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Welcome to our Blog page. Each week we post an article about what makes Grand Rapids, Minnesota unique. Enjoy the read!

 

Mar 132019

Grand Rapids Ice Fishing Report

Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019|Blog|

Winter Crappie caught by Will Pappenfus on a Grand Rapids area lake. This week's Grand Rapids Ice Fishing Report is brought to you by Andy Walls, Thousand Lakes Sporting Goods. There is still panfish action right now in the Grand Rapids area. The heavy wet snow is making it more difficult to access [...]

Mar 122019

Spring At The Reif Performing Arts Center

Tuesday, Mar 12, 2019|Blog|

Guest Blogger: Paul Gregersen, Marketing Director, The Reif Center, highlights the full line-up this Spring. While spring brings sunshine and a thaw, the calendar at the Reif Performing Arts Center also heats up as our successful 2018-19 concludes. With over 60 acts visiting Grand Rapids the past seven months, our tradition of stimulating the arts [...]

Mar 62019

Late Season Panfish

Wednesday, Mar 6, 2019|Blog, Fishing|

This week's Grand Rapids Ice Fishing Report brought to you by Tom Neustrom, owner of professional fishing guide service, MN Fishing Connections. Now is the time to reach out to Tom for open water guide services. If he cannot fit you into his schedule, he has several Grand Rapids area professional fishing guides that he [...]

Mar 42019

What Makes Grand Rapids ATV Trails Special

Monday, Mar 4, 2019|Blog|

Be inspired by the local ATV Club Members in learning what makes Grand Rapids ATV trails so special. Grand Rapids has over 300 miles of well maintained ATV trails. These trails are build and maintained by local ATV Clubs. You will find trails are rated easy to moderate riding level. The rail road grade trails [...]

Mar 12019

This Spring Be Inspired By The Locals

Friday, Mar 1, 2019|Blog|

  This Spring Be Inspired By The Locals Let the locals inspire you to head north this Spring to Grand Rapids, Minnesota. We enjoy to be out and about in the Spring because our winter's can get a little long. We enjoy being on the lakes, trails, and foraging in the forests for wild edibles. [...]

Feb 272019

Late Season Ice Fishing Report 2-27-19

Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019|Blog, Fishing|

This week, Tom Neustrom, shares the beginning of the end late season ice fishing report. The walleye and northern pike seasons have ended until May and there is reason to feel a change in species and tactics is upon us. Andy Walls, Thousand Lakes Sporting Goods There are several species available such as bluegill, [...]