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ABOUT US

NEW MANAGEMENT

Edgewood Resort has been in our extended family for the past 8 years but it wasn’t until this past summer that we had the opportunity to manage the resort.  After spending just a week at Edgewood and the Northern Minnesota lake country we were hooked and we knew it was an opportunity we could not pass up.

We have 3 children; Jake, Riley, and Alayna. Jake is married to Brittni and they have 2 adorable kids, Avery and Owen. Being grandparents is sure a joy for us! 

Over the past 28 years we have farmed in southeast North Dakota. This last summer we tested the waters and left the farm in the hands of our oldest, Jake, while we tended to business at Edgewood. We also own and run a hunting lodge, located 7 miles North of Fullerton, ND.  So, if you’re looking for a North Dakota hunting experience, check out Hay’s Lodge.

Our plan is to make Edgewood Resort a year-round destination location for family enjoyment anytime of the year.  Seeing the excitement our guests bring when coming to share in the beauty of our resort brings us great joy.  We look forward to meeting new people and forming long lasting relationships with our guests while providing them with an experience they can't get anywhere else in Northern MN.

EDGEWOOD

Edgewood Resort is located on the shores of Long Lake, only two and a half miles from Park Rapids, Minnesota in the county of Hubbard.  The Resort sits on fourteen acres and consists of six rental cabins of a wide variety of sizes, from a cabin that can accommodate up to thirty-five people to a cabin that accommodates eight people.  There is 380 feet of frontage on Long Lake for our guests to use.

 

Long Lake has 1,926 acres of surface area and a depth up to 135 feet.  Fishing in Long Lake includes black crappie, bluegill, bowfin (dogfish), brown bullhead, hybrid sunfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, smallmouth bass, tullibee (cisco), walleye, white sucker, yellow bullhead, and yellow perch.