Bride and Groom driving boat on Hungry Jack Lake

 

Fall weddings in northern Minnesota are so very nice. These Hungry Jack Lodge wedding photos are full of love & laughter, and bathed in absolutely beautiful scenery. Jean & Sam are some of the coolest people I’ve had the honor to share the day with. Their love for each other, the scenery, the way they wore their hearts on their sleeves, and their awesome souls, made this a perfect Northwoods wedding day.

Sam is a true jack-of-all-trades designing and hand making some rock solid wedding decor, an awesome topographical nature & wildlife figure seating chart, hatchets, arrows, the wedding band, and even his own suit. Jean also contributed many touches and has the most awesomely genuine smile and energy. They honored their ancestors and the sacred lands with native touches and a sweet Anishinaabe marriage blessing. Along with their friends & families, Jean & Sam made the most of their Gunflint Trail wedding on HungryJack Lake, and I was truly honored to be a part of it.

The first section below showcases my personal favorite images from the day, followed by some great venue information, and then the full set of images for those who want to see more.

Highlights

 

Hungry Jack Lake landscape image

Close up of bride and grooms wedding attire

Bride and Groom hiking near Hungry Jack Lodge

Hungry Jack Lodge building and sign with antlers

Hungry Jack Lodge Lakeside Wedding Ceremony area

Wide angle view of wedding ceremony on Hungry Jack Lake

Bride and Groom dancing at their Hungry Jack Lodge wedding reception

 

Hungry Jack Lodge Information:

If you want a Northwoods wedding, Hungry Jake Lodge, 32 miles north of Grand Marais is such a perfect spot. Not only do they have epic views over Hungry Jack Lake but they have more facilities and accommodations than almost anywhere else along the Gunflint Trail. A big bonus is that the staff was super cool to my couple, and also really great to work with.

Hungry Jack Lodge Resort & Campground is found at the halfway point of the Gunflint Trail, right next to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA). It’s the only resort on Hungry Jack Lake and surrounded by the six million acre Superior National Forest. The resort lies just 2 miles south of the Canadian Border. It’s the perfect balance of convenience & amenities along with the peaceful calm of the Northwoods lakeside. You can actually access the BWCA right from Hungry Jack Lake. With only one small portage, it makes it a perfect place for fun day trips into the BWCA. I can’t recommend this place enough for not only your wedding but for a vacation visit as well. See below for a list of offerings and amenities.

What Hungry Jack Lodge Provides:

Large Historic Log Cabin
Lakeside Wedding Ceremonies
Lakeside Reception & Banquet Area
Indoor Banquet/Dining Area (up to 100 people)
Up-to-Date, Modern Kitchen
Full Liquor & Bar Services
Apps/Hors D’oeuvres/Deserts
Special Meals/Buffets
Optional Tent Spaces
Fireside Dining

Other Cool Amenities:

Cabins  w/ Private Docks
Cottages & Campground
RV Hook ups & Electricity (30 amp)
Excellent Hiking Trails
Scenic Airplane Rides
Snowmobile Rental
Super Fresh Air
Guide Services
Boat Launch
Boat Charters
Small Beach
Fishing Pier
Pontoons
Canoes
Sauna
Stars

Other Nearby Attractions:

Canada
Superior National Forest
Boundary Waters Canoe Area
Superior National Golf Course
Downtown Grand Marais
Train Center Lodge
Lutsen Mountians

For all the finer details hop over to Hungry Jack Lodge‘s site or use the contact information below:

372 Hungry Jack Road
Grand Marais, MN 55604
www.hungryjacklodge.com

info@hungryjacklodge.com
(218) 388-2265

 

*If you’d like to learn more about my photography, or to see more wedding images, hop on over to my Weddings page.

 

Full Set of Hungry Jack Lodge Wedding Photos

 

Enjoy this full collection of touching and inspiring Hungry Jack Lodge wedding photos below.

 

                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

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