to Fishing Leech Lake, Minnesota!
Lake offers some of the most expansive waters
in Minnesota, are is the heart of the Chippewa
National Forest. The dense woods and sparkling
lakes of the forest give the area a near-wilderness
character, but those
who vacation here will find all the comforts
The Leech Lake Walker, Minnesota area is
a favorite of anglers searching for walleye,
northern pike, bass, muskie and panfish.
Dozens of family resorts and campgrounds
are tucked into the forest, near the town
Several small rivers and lakes are perfect
for canoeing, and reward paddlers with views
of eagles, loons, waterfowl and other wildlife.
The Chippewa Forest as the highest concentration
of bald eagles anywhere in the continental
U.S.--almost 200 pairs. There's a wide variety
of birds in the forest, a lure for birders.
The Chippewa Forest has visitor information
and naturalist programs at centers in Walker,
town of Walker, on the shores of Leech Lake,
is a hub of activity with its restaurants,
craft shops and boutiques, waterslide, golf
courses, festivals and history museums.
Winter brings out the snowmobilers, ice
anglers, and cross-country skiers, plus
an unusual festival in Walker that pays
homage to an ugly fish called the eelpout.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Leech Lake Minnesota Area!