a truly grand vacation
it’s the difference between a great vacation and one that’s
When you Speaking of fishing,
want it all, you the Grand Rapids area is
Lots of vacation places say can have it all in an angler’s dream. You’ll
Grand Rapids. You
they’re great, may be surprised to learn
find all your favorite
species right here, from
but only one is this Grand that our grand vacations
offer a hard-to-match blend
14-inch crappie to
of outdoor and
Grand Rapids... indoor recreations
to keep all the
where you can leave the everyday world behind members of
to soak up the scenic splendor of the wild. your family
A place where breathtaking wilderness
beauty is warmed by a welcoming community Rapids area
with a surprising boasts over
Forest History Center– fascinating fun for young and old
sophistication in the in Itasca County—that’s We’re a premier
arts, culture and 10% of all the lakes in four-season destination.
Minnesota. There are over In autumn the woods
fine dining. 1 million acres of and fields provide some
public forest lands of the state’s best
surrounding the town, hunting, including
Experience the including upland bird hunting for
the grouse. Many prefer our
best of both worlds famed woods on their annual
Chippewa quest for the classic
right here, National whitetail deer.
in the cultured Forest. Winter offers up over
900 miles of groomed,
wilderness of pristine snowmobile trails.
Enchanting call of the loon
IN MINNESOTA’S CROWN OF NATURE
Some of Minnesota’s In the warm seasons,
Minnesota’s most productive bodies there’s golf on our four
Grand of water are in our beautiful area courses.
nature. You can boat
nature. or fish on Big Winnie,
Lake Pokegama, Turtle,
There’s truly a reason
North Star and more. for every season in
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Sit quietly, just do nothing. UNIQUE TOURS
Spring comes in with grand beauty Observe the largest breeding Children love to discover and learn
hands-on at the Children’s
in Grand Rapids. population of bald eagles in the
lower U.S. in the vast Chippewa Discovery Museum. Year-round.
National Forest. Tour the Hill Annex Mine State Park
EVENTS ENTERTAINMENT Joyce Estate wilderness hideaway, Learn the history of open pit mining
There’s a flavor Discover the northland’s most vibrant year- discover the Lost Forty stand of old growth at this interesting park. Features a mine
of the north country round arts and entertainment communities... white pine missed by the logging companies tour and fossil hunting tour. Tours Memorial
in the festivals Take in a show or musical performance or hike and bike the trails in the Suomi Hills. Day to Labor Day.
and events that throughout the year at the Myles Reif Drive the Edge of the Wilderness National Tour the UPM Blandin Paper Mill
take place in Performing Arts Center. It’s home Scenic Byway, traveling 47 miles from founded in 1901 and now one of
Grand Rapids in to the Grand Rapids Players, Itasca Grand Rapids to Effie, along Hwy. 38. Minnesota’s largest employers. Go
the spring. It’s a Orchestral Society and many through the paper making process from
The Grand Rapids Gun Club is open
start to a grand other performances. watery pulp to the presses that
to the public and features trap and skeet
season of fun... flatten it out concluded with
The MacRostie shooting, a duck tower and hunters’ clays.
exhibits art from sprin
gran g ev Pheasants Plus Hunting Preserve
& Sporting Clays offers a fun and
a video on the process of
making paper from start to
Rapids finish. Free tours June - August.
Marchn MN Builders Hom
Minnesota, challenging 50 target sporting clays
Farmers’ Follow the yellow
Wisconsin, r course and five stand course.
Market Northe nge brick road to the famed
Iowa, and Dakota ear Plu Handicapped accessible clubhouse
Savor locally Polar B Party Judy Garland Museum. Born
artists. Children Dance welcomes shooters of all skill levels.
grown fruits, Winter ut how in Grand Rapids, memorabilia from Judy’s
and adults classes erby Bo & Toy S
in pottery, Roller D al Doll, Bear Walleye, northern pike and career is showcased. The gift shop is filled
nnu ft Show Show bass openers on Big Winnie, Lake
farm products all
painting, 23rd A nk Cra
with Wizard of Oz and Judy Garland items.
ivity Ta vel
grown within Creat t & Tra Pokegama, Turtle, North Star and Open year-round.
drawing, Hom e, Spor all area lakes.
