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Pokegama Lake - Grand Rapids


Pokegama Lake - Grand Rapids, Minnesota

Pokegama Lake - Harris Twp real estate is regarded as the third largest market in Minnesota for lake homes and lake lots.

Typically, buyers can find 30 Pokegama Lake - Harris Twp homes for sale, and 40 lake lots and land for sale. Offering houses at many price points, Pokegama Lake - Harris Twp homes for sale have an average list price of $376,000.

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    About Pokegama Lake - Grand Rapids
    Located in a Sought-After Region

    Pokegama Lake is a recreational sensation located just outside of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Residents will find everything they need and more in Grand Rapids: restaurants, stores, hotels, the Grand Itasca Hospital, Itasca County Airport, and more.

    Duluth and Bemidji are popular tourist destinations just an hour from Grand Rapids.

    Undiscovered Until the Mid-1800s

    Until Minnesota became a booming logging location in the mid-1800s, this region of the state had been untouched. Part of the Mississippi River Chain, steamships carried logs in and out of Pokegama by 1868.

    The high demand for supplies, clothing, and food led to a large, flourishing pioneer village that developed into the city of Grand Rapids we know today.

    Room for Lake Activities

    Pokegama is a go-to location for all things lake life. During the summer, boating, water skiing, fishing, sailing, and swimming are some of the most popular activities.

    On its sandy beaches, people enjoy swimming, sunbathing, picnicking, and simply relaxing. While touring the lake, you can spot mallards, loons, lakeside deer, moose, elk, or eagles flying above.

    Watersports are most often performed mid-lake while Sherry Arm, Wendigo Arm, and Sugar Bay are famous. Pokegama Lake is proud of its large-sized walleye but also holds a variety of other fish.

    During winter, residents enjoy the frozen lake for ice fishing, ice skating, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.

    Around the Shore

    There are several places for visitors to stay like Pokegama Lake Resort, Southwood Resort, Green Heron Bed & Breakfast, Crystal Springs RV Park, and Sugar Bay Campground Resort.

    On the northeastern shore, the Pokegama Golf Course features an 18-hole championship course and the Pokegama Grill.

    The nearby Chippewa National Forest has trails for hiking, mountain biking, nordic skiing, snowmobiling, and more. In the towering white pines, you are likely to spot a variety of birds.

    The Best of Lake Living

    Pokegama Lake is a fantastic place to live life on the water, with the shopping, dining, and entertainment offered in Grand Rapids is just minutes away.