With the Continental Divide located just outside Blackduck city limits, many people consider the town to be located on top of the world. The waters north of the divide flow into Canada’s Hudson Bay, while the waters south flow to the Gulf of Mexico. The city is in the center of a unique recreational area abounding with picturesque attractions.
There is something for everyone in Blackduck and the surrounding areas during all four of Minnesota’s beautiful seasons. Whether you hike, bike, hunt, fish, camp, snowmobile or ski, the Blackduck area’s lakes and state parks are just what you need.
Scenic trails surrounding Blackduck are ideal for hiking, running and biking throughout the spring, summer and fall. In the winter, these trails are perfectly groomed for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
Area lakes offer something for everyone:
Blackduck Lake – Blackduck Lake is located two miles west of Blackduck. It provides good angling for walleye, northern pike and yellow perch.
Benjamin Lake – Benjamin Lake offers a pleasant stop along the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway for swimming, boating and picnicking.
Webster Lake – Webster Lake is located ten miles south of Blackduck on County Road 39. The campground at Webster Lake provides access to the lake, a picnic area and a large trail system.
Pine Tree Park Municipal Campground – Pine Tree Park Municipal Campground is a popular Blackduck recreational area. It is located across the road from the Blackduck Municipal Golf Course, and offers picnic shelters and campsites with or without electrical hookups.
Reservations & Camping Regulations
Pine Tree Park Map
It’s easy to see why people are getting outside in Blackduck.