Splash into Spring in Sunny Park Rapids, MN
It seems like just yesterday we were prepping the turkey and dusting off the Christmas decorations. But now, the cold weather is fading, snow is melting, flowers are nearly blooming, and spring is officially in the air. There’s no better way to celebrate the arrival of warm weather in Minnesota than some well-earned lake time. Park Rapids, MN, sits at the headwaters of the Mississippi River just south of Itasca State Park and is dotted with lakes and wooded areas that make the region a nature lover’s paradise.
Historic Little Norway Resort
At Little Norway Resort, guests can splash into spring for our season-opening, which lands in May. Little Norway Resort is a family-owned resort north of Park Rapids, MN, located on the shores of Little Mantrap Lake. Our little slice of paradise sits on a large swath of lakeside property and boasts 20 charming cabins that will fit the whole family.
Spend the sunny days of late spring and early summer by hitting the beach at Little Norway Resort. Our resort near Park Rapids, MN, has its very own gently sloping, southwest-facing beach that is the ideal location for long warm days and sunset views. With a swim raft just offshore and paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats available, there’s something to do for the whole family.
An Idyllic Fishing Resort
Beyond our sandy beach, there are a plethora of fishing opportunities in Little Lake Mantrap. Schedule a fishing outing and board a pontoon boat rental to fish for largemouth bass, crappies, sunfish, and walleye. All of which can be found in the depths of our crystal-clear, spring-fed lake. Little Mantrap’s waters are so clear that you can see 12-15 feet down below the surface, which makes fishing a breeze.
To find out more about our charming resort near Park Rapids, MN, please visit us online. Plan a family reunion or getaway and pack everyone into our delightful lakeside cabins. You’re sure to enjoy your time at Little Norway Resort! Celebrate the arrival of warm weather with us this spring and early summer.