Welcome to our Blog page. Each week we post an article about what makes Grand Rapids, Minnesota unique. Enjoy the read!
Tom Neustrom shares this week's fall color fishing report for Grand Rapids, Minnesota. As the waters begin to cool slowly there seems to be something happening that only some can follow. Fish movements have increased and it seems several species have changes their locations with the onslaught of fall approaching. Within the next couple weeks [...]
Did you know that Grand Rapids has a Pumpkin Patch? Yes! the name of the pumpkin patch is Cowhorn Crossing, and they are celebrating their 16th year! Fall is a great time to head north to Grand Rapids to enjoy the beautiful fall leaves, cooler temperatures, and of course a pumpkin patch! This is Cowhorn Crossing’s [...]
Ted Dick and his setter Jake getting shown up by a first-time hunter, Anthony J. Guest blogger: Ted Dick, forest game bird coordinator, shares his expertise on hunting Minnesota's most popular game bird - Ruffed Grouse. With over 1 million public accessible acres to hunt. The Grand Rapids area is the perfect grouse [...]
Tom Neustrom, Professional fishing industry guide. Tom Neustrom shares this week's Fall Fishing Report for the Grand Rapids MN area. The fall fishing season is in full swing and the water temperatures are starting to drop. All of this makes for beneficial times to be fishing. All species right now seem to be [...]
Northern Minnesota Scenic drives create an opportunity to explore a destination's uniqueness on your own time schedule, and fall is one of the best times to take these journeys. Whatever your mode of transportation, scenic byways are a great way to experience the road less traveled. Scenic Byways in Minnesota are well maintained to travel any time [...]
It is a great time to head north for a great Minnesota fall trip. The leaves have started to change color, and the temperature has started to cool down. It is Fall in northern Minnesota. Grand Rapids, Minnesota is a great fall drive destination. Grand Rapids is known for: over a million acres of public [...]