A last best place. Seclude yourself within majestic red pines filled with privacy at Wambolt's Camp on Upper Bottle Lake in central Minnesota's lake region. The property offers 15 preserved historic log cabins ideal for a family or corporate retreat, or kept as a historic up-north resort only 30 feet from the water on 67 acres with 1,950 feet of shoreline. The camp was originally settled in 1899 by Bud Wambolt with the first guests arriving in 1901. A haven for hiking, cross country skiing, hunting, fishing, water sports, snowmobiling, camping, and bonfires with exceptional equestrian potential. All of these desirable amenities are 23 minutes north of vibrant Park Rapids. Konshok Municipal airport offers access for corporate jets. An adjacent additional 36 acres and 1200 feet of shoreline is also available. With abundant wildlife, unmatched privacy and captivating nature experiences of all that Minnesota lake life has to offer, Wambolt's Camp is a once in a generation opportunity.
|Lot Dimensions:||67 acres|
|School District:||309 - Park Rapids|
|Taxes with Assessments:||$11,834|
Additional FeaturesBasement: None
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600 Park Avenue South / PO Box 512
Park Rapids, MN 56470
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Park Rapids MN 21 bedrooms 12 baths . A last best place. Seclude yourself within majestic red pines filled with privacy at Wambolt's Camp on Upper Bottle Lake in central Minnesota's lake region. The property offers 15 preserved historic . . .