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Begun as a farm, the resort started emerging in 1911. For many years the property was both farm and resort.

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Previously a dairy farm, the farm became a ranch in 1950. It has been owned by the same family for generations. Drive by viewing only.

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The Northern Pacific Railroad carried logs from points north down what has become known as ‘the Old Grade Road’ and over parts of CSAH 66.

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Started in the 1930s, the resort's current owners are the third generation. The original owners were well known fishing guides. The current generation of Heaths continue that tradition.

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Started as a home, the original owners switched their plans part-way through the construction and built a restaurant instead!

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Specializing in organic poultry, Wild Acres supplies many restaurants with fresh poultry, making weekly deliveries to the Twin Cities and providing poultry to clients as far away as Japan.

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Opened in the early 1930’s, the original Moonlite Bay was a much larger building which featured fine dining, two bars, big bands and dancing.

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This beautiful 258 acre lake was once the summer playground of actor brothers, Peter Graves and James Arness.

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In 1924 the land was purchased and in 1926 the Oscawana Resort was built. Over the years Oscawana was divided into several small resorts and private homes.

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East of CSAH 15 about 1/4 mile on the Driftwood Road is the DNR Walleye Stripping Station. Active from mid to late April, walleyes are intercepted in large nets as they enter the river to spawn.

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