Minnesota is a top Midwest destination for snowmobile trips! Browse popular cabin rentals and lodging located along the state's scenic trails.
The Lodge on Rush Lake
MN snowmobiling trails are abundant in Minnesota, but some destinations are just more popular. These regions have snowmobile clubs, professionally groomed trails, and lots of winter things to do for a seamlessly perfect Minnesota cold-season vacation. The Leech Lake area has the Paul Bunyan Trail and the Heartland trail which weaves around (and over) lakes and streams; along towering pine forests and scenic backroads. The Paul Bunyan trail goes from Brainerd to Bemidji while the Heartland Trail goes from Cass Lake to Walker and eventually meets up with the Paul Bunyan Trail.
See a list of snowmobile trails in Minnesota
Here is a PDF of the Paul Bunyan and Heartland State Trails
Snowmobiling the Paul Bunyan trail
Year around MN resorts and cabin rentals nearby:
Walker MN Resorts Bemidji Area Cabins Two Harbors Lodging
Snowmobiling in the Iron Range could take all week if you wanted (and let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want it to?) 2,000 miles of well groomed trails and well-marked signs in the Iron Range are terrific. The Iron Range averages over 100 inches of snow through the year. Some would argue that the Arrowhead Trail is one of the best and is located near the towns of Cook and Tower. This trail is 135 miles long and hooks up with several other trails. This stroll is not only scenic and abundant with wildlife viewing opportunities but it is gently rolls through birch and pine forests and past many lakes.
Snowmobiling the Arrowhead trail
...and here are some year around MN resorts and cabin rentals nearby:
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