October 16, 2019
Looking for the perfect romantic escape? The Minnesota Northwoods is the perfect place for a getaway from daily life with your significant other. If you like the great outdoors, your options for adventure are endless! Break away from your normal routine and get in touch with nature while spending some quality time with your favorite person.
Lodging to Match Your Love
Choose from cabin styles that range from casual studios to spacious suites. You can find exactly what you’re looking for in the Minnesota Northwoods. Whether that’s just enough amenities to keep you comfortable, or opt for a more extravagant features like jacuzzis, fireplaces, and balconies. You’ll find the perfect escape to match your unique needs, personality, and style!
Romantic Minnesota Escape
Love is anything but typical, and your romantic getaway in the Minnesota Northwoods will be just the same. Minnesota boasts 90,000 miles of shoreline, which is more than California, Florida, and Hawaii combined! Many of our resorts offer boat and pontoon rentals, making it easier for you to spend the day together on the lake. Relax and listen to the loons call as you explore the serenity of our secluded lakes lined with miles of untouched shoreline and endless beauty.
Peaceful Nights Up North
Rekindle your romance around the fire as you relax and soak in the presence of your loved one. Watch the moon rise over the water and stargaze as the smoldering embers of your fire (and hearts!) glow.
Start planning your romantic getaway to the Minnesota Northwoods today!
November 20, 2019
The Minnesota Northwoods offers a variety of dining that will suit your needs. Bemidji, Blackduck, and Cass Lake each have unique dining experiences perfect for the whole family. Minnesota Nice Cafe – Bemidji Quality ingredients and traditional methods are used to produce exceptional home cooked meals, just like Grandma used to make! Their menu includes…
November 13, 2019
Big Bog State Recreation Area has two parts: a northern unit and a southern unit. The peat bog is the largest peat bog in the lower 48 states, covering 500 square-miles, and is located in the northern unit. A mile-long boardwalk in the northern unit allows visitors to enjoy the unique plants and animals, including Yellow-eyed…