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Northeastern Minnesota About Northeastern Minnesota
Welcome to our neck of the woods! Well known for its abundance of lakes and wilderness attractions Northeastern Minnesota offers activities for everyone! Whether it is spring, summer, fall, or winter you will definetely find our area to be unique, interesting, and one of a kind! Northeastern Minnesota is home to approximently 322,000 people and is basically broken into three main regions which are better known as the Iron Range, the Grand Rapids area, and the Arrowhead (Duluth/Northshore Area). The counties include Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, and St. Louis. In the warmer months popular activites include hunting, fishing, camping, golfing, boating, water skiing, and making use of the hundreds of miles of bike trails that are available. When the weather cools down, ice fishing, curling, snowboarding, hockey, and snowmobiling start to take precedence If you are looking to take a vacation, raise a family, or are in search of a beautiful peaceful place to retire... Look No Further, Its All Right Here!
Iron Range in Northern Minnesota
• The Iron Range in Northeastern Minnesota
The Iron Range aquired its name because it is famous for mining iron ore. There are currently 6 mining companies located on the Iron Range. Being just 3 hours North of the Twin Cities the area is becoming more popular and well known as a recreation destination. Located in St. Louis County the Iron Range has over 2000 miles of snowmobiling trails. In Gilbert there is a 1,200-acre Off-Road Vehicle Recreation Center for ATVs and motorcycles. Also, the United States Hockey Hall of Fame resides in Eveleth and right alongside the Hall of Fame you can find one of the nicest curling facilities in North America. The Range has many beautiful lakes and forests and not to mention alot of history. If you have not been here, be sure to take some time to check it out! A few interesting places you may find yourself visiting are Giants Ridge Golf & Ski Resort which is located near Biwabik, McCarthy's Beach State Park in Side Lake, and Ironworld Discovery Center which is located in Chisholm.
Grand Rapids, Minnesota
• Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Grand Rapids and its surrounding area is known as the 1000 Grand Lakes Area. In the Prentice Hall Publication of the 100 Best Small Towns in America Grand Rapids was selected 49th. It offers many modern conveniences but at the same time a nice touch of rustic splendor. The town is located in Itasca County which has a population of about 43,000 people. The area offers 1000+ lakes and around a 1000 miles of snowmobile and ski trails. Grand Rapids is where The Mississippi River begins its 2,500 mile journey down to the Gulf of Mexico. Being a town of only 8,000 people Grand Rapids offers plenty of variety and class. It is located an hour away from both Bemidji and Duluth.
Lake Vermilion
• Lake Vermilion, Minnesota
Declared as one of the most scenic lakes in the United States Lake Vermilion is a 40,000 acre bed of water with 365 islands that stretches approximetely 25 miles across the Arrowhead Region! It is located 30 miles north of Virginia and is well known for its walleye and muskie fishing. Smaller surrounding communities include Cook and Tower. Even though Lake vermilion is one of Minnesota's largest lakes is considered navigable under almost all conditions because of all of its bays and islands. With 23 resorts/lodges, a nice selection of restraunts, and endless breathtaking scenery, Lake Vermilion is a great place to be for summer fun. Fortune Bay Casino has also been a huge draw to the area, and caters to those who want to fish, swim, ski, golf by day, and have ongoing entertainment throughout the evening.
Boundary Waters
• Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA)
Over one million acres in size, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) resides between the borders of Minnesota and Ontario. It is located near Ely and is part of the Superior National Forest. The Boundary Waters is the most popular wilderness tourist destination in the United States. The Boundary Waters region is characterized by a vast network of waterways and bogs within a glacially-carved landscape of Precambrian bedrock covered in thin soils and boreal forests. It is well-known for camping, canoeing, fishing, as well as for those simply looking for natural scenery and relaxation.

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