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Crooked Lake - Bay Lake Twp


Crooked Lake - Bay Lake Twp, Minnesota

Crooked Lake - Bay Lake Twp real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Minnesota.

  • 10Mi. of Shoreline
  • 72Deepest Depth
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Public Boat Ramps
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  • Counties: Crow Wing County
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Boating restrictions (Yes). -- 1. Slow-no wake speed in channels and other areas as marked by buoys or signs on and between lakes noted at left. 2. Countywide standards for the issuance of temporary structure permits for slalom water ski courses. 3. Countywide standards for the placement and configuration of temporary docks, wharves, boat lifts or piers that extend from shore. (See
Essential Health St. Joseph Hospita
Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport
    About Crooked Lake - Bay Lake Twp
    Crow Wing County, Minnesota

    Crooked Lake sits just five miles off the shore of Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota's second-largest lake!

    Nearby, Deerwood and Crosby are home to restaurants, shops, hotels, and schools. The Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport and Essential Health St. Joseph Hospital are approximately 20 miles away.

    It is approximately 100 miles from Duluth or Minneapolis. Each city boasts a nightlife scene with international airports, restaurants, bars, attractions, and entertainment.

    Serene Lake Waters

    Crooked Lake is a curved body of water with a winding shoreline and a small island. It spans 462 acres with a maximum depth of 72 feet.

    Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, wildlife viewing, and taking in the sights. A public access point is on the southwestern point of the water.

    Anglers can find black bullhead, bluegill, brown bullhead, largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, walleye, yellow bullhead, yellow perch, and more.

    Many homes are tucked along the wooded shore, but it still showcases the state's natural beauty. While in the lake area you are likely to spot loons, mallards, otters, deer, moose, or elk.

    Nearby Attractions

    Rutger's Bay Lake Golf Course, located on Mille Lac's north shore, features an 18-hole course, restaurant, spa, and pool.

    For some of the best mountain biking in the county, visit the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Biking Trails. The well-maintained system features forest, prairie, and lake landscapes.

    Mount Ski Gull Resort is approximately 45 minutes away. The resort offers zip-lining, guided night hikes, snow skiing, snowboarding, and tubing.

    Visit Brainerd

    Often referred to as "Minnesota’s Playground," Brainerd is a bustling city full of attractions, history, entertainment, delicious dining, and outdoor adventures.

    The Paul Bunyan Trail offers plenty of fun in nature. The area has over 120 miles of bike trails, small towns to explore, snowmobiling trails, cross-country skiing trails, geocaching, kayaking, and fishing.

    Speaking of Paul Bunyan, don't skip Paul Bunyan Land! This amusement park has 27 rides, attractions, and a pioneer village. The highlight of the park is a 26-foot-tall animated and talking statue of Paul Bunyan that greets guests by name.

    Safari North is a wildlife park promoting education and conservation while allowing visitors to get up close and personal with many animals. Guests can also feed a giraffe, ride a camel, mingle with parakeets, dig for dinosaurs, visit play areas, and enjoy a petting zoo.

    After a long day of sightseeing, enjoy a delicious dinner at a top-rated restaurant such as Ernies On Gull, The Classic Grill at Madden's, The Barn, The Local 218, and Christmas Point, Inc.

    A Beautiful Place to Call Home

    Crooked Lake’s natural beauty and year-round recreation make it an excellent location for a full-time home, weekend escape, or vacation rental.