Resort Amenities

 Complimentary for all guests:

  • Canoes, Kayaks
  • Youth sit-on-top kayaks
  • Paddle Boats
  • Hydro-paddlers
  • Stand up Paddle boards
  • Rave Water Trampoline
  • Rave Water Mat
  • Little Tykes water slide
  • Safe, sandy swimming beach
  • Beach Campfire Pit
  • Rainbow Play set
  • Concrete Boat Landing
  • Dockside electricity
  • Dockside tackle lockers for each cabin
  • Hiking trails
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Yard games
  • Pack n Play & Highchairs available upon request
  • Life Jackets

You’re sure to enjoy the wildlife in the area. An eagles nest is on Island 1 – in view of the resort – so you’re sure to view the eagles soaring and picking up fish. There are several pairs of loons that nest on the lake so you’ll get to listen to their calls and may even get a glimpse of a baby! As you walk through our woods, you’re sure to see many birds. There is a hummingbird feeder at each cabin so you can watch them all day long.  Chipmunks are plentiful and very friendly – bring treats, they like to be fed. Occasionally guests catch a glimpse of mink, fox, otters, and on a rare occasion, a wolf, bear or moose. Deer are a sure bet to see!  We have a doe that lives on the resort property so you might see her, along with her babies, walking through the resort in the early mornings.

 

Nearby Restaurants:

The nearest restaurant/bar is Scenic Pines Bar and Grill – less than 3 miles from the resort. Other nearby restaurants includes The Antler Lodge and The Balsam Cafe.  Just ask us what you’re in the mood for and we’ll direct you there!!!

Things to Do in the Grand Rapids area:

 


Things to Do in the Bigfork & Marcell area:

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Scenic State Park  – Excellent hiking trails!

There is a total of 14 miles of hiking trails to explore. The most popular trail is Chase Point which is an esker-like trail, and is covered in red pine and white cedar. More than 40 species of animals inhabit Scenic State Park including bald eagles, ospreys, loons, jays, pileated woodpeckers and variety of songbirds. Birders consider this one of the best places in the state to see the hard-to-find spruce grouse. Along the lakes, marshes and streams, you may come across frogs, toads or even snakes. Otters, beavers and an occasional moose share this 3,360-acre habitat.

 

Pizza Parlor

The BEST pizza around!!!!  Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Excellent food and great place to take the whole family!

 

 

 

Timber Rose Floral & Gifts

An amazing floral & gift shop that specializes in items made from local artists. From handmade jewelry, soaps, candles, paintings, fudge, seasonings, canned goods, wood carvings, stained glass, natural oils, etc. They also have Caribou Coffee!! VERY neat place!!!

 

 

Golf on the Edge

Golf on the Edge is a 9-hole, par 36 golf course and country club operating since 1990. Located an hour north of Grand Rapids, MN, Golf on the Edge offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. They also offer a driving range, chipping area, and putting green. The length of the course is 3,019 yards with a slope of 105 and rating of 33.7. Rental carts, pull-carts, and clubs are available. Reservations and walk-ins are welcome. A full bar, open year-round, serves lunch, dinner, and coffee with a take-out menu. The bar has a full-swing golf simulator, dart boards, and WiFi. There is outdoor seating and a parking lot with free parking available.

Timberwolf Inn Dining Room & Lounge

The Timberwolf Inn has established a reputation throughout the region for its excellence in food and service. Our specialties include everything from homemade soups and sandwiches to phenomenal seafood and steak entrees. We offer a salad bar nightly, which features homemade dressings, a variety of salads, breads and fresh cut vegetables. The nightly Chef specials alone are worth coming to try!  **Our favorite – the salad bar**

 

The Pine Cone Cafe

We serve breakfast and lunch any time of day during our open hours. We have a breakfast menu that includes waffles, eggs, lakeside scrambler, frosted cinnamon rolls and the filling breakfast pizza or Marcell loaded hash browns. Our lunch menu has sandwiches such as Chicken Paninis, Ruebens and a Prime Rib Hoagie. We have the best fried Taco salad in the northland! Our wraps are served warm or cold. We serve different selections of delicious soup every day. Our desserts include pies, cookies, and old fashioned hard ice cream in a variety of favors.

We have the best coffee around and a wide selection of hot teas and cappuccino. If you’re not hungry and just want a drink to sip, try our brewed ice tea’s, lemon aid, soda or flavored coffee’s.

Edge of the Wilderness Discovery Center

Is a visitor & environmental education center that is home to a variety of interpretive displays & exhibits about the Edge of the Wilderness National Scenic Byway and surrounding area. It includes area information, gift shop, environmental education room, outdoor amphitheater, interpretive trail fishing/wildlife-watching pier, and offers FREE naturalist programs throughout the summer.

