- Free event participation. Vehicle Permit required to enter State Park
The “race” is on for fat bike enthusiasts as the fourth annual Northland Fat Bike Rally approaches at Lake Bemidji State Park. The event will take place on Saturday, March 3, and features both a 10K and a 28K route.
The rally is not just for experienced fat bikers. Anyone with 3.8-inch tires and a helmet can ride the course. Those unfamiliar with this new winter sport can check out various fat bikes, talk with fat bike experts and take a short spin in the snow on one of the bikes.
Because the Northland Fat Bike Rally encourages participation from first time riders, experts, and everything in between, expect more "rally" than "race".
- Northeast side of Lake Bemidji
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The park offers a unique walk into the mysterious world of a spruce-tamarack bog for a chance to view rare orchids and insect eating plants. This popular park offers a beach, volleyball court, hiking & biking trails, boat & canoe rental, and year-round naturalist programs. The park has a 95-site campground including 4 pull-through sites and 4 wheelchair accessible sites., a fill/dump station along with modern restrooms and showers during the summer camping season. In winter, the park has groomed cross-country ski and snowmobile trails and ice fishing.