Crosslake/Manhattan Beach/Fifty Lakes/Emily

Four-wheeler trails are accessible from our campground.  Enjoy over 100 miles of groomed trails.  Plenty of mud for those who are looking to get a little dirty!   Visit Emily, Outing, Remer, Fifty lakes, Crosslake, Manhatten Beach.  We allow four wheelers/side by sides to be driven from your campsite to the trail start. No having to trailer your machine!  We also offer tubing, kayaking, canoeing with river access on our property.  

This Crosslake neighborhood features dozens of lakes, including the 14 interconnected lakes of the Whitefish Chain of Lakes. In all, the Whitefish Chain includes more than 13,500 acres of water, 119 miles of shoreline, and dozens of bays and islands. The Chain offers great opportunities for boating, fishing, skiing, swimming, and so much more.

The Pine River Dam in Crosslake – at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Cross Lake Recreation Area – is a sight to see on the Whitefish Chain. You can watch the rushing water from the overlook or cast a line and try your hand at fishing.

Crosslake is home to many popular festivals, including Winterfest and Crosslake Days, but the most popular event is the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration.

Interesting shops, great golfing, inviting restaurants and mini golf are another characteristic of this community. The eastern portion of the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway travels through Crosslake and Manhattan Beach, along the Whitefish Chain of Lakes. The Crosslake Historic Log Village takes you back in time to the 1800s. Check out the general store, tourist camp, logger’s camp, and more.

The Chamber’s Welcome Center in Crosslake can be found at the corner of Route 66 and County Road 3 in Crosslake (35446 County Road 3). 

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