AmericInn Lodge & Suites Park Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... of place than driving CC on a state highway during a snow storm in Minnesota. I was getting tons of looks from the locals. As soon as I saw and crossed the Mississippi River for the first time that I got excited again and couldn't wait to make my destination. I was only three hours south of the headwaters but it was already looking like the Mighty Mississippi.
At three hours out I called the state park to make sure they ...
... area nearby (15 miles) or a private RV park. Given the choice between public and private campgrounds, we usually choose public but we did some research anyway on other possible sites. Most private camps were charging $45, one charged $25 and the Lake Lasalle was $34 with full hookups. A bit pricey for public campground but it was near Lake Itasca so we drove there and found the one remaining site. Turns out the $34 did ...
Day 64 (June 19) -- 7:14 am in Chetek, Wisconsin and the rain is just pelting down and the thunder sounds right overhead. We awoke to a very light rolling thunder and a few raindrops but the rising tone of the thunder and less time in between rolls warned us the storm was fast approaching ... subtle sheets of lightning and it's quite the storm we have over us right now. The ground already looks wet. Do love the sound of the rain on Harvey, though.
... people who told us, we must have lunch at the Cottage House Cafe & try their "Moijakka"!! We had no clue what that was and we hardly ever go out to eat, so we just smiled & nodded. We also found a Natural Food Store that had recently opened & was amazed to find our essential Whole Food purchases in a town of only 1306 residents! While paying for our purchases, the owner ...