Imagine yourself waking to the beautiful call of a loon. You get up to catch a glimpse of the magnificent sounding creature. As you open the door you see a family of deer dash into the woods. The pure smell of the forest air and sound of complete silence catches your attention.
You decide to go to the end of the dock where a bench is positioned. You found it intriguing that it only took a 15 ft. walk to get to the dock from the cabin. As you sat on the bench at the end of the dock, staring out at the beauty of the lake, a massive shadow crosses the water. You look up and see the huge wing span of a Bald Eagle. The eagle soars over your head and lands on an outstretched tree, 500 ft. to the east.
Just then a smile comes to your face as you realize you can wake up tomorrow and see it all again.
Spring -- Relax and observe
shore and woodland birds, bald eagles and osprey; watch and listen for
the call of the loons. Wildlife, wild flowers, peaceful surroundings and
fresh clean air abound. Fishing season opens in May, bringing opportunities
for walleye, northern, musky, bass and trout fishing as well as year 'round
Summer -- Warm days and clear starry nights set the stage for unlimited summer activities including fishing, water skiing, swimming, boating, hiking, biking, camp fires, and just enjoying the beautiful northwoods.
Fall -- Sportsmen can enjoy excellent game fishing in the fall, as well as deer and small game hunting. The fall colors in the north are breathtaking; the air is crisp and clear, and nearby hiking and biking trails offer a peaceful reprieve from the hustle-bustle of everyday life.
Winter -- SNOW! One word sums up winter fun at Twin Waters. Snowmobiling and X-C skiing is available at your cottage door, with miles of trails at your finger tips. Ice fishing on Big St.Germain lake can prove to be very rewarding.