Northview Bank Lends in Detroit Lakes
Detroit Lakes is a town that knows how to have a good time. With 400 lakes in a 25-mile radius, there’s than enough more fishing, watersports, and lake cabin activities to keep you busy. Summertime visitors to Detroit Lakes (or DL) love to fish, ski, wakeboard, sail, go hot air ballooning, golf, pop in at flea markets or farmers’ markets. Detroit Lakes is also home to WE Fest, one of the country’s largest country music festivals.
Though busy, Detroit Lakes is Minnesotan through and through with the Festival of Birds, Water Carnival, Tuesdays in the Park, and theater productions and music at the Historic Holmes Theatre.
Fishermen and those seeking water-based fun find plenty to like in 3,000 acre Detroit Lake, which boasts strong walleye, northern pike, crappie, and muskie populations, and even has sturgeon. Its shoreline is dotted with cabins, so it could be a good place to look for your next lake home. Big Cormorant Lake is a true natural prairie walleye lake. At 3,700 acres, it is 75 feet deep, has clarity over 20 feet, and is the second-largest lake in Becker County.
In nearby Pelican Rapids is Pelican Lake, a 4,000 acre lake with excellent fishing. Pelican Lake has many lake cabins and could also be a good place to find a lake cabin for sale.
If you’re looking for a lake cabin or log home far enough out, but still close to a bustling small town, you’ll find it near Detroit Lakes—click here to get prequalified. If it’s a lake lot or bare land near Detroit Lakes that you’re looking for, click here to get prequalified.