Eagle Ridge Golf Club • (218)-245-2217 Website
Eagle Ridge is cut out of Minnesota’s north woods overlooking scenic Trout Lake. Open for play in 1996, this 18-hole par 72 championship layout was designed by Garrett Gill of Williams, Gill & Associates.
Sugarbrooke Golf Club • (218)-327-1462 Website
You’ll like it here at Sugarbrooke. The layout feels just right. Where opposites like challenge and relaxation somehow coexist. On a course winding its way through a lush, northern Minnesota forest, you can focus better on your game. Unwind. Get back to the reason you started playing in the first place.
Blueberry Hills Golf Course • (218)-246-8010 Website
We are welcoming you to our 9 hole public golf course. Blueberry Hills was built in 1973 by a previous owner. Before this it was a farmland and what is now the clubhouse used to be a barn. With the new ownership, this barn, our clubhouse, has been updated and remodeled. So if you are in the area camping, fishing, etc. stop by and take a swing.
Swan Lake Country Club • (218)-885-3543 Website
Swan Lake Country Club is a par-36 scenic 9-hole golf course. The blue tees offer a challenging 3,235 yards. The white tees play 3,079 yards followed by the red tees at 2,752 yards.
Pokegama Golf Club • (218)-326-3444 Website
Designed by Brauer & Associates in 1977 along with some remodeling by Joel Goldstrand in 1994, this 6,481 yard, par-71 offers breathtaking views of Pokegama Lake, rolling terrain, mature trees, water, abundant bunkering and severely undulating greens.
Golf on the Edge • (218)-743-3626 Website
In 1990 investors from the area pool their resources and formed The Edge of the Wilderness Golf Course in Bigfork, MN. Then in 1999 the course was sold to the Baileys, Dvoraks and Warrens who formed Wilderness Golf Course. In 2005 the course was sold to the Gylfees who formed Golf on the Edge. The idea for this name came from Ken Dvorak.
Mac Rostie Art Center • (218) 326-2697 Website
We’re all about art.
We teach it. We sell it. We exhibit it.
Mac Rostie Art Center is a gathering place where artists and community members can share in the belief that art is the heart and soul of a community. Located in downtown Grand Rapids, the MAC is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. We are funded in part by Blandin and McKnight Foundations, the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, and through the generous support of our members and sponsors.
Forest History Center • (218)-743-3626 Website
The Forest History Center has just opened new interactive exhibits and a renovated Visitor Center. The new exhibits include a state-of-the-art timber harvester simulator, a multimedia theater show about forest fires and many other interactive exhibits about the natural and cultural history of the forest
Itasca Historical Society • (218)-743-3626 Website
Currently showing a nice collection of Barns found throughout Itasca County. Each barn owner has written oral histories and artifacts to share their love of their family barn. Come learn about local history through Itasca County barns and their owners. Showing today!