Brainerd Lakes Vacationland Business Directory

MN Vacations start with finding the perfect Family Resort, Hotel, or Cabin in Brainerd. Whether you’re looking for a low key housekeeping cabin, or a luxury resort with all the amenities, you’ll find something for everyone in the Brainerd Lakes Area. Many of the area lodging options are even pet-friendly, so you don’t have to leave anyone behind on your next family vacation!

For the traveling family, or large group, many of the Brainerd MN resorts offer unique Reunions Homes and group activities. Corporate Groups and Retreat are also welcomed and encouraged at Resorts and Hotels in the Brainerd Lakes Area that feature spacious conference and meeting rooms, and reception areas. Need to host a kid’s birthday party? Try a local Hotel Waterpark for an exciting activity and party space in one!

Surrounded by woods and lakes, Brainerd is also known for its beautiful RV Parks and Campgrounds. From primitive tent camping sites in the woods, to RV Resorts that offer hookups and amenities, the options are endless for a summer camping vacation in Minnesota. The fun doesn’t end in the summer either! Try a Four Season Winter Resort for a holiday or snowmobiling vacation.

A visit is nice, but stay for a bit with a Brainerd Lakes Rental Home or Extended Stay Lodging option.

Udom’s Thai Restaurant – Hackensack, MN

106 HWY 371 S, Hackensack, MN 56452


Udom's Thai Restaurant in Hackensack offers Thai cuisine, is a pleasing combination of taste and scent. Paul says the Thai combination of spicy, sweet and sour food, is much like a good wine to the senses. Udom's Thai Restaurant will prepare dishes to the customer's liking. The level of spice will be made to order according to the customers desire. Ann said when she waits on the customers, it will be her job to assist the customers in choosing what would suit their taste. Thai food is mainly pork, beef and seafood dishes. Udom's handmade egg rolls will be featured on the menu, along with other Thai specialties, with reasonable pricing. Paul said, "You can get a burger and pizza anywhere in the area, but you'd have to go almost to the Cities to get Thai food."