 

Scenic Drive – Edge of the Wilderness National Scenic Byway

An AMAZING drive in the fall – a must do!!!!

 

 

 


Things to Do in the Hibbing area:  The town that moved!

Hibbing is known as; the town that moved, the richest village in the world, iron capitol of the world, birthplace of Greyhound Bus Lines, home of Bob Dylan, Vince Bugliosi, Jeno Paulucci, Roger Maris, Kevin McHale and MN Governor Rudy Perpich.  Click HERE for a printable or downloadable document containing Hibbing attractions & dining.

Hibbing Historical Society Museum

tells the story of Hibbing through photos and exhibits. See a model of the village as it appeared in 1893, a display of “Old Hibbing,” as the town was before mining interests forced the town to move. Lots of fun ‘old’ history of this mining town.

Relocation of Hibbing, 1919–1921

 

Hibbing High School

Built in the early 1920s for the exorbitant price of $4 million. The Hibbing High School is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its construction was bankrolled by mining companies to appease townspeople forced to move their homes from “North Hibbing” to make way for mining operations.

 

Minnesota Museum of Mining

Kids and adults alike can climb on historic mining equipment, including trucks, a steam shovel, restored locomotive and a drill. Tour a replica underground mine and explore exhibits dedicated to the early days of mining in Chisholm. Check out the elaborate electric railroad and realistic diorama. Great place for a family picnic!

 

Minnesota Discovery Center

Minnesota’s museum of the Iron Range explores the land, the people and the mines of the region through illuminating indoor and outdoor exhibits and events. Ride the vintage trolley to a mining ghost town, and play mini-golf on the mining-themed course. There’s something for all ages, year-round.

 

 

Iron Man Statue

Towering 81 feet over Chisholm, Iron Man is a 36-foot-tall statue of a miner atop a structure representing the “Emergence of Man Through Steel.” Based on an 1880s miner, Iron Man was dedicated in 1987 to the Mesabi, Vermilion, Cuyuna and Gogebic iron ranges. His looming presence makes for a great photo op! Iron Man is made of brass and copper. His support structure is corten steel.

 

Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View

Open daily through September. View one of the world’s largest open pit mines from the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View in Hibbing. Eight-point-one miles long and three miles wide, the mine view is a must-see on the Iron Range. You’ll glimpse two-story haul trucks, super-sized electric shovels and more as they operate in Hibbing Taconite’s mining operations. Kids will enjoy climbing on mining equipment in the park area, as well as shopping in gift store located in the visitors’ center. Friendly volunteers answer questions and point out what’s happening within the mine.

 

Dining in Hibbing:

Boomtown Brewery and Woodfire Grill

is an upscale casual restaurant serving up the area’s best food along with hand-crafted beers, an extensive wine list and amazing cocktails. We feature a Wood-fired grill with chef driven from scratch cuisine, including steaks, seafood, pastas, flatbreads and more

 

 

Valentini’s Supper Club

Serving up the Range’s Best Authentic Italian Cuisine Since 1934

 

 

 

Bach Yen Garden Restaurant

Your choice for superior services and delicious oriental cuisine in Hibbing, MN is Bach Yen Garden Restaurant. Sit back and enjoy a lovely meal with your family in our clean, comfortable environment. We’re open 6 days a week!

 

 

Rudi’s Pizza  –  Your place for pizza, pasta and subs!!!

Sunrise Bakery LLC

The oldest operating business in Hibbing.  Located at 2601 First Avenue East. We offer bakery, a full espresso bar and menu. All our products are made from scratch with high-quality ingredients. Our bakery includes a full-line of baked goods. We offer donuts, breads and baked goods. Our world famous items include our line of Italian breads and potica. We also carry a variety of breads and buns, cookies, biscotti, banana flips, coconut snowballs, cakes and many more. Our cafe includes a full espresso bar serving organic beans. We source our beans from Seven Roastery, which provides freshly roasted and organic coffee beans. We also serve beer and wine. Our kitchen menu includes a variety of made-from-scratch hot and cold sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches, soups, salads and a daily hot lunch.

Grandma’s in the Park 

Featuring two distinct dining areas with one fantastic menu offering appetizers, soups, sandwiches, burgers that are never frozen, pastas and our world famous steaks, Grandma’s in the Park has something for everyone’s taste. We also offer a full-service bar and a fantastic selection of wines from around the world.

 

 


Things to Do in the Calumet area:

Hill Annex Mine State Park

On the 1 1/2-hour open pit mine tour, visitors make a spectacular descent into mining’s past. Learn about the mine operation, the people who worked here, and where they came from. Discover marine fossils in northern Minnesota. Get a sense of the mine’s deep, rich history. Learn how this National Historic Site played an important role in state, national, and world history.