Eagle Ridge Resort is a Minnesota family vacation resort located on Gull Lake in Beltrami County 17 miles Northeast of Bemidji, Minnesota. Gull Lake is a spring-fed lake that is known for its great fishing and very large panfish! We have canoes, kayaks, paddle-boats, stand-up paddle boards, swim raft, sandy beach, and water toys for our guests to use free of charge. We also have a pontoon and several boats for rent. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the resort, a walking trail through the woods, a playground, games in the lodge and plenty of things to do and see nearby.
Eagle Ridge Resort opens in May for the annual fishing opener, and stays open through the glory days of September!
We welcome you and your family to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the north woods.
Call us for our Spring and Fall discounted rates! (218) 586-2700Check Cabin and Campsite Availability Now!
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A pair of Bald Eagles return to Eagle Ridge every year. You can watch them raising their young. In June you can see the adults bringing fish to the juvenile eaglets, and by August you can watch the first flights of those juveniles! In addition, over 70 different species of birds have been identified and documented at our resort.
Vacations give families and friends the chance to escape their everyday lives to relax and rejuvenate in a peaceful, cherished location. Often, families
choose to spend their trip in well-known destinations like Disney World, paying high prices for family fun.
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Your kids aren’t going to be little forever, so you should take the opportunity to spend time with them as often as you can. One of the best ways to do
this is by taking your child or your children fishing. In the state of Minnesota, June 9 through June 11 is Take-A-Kid Fishing Weekend, and it offers parents and older siblings a chance to connect with their
kids and younger brothers or sisters by taking them to fish. You don’t have to wait for this fishing weekend to go out and cast lines, however – there’s
plenty of reasons to take your kids fishing at other times of the year, too. Let’s explore some of the reasons why you and your anglers-in-training
should grab the poles and head to the water.
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