Ice Cracking Lodge

Published on May 4, 2012 by Carol

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Ice Cracking Lodge

Ice Cracking Lodge and Resort was established in 1934. Using timbers cut from the surrounding forests, the modern facility became a meeting and vacation paradise for people and families from all over. The lodge and resort is rich in tradition and history from prohibition to modern times.

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The area is truly a Mecca of activity all year long. From families sharing the late night campfires to friends walking through the woods in search of the elusive white tailed deer. The surrounding area offers hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, snowmobiling and adventuring. You also have the option to enjoy a remote quiet and peaceful getaway.

General Info

Address: 30388 County Highway 35 Ponsford, Minnesota 56575

Phone: (218) 573-3631


Tribal Nation: White Earth Reservation Business

Business Hours: Chippewa tribe


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