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About Leech Lake

The Leech Lake area has built a strong reputation for its wonderful family vacations and fishing getaways. Visitors are sure to find their ideal lodging option as Leech Lake has over 30 resorts, lodges, campgrounds, and hotels lining its pristine shores. Leech Lake is a nationally recognized game fish lake, which offers some of the best fishing in Minnesota – particulary Walleye and Muskie fishing!

Fishing vacations aren’t the only reason to visit Leech Lake, there are also plenty of family activities and area events to enjoy. There are recreational activities, for every season. You can enjoy the lakes, golf, shopping, hunting, ski trails, snowmobile trails and more. Have fun with your family at our fine Minnesota resorts and in the Walker area today.


Fishing in Minnesota

Leech Lake Fishing

Leech Lake is the third largest lake in Minnesota and is known for offering the best Walleye fishing and Muskie fishing in the Midwest. With 195 miles of shoreline, 112,835 acres to explore and a maximum depth of 156 feet in Walker Bay, both professional fishermen and family fishing trips alike are sure to enjoy a successful day of fishing on Leech Lake. Leech Lake is made up of several bays, giving you the feel of a small lake, with all of the options of a larger lake. Let us help you find MN lodging for your Leech Lake fishing trip!

Family Fun on a Minnesota Lake

Minnesota Family Vacations

For a great Minnesota family vacation, the Leech Lake area has a lot of options to give your family a memorable MN vacation experience. With Minnesota family resorts lining Leech Lake's shore, and activities like hiking, fishing, camping, resorts, shopping and lake activities, you are certain to look forward to returning to the Walker and Leech Lake area year after year. The Walker area also has historic sites and museums, kid’s activities and many festivals. So what are you waiting for? Visit the Leech Lake area today.

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