Camp A&A is located outside of Grand Marais, Michigan. It is a great place to go any time of the year, but, by far, the winter is the best.
The cabin (consisting of what was is now the main room) was originally built by Cyrus Graham in 1933 or 1934. While hunting in 1942, Cyrus had a heart attack after shooting and gutting a deer near the cabin. He was found, dead, three days later by his son, Joe Graham. Joe sold the cabin to Art Rooks (one of the "A's" in the name) in 1945.
The details of this history come from Rex Grafk from Lucky Buck Camp.