The natural wonders of the outdoors is in abundance in this part of the state. Pine trees are everywhere in this fabulous bit of land!
There are lots of hiking and biking trails throughout. You can hike or bike all the way out to Breezy Point's "Point", and it takes you along the lake as you go. It is so beautiful in any season of the year!
In winter, there are cross-country ski trails, snowmobiling, and ice skating.
The towns of Pequot Lakes and Nisswa, with their many unique stores and shops, are worth visiting. You can ride the bike trail from Pequot to Nisswa and back--it's VERY picturesque!
Best Things About the Resort:Our two-bedroom timeshare was in Pelican Bay, right on Pelican Lake. All of Pelican Bay's timeshare units are "two-bedrooms for six" and are two-story townhouses with a dark brown-stained exterior.
At Pelican Bay, you can walk right out close to the lake--there's a walking path that's really nice! Each unit has a Jacuzzi room on the first floor with a view of the outdoors.
There's an absolutely fully-equipped kitchen, a spacious dining room area, a lovely living room with a gas fireplace, and a roomy and long closet opposite the kitchen, where you also have a washer/dryer. There's a small, full bathroom on the first floor and a Murphy bed in an area opposite the living room. The second floor has a lovely master bedroom, a very comfortable second bedroom, and a full bathroom. The walls are knotty pine--except where that fireplace is in the living room. There, the entire wall is stone!
The units have a "north woodsy" feel, and that is reflected in the decor.
It's 1,000 square feet of space for perfect relaxation! There's a deck off the back with a grill, too. There are many townhouse units here along the bay that sit on a hill--the lawns are spacious, and there's an outdoor pool, as well, which is open during the summer months.
Maintenance is very good at the resort!
Resort Experience:Breezy Point Resort has a total of 11 timeshare organizations, and therefore, there are a variety of unit sizes and styles.
There are many planned activities during the week at Breezy. It is a very modern, state-of-the-art resort--it certainly deserves its RCI Gold Crown status.
There is a new recreation building that has an indoor pool with a slide! The kids love this pool! On the second level, there is a lounge with a large-screen television and two computers with Internet access.
At the High Village timeshare building, indoors, there's a regular-sized pool, a pool for the little ones, and a hot tub. In the "Breezy Center," there's also an indoor pool, as well as a hot tub.
Golfers will love the two 18-hole courses at Breezy. The clubhouses too!
To catch a great pizza while at Breezy, head to the "Commander Bar"--it's just outside the entrance to the resort. There's entertainment here some nights!
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July 25, 2005
It only had one 3/4 bath, but had a jacuzzi tub in the bedroom. We never used it, but it would've been nice for a romantic getaway.
The condo actually felt like a hotel suite, so I felt a little cramped with four people using it.
The condos had a pool/whirlpool area onsite, but they were INDOOR. By 10:00 a.m. most days, you felt the humidity and heat from the pool area throughout the hallways in the common areas. Unfortunately, there were no sliding glass doors to allow a breeze to go through the center.
From journal Weekend at Breezy Point
November 2, 2003
From journal Minnesota's Breezy Point...Nestled In The Pines!