The small town of Cass Lake is located in northern Minnesota within the boundaries of the beautiful Chippewa National Forest, home to one of the largest populations of breeding Bald Eagles in the lower 48 states.
Mori no Ike, Japanese Language Village
16950 Andrusia Rd SE
Cass Lake, MN 56633
Phone: (218) 335-6304
Fax: (218) 335-7959
Map and Driving Directions (pdf)
A variety of businesses and Native Arts and Crafts stores can be found offering traditional hand harvested wild rice, maple syrup, birch bark crafts, quill boxes and other cultural treasures. Pow wow celebrations hosted by the local Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) Native American tribe bring together traditional dancers from all over the United States and Canada, outfitted in historic dress and colors.
Cass Lake Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Information
Phone: (800) 356-8615.
Maps, calendar of events, resort and campground listings, as well as expert advice from staff are all available to help plan your stay. Find up to date information on new festivals, sportsman’s activities, birding events, area pow wows and many other activities in the greater Cass Lake area.
Camp Minne-wa-Kan is a traditional summer camp built along the shores of Lake Andrusia. The cabins, dining hall, and group activity facilities are built out of logs with views of the lake.