Imagine waking up early in the morning, fishing rod in hand, and paddling out into a quiet lake surrounded by a beautiful rocky shoreline and towering pine trees. The heavy lead splashes as it breaks through the surface, sending ripples across the vast lake. You hear the call of loons and take a deep breath. You’re home.
The morning drifts on as you sip your coffee and float in the pristine waters. Suddenly, the tension at the end of your fishing rod breaks the silence. It’s a Trophy Walleye, you think to yourself. Maybe a Northern Pike.
As the sun rises high into the late morning sky, you begin to paddle back to your isolated backcountry campsite tucked behind a thin layer of trees.
Tranquility awaits when you book a flight to a jet charter airport in Birch Lake, Minnesota.
Tucked away in Saint Louis County only a short drive from Lake Superior, Birch Lake features more than 100 miles of undeveloped and heavily forested shoreline. Rocky points jut into the water dotted with islands and bays. When you see it, there’s no surprise as to why Birch Lake was voted one of the most scenic lakes in Minnesota by Boating World Magazine.
Want to leave the campsite and backcountry camping behind? Birch Lake is a popular house-boating destination loved by families for its great swimming and fishing.
When you fly to Birch Lake, Minnesota, you’ll arrive at Birch Lake Airport in the nearby town of Deerwood, Minnesota.