Northern Minnesota Resort
Dixon lake Resort Rd.
Lake MN. 56681
Ice Hot Line. 1-218-659-4002
Ice OUT. April 13th
2015 with these high winds and sunshine the ice is out here on Dixon. Lets go fishen.
about open water, flowers just opening up to the warmth of the sun, fuzzy ducks, rainbows, fresh cut grass, the sound of the
wind wispering through the trees and you and your lawn chair in the shade.
Give us a call and maybe we can help
you plan your next family vacation.
We have Free Wi-Fi that reaches all our cabins and camp sites
New this winter is cable TV to the lake side cabins. No extra charge. TV's are all set up with dvd players. We
rent moves or bring your own.
Located deep in the Chippewa National Forest,
only 5 miles from
the North end of Lake Winnibigoshish's
State-owned boat landing.
Dixon Lake is a great fishing lake with varying depths, weed beds, islands
and a beautiful shore line. It is noted for its excellent spring and fall Walleye Bite. Crappie fishing at its best
all year long either through the ice or off the docks. Sunnies, bass, and perch are pleniful and there are
the ever hungry northern to insure that no one gets skunked on this lake. Third River flows from Dixon into Winnie and insures
a wide variety of fishing opportunities all year around. Dixon offers a quiet, peaceful alternative to Winnie when the
wind is up so you still can bring home supper.
are looking for a family fishing vacation, a hunting trip with the guys, some quiet time with hiking, beautiful fall colors,
or an excursion with snowmobiles or 4-wheelers, or spearing and angling out on the ice.
Dixon Lake Resort is the place
WHY DO THEY LOVE US...
and Winnie have a great walleye bite in the spring and early summer, along with big crappies, sunnies and perch.
With fishing right off the docks there is no need to go anywhere else. But if you must you just have to get up 5 minutes
earler and take the 5 mile drive to a nice state owned landing on Lake Winnibigoshish's third river floweage. Red Lake
is only 50 minute away and with other area lakes near by Dixon Lake Resort is the perfect Location.
Kids love our sandy shoreline , shady play ground, our crafty time and fun activaties most with a nature theme. Not
limited to kids. Mom's we can have fun too. It is amazing what you can do with a pinecone, a rock, some sand and
lots of imagination, add kids and you have a great vacation. This year we are going to try Pony rides, bugs permiting.
Come meet Candy and her other 4 legged friends.
Check out the new play yard. We spiffed things up a bit
and the kids just flock to it.
Our "Up North" lakeside cabins
are spaced out on the waters edge, comfortable new or newly remodeled. Each has it's own theme and
air conditioning, soft water, fresh linens,
full kitchen, with microwave. Some have gas fireplaces, decks or screened in porches.
Each cabin has lots of yard space, fire ring,
charcoal grill, picnic table and a dock. Each cabin will get free dock space for one boat. OR a Free 14 ' boat.
This is a quiet resort with
lakeside cabins so close to the water we hope you don't sleep walk. You will get the peacefulness needed to
wipe away the stress from your life!
Spear house rentals, Dark House Rentals, Dark house spearing, Angling House Rentals, Minnesota Family
Fishing Resort, Deer Hunting, Lake Side Cabins, Grouse Hunting, Hunting the Chippewa, Lake Winnibigoshish, Lake
Winnie. Spearing the third river flowage. Sleeper house rentals, childerns activaties, bear hunt packages, 4 wheeler
trails, ATV trails,up north, northern mn resort, pan fishing, walleye fishing, crappies fishing, trophie sunnfish lake, bass
fishing, northern fishing, handicap accesable fish houses, handiecap cabins, full service resort, meal plans, reunion packages,
Hunting Lodge, bird watching, duck hunting, goose hunting, seasonal RV sites, 4th of July Vacations, Winter get aways, Winter
for stopping by.
|So proud of the gardens this year. And just look at that little face.
|Come Hunt, Fish, and enjoy Nature.
|The Crappies are still on.
|Crappie caught Sat. 8/16th.
|Dixon Lake Resort and the Chippewa