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Rice Lake - Cohasset


Rice Lake - Cohasset, Minnesota

Rice Lake - Cohasset real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in Minnesota.

  • 68Deepest Depth
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
  • Counties: Itasca County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Walleye
  • Permit is not required to use the lake.
  • Jet skis are allowed.
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Houseboats are not allowed.
  • Boating restrictions (No).
  • Dock restrictions (No).
(218) 326-3401
1601 Golf Course Rd, Grand Rapids, MN 55744
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
Grand Rapids/Itasca County Airport
1500 SE 7th Ave, Grand Rapids, MN 55744
10 miles away
McGregor Airport
111 W Center Ave, McGregor, MN 55760
59 miles away
    About Rice Lake - Cohasset
    Itasca County

    Rice lake is a serpentine-shaped lake located in Itasca County, Minnesota. It is located southwest of the small town of Cohasset and the much larger city of Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids, which doubles as the closest metropolitan city in the area, is only 10 miles away. The closest international airport is Duluth International Airport which is 85 miles away. The nearest hospital is Grand Itasca Clinic and Hospital, nine miles away.

    What to do on the water

    Rice Lake is 857 beautiful acres of water that allows for plenty of room to take out your boat, canoe, or kayak; alternatively, you could go for a swim or do some fishing. Fishing fans can look out for black bullhead, bluegill, brown bullhead, largemouth bass, northern pike, rock bass, walleye, yellow bullhead, yellow perch, pumpkinseed.

    What lies beyond the water

    To the east of Rice Lake, closer to Grand Rapids, are several campgrounds and attractions for a more outdoors experience. These include Tioga Mountain Bike Trailhead for those interested in biking on the Wildside next to lush plants and the beautiful blue water of Tioga Pit. Further north is Tioga Beach which is small yet relaxing with an incredible view of Pokegama Lake. Also, along Pokegama lake is a golf course for people interested in having a quick game with their family or sharpening their skills. Further north is Bass Brook Wildlife Management Area which serves as a nature preserve whose hiking trails are a moderate challenge. It neighbors Portage Park, which features four baseball fields. The nature preserve is also near a campground area so that you can extend your stay and spend the nights watching the stars or telling stories. In the nearby small town of Cohasset, a few unique eateries are worth your whiles, such as Florio’s Grill and Tavern and Casey’s, which offers delicious pizza takeout. Are you thinking about bringing a snowmobile or are you worried about having to use a snowplow in the winter season? Luckily, The numerous repair shops and outlets in Cohasset will not only supply what you want, but they will also be able to repair whatever you need.

    Visit Grand Rapids

    Grand Rapids offers a lot of attractions and things to do that can both entertain and educate you during your stay. One great example is the Forest History Center. See how the pioneers lived and participated in family activities like cutting logs, or you can climb a large surveillance tower and see out over the beautiful Minnesota forests for miles. Also in Grand Rapids is the MacRostie Art Center which features a quaint but beautiful art gallery that will spur your inspiration or leave you amazed. If you want to foster your child’s love for the outdoors and learning, then look no further than the Children’s Discovery Museum, where they can see accurate animal displays, play games, learn the geography of the United States, see intriguing dinosaur fossils, and so much more. On the northside of Grand Rapids is the IRA Civic Center, home to an indoor and outdoor hockey rink. It is also host to various other events such as car shows. Nearby is the Reif Performing Arts theater, where you can take your family to watch hilarious comedies, gripping dramas, and brilliant ballets. The Itasca Fairgrounds and The Grand Rapids Speedway are to the east hosts carnival rides and stock car races, respectively. This only scratches the surface of all of the outdoor fun you can have in Grand Rapids. There are numerous parks and gardens, and each has its unique feel and display of the grand outdoors. If you are looking for a mix of indoor and outdoor fun such as bowling and minigolf, then look no further than Thunder Alley XL & Big Thunder Mini Golf. Lastly, several eateries to fill you up are scattered throughout the city, such as El Potro Mexican, Sammy’s Pizza Restaurant & Tavern, and Forest Lake. However, those are only some of the unique locations. There are also several favorites like Taco Bell, Culvers, or Subway, just to name a few. Grand Rapids is truly a Mecca of food.

    Why choose Rice Lake?

    Rice Lake is a sizable lake that can accommodate your water-based thrills and relaxation time. The nearby city of Grand Rapids is full of attractions, arts, parks, and eateries galore. There is no end to what you can do in this area, and it's all waiting for you.