August 28, 2019

Summer might be ending, but fun in the Minnesota Northwoods is far from it! Most of our resorts are open until mid-October, and they are perfect for any fall getaway!


From walleye to bluegill to northern pike, you’ll find a variety of species while fishing in the Minnesota Northwoods. It’s the main reason anglers have such great success. People who fish our lakes enjoy the reality of landing trophy fish. Our pristine lakes have not been discovered or over-fished by the general public.


Finding a great public land to hunt can often be a challenge. Luckily, the search is easier for Minnesota hunters than in other states. Minnesota boasts a variety of hunting areas, all abundant with wildlife. The Minnesota Northwoods and Chippewa National Forest provide plenty of opportunity to hunt. Load up the dogs, your blaze orange, and shotgun, and head out for a walk (or ATV ride) through the Minnesota Northwoods. You never know what you’ll scare up in the fall. The trails surrounding our resorts are a hunter’s paradise, and if you’re lucky, dinner will come to you.

Fall Colors

The Minnesota Northwoods is full of places to experience all of the beautiful fall colors fall has to offer.

  • Itasca State Park: The oldest and most popular state park in Minnesota
  • Lake Bemidji State Park: The perfect playground for any time of year
  • Chippewa National Forest: Located in the heart of northern Minnesota, it is a celebration of seasons, culture, and environment

Start planning your next Minnesota Northwoods getaway today!

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