Things To Do

There’s something to do for everyone in every season at Sportsman’s. Below you’ll see all of the things you can do during your trip to Sportsman’s Lodge.

Enjoy everything the area has to offer from the lake to the local small towns. Baudette is located 12 miles away from the main lodge and Warroad is located 30 miles away.

Fish the Walleye Capital of the World

Fishing is legendary here. Let us guide you to the catch. No experience, no hassles or equipment required!
Enjoy a day on the water enjoying the outdoors and pulling in wall-eyes! Fun for the whole family.

Northern Lights

Sit back and enjoy the show on a clear evening.

Historic Depot

Visit the historic newly renovated depot downtown Baudette. Special events are scheduled throughout the year.

Forests to Explore

Lake of the Woods county along with the two counties to our east and west have more than 3 million acres of public land to enjoy. Click Here for more information.

The Grand Theatre

Blockbuster hits showing five nights a week. For more information call the movie line at 634-1784.

Norris Camp

Historic Norris Camp is a preserved civilian conservation corps camp from the 1930’s. Now the headquarters of the Red Lake Wildlife Management Area, tours are available from the DNR staff at the camp year round. Norris Camp was established under one of president Roosevelt’s “New Deal” programs in 1935 and employed close to 200 men and officers performing a variety of tasks.

Scenic Drives

Take a drive and explore the Lake of the Woods area. You will enjoy the views of the lake, trees, wildlife, plants and wildflowers.

Many drives also include old homesteads and are great spots to pick wild blueberries in late July and early August.

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Seven Clans Casino

Located just a short 30 miles away in Warroad Minnesota. The 7 Clans Casino offers over 600 slot machines, Black Jack and Texas Hold’em.

Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre

Historical Centre, located west of Fort Frances, is one of the most significant centres of early habitation and ceremonial burial in North America. The centre features galleries and exhibits, which display different points of the last 10,000 years of aboriginal history, a 3-km walk along Rainy River, a teepee camp and village reconstructions. The centre also features a gift shop and restaurant. Click here for more information.

Visit Canada

Rainy River is an attractive rural community of about 1,000 people located along the Minnesota/Ontario border. It is also a major border crossing into Sunset Country from the United States. The Rainy River area is home to 130 species of birds along with large populations of moose, black bear and deer. Hannam Park, located on the shores of Rainy River, is a perfect family vacation spot with its sandy beach, volleyball court, playground and wading pool. Click Here for more information.