Fremont's Point Resort
(218) 652-3299


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Joe & Tracy Ganley
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Fremont's Point
28104 Junco Drive
Nevis, MN 56467

Wilderness Fishing

B
ig Mantrap Lake contains 1770 acres of clear, clean water. It has miles of undeveloped shoreline and is one of the most picturesque lakes in the Park Rapids area. It contains Minnesota's trophy fish, the mighty Muskie, as well as Northern Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Blue Gills and Sunfish. Free use of 14' Aluminum fishing boat, paddle boat and canoe and a dock space is included with cabin rental. Motors and pontoons are available for rent.

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Pan Fish

 

Muskie

Activities

T
he perfect Northwoods vacation combines wilderness beauty, area attractions, fantastic food and summer festivals - balanced by peace, solitude and getting away from it all. Our unique location provides all of that.

Pan Fish

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In addition to our prime peninsula location on Mantrap Lake, we are conveniently located near many local offerings. We are only three miles from the Paul Bunyan State Forest. You could stop by the village of Lake George on your way to Itasca State Park and the Headwaters of the Mississippi, which is only a half-hour’s drive away. The village of Dorset, the restaurant capital, is nearby as well as the community of Nevis, where you can play mini-golf, rent bikes, enjoy a coffee or ice cream treat, shop or dine at one of the local restaurants. Enjoy a movie or shop in a variety of shops in downtown Park Rapids, where you can park in the middle of the street.

The area is scattered with delightful golf courses for golfers of all ability levels to enjoy. The Heartland Trail is a 27-mile bike trail from Park Rapids to Walker, passing through Dorset, Nevis, and Akeley. The Woodtick Theater in Akeley offers Branson-style entertainment throughout the summer.

After all those activities, guests unwind and relax in our lodge which is left open 24 hours a day. There you will find a massive stone fireplace to curl up by, a ping pong and pool table, piano, books, games, TV/VCR and wireless Internet access. Our grounds include a shuffleboard court, bonfire pit, benches for loon and eagle watching, a free paddle boat and canoe, and most of all peacefulness. While impromptu gatherings around the bonfire pit may be a nightly event, activities are not planned at Fremont’s Point.