We have 10 cabins open all year around, so you can experience the best each Season has to offer!
The woods are aglow with red and orange colors. Crowds have departed for quiet relaxing. Fall colors typically start mid-September and continue through mid-October, with warm days and cool evenings.
Fish are more active feeders and gather in schools. Walleyes near drop off, Bass in the weeds, Northern and Crappies in a bit deeper water.
Trails abound on our 100 acres and near-by. Enjoy the relaxing quiet, drink in the clean, crisp air and campfires under the stars.
Available on nearby public land like the Chippewa National Forest. Join us for the openers for deer, grouse and waterfowl.
Enjoy the solitude of the snowy woods, or head out on the great cross-country and snowmobiling trails. And there's great ice fishing as well.
Ski the resort roads or the lake, out to the island. Many local maintained trails near-by.
Enjoy our 100 acre wood, out on the lake, or on great area maintained trails
Cass County has over 450 miles of interconnected groomed trails.
Right outside our front door! Try off the point. See www.icefishingworld.com for advice and get those tip-ups ready!
A time of new beginnings where fish jump high and rates stay low. The sun warms the days and fireplaces still crackle in the evenings.
Great Fishing from the May opener through June. Northern and Walleye abound, with active Crappies and Bass as well.
Spring temps are ideal, with great paved and off-road trails. The Paul Bunyan trail is over 120 miles and Heartland Trail over 45 miles.
Golfing begins typically in mid-April, with a number of area courses to choose from.
Summertime and Lake Livin' is easy. Relax North of the Stress Zone and experience the joys of simple family fun.
The Beach and Waterslide are humming. Enjoy a pick-up Volleyball game, our half BB court and yard games.
Resort activities include options like Tie-Dye, building Birdhouses, yummy Campfire Donuts and more. And many more Resort and Area activities for all interests.
Great boating on the lake chain, into town for ice cream on the pontoon or take out a stand-up paddleboard or kayak.