Gull Lake in the Minnesota Northwoods

June 12, 2019

Gull Lake in the Minnesota Northwoods

Gull Lake is a natural spring-fed lake containing more than 2,300 acres. It has an average depth of 20 feet and 11.5 miles of shoreline. There is plenty of underwater structure, including rock reefs and sunken islands, plus lily pads and many weed beds for great fishing! It is one of northern Minnesota's finest bluegill lakes, but also has significant populations of northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, crappie and perch for your fish fry. Gull Lake is located approximately 16 miles northeast of Bemidji and boasts lakefront resorts.

Pike Point Resort and Lodge

Enjoy vacation time 'just like the good ole' days at Pike Point Resort and Lodge, just north of Bemidji! This family fishing resort offers clean cabins and boat, motor, and pontoon rentals. They sell bait and gas on site. Fun summer activities at the beach can include paddle boats, paddleboards,canoes, building sand castles, and plenty of sun. Each cabin has its own charcoal grill and firepit along with a screened in porch. You can make awesome summertime memories and meet new friends at their weekly potluck fish fry and Sunday ice cream social.

Eagle Ridge Resort

Eagle Ridge Resort is located 17 miles northeast of Bemidji on beautiful Gull Lake. They have seven clean, comfortable cabins that hug the shoreline. Enjoy the beauty of the Minnesota Northwoods while spending the day fishing or at the swimming beach at the center of the resort. There is a hiking trail on the backside of property where guests can watch the nesting Bald Eagles.

Start planning your summer getaway to the Minnesota Northwoods today!

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