Where Beauty & Nature intersect

Heartland Concert Association Schedule

The Heartland Concert Association has announced their upcoming season! CONCERT SELECTIONS FOR 2018-2019 SEASON Concerts will be at 7:00 pm in the Park Rapids High School Auditorium Click here for Membership Information. * Check out “reciprocity” concerts below Park Rapids performances *​ Membership packets may be picked up at Beagle Books in Park Rapids, Thrifty […]

Deer Lottery Application Deadline Sept 6

Firearms and muzzleloader hunters who want to harvest antlerless deer in a deer permit area designated as lottery this hunting season are reminded they must purchase their license by Thursday, Sept. 6. Hunters who purchase their license before this date are automatically entered into the lottery for the deer permit area or special hunt area […]

Color your fall with red, orange, gold and fun!

Signs of fall are already showing in the landscape. Sumacs drip with bunches of red berries and goldenrod and asters decorate roadsides, foreshadowing more changes to come. Whether you prefer to immerse yourself in the change of seasons or take part in one of September’s special events, fall is waiting for you here. The Headwaters […]

Don’t Shrug Off Shoulder Season: The Ideal Time to Travel

The calendar continues to flip by as the last few drops of summer squeeze out. Kids are returning to school, schedules are normalizing, fall is in the air, and vacations are coming to a halt. Or are they? Shoulder season is that sweet spot between high and low vacation times – i.e. summer and winter. […]

Minnesota Fishing Guide Service’s Fishing Report 08.29.18

Fishing around the Park Rapids area is awesome. Walleyes are hitting pearl white crankbaits trolled along the shallow weed edges in the 10 ft range. Pike are eating chartreuse spinner baits slowly rolled through deep weed beds in the 15 ft range. Bluegills are schooled heavily on the deep weed lines and are being caught […]

ATV riders can ride Minnesota trails for free on ‘No Registration Weekend’

Ride for free September 7th through 9th! All-terrain vehicle users registered for private or agricultural use can explore both the old and new trails without cost Sept. 7 to 9. Typically they would pay the registration fee ($60 for three years) to ride the public trails. Minnesota has 3,000 miles of state forest and grant-in-aid […]

How to Contact the Chainsaw Artists

If you want to contact any of the chainsaw artists who carved at Legends & Logging Days this weekend.  Here’s where to find them!   Please note that the pictures don’t show the full artistry of their carvings.  Their pieces should be seen in person.   Tom Brosseau Facebook:  Tom Brosseau Chainsaw Carvings   Perry Carlson www.perrycarlson.com […]

Minnesota Fishing Guide Service’s Fishing Report 08.13.18

Capt. Josh lets us know what’s biting and how to reel them in! We have been hammering the Walleyes all week.  Lindy rigs and crawlers at the lake basins 30-40 ft deep. A red #2 hook is a good bet. Crappies remain strong in the shallow weed beds at 6-10 ft using a jig and […]

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