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January 23, 2006
From journal Road Trip! (by dogsled?)
October 7, 2005
We stayed in the two-bedroom, two-bath condo. Bedrooms were lofted (both beds queens). Murphy bed on the main floor, plus pull out couch. In-room hot tub and fireplace, along with two decks and gas grill. Full kitchen and laundry room. These rooms rocked.
From journal BREEZY POINT WITH FAMILY
October 6, 2005
Commander Bar, many lakes with good fishing, many small towns with cute shops, golf
Resort was very peaceful and quiet. On-site pools (3) with game room. Indoor hot tub and fireplace. Fishing very close along with golf.
Fabulous resort! Staff great and beautiful rooms, seemed newly renovated inside. Stayed in a two-bedroom and it was bigger then some friends’ apartments. Will be back with friends or family anytime. Five stars!
August 26, 2005
Since those early beginnings, Breezy Point has seen continuous spurts of growth. While most of the original 1920s buildings were lost in a fire many years ago, there are a wide range of accommodations and amenities ranging from old to new.
The two primary attractions of the resort are the marina and golf courses. Located on Pelican Lake, and giving access to the Whitefish Chain of lakes, Breezy Point is a great launching point for fishermen. Many guests bring their own boats and dock at the marina or rentals of anything from fishing boats, jet-skis, or 12-25 foot pontoons are available.
Golf is definitely a highlight at Breezy Point. The resort hosts two great golf courses and is surrounded by many other world-class golf options. During the summer months, vacationers can take advantage of a weekly golf membership providing unlimited access to the Breezy courses.
A unique feature at Breezy Point is the Ice Arena. This is northern Minnesota and hockey and figure skating are important in this area. The Breezy Ice Arena is home to a couple of local hockey teams and has several nights each week available for open skating. As a timeshare guest, we received a coupon for free admission to the open skate for our group.
As with most other resorts, there are pools, tennis courts, and other recreation areas. Unique to Breezy is the nearby access to a very popular bike trail called the Paul Bunyan Trail. This well cared for, blacktop trail winds 75 miles from Brainerd to Bemidji, Minnesota and has stops in many smaller communities in between. An enjoyable bike ride for families is the four or five mile stretch from Pequot Lakes (a town right by Breezy Point) to Nisswa. Grab an ice cream cone at the Chocolate Ox in Nisswa for a treat at your halfway point.
The Breezy area has many places to hike. The Breezy Point cemetery and nature walk is about half a mile from the Breezy front gate and is a beautifully landscaped park to enjoy on a morning hike.
From journal Breezy Point White Birch Summer
by Rob Latour
April 4, 2004
A mix of newer and older accommodations, there appears to be quite a variety of lodging possibilities. We were in a one-bedroom unit with a loft. It wasn't that large, but made really good use of the space. It was nice and comfortable.
In addition to the pools, there were lots of activities, a gym, and lots of games for the kids. We learned that this resort was voted the #1 family resort in Minnesota for five years running and it is easy to see why.
From journal Spring at Breezy Point
November 6, 2003
From journal Quiet Fall Getaway
by Rich H
September 11, 2003
The Breezy Point Lodge was a short walk away, which we enjoyed. The recreation center is across a busy highway, but there is a 4-way stop that allows you to cross, even with small kids. The pool inside the rec center has a nice waterslide, which was awesome. The kids would have stayed there all day.
From journal Relaxing vacation
Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
May 3, 2003
From journal beautiful lakes
Amsterdam, North-Holland, Netherlands
April 26, 2001
The camping site itself is pretty basic:
An open field with many plots (400).
The distance from the camping to the village center is about 300 meters.
There is a big supermarket (according to European standards) right across the street.
The camping has got a swimming pool and minigolf, but anybody camping here is there to enjoy the mountains.
Noteworthy is the proximity of famed Lourdes, a mere 30 km. up north.
From journal In the trail of Le Tour de France pt. 1