What's Wild in the Woods?

Deer frequent the yard daily and the resort area thrives during the hunting season. You may also see in our neck of the woods bear, fox, raccoon, beaver, mink, otter, several other creatures, and fowl to give you scenes of delight while taking in the splendor of the fresh Minnesota air. There is a large Eagle's nest across the field at the end of our road. Grab the binoculars and spend the afternoon watching these majestic creatures.

Come and spend tranquil moments on the porch sipping your favorite brew and taking it all in.

For more information about the area and the new 18 hole golf course click Area Links

The Lake

Lake of the Woods is approximately 38 feet at its deepest and covers 1,980 square miles of which 1,485 square miles are water. It is 65 miles long and 55 miles wide. About two thirds of the lake is in Canada, and about one third is in Minnesota. It has 14,000 islands, more than any other lake in North America.

LOTW is the walleye capital of the world and also has Great Northern and Sauger fish. If you enjoy casting to shoreline structure, you'll like it at LOTW, there are 65,000 miles of shoreline here!

Directions from Baudette

Take Highway 172 North from Baudette about 12 miles, turn left onto Cottonwood Rd. Cottonwood Road is a circle drive, do not turn on the first Cottonwood Road as it is a minimum maintenance road. Turn on the second Cottonwood Road across from Border Bait Co., a small gas station and mini-market. Our driveway is straight ahead. The house is set back about 1,000 feet. There is plenty of parking at the end of the driveway on the left.

About Wildwood

Wildwood Inn Bed and Breakfast has six guest rooms, each with it's own private bathroom. We are on Lake of the Wood and the Rainy River, the Walleye Fishing Capital of the World.

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