Huntersville Visitor Information

The Huntersville Community:  Huntersville, MN is an unincorporated town near the city of Menahga.  Highlights of the town include a state forest, the Crow Wing River that flows nearby, a bar and grill, a canoe outfitter, and many parks and campgrounds.

Huntersville Outpost Bar & Grill:  The Huntersville Outpost Bar & Grill is located in the rural Menahga area, within the Huntersville Township. It offers a bar and a burger-based menu, with grilled food and nightly specials. Live bands come often, and a new patio allows an option for smokers.  The old ball field next to the bar offers RV camping with water and electric hookups. The Outpost opens at 11 a.m. 'til closing Monday through Saturday and noon to midnight on Sundays.  For more information, you can check out The Outpost’s Facebook page.

Huntersville Forest Landing Campground:  The Huntersville Forest Landing Campsite is located on the Crow Wing River, near the towns of Huntersville, Nimrod, and Menahga.  The campsites consist of a cleared area, fire ring, picnic table, vault toilets, garbage cans, and drinking water.  Being located on the Crow Wing allows for great opportunities to canoe, tube, swim, and hike along the campground.  The snowmobile trails within the areas of Sebeka, Menahga, and Nimrod also go through this campground, allowing people to enjoy its beauty during all four seasons.  For more information, you can check out the DNR website.

Huntersville State Forest:  The Huntersville State Forest is a 33,963 acre, 52 sq mile forest that stretches across Wadena, Hubbard, and Cass Counties.  It contains mostly jack and red pines, with aspens and spruces as well.  Both the Crow Wing and Shell Rivers run through the forest, making the area ideal for camping, tubing, canoeing, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors.  There are access points and many put-in and take-out areas along the rivers within the forest.  There are also miles of trails that can be used for walking, hiking, and snowmobiling.  Campsites within the forest include Huntersville Forest Landing Campground, Shell City Horse Campground, and Shell City Landing Campground.    

Tree Farm Landing:  Tree Farm Landing is a beautiful campground that is managed by the Department of Natural Resources-Forestry Division.  The land includes many walking and hiking trails, a great view of the river from above, and campsites located on a flat next to the river.  These campsites sit next to a calm and sandy river area, ideal for swimming.  From here it is approximately 3.5 miles to the next campsite along the river.

Casey’s Landing:  Casey's Landing is another convenient rest stop along the river.  Although there is no overnight camping, it does offer a great place to enjoy nearby scenery. 

Huntersville Canoe Outfitters:  Huntersville Canoe Outfitters is located along the Crow Wing River, surrounded by many area campsites.  It lies within the Huntersville State Forest, and offers a convenient place to rent canoes, kayaks, and tubes for water activities.  They allow for special group trips and have ample parking space for cars.  For more information, you can check out their website.  

Amateur Baseball:  The Huntersville Horseflies are the amateur baseball team with team members who reside around the Huntersville Township area.  They are a part of the Lake & Pine North Division, and hold games on weekends throughout the summer.  Their home field is located in the nearby town of Hubbard.

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