How many of these 18 spectacular Minnesota golf courses can you play this year?
The North Shore has so much to offer during springtime - probably the best, are its waterfalls. Spring is the prime time to head up the shore to visit the falls because everything is melting, which makes for vigorously fast crashing waters.
As the white of winter melts and gives way to the browns of early spring, many people look forward to the trails and opportunities provided in the Northland for ATV/OHV riding.
This weekend, visitors have a rare opportunity to golf at Superior National Golf Course and ski Lutsen Mountains in Lutsen, Minn. on the same day, Friday, May 4 - Sunday, May 6.
First annual Kites on the Harbor event: new Grand Marais Kite Festival set for May 5
The second annual Norpine Fat Bike Classic in Lutsen, Minn. Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018
Incomprehensible as it may be, fall has already wrapped up, and the only thing colder than the looming weather in Minnesota, is the back of my freezer. But that doesn't stop true "Lakers." No. You laugh in the face of mind-numbing bitter coldness, and break the ice on your car doors to go explore. You're still out there fishing, and frolicking around on the (frozen) hills, trails, and ponds… still seeking out your favorite resorts.
HEWING HOTEL IS UNIQUELY TIED TO THE RICH HISTORY OF MINNEAPOLIS AND REFLECTIVE OF THE MOST PROGRESSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN TOWN.
Grand Marais and Lutsen host Gunflint Mail Run Sled Dog Race, Norpine Fat Bike Classic and More Jan. 6 - 7
September and October are great months in the Midwest, especially if you like to hunt and fish. Oftentimes, the areas that are the best for hunting and fishing are distances apart. There is a very special area, however, right in MN that offers both world class hunting and fishing all on the same trip. This place… Lake of the Woods.
Incomprehensible as it may be, summer is already wrapping up, and the only thing more colorful than the language (in light of that fact) is the kaleidoscopic brilliance of fall. Capitalize on the changing seasons by packing all the play (and "yay") you can into a quick getaway in chic, rustic, or "je-ne-sais-quoi" style along the many diverse and beautiful backroads and avenues of "Lake Country."
"Otto," a giant road-side sculpture of an otter, is the first thing to greet you as you enter into the charming community of Fergus Falls from Interstate 94 (exit 54). Having had the privilege of being born and raised in this city, I can tell you first hand that Fergus Falls is a community that you "otter" visit!