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
... night with just my high beams to guide me. As we learned yesterday, animals are active at dawn and dusk - watch out for deer. And bears, apparently. Two black bears waltzed across the road right in front of me. Gave me a decent scare and had to stop to avoid hitting them. They scurried up a tree so I sat and watched them for a min before heading on. They were big suckers. About half the ...
... hours. I could have done it in 9 if it weren't for the stupid polar vortex and its accompanying blizzard. Shortly after I crossed into Wisconsin it started to snow, but just a little. It started to pick up, and I knew I was driving into a blizzard that dropped two feet of snow last night, so I got off the highway to fill up my tank and see exactly where the storm was heading. The credit card reader on the gas pump was iced over.... ...
... the $5 day pass to the park. At least it also was used for Lake Itasca park. Lake Lasalle State Recreation area campground was ok. A reclaimed forest which is trying to come back it is sleepy and also a bit depressing. On the good side it has full hookups and was quiet. After setting up camp we drive over to Lake Itasca to find the headwaters. We spent some time reading about the formation of the area, and the Mississippi ...
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... to connect to New Orleans in February. Coming from the east you go through St. Paul first. We stuck to the I-94 and drove under the overpasses and through a tunnel, seeing the skyline and bits and pieces of the two cities which are some 10 miles apart but there is really no obvious break between the two (no wonder they merged as one). The signs do indicate population for each: St. Paul being just under 300,000 and Minneapolis just under 400,000. We ...