STAY a day, a week, or more. Whether taking a family vacation, escaping with friends, or finding time for a romantic getaway while the kids attend our summer hockey camps - anglers, sports enthusiasts, and nature lovers alike will find plenty to do in Warroad. Find information on lodging at our website, www.visitwarroad.com
DISCOVER what makes Warroad fun all year round! Check out our tried and true fishing and hockey tournaments, our signature 4th of July Celebration, annual wine walk, ladies' shopping expos, classic car show, community theater, 5k run/walks, CAMPING, hunting, blueberry picking, and more! Check out our events calendar at www.visitwarroad.com for upcoming events while visiting us.
EXPLORE our trails. ATV, snowmobile, and off-road enthusiasts will be happy to know there are over 1,400 miles of trails and accessible roads nearby. In town, enjoy the bike path next to Lake of the Woods which offers views of the lake as well as shady rest spots. Get on the river for kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding.
CATCH the big one. Located on Lake of the Woods, visitors can spend their day worry-free on a fishing charter with a local guide or choose to rent an 18 ft. Lund Outfitter for the day to explore the lake at their own pace. During the winter months, be sure to rent a sleeper house and experience an overnight stay on the lake while ice fishing.
PLAY a round of golf at our 18-hole championship course and gain bragging rights for the novelty of putting on one of only two greens in the state shaped like Minnesota.
VISIT the Shed. An impressive personal collection of classic cars and sports memorabilia located on the south side of Hwy. 11. When "the green light is on," come on in!
ESCAPE at the lake with peaceful mornings and glorious sunrises, sunny afternoons fishing and playing outdoors, and nights filled with glowing campfires and brilliant, starry skies.
The kind of vacation you will remember for years to come.
Download our visitors guide at www.visitwarroad.com
If you've seen one shopping mall you have seen them all, so why not try something different on your next vacation. Roseau, known to many as the birthplace of snowmobiling and home to Polaris Industries, features a thriving old style downtown district with unique boutiques and an array of dining options. The entire downtown has been revitalized with paver sidewalks and old style street lighting with music playing all day long. Small pocket parks add to the quaint character of the downtown district.
After a morning of shopping, visitors are invited to tour the Polaris Industries assembly plant in Roseau to watch the production process of snowmobiles and ATVs. Plant tours are Monday - Friday at 2 p.m. A favorite stop for many visitors is the Polaris Experience Center where guests can take a trip back to the very beginnings of Polaris in Roseau along with viewing the very first snow machines that are the predecessors of today's snowmobiles. Admission to the Experience Center is free with regular hours Monday - Saturday.
You won't go hungry here in northern Minnesota. Roseau offers a variety of diners, sit down supper clubs, bar & grilles, fast food restaurants, pizzerias, ethnic food, drive-ins, and cafés.
Roseau is not only a great place for adults to visit, but is also kid and family friendly, too! If spending your vacation outdoors is more your style, nearly 40% of Roseau County has open access to state or county parks, forests, and wildlife areas. These areas provide ample opportunities for camping, hunting, wildlife watching, ATV riding, horseback riding, snowmobiling, berry picking, hiking, star gazing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Roseau is also a known prime stop on Minnesota's premier bird watching trail, the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail. Along with all the outdoor activities listed, your kids will also have a blast cooling off at the Splash Pad (opening summer 2017). End your day by listening to local musicians in the park throughout the summertime on Thursday evenings.
The goroseau.com website offers a number of suggested day trips from Roseau as well as a complete list of lodging, shopping, dining, trail maps of the area, and upcoming events to help you plan your stay. Whether you are a golf enthusiast, adventurer, outdoorsman, or enjoy a relaxing vacation, Roseau has something for every interest. We invite you to come enjoy the beauty of Roseau along with the great people who call it home. Men's Journal Magazine named Roseau: "The Friendliest Place in America" and Outdoor Living Magazine once ranked Roseau as the "20th Best City in the Nation for Outdoor Enthusiast to Live."