Snowmobiling through Lake of the Woods

River Bend’s Resort & Walleye Inn is the ideal spot for you to stay on your next Snowmobile getaway to Minnesota. Snowmobiling the Lake of the Woods region offers some of the best trails in Minnesota. Choose from hundreds of connected groomed trails or adventure through wilderness trail systems. Lake of the Woods County is unique thanks to the Rainy River and Lake of the Woods, which both freeze over, offering outstanding ice riding opportunities. Although Baudette MN is famously known for its world-class fishing, there are also incredible snowmobiling opportunities as well as groomed and marked trails.

Snowmobiling Trails

Trails extend through the wilderness from Angle Inlet up to the northernmost point U.S. border. The DNR helps fund some of these groomed snowmobile trails through the Grant-in-Aid program and using license fees and gas taxes. The State, Lake of the Woods County, and private landowners, in addition to local snowmobile clubs take great pride in maintaining trails by grooming weekly. If you’re looking to get out in the fresh powder, check out the MN DNR Interactive area trail map to hit the trails from your front door of our River Bend’s Resort & Walleye Inn.

Lake of the Woods Lodging

You may have come to the Walleye Capital of the World, for for the ice fishing, you’ll want to try world-class snowmobiling. Lake of the Woods is the best-kept snowmobilers’ secret spot. River Bend’s Resort & Walleye Inn has everything you’ll need on your next trip to Baudette. Each room offers comfortable queen size beds, a flat-screen TV with both HBO and cable, as well as other amenities to make you feel at home. Snowmobile enthusiasts will love the fun and easy access to trails and parking spots for your sleds right on our property. If you’re ready to come and experience excellent snowmobiling amongst some of the most beautiful scenery, you’ll want to book your next trip to Lake of the Woods with us at River Bend’s Resort & Walleye Inn.