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Coming Labor Day weekend: Unplug at Nature Link Resort

Read about Nature Link Resort in the upcoming Progress Edition.

Canoes lie on sandy beach with lake visible
The beach at Nature Link Resort in Nisswa allows guests to have a bonfire, gaze out on Clark Lake or take canoes and kayaks for a spin.
Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch
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One of the lakes area’s newest resorts, Nature Link is a woodsy getaway on the shores of Clark Lake, nestled amongst the trees in the former spot of the Minnesota Hockey Camps.

Check out the Labor Weekend Progress Edition for more on the resort and its modern-style event space.

Related Topics: PROGRESS EDITION 2022NISSWA
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