offers an open concept downstairs living area with beautiful wood paneling. You’ll have a pristine lake to fish and explore plus access to the remote Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Our resort is also pet friendly so your pets can vacation with you. The A-frame chalet in Ely, MN is steps away from the resort’s playground which will be a hit for families with younger children. The resort also has its own sandy beach, lounge chairs, and giant fire-ring for group campfires at night. You will enjoy relaxing in the comfortable screened porch near the lake’s edge and watching the sunlight sparkle on the lake.
Sleeping arrangements: Bedroom 1 (main) - queen bed; Bedroom 2 (main) - full bed; Bedroom 3 (upper loft) - two twin beds, futon sofa in living room.
Reminder: guests will need to bring their own bath and dish towels.
Cabin 11 is a year-round rental with gas or electric heat to keep you comfortable in any season. Your rental includes the complimentary use of resort facilities and amenities, including a fish cleaning station, kayaks, canoes, basketball and volleyball courts, a playground, organized game nights, a clean sandy beach, a boat ramp, a sauna, and campfire pits.
White Iron Lake is part of a five-lake chain that extends into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness - a paddler’s paradise near the Canadian border with unforgettable landscapes, dense forests, islands, and abundant wildlife. We can even issue you a Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness permit and outfit you for an overnight camping trip for a night of truly roughing it.
If you want to keep it simple and comfortable, you can swim in crystal clear water with a sandy-bottom, fish, lounge on the beach, and explore this large chain of lakes by canoe or boat all from your doorstep of Cabin 11. Watch the live webcam feed of White Iron Beach at: https://www.whiteironbeach.com/webcam/
You have so much to do right at the resort - fish, swim, boat. Relax in the the sauna and check out our game room, playground, and volleyball and basketball courts. You can bring your own boat to launch at the resort boat ramp or rent one of ours. White Iron Lake is known for great walleye, crappie, bass, and northern pike fishing. Our resort has a fishing cleaning station to process your daily catches.
Take the short drive into Ely for unique shopping, dining, entertainment, and a variety of special events. There are numerous hiking and biking trails in the area - just ask about our favorite places. We know the area well and can recommend adventures of all types. At the end of the day, you’ll have a great time gathering on the beach for a community campfire and watching the stars at night. We take pride in creating memorable events for the entire family.
$217 - $316 night
$1516 - $1895 week
Peak season at White Iron Beach runs from mid-June to mid-August: $1895/wk
During the off-season (mid May - mid June and mid August thru October): $1516/wk
Weekly rentals run from Saturday to Saturday. Check-in is available starting at 3:00 pm with check-out scheduled for 9:00 am. A deposit of 30 percent of the rental fee or $300.00 (whichever is greater) is required to reserve the cabin. No smoking.
Nightly rentals are available upon request.
We had the BEST time. First visit to northern Minnesota for my grandkids and son in law, they loved it all. The last night of our visit we went to the beach and looked a sky full of stars. We loved that the kids could borrow games,shoot pool, and listen to music by the campfire. Cabin was great for our large family, the resort owners were very nice, and very helpful. We really enjoyed our stay. Dawn Hebl Manning
Just one week ago, we were relaxing at White Iron Beach Resort, and we definitely miss it already! The resort and the surrounding area are simply gorgeous. The cabin was very well kept, with plenty of space. Sandy and Kerry provided everything we needed for a fun and comfortable stay. This is a wonderful choice for families, large or small, and we felt right at home very quickly. Thank you WIBR! Emily Wheeler
WIBR is absolutely beautiful. We found it this year and have been back a couple of times and have another trip planned for August. We LOVE it here. The cabins are very nice and updated, the beach is the best one we have found, the kids love the playground, and Sandy and Kerry are wonderful people. We can’t wait to make more memories here. Kurston Dahl
Beautiful setting. Very well maintained resort. Charming, clean, comfortable cabins with great views. Hosts are always ready to help. All the amenities you could ask for. The Lodge adds a lot. Seems to attract nice people and friendly dogs. We have found our favorite place in Ely. We will be back as often as we can. Linda Lawrence
The pontoon boat rental was reasonably priced and we were able to catch some nice fish from it. The owners were available throughout our stay and were more than accommodating. I didn't walk the grounds much, but it seemed that most(if not all) the cabins were within 75 yards of the water. I would highly recommended WIBR to anyone looking for a great place to escape near Ely. Jeremy Grev
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White Iron Beach Resort in northern Minnesota is entering its 102nd year of outstanding personal service. As Ely, MN’s oldest wilderness resort (the original camp was founded in 1917), White Iron Beach Resort is a historic tourist destination with unique access to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and a storied past that includes fur trading, mining for iron ore and the native Ojibwe culture.
We (Kerry and Sandy Davis) bought the property 24 years ago, having enjoyed similar resorts during our own family vacations. Now, we are proud to be a part of the memories created in the beautiful setting at White Iron Beach Resort.