Come enjoy beautiful Cass Lake in Minnesota's Northwoods. See our many attractions, including; the Chain of Lakes, Star Island, the paved Mi-Ge-Zi Trail and the Chippewa National Forest. The area provides many recreational activities such as; fishing, boating, canoeing, biking, hiking, and four-wheeling in the summer. In the winter there's ice fishing, snowmobiling and skiing. There's always something for the whole family to do. Please visit www.casslake.com for more information. Cass Lake is located 4 1/2 hours north of the Twin Cities in North Central Minnesota and home of the Chippewa National Forest, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, and five (5) of Minnesota's largest lakes. The Ojibwe offer many colorful Pow-Wow celebrations that are open to the public and operate three Casino's, offering a variety of gaming experiences and ethnic foods. Modern resorts, motels and campgrounds are dispersed amid the many lakes and offer both winter and summer visitors endless activities including fishing, hiking, birding, water-skiing, and many family activities; golfing, horseback riding, and restaurants that feature a variety of dining experiences. In the winter snowmobile and cross-country ski trails offer visitors easy access to this pristine wonderland. To find out more about the Cass Lake Area, please click above on our web site or call our toll free number at 1-800-356-8615. Request a free Cass Lake Area Visitor Guide.