Sugar Point Resort is located on the eastern shore of Leech Lake, Minnesota's fourth largest lake. Close to Cedar Rapids, Walker and Longville, Sugar Point Resort is your hideaway close to home. No matter the season, Sugar Point Resort has the best fishing, hunting, camping and vacationing for you and your family. Whether you choose to visit during the spring and summer months with access to countless outdoor activities; during the fall with our beautiful changing colors; or during the winter to try the resort's growing winter sport options – you will leave refreshed and rejuvenated.
Under new ownership, Sugar Point Resort is going through a major transformation. Located in the same great central location on the lake, the resort's cabins, campgrounds and amenities are getting a major facelift to ensure the best experience for your next vacation.
With some of the best fishing waters in the state of Minnesota, Leech Lake is a premier fishing destination, offering a full range of challenging sport fishing. You can fish the open water of the main lake or explore the backwaters of the many bays. Sugar Point's central location will keep you close to the hottest fishing spots. Muskies, northern pike, walleyes, bass and crappie can all be caught, along with jumbo perch, bluegill and sunnies.
Kids are welcome. Sugar Point Resort’s spacious grounds provide a safe environment for kids, with two playground areas plus paddleboats, volleyball and basketball. During the summer season there are kids activities several times a week. It provides a wonderful opportunity for youngsters to meet the other children. These have proven to be very popular with the parents, also. The enclosed heated pool provides hours of fun in any weather.
Sugar Point understands that pets are part of the family. The resort accepts quiet, well behaved pets. However, please keep all pets on their leashes and be sure to clean up after them.
Sugar Point Resort has more than just lake activities. Interesting and educational side trips include the Forest History Center, Deep Portage Conservation Reserve, Itasca State Park and the Chippewa National Forest. Other nearby activities include horseback riding, golf, casinos, wild animal petting park, waterslide, restaurants, antique shops and shopping.
Duck, Deer, Grouse and Pheasant Hunting
Sleeping and Relaxing
Picnicking on Bear Island
Forest History Center
Deep Portage Nature Center
Golf and Tennis
Bingo and Casino
Headwaters of Mississippi
Paul Bunyan Amusement Park
River Boat Theater