AmericInn Lodge & Suites Park Rapids
Travel Blogs from Park Rapids
Weather report: Nice start with a temperature of 21C and by 2pm it was 34C !! Talk about extreme weather, I was swimming in my clothes! A short run (3 hrs) upto Itasca State Park where at Lake Itasca is the source of the Mississippi River. I first went to the source and walked over the Mississippi River. The kind people had been thoughtful enough …
... is known for its cheese. Speaking of which, we had stopped for a snack before Chetek yesterday and ended up with a taster pack of cheese curds/bites and pepperoni. The cheese was excellent, so tasty.
Thirty-five miles or so from Minneapolis we left our quiet country roads for the I-94 - traffic, a downpour and the approaching big cities - inwardly I grew anxious. The area is known as Minneapolis-St. Paul, or MSP as an acronym as we learned when ...
... 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 & ...
Wow!! We stopped at this beautiful Wayside park for lunch & ended up staying 4 days!! There were only 5 RV sites all with full hook ups including free WiFi!! There was only one other camper so we had several nice sites to choose from. We just couldn't believe how wonderful the park was ...
... was a very peaceful and scenic drive. After touring the park, we continued east and
stopped for lunch at the Cass Lake rest area which was gorgeous, spacious, it had a pet area, and it was right on the lake. We packed a lunch and ate at one of the picnic tables. We had some cherries, and leave it to me to get some on my shirt, so when I went into the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking