Brainerd Lakes Vacationland Business Directory

Brainerd Lakes Vacationland Business Directory

Find all the best Brainerd Area lodging, dining, and activities in the Brainerd Lakes Vacationland Business Directory.

The options for lodging in the Brainerd Lakes Area are comprehensive, ranging from all-inclusive resorts to housekeeping cabins. Whether you're hunting, fishing, working, or relaxing in the Brainerd Lakes Area, there's great lodging available for you! For special occasions, view the conference planner or family reunion lodging in the Business Directory. Need more details or help planning your next Brainerd Lakes Area trip? Head over to the Vacation Planner Form to contact all the premier lodging facilities in one step.

Dining options in the Brainerd Lakes Area are also diverse and plentiful with everything from standard fast food places and quick bites, to upscale sit down restaurants. Whether you're looking for coffee, pizza, or great food delivery, you'll find something for everyone.

Don't forget the best part of the Lakes Area, all the lakes! Recreation and attractions are the highlight of Brainerd with the access to hundreds of lakes and trails. Find camps, farms and petting zoos, and countless beaches and parks. For the outdoors-man, fishing and hunting are great all year round.

Pequot Lakes Historical Society

4285 Tower Square, Pequot Lakes, MN 56472


The Pequot Lakes Historical Society’s primary focus is to preserve the life within the Pequot Lake area. Within the society, they hold the Pequot Lakes Area Historical Society Museum, which is located in the restored Cole Memorial Building. The areas of coverage that the Museum exhibits are lifestyle memorabilia from the early 1930s to 1940s. They also contain different site buildings including an old schoolhouse, a general store, and an old theater. A military section that contains past artifacts from both the First and Second World Wars is also exhibited. Among other information within their collection, the Pequot Lakes Area Historical Society Museum also has collections of family scrapbooks and photos from the early 1900s.