1 . Cass Lake Lodge

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 6658

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Wake to a sunrise glittering on Cass Lake, troll out to the coves for that monster musky, and laugh with the family around the fire pit. Cass Lake Lodge is the north woods family lodge where fishing is a way of life and the lakes are considered home. The lake-view cabins have it all to house your entire family. And, the kids will love the private shore and water trampolines. Golf at the Cass Lake course, or hike the Chippewa and Itasca State Parks. It’s all right out the door at Cass Lake Lodge. After a day of angling adventures, kick up your feet in one of fourteen rustic yet refined cabins. Offering two- through seven-bedroom cabins, this lodge is perfect for full families or intimate retreats. Modern amenities like fully equipped kitchens, cable television, and air conditioning will make you feel at home while the sun-soaked sandy beach will remind you that you're on vacation!

Address

16293 60th Avenue NW Cass Lake, Minnesota 56633

Season

It's always fishing season on Cass Lake. Catch your limit of walleye, muskie, bass, perch, bluegills, and more whether the sun is shining or the ground is coated in powdery snow!

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You've found your angling oasis on Cass Lake! Reel in ten-pound walleyes, battle 35-pound muskies, and snag a school of pan fish.

2 . Break on the Lake Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 443 - 5101

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Pack up the family and your fishing gear for a Cass Lake escape at Break on the Lake. Bordered by state forests and located on the northern shores of Cass Lake, Break on the Lake provides comfortable family lodging with access to eight Minnesota lakes. Cast your line for endless abundant fishing. Spend a day visiting Star Island or the Forestedge Winery. Or, try your luck at Northern Lights Casino. After a day on the lake, relax at the cabin. Break on the Lake has two-, three-, or four-bedroom cabins available for rental, and each cabin has cable television, BBQ grills, and internet for that comfortable, at-home stay. Enjoy waking up to the sunrise over the lake from your cabin deck or screened porch and saying goodnight to the gentle lapping of the water on the shore. Come take a break at Break on the Lake.

Address

18342 E. Windigo Drive SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Related activities

In addition to fishing, check out other Cass Lake attractions including Star Island, the largest of the Cass Lake islands, Chippewa National Forest, and Minnesota's oldest national park, Itasca State Park.

Related Onsite Offerings

Break on the Lake offers fisherman dock space, live bait, and a spacious fish cleaning house. They also offer gas and other dock services if needed.

3 . Sunset Cove Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 279 - 4831

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Encased by the Chippewa National Forest and the northwest shores of Cass Lake, Sunset Cove Resort’s sunsets and rich wilderness offer a vacation of fun for the whole family. The cabins face the lake where you can relax on the deck and watch the lake lap upon the beach. The white sand of the private beach is the perfect spot for a sunny afternoon as is the chain of lakes where trophy musky and walleye roam. With the forest as its backyard, take a hike to spot a bald eagle soaring above the pines. The fun of a family lake vacation is not complete with your cozy cabin stay. Sunset Cove offers accommodations ranging from cottages and cabins to duplexes for larger groups. You'll be comfortable with amenities such as complete kitchens and air conditioning. There are also seasonal RV sites for the family looking to camp for the week. Kick back and relax at Sunset Cove!

Address

4083 Kangas Curve Road SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Getting there

To reach Sunset Cove from Bemidji, take Highway 2 east to Cass County Road 149. Go north on 149 about 2 miles and turn left at the Sunset Cove Resort sign. If you are coming from Cass Lake,take Highway 2 off 371. Go 3/4 mile from the Highway 2 and 371 intersection. Turn right (north) onto Cass County Road 149. Go 2 miles and turn left at the Sunset Cove Resort sign.

Fun facts

Cass Lake is 15,996 acres with a maximum depth of 120 feet. Often, Northern Pike of more that 20 pounds are caught and released week after week. The lake also contains musky, walleye, largemouth bass, bluegill, perch, and crappie.

