AmericInn Lodge & Suites Park Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Park Rapids
... 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 ...
... Mississippi and continued on the I-94 through the suburb towns/cities till we found a rest area on the other side to stop at and determine the next route. The skies had brightened, thankfully, as we neared St. Paul and by the time we got to the other side of Minneapolis it was lovely and warm.
We had in our minds we would head to Fargo, North Dakota (this would be a new state for us this trip) but the stop at Fuller Lake Rest Area gave us the idea of ...
... we NEEDED to go to the cafe and try the "Moijakka", this is crazy! Well the third time in less than an hour that someone told us to go try the "Moijakka" we decided to go.
The next evening we drove back to Menahga to eat at the cafe BUT... it had been a cold rainy day & they were all out of "Moijakka"!! So disappointing but they gave us the recipe to make it ourselves & ...
... we walked to town we were even more amazed at all this little town had to offer it's 711 residents & their visitors! We spent 4 days resting & exploring the surrounding area.
This was absolutely one of our favorite stops & I'd like to come back here to this area and stay FOREVER!! ...
... headed north to Pine River where we stopped to take some pictures with more roadside attractions. Paul Bunyan’s boots used to be here, but they blew away in a 2010 tornado, so all that is left are his footprints, and a painted ox outside of the visitors center. Farther north was another stop in Hackensack to visit Paul Bunyan’s girlfriend ...