Hungry Jack Lodge & Campground and the Gunflint Trail offers a wide variety of activities, year round to support and entertain any vacationer.
The staff at Hungry Jack Lodge Resort & Campground is here to help, guide, and assist you in making your vacation whatever you want it to be.
What to do in the northwoods? Fishing, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, cross-country sking, snowshoeing, site-seeing, relaxing, and so much more.
Fishing in this virgin wooded area is the best in the state offering, smallmouth bass, trout, northern pike and excellent pan fishing year round. Bait, boats, canoes, pontoon boats and more are all available for purchase/rental
Check out photos of Hungry Jack and surrounding areas in the photo gallery.
Maps for area lakes and the BWCA are available in our business office, bait shop and the Logger’s Lounge. Download a map of Hungry Jack Lake.
BWCA Visitor Information
Permits are required for all visitors of the BWCA, whether for a day or overnight. If you want to canoe, hike or fish in the BWCA, Hungry Jack Lodge & Campground will provide you with a free “day use” permit.
For more information about about BWCA permits visit http://www.bwca.cc/tripplanning/reservations.htm.
State of Minnesota DNR Regulations
View and download the latest regulations relating to fishing, hunting, snowmobiles, etc. from the State of Minnesota DNR.