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Northern Lights Warroad at Allison Park
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Allison Park
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Allison Park features a playground, covered picnic areas, a gazebo, a grand gazebo, an amphitheater, a pavilion that has its own set of tables and chairs and a mini kitchen, splash pad, and a hill (sledding for the winter and a fun place to sit to watch events at the amphitheater). There is also a statue installment known as the Northborn Statues. Don’t miss the big sign of Minnesota that says “We are northborn” and has the northern lights displayed on it at night.

528 E Lake St , Warroad, MN 56763
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Beltrami Island State Forest
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This second largest state forest occupies an area of 669,000 acres spanning the counties of Roseau, Lake of the Woods, and Beltrami. Canoeing, biking, fishing, hunting, picnicking, hiking, horseback riding trails, cross country ski trails, and 138 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Off-road vehicles (ATVs, etc.) are allowed on all trails unless posted closed. No fee for camping.

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Bemis Hill Campground
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Located in Beltrami Island State Forest. Features hiking and groomed snowmobile trails. Campground open in Fall and Winter. A picturesque site can be experienced from the top of Bemis Hill, a favorite spot for recreational sledding in winter. Campground is handicap accessible. Pets allowed in campground. Sanitary dump station.  From Warroad drive south 11 miles on County 5 to sign.

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Canadian National Depot
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In April 1980, Governor Quie signed a bill making the Canadian National Station a state historical site. In December 1981, Marvin families donated $25,000 to purchase the building in memory of George and Almina Marvin. Restoration began November 1983. The depot was dedicated and opened to the public on July 4, 1985. The oak doors, window casings, and woodwork are restored from the original building, as is the counter at the office window. The public washroom doors are from the original building. The depot now serves as the Warroad City Office center. The depot is also on the National Register of Historical Places.

121 Main Av NE , Warroad, MN 56763
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Doc's Harbor Inn
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Doc’s Harbor Inn is a  Historical vacation rental property built-in 1914 on the banks of the Warroad River. It is an elegant old home that offers great river views and a unique stay in Warroad, MN. Doc’s features 4 private bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, full kitchen, living room, and dining room. There is off-street parking, WiFi, Cable TV, dock space in the summer, and access to the snowmobile trail. Doc’s Harbor Inn is located within walking distance to downtown Warroad and Lake of the Woods Brewery. We are located 1 mile up river from Lake of the Woods and 1 mile from the Warroad Arena.

106 Dale Ave SE , 56763
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Garden Arena
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When visiting the original “Hockeytown USA™” every hockey fan should stop by and see the old Olympic Arena and the Gardens for a complete look at the history of hockey in Warroad.  Ice Arenas – lobby rental available.

707 Elk St NW , Warroad, MN 56763
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Hampton Inn
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Coming Fall 2020.  The Hampton Inn Warroad will include an enlarged pool area, kiddie pool including play structures, fitness center, two-story pool, rooftop patio, open ceiling lobby, large breakfast area, lobby bar, hockey room, state of the art audio visual conferencing systems among other unique guest amenities all part of the thoughtful design.

109 N State Avenue , Warroad, MN 56763
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Harbor Park
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Dock slips available. Located along the Warroad River behind Lake of the Woods Coffee Company.

River Street NE , Warroad, MN 56763
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Hayes Lake State Park
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Just 27 miles southwest of Warroad. Follow Hwy 11 west to Co Rd 9, then south on to County Rd 4.  Park Permits: $35 annual, $7 daily.  Open year round for daily use. Regular camping season: May – Sept.  The central focus of the park is the lake and the north fork of the Roseau River. Here there is an abrupt transition from farmland to wilderness. This secluded park gives visitors a chance to see a variety of Minnesota wildlife. Loons, moose, beaver, fisher, otter, lynx, black bear and wolves live in the area. Enjoy rustic campgrounds, swimming, fishing, and boating. 13 miles of hiking trails, cross-country ski trails, groomed snowmobile trails. Canoe and kayak rentals: half-day and full day.

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Indian Burial Grounds
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Burial site is located on the corner of Jeans Dr. & Carol St.nnYou will see 4 little houses built over the mounds under some large stately trees on your left (south side).

48.9061080, -95.3269180 , Warroad, MN 56763
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Indoor Pool
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Located at the Middle School on Cedar Ave., the indoor pool offers Olympic-size lanes, locker rooms, showers, bleacher seating, diving boards, sauna, and whirlpool. Swimming lessons are offered in the summer and open swim, adult and senior swim times are allocated throughout the year. This pool was donated to the town of Warroad by William S. Marvin and dedicated December 1992.

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Lost River State Forest
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Located along the Canadian Border north of Hwy 11 running from Hwy 313 west to almost Hwy 89. Wildlife area, fishing, and hunting. The area’s 63,000 acres of primitive forest contains much of the original animal and plant life native to the area. It is a reliable location for viewing great gray owls and a number of other bird species; the best birding spot is the northernmost three miles of Hwy 310. There are no developed recreational areas but access is available to some parts by highway and county roads. Minimum maintenance roads, hiking forest trails. Snowmobiling.

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Marvin Windows and Doors
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At Marvin, we’re driven by this purpose: to imagine and create better ways of living.

As people spend more time indoors, we recognize that our work isn’t just about building better windows and doors – it’s about opening new possibilities for how people live, work, think and feel inside a Marvin space.

Since the day we opened our doors in 1912 as a family-owned and operated cedar and lumbar company, we’ve looked for ways to help people live better. We continue to evolve by raising the bar, building quality, beauty and simplicity into people’s everyday lives.

802 State Ave , 56763
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North Country Cruisers, Inc.
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Area car club. Organizers of North Country Cruisers Motorhead Classic held during the last weekend in June.

32078 646th Ave , Warroad, MN 56763
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Northwest Angle State Forest
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Near Sprague, Manitoba on Provincial Hwy 308 to #525. Located on Lake of the Woods. Private resorts, camping, boat launch, power boat rental, canoeing, sailing, and fishing.

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Olympic Arena
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When visiting the original “Hockeytown USA™” every hockey fan should stop by and see the old Olympic Arena and the Gardens for a complete look at the history of hockey in Warroad.  Ice Arenas – lobby rental available.

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Outdoor Arena
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Just behind the Olympic arena, you’ll find a free outdoor arena open to the public. During school hours, many kids spend their recess on this ice. Dress warmly!

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Outdoor Pool
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The outdoor swimming pool offers a sandy bottom and beach style edges providing a great alternative for lake swimming. Shower areas and changing rooms are provided and a lifeguard is on duty. The outdoor pool is open June – August, 1-6pm, weather permitting. Cost: $3 per person.

4th Ave NE & MacKenzie , Warroad, MN 56763
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Point Park
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The Warroad Point Park remains a community gathering place and a great place to see the open water of beautiful Lake of the Woods.  Public boat access, ample parking, fishing pier, and heated fish cleaning houses make Warroad Point Park a terrific home base for fishermen.  The park also offers newly constructed playground equipment, picnic shelters, campground, and an outdoor swimming pool.  Nature viewing from Warroad Point Park’s observation tower and drive-up nature viewing area offer a terrific opportunity for bird watching as the park is the first stop on the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail.  Warroad’s paved walking/biking path begins at the park and weaves through the outskirts of town.  Casino gaming, shopping, and lakeshore dining are within a block or two of the park.  Campground Reservations: 218-386-1004 or 218-386-1454 Picnic Shelter Reservations: 218-386-1454

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Rainbow Park
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Children’s playground one block from Lake of the Woods and the Warroad City Campgrounds at Warroad Point Park.