Two Bedroom - #12

Bemidji Minnesota Resort

Home #12

Reserve a 20′ Pontoon for an entire week for Special Rate of $600 with this cabin.

Features & Amenities

This Bemidji Minnesota resort offers a 2 bedroom cabin that is brand new. This Minnesota resort cabin is located on Blackduck Lake at White Birch Resort. This MN resort is on the north side of the lake with some of the best lake views for you to take in. The two-bedroom is perfect for the Minnesota resort cabin looking for, the luxuries of your home. What Bemidji Minnesota resort offers for free cannot be matched to this MN resort.

A resort vacation in MN that is family-friendly can be one of the most memorable experiences that can cover every type of family member. Family fun is what it is all about when staying at a Minnesota lake.

This cabin has all of the modern conveniences of a home and more. There are 2 bedrooms/ 2 full bathrooms and well well-stocked kitchen that accommodates up to 8 guests comfortably.

The best vacation ideas in MN seem to be on the shores of a lake at a Minnesota resort. White Birch Resort is located on the North shore of Blackduck Lake which is one of the top walleye fishery in Minnesota State.

This cabin is located 2 hours north of the Brainerd Lakes Area and 4 hours north of the Twin Cities. The Minnesota vacation is always a big summertime tradition for getaways. There is the familiar Gull Lake area in the center of the state Next to Brainerd. Then there is the Lake Superior and Duluth up to the Boundary waters canoe area and Grand Marais. White Birch Resort is in the northern part of the state 25 north of Bemidji MN and 5 miles from Blackduck.

*Stay a week between June 10 and August 19th and receive a discount from $595 to $831 off the total rate depending on the week you choose.*

After Labor Day Weekend – May 1 Receive Special Rates – 50 – 70% OFF Regular Peak Rates!
We do not allow pets.

Minnesota Home #12 Description

Minnesota Home #12 Features and Amenities:

  • 1250 sq. ft. Lakeview living area plus 120 sq. ft. Screen Porch with Patio Set.  
  • Two Levels with Upstairs Loft
  • 2 Bedrooms (One Master Suite located on Main Level)
  • Two Full Baths.  Main Floor Bathroom w/Whirlpool Jetted Tub
  • Cabin exterior constructed of Country Hewn Log Siding, Cedar Batt & Board siding, Cedar Shake shingles and Rock finishes.
  • Exterior finish is Medium to Dark Stained
  • Interior is a unique Tongue-and-Groove, Sheetrock, Rustic Timber and Log Accents
  • Modern custom made amenities and roomy floor plan.
  • Stone and Rock accents
  • Central Heat and Air, Ceiling Fans in all Rooms  
  • Loft Includes Game Table w/Chairs and Full Size Log Futon Couch/Bed – Optional:  (Sleeps 2) 
  • High Quality New Lodge Themed Beds and Furniture all thru out Home
  • Coin-Op Washer/Dryer on Main Level
  • In Floor Coil Heating, tiled and carpet flooring 
  • One Dock Space is given FREE with each home and/or cabin rental.   Any extra dock space is an additional $15/day per watercraft.  Subject to availability.  

Note:  Base Rate 1-6 Person Occupancy.  Maximum Occupancy is 8.  Extra Person Charge: Extra Person Charge is $50/day or $200/week per person over the base rate. 

**WBR provides bedding and beds for 6 guests. Beds included in base rate for 6 guests, include 2 Queens and 1 Twin/Twin Bunk Bed (which sleeps 6). Only additional beds or bedding are provided if you are paying for more than 6 guests. Extra bed/bedding charges are located on General Policy page.


  • Master Suite: Queen Bed, Master bath w/whirlpool jetted tub (Sleeps 2) – Main Floor
  • 2nd Bedroom: Queen Bed and 1 Twin/Twin Bunk Bed (Sleeps 4) – Upstairs Floor 

**Must pay extra for futon bed and bedding.  Extra Person Charge includes cost of beds and bedding.  See Policy Above.    

Full Cook’s Kitchen:

  • A Fully Equipped Cooks Kitchen
  • Rustic Alder Custom Made Cabinetry in Kitchen
  • Pots & Pans, Dishes, Silverware, Utensils, Crock Pot, Griddle, Hand Mixer, Bunn Coffee Maker, Toaster
  • Dining Area seats 6
  • Breakfast Bar/Island seats 2
  • Large Side by Side Black Maytag Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Electric Oven/Stove, Above Stove Microwave

Living Room:

  • 40″ Flat Screen Television w/Satellite TV
  • Large open Living Room w/ Cathedral Ceiling and Stone Gas Fireplace w/Timber Mantle
  • High End Quality Rustic Lodge Themed Furniture & Accents thru out Home

