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Boats. 5 miles north of Grand Rapids. 20 800-355-9740 VISITGRANDRAPIDS.COM VISITGRANDRAPIDS.COM 800-355-9740 21 visitor’s Forest Lake Motel L4 Meridian Medical Clinic Blandin Paper Mill Tours 1215 W Hwy 2, Grand Rapids 800-622-3590 1542 Golf Course Rd, Grand Rapids 218-999-7000 115 SW 1st St, Grand Rapids (218) 327-6682 Itascan Motel L5 Reed Drug Blandin Paper Mill Tours Area churches can be found on Dale Anderson 218-259-4485 610 S Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 800-842-7733 417 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-3453 Itasca Trail Sports 115 SW 1st St, Grand Rapids 218-327-6682 www.visitgrandrapids.com. Jason Boser 218-244-2517 316 NE 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-1716 Pine Grove Motel L7 Boundary Waters Blues Festival Bill Broberg 218-244-8022 1420 W Hwy 2, Grand Rapids 218-326-9674 Jenny & Company Grand Rapids 218-365-2440 Tom Neustrom 218-259-2628 Sawmill Inn L8 10 NW 3rd St, Grand Rapids 218-326-1821 Jeff Skelly 218-259-4941 2301 S Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 800-235-6455 Century 21 Lake Country Furniture Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway Jeff Sundin 218-246-2375 721 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-0323 1001 S Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-5085 Hwy 38, Grand Rapids to Effie 218-832-3161 17th Street Grill at Timberlake Lodge Super 8 L9 144 SE 17th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-2600 Charlie Worath 218-244-5756 1702 S Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 800-800-8000 Coldwell Banker Northwoods Realty L&M Fleet Supply 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 Blueberry Hills 20108 Golf Crest Dr, Grand Rapids 866-727-7345 Purple Pinecone 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 Itasca Co Fairgrounds & GR Speedway Eagle’s Club 417 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-3453 Pokegama 49231 Co Rd 173, Deer River 800-832-3101 1336 NE 3rd Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-6470 1776 S Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-4845 ACAR Auto Rental Shaw Florists & Antiques 3910 Golf Course Rd, Grand Rapids 218-326-3444 Buckhorn Log Lodges L13 1500 7th Ave SE, Grand Rapids 218-327-0807 El Potro 2 NE 3rd St, Grand Rapids 218-326-7429 Itasca Curling Club Sugarbrooke 45101 Buckhorn Resort Rd, Marcell 800-450-6628 902 Hale Lk Pointe, Grand Rapids 218-999-5875 508 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-6275 Lefty’s Tent & Party Supplies Something Original 37584 Otis Lane, Cohasset 218-327-1462 Hidden Haven Resort L14 4542 E US Hwy 169, Bovey 218-245-1387 Florio’s Grill & Tavern 28 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-999-5432 Judy Garland Museum & Children’s Wendigo 31516 Malbay Rd, Cohasset 866-246-8989 105 Main Street, Cohasset 218-999-7077 Rapid Rental & Supply Hertz Car Rental Stained Glass with Class Discovery Center 20108 Golf Crest Dr, Grand Rapids 218-327-2211 Jessie View Resort L15 1887 E Hwy 2, Grand Rapids 218-326-0397 2727 Hwy 169 S, Grand Rapids 218-326-1900 Forest Lake Restaurant Old Central School, Grand Rapids 218-327-7964 45756 Co Rd 35, Deer River 877-537-7438 1201 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-3423 Target MacRostie Art Center Loon Point Resort L16 405 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-2697 Jack’s Grill at Sugar Lake Lodge 2140 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-326-3011 51898 Co Rd 310, Bigfork 800-542-1470 37584 Otis Lane, Cohasset 218-327-1462 Terra Reflections Mesabi Trail Bike Trail Moose Lake Resort L23 2040 Pokegama Ave S, Grand Rapids 218-327-1888 Grand Rapids to Ely when complete 877-637-2241 Outpost Bar & Grill Cub Foods 36712 Co. 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Itasca Winter Sports Center Sammy’s Pizza & Restaurant Bender’s Shoe & Sport 100 SE 29th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-9682 Sugar Lake Lodge L18 200 Mt Itasca Drive, Coleraine 218-259-7726 802 S Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-8551 PO Box 847, Grand Rapids 800-450-4555 409 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-8055 Whispering Woods Gallery Old Central School Toivo’s Restaurant & Sports Bar Brier’s Men’s Clothing & Shoes 10 NW 5th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-0771 Southwood Resort L20 Hwy 2 & Hwy 169, Downtown Grand Rapids 1212 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-999-5550 32460 Southwood Rd, Grand Rapids 888-815-6645 413 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-326-2553 Wings ‘N Willows B&B’s Zorbas Wildwood Resort L21 Central Square Mall 8 NW 3rd St, Grand Rapids 218-327-1649 Reif Performing Arts Center Morning Glory Bed & Breakfast L6 720 NW Conifer Dr, Grand Rapids 218-327-5780 32946 Crystal Springs Rd, Grand Rapids 726 NW 2nd Ave, Grand Rapids 866-926-3978 35748 Wildwood Rd, Grand Rapids 888-328-5858 201 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-326-4765 Yarnworks 218-326-1006 2101 Hwy 169 S, Grand Rapids 218-326-9339 Scenic State Park Fireplace Lifestyles 56956 Scenic Hwy 7, Bigfork 218-743-3362 motels 1114 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids 218-327-2929 Thunder Alley XL & Mini Golf AmericInn L1 Frame Up 1401 E US Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 218-326-5950 1812 S Hwy 169, Grand Rapids 800-634-3444 Bigfork Valley Hospital 208 NW 1st Ave, Grand Rapids 218-327-1271 Budget Host L2 258 Pine Tree Dr, Bigfork 218-743-3177 City of Grand Rapids White Oak Casino Grand Rapids Economic Dev. 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Minneapolis-St. Paul 185 mi. Owatonna 270 mi. Photo by Rochester 280 mi. Rolf Hagberg St. Cloud 147 mi.
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