WILDWOODRIDGE VACATIONS LODGE UNIT 1
Large, 900 sq ft apartment style lodge. Has one large bedroom with two queen beds. It also has a full kichen, with maple cabinets, microwave oven, sink, countertops, coffee maker, toaste and a double door refrigerator with ice maker.
It has a living room, TV room with a full sized futon, and a love seat sized futon. It has cable TV and WIFI EVERYWHE. It has a window conditioner that you set your own temperature, and for the cold days, a full sized natural gas forced air furnace. The furnace thermostat is located in the large bedroom, so you can set it for your comfort at night.
Loated on a one acre wooded lot, secluuded and private, yet close walking distance to the downtown Croslake, MN shopping.
Crosslake, MN is 23 miles NE of Brianerd, MN on County Highway 3 north towrds Fifty Lakes, MN
Wildwoodridge Vacations Lodge Unit 2, is on the right hand side of Cty Rd 3.
Crosslake, is the only town located directly on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes The lake chain was created by a dam on the river outlet in Crosslake
Crosslake has all shopping needs, within waking distance of this ladge. It is located on a secluded one acre wooded lot, with a mix of birch, oak, and pine trees. This area has walking trails, snowmobile trails in and out. The Paul Bunyan Trail is just north of here and there are snowmobile trials linking with it. Trails also link with Emily, MN, Fifty Lakes MN, Ideal Corners.
Access is by Hwy 3 coming in from the south, and Route 66 from Hwy 1 on the north, and Hwy 3 from Fifty Lakes. There are several other cross country county roads coming from Pequate Lakes, Nisswa, and Hwy 1 from Pine River, MN
The towns namesake, Crosslake, is one of the largest lakes in the chain. It links to all of the other lakes by way of channels. Some of the adjacent lakes are, Rush Lake, Daggot Lake, Little Pine Lake.
Some of the better known spots nearby include, THE WARF, a bar/restaurnat that is accessible by car or boat. MOODLIGHT BAY, a bar/restaurant, that is well known as a hot nightspot with frequent bands. It is accessible by car or boat. Then there is Manhatten Beach. a bar/restaurnt of high renoun, probably the best in the area, with a full staff and chef of fine cuisine. Everyone has to stop there, and enjoy both the indoors, and Trout Lake shoreling for boating at its docks. It is also accessible by car or boat on the Chain, just north of town on Route 66. On the way you will pass by The Burbon Room, a bar/restaurant on a nearby Fox Lake. You will find all kinds of shopping, grocery, hardware, banks, ATV dealers, boat dealers and repair, all within Crosslake.