Bear Paw Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bear Paw Resort Park Rapids
Travel Blogs from Park Rapids
... across and ankle deep. As you can see from the pictures it's a big tourist attraction. We just left Bismarck, North Dakota where we spent the night. Tonight we will stop in Glasgow, Montana and tomorrow we will be in Shelby, Montana for 4 days. Till next time. ...
... One of the things we enjoyed was a tour of the Wm A. Irvin. It was an iron ore freighter that was built in 1938 and sailed the Great Lakes. This freighter had staterooms and a dining room to accommodate guests. We are now in Park Rapids with Mike and Anita to work on the details of the trip to Alaska. We just heard there are a lot of wild fires. But thanks to my friend Brenda that sent me a link to track the location of the fires, we should be OK. Till next time. ...
... would be the term I would use. On June 9th we arrived in Walker, Minnesota. It is lush and beautiful here. We spent the afternoon relaxing in the pool and planning out our next couple of weeks. We are headed to Itasca State Park today for some exploring. There are miles and miles of paved bike trails in this area, so I know we will be busy on the ...
Lake Itasca State Park is stunningly beautiful! Seriously. I'm so happy I made it through the blizzard and started my trip all the way up here.
The welcome center/cabin check in place at Lake Itasca closes at 3:30 PM in the winter. Even though I had a four digit code to get into my cabin and didn't need to check in, I decided it was best to get to my cabin before dark and ...
... Well, thanks. Bye
I did have more second thoughts but I only had to drive through the blizzard for another 60 miles. Needless to say, it was heavy snow and I went pretty slow, but I had a truck to follow and made it just fine. Once I crossed into Minnesota the roads were hit or miss. Some of the highways were plowed better than others, but all were passable. The back roads were an adventure. I don't think I have ever felt ...