county in Minnesota, United States
The name Mille Lacs is French for "one thousand lakes". Mille Lacs Lake is the second-largest inland lake in Minnesota, covering 207 square miles.
- 1 Mille Lacs Indian Museum, 43411 Oodena Dr, Vineland, ☏ . Memorial Day weekend-Labor Day: Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM; April-May and Sep-Oct: W-Sa 11AM-4PM. A museum covering the history of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. $8 adults, $7 seniors/students, $6 children 6-17, free for children 5 and under.
- 2 Garrison Concourse Wayside Park, US Hwy 169 at Central St, Garrison. Scenic overlook on Mille Lacs Lake. There is a giant walleye sculpture in the middle of the park.
- 3 Mille Lacs Lake Historical Society Museum, 415 4th Ave S, Isle, ☏ . May-Sep: F 10AM-7PM, Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 1PM-3PM. Small museum covering the farming, fur trading, logging, and railroad building that took place in the Mille Lacs area.
- 1 Garrison Inn & Suites, 9243 US Hwy 169, Garrison, ☏ , toll-free: . Free wireless internet and continental breakfast. Heated indoor pool. $90+.
- 2 [dead link] Red Door Resort, 38421 MN Hwy 18, Wealthwood, ☏ , toll-free: . Resort on the north shore of Mille Lacs with eleven cabins (two bedroom or three bedroom) and ten motel rooms. Both cabins and motel rooms come with full bath, satellite TV, and air conditioning; cabins come with full kitchen. Boat launch and restaurant on site. Two-bedroom cabins $150, three-bedroom cabins $170, motel rooms $70.
|Routes through Mille Lacs|
|Grand Rapids ← Aitkin ←||N S||→ Princeton → Minneapolis|
|Ends at ← Brainerd ←||W E||→ Sandstone → Ends at|
|Alexandria ← Little Falls ← Jct N S ←||W E||→ Moose Lake → Ends at|
|Ends at ← Aitkin ←||N S||→ Jct W E → Jct W E → Anoka → Minneapolis|