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The City of Hoyt Lakes

Welcomes You!

We're a community with a resort atmosphere that is family oriented and provides everything from a Winter playground to Summer fun.
So accommodating, you may want to stay.

To contact us call 218-225-2344 or
toll free 855-955-2344

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 God Bless America!

Latest News:

   Release of the Supplemental Draft Environmental
  Impact Statement (SDEIS) for the NorthMet Mining
  Project and Land Exchange.  The SDEIS has been
  prepared by three Co-lead Agencies - the Minnesota
  Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), the U.S.
  Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the U.S.
  Forest Service (USFS).  The SDEIS is available on
the MDNR web page at:

 
 NorthMet SDEIS: Minnesota DNR




Public Notice

The City of Hoyt Lakes is experiencing a number of freezing water service lines.  Residents and businesses who have had a problem in the past are encouraged to start a water stream the size of a pencil to keep their water lines open.  Also, the sewer vent pipe located on the roof needs to be kept clear of ice and snow.







 

 

 

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Hoyt Lakes is bordered by two beautiful lakes and has direct access to the North Shore of Lake Superior via the Superior National Forest Scenic Byway (FH 11).   
Outdoor recreation is a way of life in Hoyt Lakes.

The Winter Season provides opportunities for ice fishing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. From Hoyt Lakes area trails, riders can connect with a network of 3,100 miles of groomed trails which wind through some of Minnesota's most beautiful forest areas. The scenic Bird Lake and Colby Lake Cross Country Skiing trails are just outside of town. Downhill Skiing and Cross Country skiing can also be enjoyed at nearby Giant's Ridge Golf & Ski Resort or in the Winter Wonderland of the Superior National Forest. The Hoyt Lakes Arena facility offers indoor hockey, figure skating and basketball.

Summer is the season for camping at Fisherman's Point Campground. Swimmers can enjoy a lifeguard supervised swim and a picnic at Colby Lake Beach. Test your skills at the 9 hole, par 36, Municipal Golf Course. Hoyt Lakes is proud of its outdoor recreation facilities that include regulation tennis courts, volleyball courts, four ball fields, and many paved hiking and biking trails. All facilities are in close proximity to the Country Inn of Hoyt Lakes.

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