Hoyt Lakes, MN

Hoyt Lakes is a great place for people who love the outdoors. It is surrounded by two lakes and is near the popular skiing resort Giant’s Ridge. Snowmobilers will find over 3,100 miles of well-groomed trails throughout the beautiful Northwoods adjacent to this area. Several nice summer camping, swimming, and boating facilities are available, and there are even some sites for winter camping and ice fishing. Hoyt Lakes was originally a mining residential community, but it is quickly growing into a budding area for tourism and recreation. This area is reached by Highway 135 south of Virginia which travels through Gilbert, McKinley, Biwabik and Aurora. In Aurora you take Highway 110 to Hoyt Lakes.

Highlights

Plenty of outdoor activities are available in Hoyt Lakes. There are also special festivals include the Hoyt Lakes Water Carnival in July, which has open air dances, a water ski show, fireworks, and a golf tournament. The Old Fashioned Christmas, held in December, has a craft show and hay rides and lots of other little surprises. Snowmobilers enjoy the Arctic Blast Snowmobile Run in February.

Fisherman’s Point Campground

5401 Campground Road
Hoyt Lakes, MN 55750

218-225-3337

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Fifteen minutes from the Mesabi Trail - 93 secluded wooded campsites, most on lake shore; Boat Docks, Fishing Pier, Electrical Hookups, Children's Playground, Bike Rental, Fire Rings, and beautiful Paved Hiking and Biking Paths that weave through the woods.

Iron Range Tourism Bureau Iron Range Tourism Bureau

111 Station 44 Road
Eveleth, MN 55734

800-777-8497

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The Iron Range Tourism Bureau serves multiple communities along the Mesabi Trail, including Hibbing, Chisholm, Mountain Iron, Virginia, Eveleth, Gilbert, Biwabik, Aurora, Hoyt Lakes and Embarrass. Follow us on social media, and visit our website to find out about area events, attractions, lodging and trails.

Country Inn of Hoyt Lakes

99 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Hoyt Lakes, MN 55750

866-444-3555 or 218-225-3555

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Five miles from the Mesabi Trail, ten minutes from Giants Ridge Recreation Area and Mountain Bike Bike Park, one hour from the north shore of Lake Superior. Indoor pool & whirlpool, deluxe continental breakfast, rooms have refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and free wireless.

Iron Range Tourism Bureau

111 Station 44 Road
Eveleth, MN 55734

800-777-8497

Website

The Iron Range Tourism Bureau serves multiple communities along the Mesabi Trail, including Hibbing, Chisholm, Mountain Iron, Virginia, Eveleth, Gilbert, Biwabik, Aurora, Hoyt Lakes and Embarrass. Follow us on social media, and visit our website to find out about area events, attractions, lodging and trails.

Iron Range Tourism Bureau
Fisherman’s Point Campground

5401 Campground Road
Hoyt Lakes, MN 55750

218-225-3337

Website

Fifteen minutes from the Mesabi Trail - 93 secluded wooded campsites, most on lake shore; Boat Docks, Fishing Pier, Electrical Hookups, Children's Playground, Bike Rental, Fire Rings, and beautiful Paved Hiking and Biking Paths that weave through the woods.

Country Inn of Hoyt Lakes

99 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Hoyt Lakes, MN 55750

866-444-3555 or 218-225-3555

Website

Five miles from the Mesabi Trail, ten minutes from Giants Ridge Recreation Area and Mountain Bike Bike Park, one hour from the north shore of Lake Superior. Indoor pool & whirlpool, deluxe continental breakfast, rooms have refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and free wireless.

Funding Source

The Mesabi Trail™ has been funded in part by the LCCMR and the Minnesota Environmental and Natural Resources Trust Fund.