Grand Rapids Vacations & Travel Packages!
Located in the Itasca County, Minnesota, US is the city of Grand Rapids. The city is a perfect place for a family vacation amidst the charming and picturesque region. Stroll through the city center to explore the history and some of the best shops & boutiques. To name a few Salmela Jewelers, Wings ‘N Willows Art Gallery & Custom Framing, Shaw Florists Amish & Antiques, Bender’s Shoes, Central Square Mall, and Annabella’s Antique Mall & Cafe. Some of the well known fishing lakes, forest, and trails in Grand Rapids provide ample of leisure and outdoor adventure opportunities like ice fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and hiking. Within the city are several art centers to entertain art and culture lovers such as MacRostie Art Center, Reif Performing Arts Center, Grand Rapids Arts, Edge Center for the Arts, and more. Grand Rapids is home to various types of churches like Lutheran Churches, Catholic Churches, and more. To enjoy the affordable Grand Rapids vacations, Autumn is the best season! Book your Grand Rapids tour packages now and avoid paying more later!
Places of interest in Grand Rapids
Bass Lake County Park
The Bass Lake County Park is located around 2 hours drive away from the city of Grand Rapids. Within the park are nearly 663 acres of white & red pine, aspen, cedar, and spruce forest along with Bass Lake. The park features a Swimming Beach, Hiking Trail, Snowmobile Trail, Bike Trail, and campground. Pets in the campground are welcomed!
Mesabi Bike Trail
The Mesabi Bike Trail is nearly 132 mile long. The trail runs through abandoned railways, mining , and logging roads, connecting the cities of Grand Rapids and Ely. The Mesabi Bike Trail is a multi-use trail where visitors can enjoy in-line skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobile riding, hiking, and bicycling.
Chippewa National Forest
Initially known as the "Minnesota National Forest", the Chippewa National Forest, located in the heart of the State of Minnesota and can be reached after nearly one hour of drive from the city of Grand Rapids. The forest boundary covers near about 1.6 million acres of area. Within the forest are around 100 back-country campsites, 21 developed campgrounds, 20 miles of horse riding trails, 160 miles of hiking trails, 380 miles of motorized trails, 298 miles of non-motorized trails, more than 1300 lakes.