50 miles of
wood- Jaycee’s Walk up the “yellow brick road”
Grand The turfs are greening up and
Expo to the Old Central School, a classic
April nual Children First
Rapids. Wonderful the golf courses are opening 1895 structure built in the Richardson-
and print-making. n
Starts theatre events 13th A Wolf up on several of Grand Rapids’ Romanesque tradition of architecture
early are scheduled
The gift shop show-
P eter and the ow challenging area courses. that houses the Itasca County Historical
cases local and regional Sh
May to October. at the Reif
artists. Open year-round. The Ra ting Show Society’s Heritage Museum, Coffee Shop
Figure and specialty shops.
North Central p Open year-round.
MN Farm &
May arm & Antiq
nnual F begin The Itasca County
Antique Swap Frozen waters melted by the warming 28th A kets Historical Society also
Meet & Auction Farmer oncert
sun... spring awakens the hungry catch... ow in c ner includes a view of a Woolly
Find some Peter Yarr g Ope Mammoth tusk and glimpse
Oak Casino, e Fishin Orchestra
unique older Walley ny of how Native Americans
called the “Best Little Casino in MN.” ympho
farm and rural Itasca S lived. Open year-round.
Play slots, poker and blackjack. ella
collectibles. Cinder ts
There’s a bar and snack bar. on these k Grand Rapids was honored to play host
rmation list of events, chec
Open year-round. For info mplete to the Governor’s Fishing Opener in 2011.
and a co om
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Step back in history at Harvesting and They call it Thunder
Think of the perfect the annual White Oak blacksmith in the Pines...
Society Rendezvous demonstrations as well the Grand
up-north summer... & Festival. Stroll a as steam and gas Rapids
that perfectly grand setting replica of a 1798
engines, quilt raffle
and flea market.
is Grand Rapids Trading Post, where Nothing says summer racing
re-enactors celebrate the like an old-fashioned, held every
EVENTS Annual Northern food, music, crafts and northwoods Itasca
Minnesota Vintage life of early day fur County Fair, celebrating Audiences delight at the Mississippi
Summer brings some
exciting events to Car Show and the traders. Black powder its 120th year. ART Melodie Showboat vaudeville
Grand Rapids… 28th Annual shooting, classes and There’s more than
&MUSIC performance along the river.
Northern Cruisers entertainment. Take in an award-
Bigfork $30,000 in prizes in the For more than
Weekend of Wheels winning film, be
Wilderness Days Grand Slam Amateur 50 years, colorfully-
Car Show. Rural life transported by a concert
honors the town’s Golf Tourney. Golfers costumed vaudeville
July 4th fireworks through the or attend a fun and
history. love this 3-day event, performers entertain
are never more grand early 50’s is funky event in and
celebrated with teams playing with song, dance and
than when viewed over around Grand Rapids
at North three different 18-hole comedy at this outdoor
Drumbeater Island on this summer…
Central courses each day. stadium along the river
Lake Pokegama. The Myles Reif
MN Farm Stop by the Grand bank.
Everything is wild & Antique Rapids Farmers’ Soak up the blues
Center hosts Indies
at the annual Deer Threshing Market for the fresh, during three days of
on Tuesdays, featuring
The yellow brick River Wild Rice Show. summer goodness of grand performances
road is all decked out Festival. locally grown farm independent films beside the water at the
in our annual Judy Grand Rapids’ products, held each throughout the summer. annual Boundary
Garland Festival. biggest celebration is Wednesday and Waters Blues Fest.
What floats, sings,
the August Tall Relive Saturday. The 23rd annual
It’s an auto lover’s dances and tells jokes?
history at the Bluegrass Festival is a
weekend of antique Timber Days Festival The one and only
classics, collectors, hot honoring the skills of the Mississippi Melodie free concert of authentic,
lumberjacks. With log & Festival Showboat. old-time music.
rods and street
machines plus a giant climbing, rolling,
swap meet and flea chainsaw carving, arts,
market at the 40th crafts, entertainment
activities. Home to four 18-hole championship courses, with more than
100 holes in total set amidst our beautiful northwoods.
