- Our list of the best things to do in Walker, Minnesota, features the top 11 nearby activities — including 5 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Walker, MN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Museums & Galleries, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Walker, MN , followed by 5 popular activities in nearby cities, including Park Rapids and Bemidji
Located within the Chippewa National Forest, Shingobee Recreation Area features six miles of hiking trails along with primitive campsites and picnic spots. The area is suitable birdwatching and hunting as well as winter activities including cross-country skiing and sledding.
Northern Lights Casino has over 900 slot machines, blackjack tables and a Poker Room. They have the NorthStar Buffet for eat-all-you-can dining. The Dancing Fire Restaurant serves prime steaks, and for quick bites, they have the Little Star Snack Bar.
Open 7 days a week, the Artists Mall of Walker is a great place for art lovers to browse through the creations of local and regional artists. Artwork is for sale, and items available are eclectic to suit all tastes.
The Walker Area Community Center is a non-profit recreational center offering a large number of facilities for the local community to enjoy. These facilities include a fitness center, an ice rink, and numerous meeting rooms available.
Ranging over around 75 different lakes, Go Fish Guide Service offers guided fishing tours for a variety of fish including bass, pike, muskie, and walleye. The service provides rods, reels, bait, and all other equipment.
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The Itasca State Park-Park Headquarters is a helpful resource for visitors to Itasca State Park. Visitors can get information about the park and its amenities, use restroom facilities, and interact with educational exhibits.
Bemidji, Minnesota is home to Paul Bunyan's Animal Land, a mid-size zoo and education center. Its denizens represent all seven continents and include camels, elk, leopards, tigers and lions. Paul Bunyan's Animal Land also includes a visitor's center, located indoors.