Grand Rapids Bed and Breakfast Inns
Bed and breakfast inns near Grand Rapids
Anchor Inn Resort
— 38 miles NW Spring Lake, MN
|Reconnect with nature at a family-oriented inn on... Read More
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Tagged as belonging to the prestigious list of the 100 Best Small Towns in America, Grand Rapids in the state of Minnesota really lives up to that brand -- a great small town. Bordered by the evergreen northern Minnesota forests, very few places in the United States can outshine Grand Rapid's intrinsic beauty. People keep coming back to Grand Rapids because of the cornucopia of recreation that it offers which include some of the most challenging golf courses you can find anywhere, exciting boating and fishing experiences, and a long list of other activities that the whole family will enjoy. To complete the whole Grand Rapids experience, try any the Grand Rapids bed and breakfast facilities to get a taste of the true Grand Rapids experience. So if you are planning a family vacation, a reunion, a relaxing business trip, a convention or business meeting, or just an exciting getaway for you and your loved one, you will not be able to resist the charm and excitement that Grand Rapids can provide.
Grand Rapids, Minnesota used to be a town that relied on the timber industry. Nowadays, however, Grand Rapids has become one of Minnesota's top tourist destinations. This is but expected from a city that is fortunate to have forests, thousands of lakes for fishing, hunting grounds, and skiing areas. All Grand Rapids bed and breakfast inns are found near these sites. A must-visit is the Judy Garland Birthplace, which is two miles away from the city center. To learn about the city's past as a logging town, go to the Forest History Center. Learn how to live outdoors while having fun at Becoming an Outdoor Woman, which is a mile away. The Children's Discovery Museum is an attraction that kids enjoy. This museum is about two miles away from the center of Grand Rapids.