4.5 based on 102 reviews
Located in the Chippewa National Forest, this is one of Minnesota's biggest lakes.
We get it all here!! Great fishing, water sports, resorts with tons of family fun, a huge lake with tons of things to see, a great small town (Walker) to visit which has a phenomenal farmers market on Thursday's.
5 based on 25 reviews
Came back to my childhood fishing experience at Leech Lake. Guide Phill was fabulous. Made my mom- MN family enjoy fishing and walleye like I did when I grew up. My husband and son had a great time and were successful in catching walleye with guide Phil!
5 based on 18 reviews
Whether your looking for a week, weekend or just a couple hours on the water the staff and guides of LOA are here to help. Leisure Outdoor Adventures has the experience, expertise, knowledge and equipment to make your adventure on the water with them a trip of a lifetime. Our guides have been hand selected based on their knowledge and love of fishing. Lets go fishing TODAY!
Thank You to you and your team for an extremely well organized and professional trip. I’ve been fishing on Leech Lake since I was very little, but felt I learned more in two days last week than I learned in the past 10 years. Your...MoreMatt thank you so much for using our services. You and your group were great and we are looking forward to spending more time with you and the group in the future! See you on the water.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Brewery and taproom located in Chippewa National Forest, MN. Focused on native wild yeast cultivation and brewing, Portage specializes in hybrid ale styles that are complex, crushable, and disruptive to standard styles. Boat, bike, or drive over for a pint. Established in April of 2017.
The building is beautiful inside and has a nice outdoor patio as well. There appears to be nice meeting rooms, and I will say the staff was very fun and the beers tasty and unique. Well worth a stop by!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Shingobee Rec Area is absolutely beautiful, and for the best sledding in the entire area, check out Shingobee Hill, between Walker and Park Rapids on Highway 34. It rivals ski hills for vertical drop, so get your nerve up before pushing off the top of the slope! For chickens, there is a longer, more gradual sledding slope off to the side. A rustic lodge below the hill can be rented for $50 if you'd like to host a bonfire and hot chocolate party after sledding! In the summer and fall, it's a beautiful hiking destination.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Reed's Family Outdoor Outfitters is one of the oldest, most renown outdoor outfitters in the nation. Family owned, customer driven for 50 years. We offer complete hunting, fishing and apparel departments. Reeds is tucked away in the quaint Northwoods community of Walker, Minnesota, on the shores of one of America's top walleye lakes, Beautiful Leech Lake.
If you can think of it for sports you can likely find it here! Crazy days is awesome however inside store deals lack lusture. Personnel is real helpful. Defintlitely a must stop in your travels
5 based on 5 reviews
Christmas Point Wild Rice Co. is a family owned and operated shopping destination in Walker Minnesota, offering and eclectic array of gifts, decor, clothing, unique foods, and of course our famous wild rice. We have been providing great customer experiences and service for over 30 years.
This is great when shopping for Christmas gifts. I've purchased many gifts here, you can always find something for everyone, young, old, man, woman. It's expensive, but they do sell quality gifts.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
After hiking many trails and walking dirt roads, we decided on a different venue for our evening walk with our dog. What a surprise Walker City Park was to us! A large playground, swimming beach, tennis courts, picnic tables, and even a lighthouse with a table inside accompanied sweeping views of Walker Bay, Leech Lake.
5 based on 4 reviews
This is a wonderfully well stocked health food store year-round. Check hours! They vary slightly by season!
In the summer, there is a great Thursday Farmer's Market, with local vendors like me. The Green Scene offers artisan pizzas, live music and a small outdoor dining area.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
The Circle of Time consists of 13 beautiful, bronze statues, each depicting 13 different eras in time of the art, culture and history of the Leech Lake Area. Under each statue is a historical description, which is very interesting and educational for all ages. The monument was sculpted by nationally-renowned sculptor Joel Randell from Luther, Oklahoma and is truly a sight to behold in such a small town. However, Walker, Minnesota is a very unusal small town with its outstanding community center, a beautiful lighthouse on the shores of Walker Bay, a wonderful city park and a very interesting museum. The Circle of Time is an icon for this City on the Bay!
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