EXPLORE THE GREAT UP NORTH

Northern Minnesota is a great place to get out and explore! Whether your looking for great fishing available on surrounding lakes or want to go hiking/ATV riding through the woods, the north land is filled with fun. Have the golfing bug? No problem 12 courses are close by. 

Want a special day out and about, great shopping, unique eats and up and coming coffee houses, breweries and wineries are available up north. Throughout the summer, events and festivals are happening all over the area. Come join us in exploring the great up north!

More Fishing
More Fishing

Beyond Big Sand Lake, there are miles and miles of lakes in the area to fish.

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Northern Soo Line Trail
Northern Soo Line Trail

Just north of Big Sand Lake is the Soo Line Trail. Bring your UTV or ATV.

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Golfing
Golfing

Anyone want to play golf? 12 courses are located within 45 minutes of the resort.

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Unique Eats and Treats
Unique Eats and Treats

Many great restaurants, cafes, and pubs are within a short drive of Cedar Point.

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Events and Festivals
Events and Festivals

Join us for a summer event like the Longville Turtle Races or the Bigfoot Festival!

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Coffee Houses, Breweries, & Wineries
Coffee Houses, Breweries, & Wineries

The lake country has up and coming breweries & wineries to explore!

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Casinos & Entertainment
Casinos & Entertainment

If you like to try your luck or see a show, check out one of the casinos in the area.

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Biking Trails
Biking Trails

In the area, you will find miles of bicycle and hiking trails through the woods. The Paul Bunyan Trail features 100 miles of paved trails.

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Antequing & Shopping
Antequing & Shopping

Like to shop? Walker, Bemidji, Grand Rapids, Remer, Cross Lake, and Brainerd offer endless hours of shopping pleasure!

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“Northern Minnesota is a wonderful place to vacation especially when it is in my backyard.”

“10,000 lakes, and 10,000 things to see and do”

“Living in the twin cities, nothing is better then going north to lake country”