grand summer June Civil Air Patrol Breakfast
10th Annual Bigfork Wilderness Days
July Deer River Wild Rice Festival
28th Annual Timberman Triathlon
41st Annual Itasca Vintage Car Club
Show & Swap Meet
24th Annual White
events Farmer’s Markets
Old Car Cruise Nights 37th Annual Judy Garland Festival
23rd Annual Bluegrass Festival
Stockcar Races Mississippi Melodie Showboat
8th Annual KAXE Riverfront Festival
August Oak Rendezvous
31st Annual Tall Timber Days
For information on these events and Stockcar Races Old Car Cruise Nights Farmer’s Markets
MN Mounted Shooters 57th Annual Northstar Stampede 28th Annual Threshing & Antique Show
a complete list of events, check Naturalist Programs Naturalist Programs Stockcar Races
Competition 28th Annual Northern Cruisers Car Show Grand Slam Amateur Golf Tournament
Reif Spring Dance Show 4th of July Fireworks
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beautiful colors to the eye grandly warm the soul
Hire a professional fishing
FAMILY FUN guide in search of a trophy
season opens the
A summer vacation in Grand muskie, northern or walleye. the crowds decorations.
Fall fun comes in a
first weekend of
Rapids is filled with ample Grab your hiking boots or kaleidoscope of color.
opportunities to share in family mountain bike and head up are smaller, pumpkin
barns, petting zoo Indoor fun and learning
Rapids is home to
educational moments… to the Suomi Hills in the takes place around town
Travel the Great River Chippewa National Forest. the pace slower, and mazes.
The Bargains Are
in all four seasons…
hunting and fishing
There are miles of hiking guides.
Road that follows the mighty
Mississippi River route for and biking trails to enjoy. and the warmth Great On Hwy. 38
is a 47-mile long
Take a color drive
along the Great
Leaf peepers can
take to the trails for
The Forest History
Kayak a walk-in
wilderness lake that’s glass
of a glowing fire garage sale located River Road national
historic highway that
hiking and birding
on the Edge of the on such famous trails
Center is a unique still and beckoning you lures you back Wilderness Scenic follows the Mississippi.
as the Suomi Hills
interpretive museum offering to dip your paddle. Byway. The 47-mile Edge and Sugar Hills
a glimpse of life in a 1900 Great family fun can to Minnesota’s One-hundred of the Wilderness scenic areas. Different
northwoods logging camp. be found geocaching at crafters and artists National Scenic
Tour this authentically several area locations. nature… display their wares Byway features
types of trees peak
at different times,
recreated white pine logging grand
camp with cook shack,
bunkhouse, blacksmith shop,
Mesabi Trail is a
beautiful, 75-mile paved trail
events at the Hunter's
Widow Craft Sales
and scenic fall vistas.
so color displays in
the northwoods of
office wannigan, filer's shack for biking, hiking and inline EVENTS on the opening Grand Rapids can last
and horse barn. Interpretive skating that winds through Farmer’s Markets Fall festivals capture weekend of deer OUTDOOR for some time.
some of Minnesota’s prettiest Bigfork Valley Challenge the local nature of the season. Autumn outdoors is a Gather your
center plus tours available.
lakes and forest areas. 101st Annual Bovey Fa season in Grand Rapids… grand reason to explore family and friends
June to Labor Day. rmer’s Day
Take a free Blandin If you’re into shooting 10th Annual Goods Fro
m the Woods Goods from the ARTS Minnesota’s nature… to swap stories and
sports, the Grand Rapids Bargains Are Great on Woods celebration The Myles Reif Fishing picks share good times
Paper Mill Tour and Highway 38
see the impressive art of Gun Club and Pheasants focuses on Performing Arts up as lunkers start before a crackling
Plus Preserve offer skeets,
October handcrafted forest Center hosts stocking up on food campfire under the
from June to Labor Day. sporting clays and more. Farmer’s Markets items, with hands theatrical for winter. autumn stars.
Run, swim and bike Cowhorn Crossing Pump on workshops, performances and Many area
Go berry picking at several kin Patch
Nordic Ridge Pumpkin crafts and music. concerts in the fall. resorts and
area farms, with acres of in the annual Timber- Patch
National Ruffed Grouse
berries. Late June thru late July. man Triathlon. Hunt provide
Boo-tique Craft Show fire rings
November and wood
Firearm Deer Season Op for guests.
ens Come see the
A panorama of pumpkins Take
Area-wide Craft Shows Pumpkin Panorama
OUTDOOR FUN at Nordic Ridge
and fun at the area’s a hayride,
Golf is in full Church Bazaars pumpkin patches.