4 . Wishbone Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 2320

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Family owned for nearly 30 years, Wishbone Resort takes pride in ensuring you receive the most hospitable experience on the largest lake of the Mississippi Chain. A visit to Cass Lake is not complete without casting a line. This versatile fishing environment will challenge fisherman of all levels. After a day on the lake, enjoy a New York Strip on “Steak Night” or grab some groceries for a meal in your cabin. Then, cuddle up by the crackling fire while listening to the calls of the loons. After a day on the lake, Wishbone is happy to be called home, and with accommodations for up to 14 people, their cabins are perfect for a couple's retreat or a family reunion! And, they are filled with everything you need from modern kitchens and appliances to bedding. Leave your worries behind and enjoy Wishbone Resort!

Address

20686 Williams Road SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Season

Wishbone is the only ice fishing resort open on the north side of Cass Lake. They have six winterized cabins available for rental and portable fish houses, snowmobiles, and four-wheelers are welcome only during the winter season.

Related Onsite Offerings

Wishbone offers boat and pontoon rentals: 16-foot Lund, 18-foot Alaskan Fishing Boats, 22-foot Bennington Pontoon, and 20-foot Weers Pontoon.

5 . Horseshoe Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 8875

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Cabins on the shore, the Chippewa National Forest a stone’s throw away, and Lost Lake around the corner, Horseshoe Resort is that relaxing singles getaway or a family’s fortune. Horseshoe’s cabins provide a cozy atmosphere and all the amenities needed for a full stay. Fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces, a private place to dock your boat, and a grill for an evening barbeque make for a worry-free vacation. And with the surrounding lakes and forests, outdoor fun is literally right out your door! A true family fishing resort, the location of Horseshoe allows for maximum fishing, not matter your age or skill level. Cass Lake is a top-rated walleye and muskie lake where perch, northern pike, largemouth bass, and panfish also roam. And, Lost Lake is perfect for a lot of panfish as well as a quite place for the kids to swim and picnic.

Address

20528 Williams Road SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Related activities

Wish to take a break from the lake? Just 15 minutes from the resort are movie theaters, golfing, concerts, a petting zoo, amusement parks, biking and hiking, museums, and much more!

Related Onsite Offerings

Horseshoe Resort offers anglers fish cleaning facilities, freezer space, paddleboats, and canoes for no additional charge.

6 . Norway Beach Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 8857

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Take a step out your cabin door and listen to the loons as the sun goes down over Strawberry Point. At Norway Beach Resort, you’ll receive the secluded feel of a forest cabin with the convenience of town only miles away. Cabins include modern accommodations with kitchens, cozy beds, dinettes, and your own private dock. Fish for that record musky, hike the deep woods, or brush up on your lumberjack history at the Cass Lake Logging Museum: it’s all in your neck of the woods! Aside from fishing, the outdoor fun at Norway Beach Resort is endless! Hike your way through 250-year-old Norway pines. Or, ride upon the Migizi Trail. Grab a paddle and canoe the headwaters of the Mississippi. Of course, you could stay on the resort for some volleyball, horseshoes, or shuffleboard. There's never a dull moment at Norway Beach!

Address

15868 Norway Beach Road NW, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Extra Stops

Check out Itasca State Park, Cass Lake Palace Casino, and the Chippewa National Forest Headquarters Building.

Related Onsite Offerings

Norway Beach Resort offers fisherman a modern fish cleaning house and freezer services as well as boat and motor rentals. Bait and tackle are sold in the resort store.

7 . Marclay Point Resort & Campground

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 6589

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Two miles from the town of Cass Lake, on a private point within the waters, is Marclay Point Resort & Campground. View Cass Lake from the porch of your cabin or park your RV lakeside as the family enjoys all the lake adventures! The Marina has a space for you and is well lit for safety and convenience. With a long stretch of beaches surrounding the resort, wind down from the stress of life at home or grab a scrumptious bite at the resort’s restaurant. And, don’t forget to pack your pole! Marclay Point has cabins to fit the entire family. Cabins range from two to four bedrooms and are able to comfortably accommodate up to 12 people. Their campsite, located upon the grassy grounds, provide full hook-ups as well as a picnic table and fire pit. Whether you're looking to camp or cozy up in a cabin, Marclay has what you're looking for.

