Blackduck Lake has some of the best fishing Northern MN has to offer! We are known for the walleye and jumbo perch! Although the crappies, sunnies and large mouth bass have been excellent the last few years! And Northern's a always in abundance! But you don't have to just fish Blackduck, we are centrally located between Upper Red lake and Winnie, Cass, Bemidji, not to mention countless small lakes!
Dunrovin is open year round! Wether you need a cabin with lake access or sleeper ice house rentals or day house rentals, you have come to the right place! Our plowed ice roads make it easy to get to your favorite spot!
Blackduck Lake has some great duck hunting!
Thousands of acres of state land surround the Blackduck area, so many possibilities to hunt!
Blackduck Golf Course offers golfers 9 holes of challenging golf. The rolling, 2029 yard course provides a quiet, scenic surrounding to relax and enjoy your game.
Buena Vista Ski Area is only 19 miles from Dunroivn. They are open Mid November through March. Buena Vista Ski Area offers skiing, tubing, snowboarding & horse drawn sleigh rides! Just an excellent place to spend a day for the skiing fanatic!
The Chippewa National Forest provides numerous recreational opportunities, where the discovery of a Lady Slipper or the sighting of wildlife is a pleasant reward. Wide varieties of birds, fish and other wildlife, along with many species of wild flowers, lure those who visit to come back time and time again. The forest is home to the largest community of nesting Bald Eagles in the lower 48 states.
Big Bog Boardwalk: Visit the land of ovoid islands, meat-eating plants, mounds of mosses, bog lemmings, and the great gray owl! The Big Bog Boardwalk is your gateway to experiencing the unique environment of a patterned peatland, Minnesota's largest at over 500 square miles. Known as the Red Lake Peatland, or the Big Bog, it's Minnesota's last true wilderness
The Rabideau CCC Camp was a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in the Chippewa National Forest in northern Minnesota, United States. It is located off Beltrami County Highway 39, in Taylor Township, and is one of the best-preserved of the nation's many CCC camps