With Halloween and autumn’s peak officially in the rearview mirror, the majority of Minnesotans gleefully turn their attention to the long-awaited snowmobiling, ice fishing, and snowshoeing season. There’s just something truly magical about exploring Northern Minnesota amid falling snow with your loved ones. For those searching for a festive, scenic, and affordable mid-winter escape, look no further than Big Sandy Lodge & Resort. Our idyllic year-round getaway is home to some of the largest lake cabin rentals in MN, all within two hours of the Twin Cities.
We’re quickly approaching one of the most rewarding Saturdays of the year here at Big Sandy Lodge & Resort: the annual Memorial Day weekend Run for the Lake 5K. Hundreds of runners gather every year along the peaceful shores of Big Sandy Lake to raise money for a good cause, earn prizes, and accomplish personal bests. The run (or walk) starts and finishes at Big Sandy Lodge & Resort, one of the premier Northern Minnesota lodges, so you’ll always be a short stroll from a cold bath, a healthy meal, and an ultra-comfortable bed.
While tourists do flock Big Sandy Lodge & Resort for non-stop lake and outdoor adventure, that doesn’t mean you won’t discover some of the best coffee, breakfast, pizza, and mouthwatering seafood and steak in northern Minnesota. Our beautiful lake paradise is home to the area’s best dining experience: the Bear’s Den Sports Bar. We’re also within a short drive from the area’s best coffee shop, lunch stops, McGregor restaurants, and late-night drinks.
We have entered a time of busy schedules and becoming engulfed in technology. Family time is getting harder and harder to have with all of the different after-school activities, late afternoon board meetings, and everything else in between taking up our time. Some days it seems nearly impossible to get the entire family together just for a meal.
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