Winter at Breezy Point

ice fishing at breezy point resortIn central Minnesota, we don’t think it’s cold in January! There’s as much to do in the winter as there is in the summer! Gather your family and friends around a beautiful bonfire and let the laughter begin. You know you want to pass on those stories!

Fish House Rental: Breezy Point Fish House Rentals, call Billy at 218-831-9900 or Matt at 218-232-4088.

snowmobiling near brainerdDownhill Skiing: Ski Gull is only a twenty minute drive. Equipment and lessons are available. Ski Gull has snow-making equipment and chair lifts.

Snowmobiling: Breezy Point is located on the groomed trail system in the Lakes Area. Thousands of miles of trails surround the complex, 1500 miles in Crow Wing County alone! Newest of these is the Paul Bunyan State Trail which connects Brainerd to Bemidji, only five miles from the Breezy Point entrance.

snow-tubingSnowmobile Rentals: Boats & Beyond Rentals. Top quality NEW equipment! Helmets and gear available too. Ride the trails back to Breezy, or we’ll deliver. 218-963-7700. www.boatsandbeyondrentals.com

Lighted Skating Rinks: In front of the Marina II and Dockside Lounge, you can show off your skating skills.

cross country skiing in minnesotaTubing: The tubing hill at Primetime is a couple miles from the resort gates. It’s great fun for all ages. The rope tow brings you to the top and laughter brings you to the bottom! Just as much fun to watch as it is to do!  Call 218-562-6013 for details.

Cross Country Skiing: Equipment, trail maps and trail conditions are available at the Breezy Center Recreation Department.

the polar plunge at breezy pointsnow-golf1Ice Fest: Join the fun at Breezy Point for the annual Ice Fest. Ice slide, Broomball tournament, snow golf, horse and dog sleigh rides, power ice auger world championships, bonfires, fireworks and much more. Make it a family outing.

Snow Golf: Work out your winter kinks on our links. Our 9-hole course on the lake has tree-lined fairways and some unbelievable hazards. Players use regular golf clubs and tennis balls. Read story from Minneapolis Star Tribune.