Trappers Landing Lodge is the perfect place to stay if you don’t want to camp in the mud.
Moondance Jam Rock Fest July
Walker’s Rock Festival Moondance Jam is annual three-day “camping and jammin” event in July featuring some of the biggest names in Rock n’ Roll. See this year’s line-up at their website.
Moondance Jammin’ Country Fest June
Country fans mark your calendars! Country comes to Cass County at the Moondance Jammin’ Country Fest. A three-day concert with non-stop entertainment in a camping atmosphere with some of country music’s biggest stars. mark your calendar for the Moondance Jam in June. Check out the Jammin’ Country Festival website.
Walker Bay Day
Walker Bay Day is a festive summer celebration on the shores of Leech Lake with something for everyone to enjoy. The 13th Annual Walker Bay Day will take place on August 5th. This event will feature music, great food, games, tournaments for all ages, the BIG DIG, charity runs and bingo.
Fall Has It All
Don’t miss our spectacular event held Sept. 14-30th, Fall color tours are available by car, bus or on foot. Special events are held throughout the Falls Has it All such as: Art shows, a traveling car show and so much more.
The September 9th, the Leech Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 25th annual Ethnic Fest Celebration in Walker. Ethnic Fest is a “celebration of cultural diversity which is the American Tapestry” as stated in the mission. A parade with participants from near and far is the perfect way to begin the day. The streets come alive with music and dance of many cultures. The air is filled with the aroma of a variety of ethnic cuisines for your enjoyment. The streets are lined with booths featuring crafts of many cultures.
Festival of Lights
Again this year the community comes together to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season. This event will be held the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving. This beautiful event is centered around the Parade of Lights on Friday, which focuses on holiday themes, where each float is lit up to create a festive atmosphere. After hot food and beverages to enjoy at many of our local eateries. Join us Saturday for a children’s holiday party and the Reindeer Ramble. Of course, Santa Clause in on hand to take pictures with children and listen to their holiday wishes.
For the past 37 years, and for three days every February, crowds that are more than 10 times the population of tiny Walker, Minn. (pop. 1,069) gather on Minnesota’s third largest lake (112,000-acres), Leech Lake, for a festival named for one of the ugliest bottom-dwelling fish, the eelpout. In a state where it is common to embrace the quirky and find great fun in the most unlikely circumstances and weather conditions, this festival is pure Minnesota fun.
Get up-to-date information from their website EelpoutFestival.com