2023 Fall Resort Tour

CMR Fall Resort Tour Wednesday, September 13, starting at 10 am!

No registration is needed, but please sign in at our first stop, South Isle Family Campground, so we know who attended. The tour starts at 10 am, and we will visit four member resorts & campgrounds in the following order:

  • South Isle Family Campground, 39002 Highway 47, Isle
  • Fiddlestix RV & Golf Resort, 1081 395th St, Isle
  • Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort, 45401 Mille Lacs Pkwy, Isle
  • The Red Door Resort, 38421 State Hwy 18, Aitkin

For more information about the tour, please don't hesitate to contact Kyle Walter at cmreducation@minnesota-resorts.com or 847-366-8340.

2022 Fall Resort Tour

The Fall Tour was held on Wednesday, September 14, when we visited the beautiful Walker/Leech Lake area. Five resorts opened their doors to us. After a lot of good company and conversation, we went home revitalized with many new ideas for our own resorts and campgrounds!

2021 Fall Resort Tour

This tour was held on Wed, Sept. 22 beginning with Arcadia Lodge at 8:30 am. The next stop was Lakewood Lodge and then wrapping up around noon at Cedar Point Resort. Thank you to all our gracious hosts and attendees!

Arcadia Lodge
52001 Co Rd 284
Bigfork, MN 56628

Lakewood Lodge
53026 Co Rd 35
Deer River, MN 56636

Cedar Point Resort
38268 Cedar Point Road
Marcell, MN 56657

Fall 2020: Due to COVID, we cancelled our Fall Resort Tour and scheduled outdoor resort gatherings instead. Thank you to the following resorts that offered their outside facilities for these gatherings: Ten Mile Lake Resort in Dalton, Diamond Lake Resort in Atwater, Two Inlets Resort in Park Rapids and Cedar Point Resort in Marcell. We appreciate your efforts.

 Fall 2019: We toured in the Cass Lake/Blackduck Area.


Thank you to our host resorts Lost Acres Resort, Cass Lake Lodge and Joe's Lodge, and Sah Kah Tay Beach Resort.

Over 50 of your fellow resorters saw how these resorts operate and gathered new ideas, shared stories from the season and learned from other resorters.

It is always a great time to see old friends or make new friends and just spend a relaxing day away from your resort after a busy summer season