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. 

But the area also has the full complement of vacation activities, including golf, hunting, snowmobiling, and skiing.

Dating back to 1920, Hiawatha Beach Resort has introduced generations of vacationers to the great joys of a back-to-basics getaway with good lodging, good friends, and great fishing. Though Leech Lake may be the biggest and most well-known, it's not the only great lake in the area: far from it. Point of Pines Resort is on nearby Kabekona Lake, which is a more manageable sized lake for newcomers to the sport, boasts an excellent walleye fishery and water clarity up to fourteen feet.

In-We-Go Resort on Eighth Crow Wing Lake has enjoyed multiple generations of family ownership and an expansion over the years, thought the true rustic beauty of the place remains uncompromised.

Hyde-A-Way Bay Resort on Birch Lake is another example of a well-run resort with old-time hospitality, located on the shores of a clean, clear lake with excellent fishing: what more could you ask for?


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