We are located on the shore of Big Sand Lake, in the Chippewa National Forest, about 2 miles west of Remer, Minnesota. Remer is about 25 miles southwest of Grand Rapids, about 20 miles east of Leech Lake, or an easy three hour drive from Minneapolis.
|A large grass courtyard for volleyball, football, kickball or badminton.|
|A common fire pit for evening fish lies, uh, tales, and ghost stories|
|Basketball hoop and horseshoe pits|
|A play area with swings and other playground equipment|
|Swim in our swimming area or off of your private dock
|Use our free canoe or paddleboat|
|Take the whole gang fishing, swimming, or just exploring the undeveloped public land shoreline. Observe the Eagles and Osprey as they search for a meal.|
Rates And Specials Page
All of our cabins are equipped with bedding, cooking equipment, eating utensils, coffee maker, heater, shower, and a private dock. All that you need to bring are bath and kitchen towels, hand soap and personal items.
Parking space available for 1 vehicle per bedroom.
Cabins 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7 have gone under renovation. New flooring and bathrooms.
Smoking is permitted outside only!!
|Big Sand is an excellent lake for fishing.
There are also Northerns, Crappies and Largemouth
Bass. But, the lake's reputation is for Bluegills. Nice Bluegills!
Sand Lake referred to in the 2005 fishing regulations that imposes a slot
limit on Walleyes IS NOT the Big Sand Lake we are on).
We are fortunate to be a short drive to a variety of attractions. For example, there are 12 golf courses within a 45-minute drive of Cedar Point.
30 minutes to the northeast of Remer is Grand
Rapids and the Iron Range. You can find the Judy
Garland Museum, the Children's Discover Museum, The Forest
History Center and the Reif Center in Grand Rapids. Grand
Rapids also has a multi-theater Cineplex, four golf courses,
a pitch and putt and the annual presentation of Showboat.
15 minutes beyond Grand Rapids, in
Calumet, is the Hill Annex Mine. It used to be an open pit iron
ore mine but it's now a state park with daily tours.
Less than two hours to the east of Remer is Duluth. Take an easy day trip and visit the Glensheen Mansion, or take a ride on the harbor cruise. Watch the Aerial Lift Bridge rise to allow a "laker" boat to pass underneath, and tour the Washington Irving, a retired ore boat.
Twenty minutes To the west is
Longville and their world famous turtle races.
Forty-five minutes to the south is
Crosby and their assortment of antique shops and Brainerd with Paul
Bunyan Land is only fifteen minutes farther.
Thirty-five minutes west is Walker
and the Cass County Historical Museum, the Minnesota Freshwater
Fishing Hall of Fame and Moon dance Ranch witch features the Moon
Dance Jam that is sponsored by KQRS. Also Northern Lights C asino.
About forty-five minutes past
Walker is Itasca State Park with the headwaters of the Mighty
Of course, all of these communities also have a rich assortment of shopping and dining experiences.
|Bring your fishing gear and shotgun. Do some Grouse hunting in the morning and fishing in the afternoon. Some of the best fishing of the year can occur in the fall.|
|If you want to travel the
backcountry, bring you ATV. There are plenty of trails and
logging roads to be ridden. Less then 2 miles from the Soo Line Trail.
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Ask for Jean or Mike
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Cedar Point Resort
6161 72nd St. NE - Remer, Minnesota 56672