Boating on Leech Lake
Leech Lake was created in 1882 when the Leech Lake Dam was built, raising the water level enough to connect 6 different lakes. This history and the shear expanse of the lake lend to its many points, narrows and islands. Directly in front of Trapper’s Landing Lodge is Pipe Island, a small piece of land that makes for the perfect landmark when trying to find your way back to the resort after a long day of fishing.
Safe Harbor Marina
Trapper’s Landing Lodge Marina has everything you need to enjoy summer on the lake! Your family and friends will enjoy hours on the water whether reeling in a record walleye, relaxing on a pontoon or jumping waves on a jet ski.
Water Skiing and Tubing
Our corner of Leech Lake is a fantastic spot for waterskiing or tubing. Call the front desk for more information.
Kayaking and Canoeing
Trapper’s Landing Lodge has canoes and kayaks available for guests to use at no charge.
Check-out a man-powered craft for up to two hours and explore the lake – you’ll be able to get a close-up look at wildlife, easy access to the lake’s many islands and a great workout to boot! A peaceful canoe or kayak trip is a great way to watch the sun rise or set over Leech Lake. Visit the marina to reserve your canoe or kayak.
Kids liked the bikes and kayaks. Fishing boat rental was really convenient.
- Stovans, TripAdvisor -
Patio with grill, fire pits and 50 feet from Leech Lake. Protected marina in and boat launch. Slips to rent. Pool, bar and restaurant. Play ground. This place has it all.
- MidwestTravelBug, TripAdvisor -
We had such an amazing weekend at Trappers Landing... We spent alot of our time in the spacious, comfortable living room with our fireplace going the entire time.
- Jessica, TripAdvisor -
Three of us guys stayed in the big condo four nights and had guided ice house fishing three day. Was very affordable for blue collar boys,and we caught pike like crazy.
- Chuck, TripAdvisor -