PHOTO: On Front of postcard : BREEZY POINT LODGE-BRAINERD, MINNESOTA. On reverse, possible manufacture date of 1958. World's Famous Summer Resort. 370
wooded acres, 1500 feet of white, sandy beach, our own private golf course, riding stables and bowling alleys. 75 rooms in the Main Lodge, each with a tile bath.
42 cottages, coctail lounge and bar. Rhythmic Rhumba Band for nightly
Although few resorts were in the city limits of Brainerd per se, I think they should be included here since many were a vital part of the building of the "Brainerd Lakes
Here are a few that come to mind:
-BREEZY POINT LODGE/RESORT, on Pelican Lake.
9/15/07: I'm not sure, but I think when when Big Al Cib reads this section he will do some research on this resort for me and submit here.
He will focus on the island now owned by the resort, Gooseberry Island.
-CINOSAM CLUB, on Gull and Round Lakes: Not really a resort, but an association of Masons (Cinosam is Masonic spelled backwards).
-CRAGUN'S RESORT, on Gull Lake.
-GRAND VIEW LODGE, on Gull Lake.
-ISLAND VIEW LODGE, on Gull Lake.
-MADDEN'S RESORT, on Gull Lake.
-RUTTGERS RESORT, on Gull Lake.