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Warroad, Minnesota is a city located on the southwestern corner of Lake of the Woods, bordering Canada. It's known as a premier fishing destination, particularly for walleye, but also for northern pike, perch, muskie, and bass. Fishing is year-round with options for both summer and ice fishing on the lake. Beyond fishing, Warroad offers opportunities for hunting, nature viewing, and birding. The Point Park marks the beginning of the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail and has an observation tower for scenic views of Lake of the Woods. For those who enjoy snowmobiling and ATVs, there are hundreds of miles of trails to explore.

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Airports near Warroad

You have choices when it comes to reaching Warroad. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Warroad.

Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

Located in Winnipeg, Canada, this airport is approximately 180 miles (290 kilometres) northeast of Warroad. It is the closest international airport and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.


Hector International Airport

Situated in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, this airport is about 200 miles (320 kilometres) southwest of Warroad. It serves as a regional airport with connections to major cities in the United States.


Thunder Bay International Airport

Located in Thunder Bay, Canada, this airport is approximately 250 miles (400 kilometres) east of Warroad. It is another regional airport that offers domestic and limited international flights.


Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

Although not within a reasonable driving distance, this airport is a major hub located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. It is about 350 miles (560 kilometres) south of Warroad. travellers may need to take a connecting flight from MSP to one of the closer regional airports mentioned above.

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Things to do in Warroad

Discovering the many attractions of Warroad can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

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William S. Marvin Training and Visitor Center

Learn about the fascinating history of Lake of the Woods at the William S. Marvin Training and Visitor Center. This centre offers interactive exhibits that detail the rich fishing heritage of the region, the different types of fish that can be found in the lake, and the importance of conservation efforts. Visitors can also take a self-guided tour of the centre's hatchery, where they can see rainbow trout, walleye, and lake sturgeon up close.

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Lake of the Woods

Experience the natural beauty of Lake of the Woods, the state's largest freshwater lake. This vast body of water offers a variety of recreational activities for visitors of all ages, including fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking. Anglers can cast their lines for a variety of fish, including walleye, pike, and muskie. Boaters can explore the many bays and islands of the lake, while swimmers can enjoy the refreshing waters. Hikers can explore the trails that wind through the forests and meadows that surround the lake.

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The Shed

Take a step back in time at The Shed, a unique museum that is housed in a historic two-story building. This museum features exhibits that showcase the history of Warroad and the surrounding area. Visitors can learn about the early settlers of the region, the logging industry, and the importance of the railroad to the development of the town. The museum also houses a collection of artefacts from the Ojibwe people, who have lived in the area for centuries.

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