Trappers Landing Lodge

Address: 1812 Merit Road NW, Walker, Minnesota, 56484, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 1812 Merit Road NW, Walker.
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          Travel Blogs from Walker

          Day 4: Pine River to Walker, MN ( distance 30 ish)

          A travel blog entry by tsamuelsbiking on Aug 18, 2015

          1 comment

          ... at the Lucky Moose here in Walker. The food was great and the bike is hopefully fixed for good. Tomorrow is supposed to be rainy, cold, and windy. Yeah! love the diversity of a good adventure. Marilyn is not happy...but she is going to be a trooper or maybe she will be calling a relative to pick her up. Stay tuned... and see if Marilyn makes it to Lake Bemidji State ...

          Day 3 Crow Wing State Park to Pine River, MN

          A travel blog entry by tsamuelsbiking on Aug 17, 2015

          The day started out with an 11 mile ride to get to breakfast. No, not because we forgot food but, to accommodate the need to get Marilyn's bike serviced. This meant that we need to bike to Brainerd, MN. While she and Bud went to get that done, I stayed at Holiday gas and charged phones and drank coffee. Team work is needed to keep the trip moving forward and flexibility is a must! Once Marilyn was up and running, we stopped ...

          Cabin fever

          A travel blog entry by foxnbancroft on Aug 16, 2015

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... to see our surroundings by daylight. Morning arrived and so did the views! The cabin was on a lake called Big Sand, surrounded by a nature reserve of trees and wildlife. I couldn't imagine a nicer view to wake up to. We headed to the local store to by what would be our staple meal for the next view days, broccoli, cheese, eggs and sausages. Despite having all the facilities you could ever need inside the cabin, we still chose to cook over the open fire pit for authenticity. ...

          Cass Lake...where Eagles Soar!

          A travel blog entry by lindaonthego on Jul 09, 2014

          13 photos

          ... able to get so close, and once again, were in awe of these magnificent birds.

          We found our fishing hole, and soon Mom and Dad joined us there. We had a great time filling our live well with perch and rock bass...16 in all. As usually happens, the kids tire out before we do, and started putting their poles away and asking to go back to the resort. Tom and I both had bait (minnows) on our lines, so we said they had to wait ...

          Day 64

          A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 19, 2014

          5 photos

          ... re-route to seek the headwaters of the Mighty Mississippi River. We headed west but also north and landed just outside Walker, Minnesota for the night in a lovely campground. Minnesota is the state of 10,000 lakes according to most license plates - though I did see some newer looking ones proclaiming "critical habitat." And lakes there are; Walker is situated on a bay of Leech Lake. We will continue on tomorrow to seek the headwaters of the Mississippi.

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