2017 Summer Attractions on Mille Lacs Lake

 

Mille Lacs Lake is a quick drive from the Twin Cities (under 100 miles) and is one of the most premier fishing destinations in the world. This lake is surrounded by campgrounds, resorts, hotels, and there are so many things to see, do, and experience.

Anglers from all around the world come for bass, walleye, northern pike, Muskie, jumbo perch, black crappie, bluegill, sunnies, burbot, and tulibee on this 2nd largest inland lake. What fun can you have on and around these 132,516 acres? 

* Hiking trails and 100 Miles of shoreline 

*Dining outdoors and watching sunsets at Sunsets Restaurant by Appeldoorn’s Sunset Bay Resort

* Play 9 or 18 holes of golf Northwood Hills Golf Course or Fiddlestix Golf Course

*Dynamik Kiteboarding

*Fishing Launch at Appeldoorn’s Sunset Bay Resort

*Lonesome Pine Restaurant      

* Kathio State Park fishing piers, lakeside trails

* Hiking at Father Hennepin State Park you might come across albino deer

*Clubhouse dining at Northwood Hills

* Boone’s Fine Guns or Wealthwood Rod and Gun Club

*Soo Line Trail for 4Wheelers

* Shopping at Junebugs Junk Boutique, cattails, or Country Caboose Quilts

* Boating, Waterskiing, canoeing, kayak, paddle boarding, or sunning on the beach

*Mille Lacs Lake Historical Society Museum

*Wealthwood State Park Bird and Wildlife watching

*Rolling Hills Arabian and Farm Tours by appointment 320-532-3261 by appointment – Ruth

*Community celebrations and entertainment make it a must experience for this summer.

*DeCorsa Vineyard and Farm Winery

* Mille Lacs Tourism Council has more information