Walleye Inn Motel

Address: Highway 11 West, Baudette, Minnesota, 56623, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Highway 11 West, Baudette.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Walleye Inn Motel Baudette

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Baudette

Across NW Ontario

A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Sep 18, 2014

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... set up we had. Right across from the washrooms and showers, and a laundry machine as well. We really had the place to ourselves. Beautiful spot, too,

After we packed up, we took a moment at Tim Horton's to go online to learn what the main attractions were in Kenora. Surprise -- the #1 attraction according to TripAdvisor's contributors was Rushing River ...

On the Road Again

A travel blog entry by klbrown on Sep 11, 2014

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... Narrows to the USA border crossing at International Falls. The route to Sault St Marie is shorter and gas is cheaper if we go between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan in the USA. Our first night we are staying in Duluth, MN in the Black Bear Casino parking lot (woohoo!). Had to taste some of the local beers but found them too hoppy for our tastes. Expenses: RV gas $100.00 Propane: $25.00 Free overnite in Black Bear casino parking lot near Duluth, MN (except for our gambling and great ...

ND to MN over not so Red River

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Aug 29, 2014

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Gas prices range from $3.29 to $3.39. Not too bad, eh? Grateful for cooler day, but still muggy. Chinese-laundry didn't dry overnight! The head of Mississippi River is located in a heavily treed Lake Itasca SP near Bemidji, MN. Not as dynamic ...

Voyageurs National Park

A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 05, 2014

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... off we went to Kettle Falls! The Kettle Falls area has been a meeting place for generations, starting with the native people who lived in the area and traveled and traded with each other all along these hundreds of miles of waterways.

Later came the voyageurs, the French Canadian fur trappers and traders for whom the park was named. Loggers, gold miners and finally tourists followed. We had lunch at ...

And they're off....well, some of them

A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Jul 22, 2014

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... all the assorted paraphernalia that goes with those sports, that needed to find a home in the car... We keep looking for wifi so we can people posted on our progress...even stooping so low as to go to McD's to see if there was access...no luck yet, but we will keep checking. We stopped by a tourist centre in Rugby, which is the Geographic centre of North America...and there was free wifi so finally was able to ...