Black Pine Beach Resort, Inc.
- Resort / Lodge
Black Pine Beach is ready to host your family, small group, or just the two of you. The cedar-sided cabins range from cozy 2 bdrms to the spacious 6 bdrm,3 bath unit, so comfortable for larger groups. Home made quilts, HD satellite TV & DVD players, A/C, free wireless. Most cabins have fireplaces.
Choose any season! Look out at peaceful snow-crowned pines while enjoying a crackling fire. Watch squirrels and winter birds at your cabin's feeder. Join us for spring's 'tinkling bells' of final meltdown. Enjoy the pleasure of early-season golfing. Spend the opening of walleye and bass seasons here. Explore the Secret Garden, and shop the expanded gift shop at the lodge.
Don't let the summer sun find you stagnating in daily traffic snarls, stuffed behind a desk or counter. Escape! Nab a relaxing summer week at Black Pine Beach Resort. Slowly swivel your toes into warm, clean sand, lean back and feel the light summer breeze. Aah! This is where you've always wanted to be.
When a touch of fall slips into the air, we're ready with the Call of the Fall theme getaways. Intriguing activities, specials, prizes, and fun have been capturing autumn vacationers for over a decade. It's time to have the kind of fun you remember. Be a part of the 'Call of the Fall' theme getaways!
Fun dining, shopping, antiquing, events, and festivals, combine to put area polish on a great cabin stay. Visit us every year,any season. We're committed to helping you take home a great vacation story! Located on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes & Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway,
- Cedar-sided cabins for couples, families and small groups
- Lakefront beach on Whitefish Chain of Lakes
- Explore the Secret Garden. Send elf-notes.
- Fall Themed getaways, discounts and free prizes
- On the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway
- Accepts less than 7 night stay
- Handicap Accessibility
- Internet Access
- Open Year Round
- Recreation Equipment Rental
- Swimming Beach
South shore of Whitefish Chain on Little Whitefish Lake (aka: Pig Lake). 40 minutes from Brainerd. Follow Highway 371 north to County Road 16, then east 8 miles.