Surrounded by Canada on three sides, the Northwest Angle is the most northerly point in the contiguous United States. Prothero’s Post, a 60-year old log cabin resort that is truly at the end of the road, embodies the peaceful solitude and quiet mystery of this out of the way location. The resort has been modernized over the years while still maintaining the essence of Lake of the Woods, the Northwest Angle, and its founding hosts Grace and Dale Prothero. Now in the hands of their granddaughter, Kellie Knight, her partner Tony and their children Iris & Julian, Prothero's Post remains true to its simple, family, and fishing roots.
We'd welcome the chance to host you and yours. With more cabins in the works, there's now a better chance than ever to break into the year-over-year reservation rotation that so many of the resort's guests enjoy.
We'd be honored to host you!
YEARS OF HOSPITALITY
of HAPPY GUESTS SO FAR
Generation Family Ownership
Well-kept 16 foot Lund boats with swivel seats, flat floors, and reliable 25 HP electric start Mercury motors
Prothero’s Trading Post store stocks gas, live bait, tackle and true fish stories, as well as the odd souvenir, drinks and sweet treats
Free WiFi Internet
Boat launch ramp, safe docking for private boats and power at docks
Passports are required for adults traveling to the Northwest Angle. Children under 16 with parents may use birth certificate. Call the U.S. Customs in Warroad, Minnesota at 218-386-2796 for more information.
“My wife and I always stay at Prothero’s Resort for three reasons. A. The log cabins are super nice and cozy and remind us of the log home we once owned. B. The Lake of the Woods, which can be seen from the cabin, is a beautiful lake. And, C. With such grateful and friendly hosts like Dale and Grace Prothero, it is hard to stay away.”
John R. Eggers, Bemidji Pioneer
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