Muskego Point Resort on unique Lake Vermilion in Minnesota’s rustic Northwoods has been a premier locale for group fishing adventures and unforgettable family getaways for decades. The tranquil waters and lush wilderness that surround Muskego Point unify to forge an inconceivable level of serenity.
Muskego Point is an ideal destination for those looking to escape the daily grind of city life and explore the unspoiled beauty of northern Minnesota. Muskego Point, deep in the heart of the Kabetogama State Forest, is accessible only by water. That doesn’t mean families of all ages won’t fall in love with this sequestered getaway.
“I’ve been going up to Muskego Point with my family almost every year since I was a young teen—it’s the absolute best,” said Liz Larsen. “Jenny and Joe are always so very helpful, nice, and accommodating. We are always so relaxed when on vacation at Muskego. Everything is so laid back like you are on island time. Our children, currently six and four, love it up here too. Every year we are so excited to go up. We’re already counting the days until our trip next year!”
You will have no problem filling your days and nights at Muskego Point with excitement, exploration, and relaxation. Take one of their canoes or kayaks to explore the boundaries of Lake Vermilion, which has 290 miles of shoreline, the most of any lake in Minnesota. There are also an astounding 365 wooded islands on the lake. Their sandy beach is ideal for a summer swim, sunbathing, and wild beach games.
A fishing trip at Muskego Point is the quintessential group getaway in Minnesota. Muskego Point has rustic, affordable cabins that sleep up to 14 people. The cabins feature sizable decks, perfect for a late afternoon walleye cookout.
“Muskego Point Resort has been the annual fishing retreat for our group of guys since 2001,” said David Appleget. “Joe and Jenny are fantastic hosts that we look forward to seeing again every year. A great resort on a fantastic lake!”
When you throw a line in Lake Vermilion, you can expect to catch a delicious walleye. In fact, Lake Vermilion is home to some of the biggest walleye in the U.S. The lake is also a hub for smallmouth bass anglers. Let’s hope you also cross paths with a gigantic muskie or northern pike.
The resort is secluded, yes, but there are activities abound at Muskego Point. Start your morning with a cup of Joe and a hiking excursion. In the afternoon, go swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and water skiing. Don’t forget to play beach volleyball, horseshoes, and badminton. Then finish each evening by gathering around your wood-burning fireplace. For a day trip, trek east to the North American Bear Center to meet families of black bears, and to the Soudan Mine, Minnesota’s deepest and oldest iron mine.
Whether you’re looking for a Lake Vermilion group fishing expedition or an invigorating and relaxing Northwoods family adventure, Muskego Point Resort checks every box.