Reconnect with our spectacular Gardens & Cowhorn find your
outdoors… swing on the courses in the Grand Rapids Players Ho way through a corn
liday Production Crossing Thousands Grouse season
Grab a pole, a kid and Grand Rapids area, including Holidays Sales & Open Take in the maze and get your
Houses of bright orange opens in the public
go fishing on one of the 1,200 one designed by famed Enjoy color tours Acoustic Café performan natural Halloween
ces pumpkins, as well monthly exhibit at lands around Grand
course designer Joel by car, bike, decorations from
pristine lakes that dot the forests as more than the MacRostie
Goldstrand. horse or foot in For information on these eve Rapids. a local food stand.
of the Grand Rapids area. Grand Rapids a complete list of happenings,nts and 20 varieties of squash, Art Center.
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warm, cozy fish
skiing, plus to the deep woods of the Chippewa,
EVENTS Also, special Christmas
tubing can panoramic trails on Thunder Mountain
house sitting atop
When you know how to programs are performed a frozen lake.
throughout the holiday all be enjoyed and wilderness trails with moose. Area lakes yield
enjoy winter, you have
season. at the Mount There’s abundant and charming good crappie,
one-of-a-kind events to
Take in the exhibit Itasca Ski Area. lodging, dining and entertainment walleye and
The Audubon at the MacRostie Art Snowmaking and grooming catering to winter enthusiasts. northern all
Christmas Bird Count Center, which changes with rentals and pro shop. And there are plenty of ski events year long. Local
is the longest running monthly. and races to keep the sport interesting. outfitters can set you
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The Voyageurs home country music to ski all public-land X-C ski trails. Take a dog
Classic Sled Dog Race extravaganza. Monthly sledding trip
is one of the northland’s performances during As a destination snowmobile recreation on a guided tour
biggest. Races from 40 fall and winter with area, you’ll ride over 900 miles of well-groomed, with a professional
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Wow! Don’t miss the still takes place in the winding through the Iron Range on its way to Ely. unforgettable!
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New Year’s Eve. centers, art and
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every day and be and dinner daily.
than a refreshing treat the 18th green of 30 years of combined experience.
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Jeff Sundin 218-246-2375 721 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-0323 1001 S Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-5085
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Forest History Center 1400 Hwy 169 S, Grand Rapids 218-326-2926
2609 Co Rd 76, Grand Rapids 218-327-4482 Brewed Awakenings Coffeehouse Timberlake Lodge L10 812 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-3455
24 NE 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-327-1088 144 SE 17th St, Grand Rapids 866-800-2200 Grand Rapids Realty Mississippi Diamond Jewelers
Hill Annex Mine State Park 6 NW 3rd St, Grand Rapids 218-326-6242
880 Gary St, Calumet 218-247-7215 Bridgeman’s – Embers Wendigo Lodge L11 502 NE 4th Street, Grand Rapids 218-327-0966
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331 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-5302 44510 Golf Course Rd, Deer River 218-246-8010 Remax
IRA Civic Center White Oak Inn & Suites L22 1001 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-8200 201 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-327-8119
Hwy 38 & 14th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-2500 Cedars at the Sawmill Inn
2301 S Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 218-326-8501
Eagle Ridge 201 4th Ave NW, Deer River 877-633-5504 Red Willow
1 Green Way, Coleraine 218-245-2217
Itasca Historical Society Dairy Queen 225 SE 21st St, Grand Rapids 218-327-2252
Top floor Old Central School 218-326-6431 1940 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-3366 Golf on the Edge resorts Reed Drug
59851 County Road 261, Bigfork 218-743-3626 Bowstring Shores L12
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Florio’s Grill & Tavern 28 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-999-5432
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Pasties Plus Grand Organic Food Market 29604 Hwy 38 N, Grand Rapids 218-326-2082 Annabella’s Antique Mall
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Sugar Lake Lodge L18
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Old Central School Toivo’s Restaurant & Sports Bar Brier’s Men’s Clothing & Shoes 10 NW 5th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-0771
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Zorbas Wildwood Resort L21 Central Square Mall 8 NW 3rd St, Grand Rapids 218-327-1649
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501 S Pokegama Ave, Suite 3
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