Ben’s Hot Country Karaoke provides karaoke and DJ entertainment throughout the McGregor area, surrounding communities and Mille Lacs Lake resorts. His catalog of songs numbers in the thousands and includes something from every possible genre of music, including country, pop and rock and roll, ranging from classics to current. The song catalog is routinely updated with new music and requests. A large selection of dance music and classics from every decade is also available.
Ben performs shows at area resorts and establishments as well as at community events, weddings, family reunions and other private parties. Call 218-768-4140 or 218-390-1593 for rates and availability – but call early as he books nearly a year in advance.
Complete schedules are available on FaceBook @ Ben’s Hot Country Karaoke with updates posted weekly.
On the map, Long Lake Conservation Center is in the heart of Aitkin County, south of Palisade, between McGregor and Aitkin. As a county park and nature education facility, Long Lake Conservation Center is the place for learning, discovery, and connecting to nature. Our mission is to encourage the exploration, conservation, education, and appreciation of nature! Everyday we work to connect people with nature. Primarily, Long Lake serves schools by hosting overnight, nature immersion field trips called the Long Lake Field Study. Additionally, we offer week long summer camps, adult programs, facility rentals, and community workshops. Long Lake Conservation Center sits on 760 acres and features a private lake, miles of hiking trails, ski trails, a bog boardwalk, geocaches, and more! Mark Long Lake Conservation Center on your map as a destination for discovery, we cannot wait to explore with you!
Time slips by when you visit this park of the north. Walk the Savanna Portage Trail, a historic trail traveled by fur traders, Dakota and Ojibwe Indians, and explorers more than 200 years ago. Savanna Portage State Park has 15,818 acres of rolling hills, lakes, and bogs. The Continental Divide marks the great division of water: water to the west flows into the Mississippi River; water to the east runs into Lake Superior. Visitors can hike the Continental Divide Trail and see forested vistas. During the summer, visitors enjoy swimming at Loon Lake. Bike enthusiasts can pedal on roads, or on dirt trails designated for mountain bikes. With four fishing lakes and a river, its common for anglers to catch pan-fish, trout and bass. Come winter, this park offers snowmobilers approximately 32 miles of trails to explore.
Historic Areas in Park
Experience golf in Minnesota as it was meant to be. Minnesota National is a Northern Minnesota 27 hole Joel Goldstrand Masterpiece. With five sets of tees on every hole and stretching to a magnificent 7200 yards, our Championship Course has something to offer all levels of golfers. The championship course has meticulously maintained bentgrass fairways, tees and greens, and Ohio white sand bunkers. Each hole will make you feel like you are out on the course all alone, except you will be surrounded by the abundant wildlife and beauty that is native to Northern Minnesota. Also stop in for a quick 9-holes on our Savanna Course. With a par of 33 that can be played to 2500 yards, the course is great for the family, a fun late nine or a way to hone your wedge skills, Savanna is truly a course that can be enjoyed by all levels.
Considered one of the most beautiful locations in Northern Minnesota, Minnesota National is a magical place for your special day with elegant indoor and outdoor ceremony and reception sites of varying sizes and environments. Our dedicated team is committed to make your experience one to remember. We can accommodate groups up to 300+ people. Our event menu can fit any budget. Whether it is appetizers, a buffet, or plated dinner service, your guests are sure to be impressed. It’s the perfect setting for your perfect day!
Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located in Aitkin County in east central Minnesota, about five miles south of the community of McGregor. It was established in 1935 to preserve valuable habitat for waterfowl. The most important resource on the refuge is Rice Lake itself, a shallow, 3,600 acre wild rice-producing lake. The refuge has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area by the American Bird Conservancy due to the importance of the lake and its wild rice as a food source to migrating waterfowl, especially ring-necked ducks. The refuge has also been designated as a State Important Bird Area, as part of the larger McGregor Important Bird Area, by the National Audubon Society.
The Tamarack Sno-Flyers Snowmobile Club started grooming trails in 1972. We now groom 155.1 miles of trails in Aitkin County.
We meet the second Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at our clubhouse located in Tamarack. Everyone is welcome to join!
Our club has the following charitable gambling sites (License# 07093):
*The Blue Moose on the Lake on County Rd 40 *Jacks Shack on Highway 65 and 27 *Lakeview Inn off of County Rd 4 on Dam Lake *Village Pump Saloon on Hwy 210 in Tamarack
*202 Tavern at 49482 202nd Place one block off of County Rd 14 *Mark’s Bar on Highway 210 in McGregor
As you travel the trails stop in for food and refreshments. Together we help the trails to continue. Thank you!
Up North Riders are an ATV club dedicated to safe and fun riding. We have over 100 members and 200 miles of Northwoods ATV Trails. Club activities include riding events, raffles, youth ATV safety training, and other community events. We work with the DNR to expand ATV trails in Aitkin County and we are based out of McGregor, MN.
A truly one stop, must stop store at the gateway to the McGregor lakes area. Gas, bait, liquor, groceries, general merchandise, tackle, ATM, license’s, etc