July 10, 2019

While everyone else is doing boring things like basking in the sun and relaxing, your mind is on adventure! Your friends call you an adrenaline junkie because you’re most comfortable when the stakes (and your heart rate!) are high.

Mountain Biking

No mountains? No problem. Grab your bike and head to Movil Maze. It’s just a short drive from our resorts. You’ll find the perfect flow among the 178 acres of thick wooded, hilly, winding trails that are designated for mountain bikers of intermediate to advanced experience. Invite your friends or get in the zone with a thrilling solo shred session.

Need for Speed

Tubing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, the options are endless if you have a fast enough boat! Even if you don’t have all the equipment, some resorts lend out tubing or skiing equipment for the day. You won’t be able to wipe the smile from your water-streaked face after a day of high-speed action on the lake with your family and friends! Be sure to check with your resort to make sure the area allows speed boats (some shorelines have speed restrictions for conservation and safety purposes).

Adventure Awaits

If you’re more comfortable being part of the action instead of a mere spectator, you’ve come to the right place for an adventure. Between the woods and water, endless thrills are waiting for you. You are a force to be reckoned with, but don’t forget to take precautions with a helmet or life vest during your action-packed Minnesota Northwoods adventure.

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