Big Rock Resort – Walker, MN

Leech Lake’s Finest – Located in Horseshoe Bay on Leech Lake, Minnesota

Now Hiring!

Dockhand – 40hr/week May through September.

Maintenance/Groundskeeping – Year-round position.

Lodge/Store help – part-time May through September.

Seasonal staff housing available.

Please call (218) 547-1066 for more information.

Upcoming Availability!

Important: Please click through and verify dates available as not every one may be available for the entire week!

Big Rock Resort Makes “The 11 Best Fishing Resorts in Minnesota to Score Your Next Prized Catch” List!

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Book your Up North vacation today!
The pristine waters of Leech lake, Minnesota’s 3rd largest lake, is a great place to play. The fishing is fantastic for the young members of the family to the old pros! Each year new fish stories come from Leech Lake. Everything from the majestic Muskies, Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Crappies, Sunfish, Perch and Bullheads, oh even a smallmouth bass occasionally can be caught. There are also other fish in the lake that are fun to catch, dogfish (bowfin), eelpout (burbot), rock bass, tulibee (cisco), and white fish. And best yet – we offer free fish cleaning and packaging to our guests!


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Weekly Leech Lake Fishing Report
Make sure to read our weekly fishing report where we discuss fishing tips, the resort and happenings around the Walker area.


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Contact Us
Ray Phillippi – General Manager

Recent Updates

Check out the latest news from Big Rock Resort!

Finally Free…. of Ice – Opn’r 2022


It’s been a bit of a whirlwind over the last couple of weeks. If you would have asked me (many of you did) my opinion on ice out I would.. read more

Hot and Dry with Walleye on the side


After a two-week hiatus that included weather that about made me melt into a puddle on the ground, I’m back with a little Leech Lake fishing update/blog. The month of.. read more



With a few days of much needed rest after last weekends flurry of walleye activity guests wasted no time making their way back up north to Leech Lake for the.. read more