The Chippewa National Forest is the first National Forest established east of the Mississippi River in 1908 and is the home to more lakes and wetlands than any other National Forest. The forest was originally known as the Minnesota National Forest. The name was changed in 1928 to honor the original inhabitants.
The Forest is one of the largest breeding areas of bald eagles in the lower-48 states. Eagles can often be viewed soaring over the lakes. White-tailed deer, ruffed grouse and numerous waterfowl provide great wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities. Sensitive species such as osprey, loon and great grey owl also make the forest their home.
Has a clean, safe, sandy bottom for swimming, also an ideal place for small children to play and swim within sight of your cottage. All cottages are located on the lake shore and are well spaced for privacy. These cabins are also situated on level ground, two or three feet above lake level. Water skiing and fishing are compatible here.
You are invited to visit us and enjoy the fresh crisp air in the Northwoods!