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Real Estate in Lake George, Minnesota
MinnesotaBound.com is proud to show you,
Lake George, Minnesota (Home of the Great Blueberry Festival)
is located about 6 miles from Lake Itasca State Park. I want to bring attention
to this nice quaint small town to all the shoppers on the road! Ok Guys,
there's something here for you too! LOL -The whole town is one big craft
shoppers delight! Check out a few nice photos and visit the local sponsors
pages, your in for a real treat here!
Lake George is a 788 acre spring fed lake which provides excellent
fishing for Crappies, Northern, Walleye, Bass and Panfish. You can also
enjoy swimming, canoeing, and water skiing. Hikers and campers will
find the birch and pine forests a nature lover's paradise, filled with
all the varieties of birds, animals and wild flowers.
Lake George is FAMOUS for its Blueberries! In July, people come from
near and far to pick the wild blueberries and enjoy our Blueberry Festival
Lake Itasca Moccasin
will make you a custom fit pair of moccasins in many styles! They get orders
from around the entire country and are widely known supplying wholesalers
Click banner below
to see Itasca Moccasin.
The School Craft Gallery
has many unique gifts located about the grounds in different uniquely decorated
and themed buildings. The Trading Post was my favorite, my wife liked
the Teddy Bear House ... very cute!
yet another craft store called Bonnies,
and the Wigwam craft store. How many wrestling fans are out there?
Remember the days of Vern Gagne and his son Greg with the High Flyers?
How about Mad Dog Vashon? Nick Bockwinkle? Mean Gene?
OK ............ how about the CLAW! The Baron
Von Raschke! Of course you do! Well, he owns the Wigwam! Now
that alone is a reason to stop when coming through Lake George! I stopped
in and said hi, what a real nice guy! He even let me grab a picture of
him and the famous pose with the hand coming out into the claw. Way cool!
Here is an update 8/2001 - The Wigwam was sold by the Baron and is now owned by
Darrin & Kathy Bridgeman.
Lake George - what a neat place to stop and stretch the legs, check
out some great craft shops and meet a celebrity. But if you blink while
driving past this small town Minnesota Gem, you'll miss it all, ... and that
would be a shame :(