Daggett Lake real estate is considered a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and lake lots in Minnesota.
Daggett Lake is in Crosslake, Minnesota, under 40 miles from Brainerd.
The Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport is under 35 miles away, and the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center - Crosby is under 30 miles away. For international travel, the Duluth International Airport is under 130 miles away.
Residents heading into town can visit the Westgate Mall and a variety of local restaurants, such as the Cedar Chest Restaurant and Bar.
Spanning 258 acres and with a max depth of 23 feet, Daggett Lake has a private, exclusive atmosphere that residents are sure to love.
The lake is part of the Whitefish Chain of Lakes, including connected Cross Lake Reservoir, Lower Hay, Arrowhead, Bertha, Clamshell, Big Trout, Pig, Island-Loon, Rush-Hen, and Little Pine.
Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and enjoying the views. While there is no public access directly on the lake, several are scattered along the chain of lakes.
Anglers can find black bullhead, bluegill, brown bullhead, green sunfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, walleye, yellow bullhead, yellow perch, and more.
Those looking for excitement off the water can discover everything Crosslake has to offer.
One popular attraction is the 14 Lakes Brewery, where visitors can attend a tasting and even take home a bottle.
Another popular attraction is the Crosswoods Golf Course, where visitors can grab a club and test their skills out on the green.
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.
Those looking for a place to unwind will love living on Daggett Lake.