Go inside the Information Center to find helpful guidebooks and maps for Breezy Point and Pequot Lakes- home of Paul Bunyan's fishing bobber.
Today you see a unique condominium structure which is an example of architects designing school buildings across the nation that were transformed with other uses during the past several decades.
Located across from Scandia North, the little church was originally the German Lutheran Church, later the Pequot Lakes Baptist Church.
The historic 100-foot fire lookout tower is listed on the National Register of Historic Lookouts.
On the south side of CSAH 11 is Nickel Road which winds along the north shore of Rice Lake.
Rice Lake, one of the few remaining natural wildlife lakes in the area, is home to a variety of fur bearers, watefowl, and reptiles.
The new ice arena is open year round and used for hockey and public skating.
Land for the two mile loop trail was dedicated by developers in 1978 and became a part of the original plats.
The impressive stone gates were built by a Pillager man named Peterson between 1925 and 1930. Mr. Peterson also built the steps by the Breezy Chapel.
The city park offers a playground, ball field and pavilion. The latest addition of equipment was done in 2001.