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What Is There To Do In Brainerd?

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Rick

What is there to do around Brainerd in the:

 

* Fall?

 

* Winter?

 

* Spring?

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* Summer?

 

 

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leech~~

Here I'll save everyone from posting!  😅 

 

But, I will be here next Sat. 😉

 

16th Annual snowmobile Grass Drags And Swap Meet

September 14 -15 

Come join us at the Crow Wing County Fairgrounds for the Brainerd Snodeos Grass Drags and Swap Meet!

 

 

 

 

 

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Wanderer
1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

Here I'll save everyone from posting!  😅 

 

Yah - perfect! 🙄 

 

Now whatchya gonna look at? 😜

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ozzie

Whats there not to do?  I go to Crosslake on most weekends through the spring-fall and then kids basketball keeps me home in the winters but there is always something to do or going on in the Brainerd Lakes and surrounding areas.  What ever you are looking for, you could probably find it near by!  In the Crosslake area they seem to always have different community events planned throughout the whole year such as Crosslake Days, WinterFest, BarStool Open, ST Patty's day parade, concerts in the park, flea markets periodically throughout the summer, and all the while you have many golf courses and lakes to enjoy and do what you may please!!  And that is from one of the many small communities that make up what I consider the Brainerd Lakes Area!  You have many events that take place in Nisswa, Pequot, Breezy Point, and Baxter area's also!  I would have to ask again what's there not to do in the area?!?!😎

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leech~~

Not all Brainerd area lakes are dead. You just have to fish when the Jet Skis are put away. 😉

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