Northern Lights Resort And Outfitting

Address: 35387 Northern Lights Trl, Ray, Minnesota, 56669, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Ray

Still Here!!!

A travel blog entry by bevjaytravel on May 22, 2015

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Bev and I are still in Fort Frances and expect to be here until Monday May25 when the new hub for our front wheel is in and gets installed. So, we have been out biking and the weather has been in our favor!!! Here are a few photos while we have been toddling around!! We had ...

Voyageurs National Park

A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 05, 2014

5 comments, 17 photos

... eagles and loons and paddled close in to the shore at some points to see the beautiful forest landscape that comes right down almost to water's edge.

Almost all the trees and plants are new to us and it's fun getting to know them.

Today we were scheduled to go out on a boat trip led by the Park Service to Kettle Falls, the place where one lake empties into another. All these lakes flow into ...

South to Fort Frances

A travel blog entry by momadunc on Jun 07, 2014

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... AT&T dominated so lots of roaming charges) and couldn't locate an RV park on-line earlier in the day. I must say that Manitoba and Northern Ontario cell service sucks! It's virtually nonexistent! Fort Frances looks like it is really suffering since the closure of the pulp and paper mill last year.

We took a walk after dinner and spotted our first wild life of the trip - a friendly skunk!

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Norma's Home Town - Oh Yeah

A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Jun 28, 2013

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... to the Koski family cabin out in the wilderness to pump out the water from his boat (it had rained heavy during the night). The place was what I always visualized Canada to be. Nestled at the side of the lake buried deep in the woods, the Koski’s cabin was bigger than some houses in Fort Frances, and was extremely comfortable. Tom has invited me back and I look forward to the next visit to Canada when hopefully we can all stay up there visiting for ...

Minnesota- missing falls & Voyageurs N.P.

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jun 26, 2013

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... back down thru the center of the state. The great scenery continued. My only negative would be that it was fairly flat so you had no great sweeping vistas. One final fun fact. Minnesota's highest point ( Eagle Mt. 2300 ft.) is only 13 miles from its lowest point ( Lake Superior 601 ft.). A great state, well worth the visit, but bring or acquire a boat for maximum enjoyment. Ever ...