I stayed in the AmericInn for 30 days due to a government TDY. I found the people friendly and the...more
Highway 11 West, Baudette, Minnesota, 56623, United States
Good for: Couples
3140 State Hwy 172 NW, Baudette, Minnesota, 56623, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Couples
Rosalie's Restaurant & Lounge: Nice food and nice people!
Rosalie's is a family oriented place next door to the AmericInn in Baudette, MN. It seems to be mainly a lunch and dinner place. They do have a small bar area. People are friendly and willing to accomadate special requests to the best of their ability.
Favorite Dish: All the food is good.Related to:
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Baudette Flying Service
Many fishing and hunting camps in Canada and even several on Lake of the Woods can only be reached by boat or floatplane, and some only by floatplane. Two of the best providers of that service are located in Baudette and Warroad. Neither is a regularly scheduled airline, so you may want to call ahead and make arrangements before actually going to Northern Minnesota. In Baudette contact Baudette Flying Service, Inc.Related to:
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Baudette Local Customs
Baudette Off The Beaten Path
In an article entitled "The Lost Parks," Field & Stream magazine said, "If Minnesota’s Lake of the Woods is well known, this park on its south shore is not." That is truly unfortunate, unless you are one of the few who gets quiet access to it. It has a three mile long beach and many woodland trails within its nearly 3,000 acre expanse. There are...more
The Northwest Angle is almost one of those places that you cannot get to from here. You can get there but you should start in Warroad or Baudette and you have to go by water, air, or Canada. There is no land connection between the remainder of the US and the Northwest Angle. It is about 60 miles (97 km) by road through Canada, if you are driving...more
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Baudette Sports & Outdoors
Did you bring your clubs?
If you have all the fish that you can eat or just do not want your swing to get rusty while you are away, try the semi-private Oak Harbor Golf Course. When I was last there, it was only a nine-hole course but I understand that the back nine is now under construction.
Mark Mitchell designed this addition and was actually working on it when I was there almost five years ago, so it should be a doozey. Construction is projected to be finished in time for a spring, 2006 opening, although the first nine will remain open during construction.
They try to operate from May 1st to mid-October, seven days per week.
Equipment: Bring your own or they have rentals available.Related to:
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