From Trapper’s Landing to Whipholt Beach, Minnesota

It is a beautiful morning for a walk, so we are off on a little ramble between our lodge at Trapper’s Landing and Whipholt Beach.

Once we pass the marina that serves Trapper’s Landing, the path takes us through the woods to the tiny lakeside settlement of Whipholt.  
While describing this as the “Whipholt Beach Business District” seems a bit optimistic, it does look like a pleasant place to spend the summer. .  especially if I could snag one of those cabins that seem to hang right above the water.
We keep walking until we reach a long, broad beach on the other side of town – a perfect escape on even the hottest of days!   
What more could one ask of a little lake town?

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