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Things to do during "cabin time" in Moose Lake
Moose Lake lodging and cabin rentals in MN are settled in a quiet, natural area surrounded by open fields, rolling hills, and wooded areas containing aspen, birch, basswood and maple trees. The nearby Moose Lake State Park is populated by small ponds and fishing lakes, making it a haven for fishers, canoeists and swimmers. Visitors to Echo Lake will find it well stocked with bass, northern and pan fish, while hikers exploring the area will have 60 miles’ worth of foot paths to wander along.
The amateur geologist will find the park is ideal for agate picking, as it is covered by till and outwash posts from the glacier that created the region’s lakes. Curious visitors can learn more at the park’s Agate & Geological Center. Moose Lake is a popular place for tourists to view the native wildlife, and white-tail deer, geese, ducks and various songbirds are commonly spotted in the area.
Vacation homes in and around Moose Lake are conveniently located to ATV and boat rentals, shopping and dining, fishing guides, art galleries and an old-fashioned movie theater. Those who find a cozy cabin or lodge in Moose Lake to getaway during the winter months can engage in ice fishing, skating, skiing and snowmobiling. The town has access points to the Willard Munger Trail, the Soo Line Trail and the Moose Lake City Bike Trail.
Events worth scheduling a vacation around in Moose Lake include the Chamber BrewFest in early September and the Agate Days celebration, where thousands of people travel to Elm Street to sort quarters from agate dumped onto the road. Contact a local rental property owner for details on event dates.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Moose Lake seasonal events and day trips. Easily compare cabins and Minnesota lodging, then book directly with the best tour guides - the owners or local managers. You won’t find those hidden booking website service fees here.