Explore Minnesota Resorts by Region

Explore these seven regions to find your ideal Minnesota resort vacation.

Alexandria Lakes, Detroit Lakes, and Otter Tail County Resorts

map_alexThe corridor of Minnesota stretching from Alexandria to Detroit Lakes through Otter Tail County features thousands of lakes that have been providing quality vacations to city folk for generations. 

Border Lakes, Lake Vermilion and BWCA Resorts

map_vermilionMinnesota is fortunate to have miles upon miles of unspoiled wilderness and scenic lakes with great fishing. Some of the best outdoors experiences are to be had in the border lakes and Lake Vermilion area.

Brainerd Lakes

map_brainerdThough the Mississippi River cuts through BrainerdBrainerd , the region is known as Brainerd Lakes because the Superior Lobe of the Laboradorian ice sheet was good enough to carve out 460 fishin' destinations within twenty-five miles of town. And where there's good fishin', the resorts will surely follow.

Leech Lake and Walker Area Resorts

map_leechThe third largest lake in Minnesota with 195 miles of shoreline and over 112,000 acres, Leech LakeLeech Lake is known far and wide as a premier walleye and musky lake. 

North Shore and the Gunflint Trail Resorts

map_gunflintThis northeast corner of Minnesota is a true haven for outdoor lovers. The cold, clear beauty of Lake Superior with its craggy shores and gorgeous sunsets beckons one and all.

Northern Minnesota Resorts

map_northernJust looking through the place names—Bemidji, Chippewa National Forest, Itasca State Park, Lake Winnibigoshish, Lake of the Woods—is enough to send many reluctant city dwellers into a dreamy-eyed summertime reverie.

West Central and Southern Minnesota Resorts

map_westsouthernWhile most people associate the Northwoods of Minnesota with resort country, there are a surprising number of resorts flourishing in the southern half of the state.

 

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