Dear Valued Guests
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, for the health and safety of our staff and their families, we have decided to close the lodge for the next two weeks. After that we will reevaluate and move on from there. If you have a lodging reservation with us in this timeframe, Mary or Sarah will be in touch with you.

Until then please stay safe everyone.
Marshal and Sarah
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Lakeroad Lodge will remain open during the COVID-19 duration. Reservations received will be taken by credit card and no direct contact with office staff will take place. Our staff will contact our current guests with arrangements. Lodge hours will be reduced to 9am to 7pm. If we do not answer, please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Ice fishing has been very good for us this week. Unfortunately, our houses are being brought in tonight after the groups we having fishing today are done. Thank you to everyone for another great ice fishing season.

Our lodge will be closed this Saturday beginning at 3pm for the remainder of the day.

We look forward to continue serving you. Everyone please stay healthy and safe.

Contact us at 218-634-2336 if you have any questions.

Thank you, Marshal & Sarah
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Our ice fishing season for rental houses will be coming to an end within the next couple of weeks. There is still time to make reservations to get in on some ice fishing action. Our lodging rates are $50/per person per night based on double occupancy ($60 single occupancy) and day house rental is $75/day which includes bait, road pass (or transportation at no additional charge), and guide service. Give us a call today at 218-634-2336 ... See MoreSee Less

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We have updated our website to include photographs of our sleeper houses. Sleeper Ice House rentals allow guests to check in at 11:00 am on day of arrival, fish all day and evening and check out the following morning at 10:00 am. House sizes vary from 2 to 4 person houses. Houses include guide service, bait, road pass, use of lodge shower, bunks with mattresses, table, chairs, heat, lights, cook stove, pots and pans, utensils, cooking and cleaning water, wash tub, dish soap, paper towels, toilet paper, paper plates and bowls, plastic silverware, and private toilet facility. Guests need to bring their own pillows, sleeping bag/blankets, rods, reels, and tackle. Sleeper houses are wired for a 110 generator which guests can bring on their own or rent a generator from us for $30 per day, including gas. Sleepers are $99/night/person. Vexillar rental is also available for $25/day.

We do have midweek availability for sleeper houses and a few openings left for weekend sleepers.

Give us a call at 218-634-2336
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