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Acorn Hill Family Resort and Fishing Lodge

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4691 Acorn Hill Lane NW
Walker, Minnesota 56484

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Prime location ideal for: fishing, family reunions & summer holidays. Our resort offers: wireless internet, swimming pool, jacuzzi, beach, water slide/trampoline, kayaks, fishing/hunting guides and pro-fishing seminars. Lodge, game room, pavilion, lunch counter, tackle, gas and bait. Protected harbor w/boat/motor/pontoon rentals. 1-3 BR cabins. RV sites/hookups. Pets welcome. Open mid April through mid Oct, shopping, restaurants, golf & casinos. Welcome to Acorn Hill Family & Fishing Resort, a wonderful place to stay on beautiful Leech Lake in Minnesota. Our secluded resort is ideal for fishing, icefishing, snowmobiling, family reunions, family vacations, holidays, and hunting. Perfect for fishing opener, summer holidays, fall hunting, snowmobile excursions or ice fishing.

Acorn Hill Family & Fishing Resort offers a wide variety of recreational activities and services to make your vacation a fun and relaxing retreat for the whole family. Our tranquil setting offers a private beach, water slide, water trampoline, playground, hot tubs and a heated swimming pool. Bring the kids and get back to nature as you play and relax amidst the beauty and solitude of Acorn Hill Family & Fishing Resort.

Leech Lake is one of the largest lakes in MN. It offers an extensive variety of fishing, and is home to species of record largemouth bass, trophy muskie, perch, crappie, northern pike, and of course walleye.

- Doug Schultz of the Minn Dept. of Natural Resources says, "That without a doubt, Leech Lake was the hottest walleye destination in 2008."

- Al Mass, a renowned fishing guide that has been guiding on Leech Lake for more than 40 years, says, "Last year was one of the best he has ever seen, and predicts that it will be the destination of choice for walleye fishing again in 2009. Last year there were reports of people catching 50 to 75 walleye per day. " Al said, "The bite here is as good as anywhere in the country, if not better." Mass added, "Walleye of all sizes were biting, small, mid length, and all the way up to 31 inches. It wasn't uncommon to see several upwards of the 20 inches."

Contribute this to the stocking of walleye by the DNR, and the control of Cormorants by the Leech Lake Ojibwa reservation for 4 years.


Apr 15, 2013 - Oct 15, 2013



Apr 15, 2013 - Oct 15, 2013
Northwest > Mississippi Headwater Lakes > Walker
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