Mille Lacs Area Tourism Council

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  • West side of the City of Isle on Main Street (Hwy 27)

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  • Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Some Saturdays until Noon www.millelacs.com or 888-350-2692 leave a message if after hours.

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  1. Lake Mille Lacs Area Hot Deals

    PO Box 286
    Isle, MN 56342
    Call: (888) 350-2692
    Toll Free: (888) 350-2692

    See our website for special offers throughout the Lake Mille Lacs area. Minnesota lodging deals, dinner specials, package deals and more to make the most of your Minnesota family vacation!

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  1. Lake Mille Lacs Scenic Byway

    Lake Mille Lacs Scenic Byway

    Call: 320-676-9972

    The Lake Mille Lacs 68-mile Scenic Byway is the state’s 22nd byway. Just 30 minutes from Brainerd and 90 miles north of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Offering something for everyone in the family. Whether you're making a trip to Onamia, Isle, Wahkon, Malmo or Garrison to see the huge walleyes or the fall colors, picnicking in the two State Parks, hiking or biking the multi-use trails, cross-country skiing or just relaxing in a cozy resort, it's a trip worth taking.

  2. Soo Line Trail

    Soo Line Trail

    PO Box 286
    Isle, MN 56342
    Call: (320) 676-9972
    Toll Free: (888) 350-2692

    11 mi paved trail between Onamia and Isle. Passes through the village of Wahkon and meanders by forests, farmland and wetlands. Two state parks, Father Hennepin & Mille Lacs Kathio, are easily accessible from the trail via low traffic roads. Points of interest along the trail include the "Ellen Ruth," a former Mille Lacs Lake launch, on exhibit one block from the trail. Biking, hiking. New overpass bridge crosses Hwy 169.

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