Address

16636 Marclay Point Lane SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Highlights

In addition to having two protected harbors, Marclay Point includes two sandy swimming beaches as well as a lodge with a restaurant, snacks, and a game room for the kids.

Related Onsite Offerings

Marclay Point has two protected harbors able to accommodate more than 70 boats. The harbors are lit, and electricity is available to all slips.

8 . Sah-Kah-Tay Beach Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 232 - 3224

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Whether you enjoy the summer sun or brisk winter chills on the ice, Sah-Kah-Tay Beach Resort will keep you smiling no matter the season. Cass Lake provides for the best Minnesota fishing, and the Chippewa National Forest is the perfect place to escape. Once a white blanket covers the ground, it is also ideal for snowmobiling. The cabins house kitchens, dock space, and each has a fire pit for storytelling. A vacation on Cass Lake means endless fun. Even if you're not a fisherman at heart, hop on a jet ski, or sail for miles and miles. The Migezi Trail is another added treasure. Hike or bike through the Chippewa National Forest around Pike Bay where the forest and all its wonder will engulf you.

Address

16348 60th Avenue NW, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Highlights

Located on one of Minnesota's largest Lakes, fisherman on Cass Lake often catch walleye over ten pounds and muskie over 35 pounds as well as other game.

Related Onsite Offerings

Sah-Kah-Tay has a wide array of boats, pontoons, and accessories for rental as well as car and boat storage and fish cleaning.

9 . Stony Point Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 6311

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The folks at Stony Point Ridge know all about tradition. Since 1939, they have been helping families create loving memories on Cass Lake. Stony Point’s lakefront cabins are fully equipped and have spectacular views of the sunset over the lake. Grab the kids for a day of fishing or cruise the lake on a pontoon. Rent a canoe and explore quiet coves to cast a line. There’s also hiking, biking, casinos, and more all next door. After a day of play, grab a bite at the Canal House family restaurant, or head back to your cabin where you'll feel right at home. Their lakefront cabins include fully equipped kitchens, heat and air-conditioning, and clean linens and bedding to snuggle up in. So, bring the family to Stony Point and become a part of the tradition.

Address

5510 US 2, Cass Lake, MN 5663

Extra Stops

While cruising around Cass Lake, make a stop at Star Island, which has over eight miles of shoreline and has a lake in the middle of it!

Related Onsite Offerings

Stony Point Resort offers guests a lighted boat canal, boat and motor rentals, pontoons, paddle boats, canoes, kayaks, dock spaces, live bait, and much more.

10 . Ojibway Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 335 - 6695

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Quiet and quaint, you’ll find restful relaxation on Pike Bay at Ojibway Resort. As the southernmost point of Cass Lake, Pike Bay has all the fishing trophies to go after as well as easy access Cass Lake. They even accommodate for winter lake adventures, as three of their cabins are available year round. Just across the road is Migizi Trail. Here, bike enthusiasts enjoy 19 miles of a paved loop through towering red pines. Between your ventures outdoors, Ojibway Resort's cabins are prepared to keep you comfortable. Their cabins range from two to four bedrooms with full kitchens and anywhere from one to two bathrooms. And, these lakefront cabins have breathtaking views of the lake! Bring the whole family for the perfect lake vacation!

Address

15191 Pike Bay Loop NW, Cass Lake, MN 56633

Season

Ojibway Resort has three winterized cabins, particularly for those who can't get away from the great Cass Lake fishing.

Related Onsite Offerings

Ojibway Resort's beach is sandy and safe due to its gradual sloping. The beach also features a children's playground.

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