Amenities
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Lakeside Decks:

In addition to the entry decks located on each cabin, there are large lakeside decks in front of the cabins for all guests to use. One deck is located level with the cabins. The mid-level deck is located between the cabins and the docks. Both decks have tables and chairs for eating, relaxing, playing games, etc. The large upper deck has level access for older or disabled guests to access lake viewing, seating and dining. 


Swimming Beach:

A sand beach is available for swimming and launching canoes or kayaks. Beach area is safe for wading with young children with no drop-offs.


Boat Launch:

There is a gravel boat launch located at the end of the resort for launching personal watercraft. If you need assistance launching your boat, please let one of our staff know and we will be happy to assist you.


Docks:

Two large fishing docks are located just below our cabins for easy access. Both docks are connected to each other as well as to the two-level lake deck above. Guests bringing their own boats can park them at these docks. Electrical outlets are located at the base of each dock for charging batteries, powering bilge pumps, etc. Swimming ladders are located at the end of each dock.


Campfire Ring:

Campfires are always a hit for guests winding down at the end of the day. Guests can gather around the campfire ring to roast marshmallows, tell fish stories, or lose themselves to the trance of the flames. 


Lakes:

The fisherman and paddler have a choice of fishing and paddling Garden Lake, White Iron Lake, Farm Lake, South Farm Lake or miles of the Kawishiwi River located in the BWCAW. All are easily reached by a boat or canoe from Garden Lake Resort.

For interested fisherman, there is detailed information on Garden, Farm, South Farm, and White Iron Lake's DNR fish surveys and net counts. Click Here for more information.


Fishing:

There is detailed information on Garden, Farm, South Farm, and White Iron Lake's DNR fish surveys and net counts. Please find this information here.

A fish cleaning house is available for cleaning, measuring, and weighing fish. All fishing regulations are posted for the Chain of Lakes.


Fish Species:

Garden Lake and connected lakes offer a wide variety of fish including walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, black crappie, and blue gill. We are happy to advise or help plan day or overnight canoe trips into the BWCAW to interested guests. Guide services are also available upon request.

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