About Us


The Lodge

The Lodge at Big Rock Resort was constructed in the traditional style of Northern Minnesota buildings. The exterior has half log siding while the interior has knotty pine paneling with large windows providing views to Leech Lake, the harbor and the resort grounds. Two large stone fireplaces, a large screen TV, bar, and a small store. The Lodge is an active place to have fun and meet your friends.

Very large ice cream cones are a favorite. Large mugs of 1919 Root Beer or frosty glass of Grain Belt Premium Light are available at the bar where you can also order pizzas. The lodge also carries basic groceries, snacks, fishing tackle, souvenirs, and supplies. We also offer quite a selection of Big Rock clothing that will make you a true northern Minnesota native.

We have a separate recreation room for the kids (or the kid in all of us) with pool, foosball, and air hockey tables.

The Harbor

The focal point of Big Rock Resort is the large, picturesque, and safe harbor. Our rental fleet offers three Alumacraft fishing boats, one Polarkraft fishing boat, a 24-foot Suntracker Pontoon, and a 22-foot South Bay Pontoon. The cabins and recreation facilities surround the harbor. With its floating dock system your boat will be protected and easily accessible. We offer 50 well-lit boat slips with access to electricity. Gas is available in the harbor as well.

Helpful dock crew and free fish cleaning and freezing. The harbor is also a place to observe birds, ducks, geese, and otters or to catch fish! The launch ramp is not steep but has deep water for landing large boats.

Our Character

Big Rock Resort has the fun and relaxation you deserve at a price you can afford. Swim and sunbathe in our heated pool and large sun deck. Relax in our hot tub. Stay active at our tennis/pickle ball court, basketball court, playground, volleyball, or water trampoline placed out in front of our lodge in the sandy waters of Leech Lake.

Please click on any page to get a complete understanding of Big Rock Resort and the Walker, Minnesota Area. Many of the scenic photographs are located in cabins as framed artwork.