Welcome to the Mille Lacs/Cuyuna/Brainerd Lakes Area
Camp Holiday is nestled on the shores of Turtle Lake, offering 12 Cabins, Seven Bedroom Reunion Home, Private Vacation Home and 40 Campsites.
Here you be able to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Enjoy fishing from two lakes or relax by a campfire and listen to the sounds of the loon.
1, 2,& 3 bedrooms available. All of our Cabins are featured with full kitchens, bathrooms, charcoal grills, fire pit, picnic table, HD satellite TV, and many more amenities.
Our Reunion Home offers 7 bedrooms, four bathrooms with two Jacuzzis, large kitchen/dining room with two refrigerators, two living rooms, gas fireplace, HD satellite TV’s, three season porch and a large deck. The Reunion Home is open year round.
Looking for Privacy! Check out our Northwoods Vacation Home. This home is secluded on the east shores of Turtle Lake on 30 wooded acres. It features 7 bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, floor to ceiling rock fireplace, three season porch, deck overlooking the lake, private beach, swim raft, dock and many more great amenities! This home is open year around.
Relax in our tree lined Campground: containing 40 sites, 6 right on the lake! We offer full hook-up, water/electric and tent sites. All sites are provided with a fire ring and picnic table. Some sites have a shelter over the picnic table to protect you from the rain.
Fun For the Whole Family!
Two swimming beaches offering water slides, bongo raft, and a sandy beach. Both beaches are roped off for your safety. Or get on the lake with one of our rental items. We have paddleboats, kayaks, hydro bikes, canoes, boat/motors, and pontoons.
Fish from Two Lakes!
Turtle Lake is a clear spring-fed lake that is great for swimming, or fishing the many species of fish. Best known for bass and northern, plus there are many varieties of pan fish from which your youngster can produce his or her first catch. Turtle Lake is also accessible to Partridge Lake providing sportsmen or vacationers with plenty of action.
Please DO NOT bring your own firewood the Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Forest Service ask that you not transport firewood in order to help curb the spread of the invasive gypsy moth and ash borer.
Therese and Paul Erickson 27406 Round Lake Road
Deerwood, MN 56444
Phone: 218-678-2495 Tollfree: 800-450-2495 firstname.lastname@example.org