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East Gull Lake Marinas Cragun’s Resort Marina If it can be done on the water, you’ll probably find it at Cragun’s Marina. Cragun’s full-service, lake-level marina is located on Gull Lake’s Steamboat Bay. Gull Lake is home to fabulous fishing for walleye, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass and pan fish. You can launch your…Read More
East Gull Lake Dining CRAGUN’S RESORT Irma’s Kitchen – Gull Lake’s freshest restaurant is open seasonally in the summer and is located at the south end of Cragun’s Resort overlooking Gull Lake. All food items are made in house using many of Irma Cragun’s recipes and the freshest local ingredients. The restaurant also includes a separate…Read More
CRAGUN’S LEGACY COURSES HISTORY & BACKGROUND: Ground was broken for Cragun’s Legacy Courses in August 1997, on a tract of virgin woods that Dutch and Irma Cragun had set aside with the notion of one day converting into a park. After a lengthy process of reviewing the work of the world’s top 20 golf course…Read More
EAST GULL LAKE MULTI-USE TRAIL The Legacy Village is located within the City of East Gull Lake. Within the city limits, there are several beautiful lakes with over 38 miles of shoreline, over 8 miles of newly paved multi-use trails, 108 holes of golf with two courses highly ranked by Golf Digest Magazine, tennis courts,…Read More
MADDEN’S RESORT – GOLF Award winning golf surrounds Cragun’s Legacy Communities which includes Madden’s Resort’s 4 golf courses and 63 holes of golf. Experience the beauty and serenity of these northern Minnesota golf courses nestled in the north woods. With challenging shots and breathtaking views golfers looking to get away from it all and get…Read More
Pillsbury State Forest Pillsbury Forest is a state forest located in Cass County with access just 4.4 miles north on County Road 77 from the Legacy Village. The forest borders Gull Lake on the south and the city of Lake Shore to the north. It is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The…Read More