February 6, 2019
The Minnesota Northwoods is filled with fun activities for the whole family! The options for outdoor recreation are seemingly endless, there are 10 parks and forests to explore, and an array of other entertainment options available.
Summer in the Northwoods is great for fishing, water activities, and biking! Each of our lakes offer a wide variety of fish to catch, and if you’re not having any luck on one, some of them are along a chain of lakes, so you don’t even need to take your boat out of the water to try another lake! Aside from fishing, your family can enjoy their time with many other water activities, such as tubing, water skiing, or just a relaxing swim. Between all the parks and forests in the Northwoods, there are miles and miles of trails to bike on and see all of the beautiful nature they have to offer.
Itasca State Park is the oldest and most popular state park in Minnesota. It is home to the Mississippi Headwaters, and it’s only about 45 minutes from your vacation spot in the Northwoods. The Chippewa National Forest is another treasure in the Northwoods. Within its borders, the Lost Forty is an area of land that was originally described at part of Coddington Lake, leaving it untouched by loggers.
There are many entertainment options in and around the Northwoods for the whole family to enjoy. There are a variety of dining options that your family is sure to love! Whether you’re looking for a formal or informal option, you are sure to find the perfect fit for your family. There are also opportunities to watch live theatre performances, attend cultural events, and other family fun like the Headwaters Science Center, Beltrami County Historical Society, and Paul Bunyan’s Animal Land.
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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…