Leave your hectic schedule behind.

Escape to the fun and relaxation of Brindley's Harbor Resort on Legendary Leech Lake.

Family vacations, reunions, great fishing

Intimate, friendly, north woods ambiance

Sparkling clean lake side cottages

Luxury log homes on Pine Point

On Legendary Leech Lake

Park like grounds, perennial gardens

Beach - kayaks, canoes, sail boats

Protected Harbor - free fish cleaning

Family owned and operated

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Availability

Cabins & Log Homes for
families of any size!

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Harbor & Boats

Everyone appreciates Brindley's famous harbor service!

Waterfront Fun

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CURRENT NEWS & SPECIALS



Deposits for as yet unconfirmed 2018 reservations were due February 1st. Several guests have advised us of the need to cancel so we now have new openings not previously available. Click our an online "Availability" page below to see if your preferred dates or lodging is available.

Our lodging is fully booked for the famous Eel Pout Festival February 23-25th in Walker. We will not offer our guided angling service during Eel Pout weekend.

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Please call if you have availability questions or need additional information. 888-547-5477

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Awards

ResortsandLodges.com features Brindley's in TWO of its "Top Lists" series, a fun and unique breakdown of the world's top travel destinations, activities, and accommodations! All of these "Top List" picks have been carefully chosen based on in-depth research, user activity, partner feedback, and - of course - your opinions!

Brindley's is THE NUMBER ONE RANKED Leech Lake Fishing Resort and Cabins and Number Five in Minnesota's Family Lake Resorts!

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In February 2013 our guided Ice fishing service was featured on Babe Winkleman's NBC Sports Network TV.

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In February 2014 Doug Smith from the Minneapolis StarTribune visited and published a story about his very chilly ice fishing experience.

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