Loft /Reading Area Upstairs:

  • Reading Table w/Chair – Upstairs Floor
  • Satellite 28″ Flat Screen TV, DVD/VCR Player and CD Stereo
  • Full size Log Futon Couch/Bed – Optional:  (Sleeps 2)


  • 120 sq. ft. Spacious Screen Porch with Picnic Table and Timber Posts
  • Gas Grill – Not Available from Thanksgiving to middle of April
  • 1-Private Log Swing in Front of Home by Campfire, 4 Adirondack Chairs 
  • Fully Landscaped
  • Side Home Parking for 2-3 Vehicles
  • Private Campfire in Front of Each Home
  • One Dock Space is given FREE with each home and/or cabin rental.   Any extra dock space is an additional $15/day per watercraft.  Subject to availability.  
Things You Might Want To Bring
Resort Amenities Included Free of Charge
Location of White Birch Resort In Minnesota

Bemidji, MN Resort on Blackduck Lake

Our guests enjoy many things about our Bemidji family resort, but perhaps most of all, they appreciate that our resort is committed to the “vacation home” concept. At White Birch Resort, we do everything we can to make your Minnesota resort vacation enjoyable and memorable. We offer quality Minnesota cabins with an uncrowded, relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy your quality family vacation with the luxuries of air conditioning, satellite TVs, a heated outdoor pool, WiFi, and a large sandy beach, just to name a few.

All of the resort amenities are included free with each rental for you and your family to enjoy. Our Bemidji resort, located on Blackduck Lake, is a popular vacation spot for families. Our commitment to the “vacation home” concept is what sets us apart from other resorts. At White Birch Resort, we strive to make your Minnesota resort vacation as enjoyable and memorable as possible. Our cabins are of high quality and offer an uncrowded, relaxed atmosphere that you will love. They are equipped with modern amenities like air conditioning, satellite TVs, and more. We also have a heated outdoor pool and a large sandy beach area for you to enjoy. Best of all, all of these amenities are included with every rental!

Bemidji, Minnesota is a popular vacation destination for those who love nature and the outdoors. The area is home to many resorts, lodges, and cabins that offer a variety of activities such as fishing, boating, hiking, and golfing. If you’re looking for a resort near Bemidji, there are several options to choose from but White Birch Resort having some of the newest cabins and lake homes in the area. The resort offers its unique amenities and experiences, so you can find the perfect fit for your family’s vacation. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or an adventure-packed vacation, Bemidji has something for everyone.

Bemidji is a city in northern Minnesota and is the county seat of Beltrami County. It is known for being the first city on the Mississippi River and is often referred to as the “first city on the Mississippi”. Bemidji is home to Bemidji State University and is surrounded by many lakes and forests, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The city also boasts many cultural attractions, such as the Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox statues, which are iconic landmarks of the city.

History of Bemidji Minnesota

Bemidji, the First City on the Mississippi, is a place with a unique and diverse history. The name Bemidji comes from the Ojibwe word bemijigamaag meaning “lake with crossing waters.” This refers to the way that the Mississippi flows across Lake Bemidji on its way east. Bemidji has been a favored place for settlement through recorded history, from the ancestors of the Dakota who lived on its shores, to the Ojibwe who gave the lake (and therefore city) its present name, to the Euro-Americans, African Americans, and other ethnic groups who have come to call this picturesque city home.



The First Peoples and Chief Bemidji

The first residents of the Bemidji area in recorded history were Native Americans who settled Northern Minnesota following the retreat of the glaciers around 10,000 years ago.  The receding glaciers left behind a relatively smooth landscape with numerous lakes, bogs, and moraines. These land features resulted in a natural environment rich in wildlife and plant diversity.

By the late 1600s, the Dakota were living in the area of present-day Bemidji.   Known as a plains tribe today, their original lands lay further east, including northern Minnesota. The westward migration of the Ojibwe in the 1700s precipitated the movement of the Dakota further west and south, into the areas where many live today.

In the late 1800s, Ojibwe elder and spokesperson Shaynowishkung was living with a band of about fifty people on the south shore of Lake Bemidji. Shaynowishkung was born near Inger, Minnesota, around 1834, and was a Pillager Indian of what was then known as the Cass Lake Band of Chippewa.

In his early encounters with white settlers, Shaynowishkung told them the name of the lake, which they at first took to be his name. Because of this early miscommunication, Shaynowishkung was known throughout his life as Chief Bemidji to white settlers. Shaynowishkung’s people came from Madeleine Island originally, moving to Sandy Lake, then Winnibigoshish, finally settling along the shore of Bemijigamaag.

Shaynowishkung was the first customer of the local lumber mill that opened in 1893. He purchased boards for flooring in his birch bark home. Shaynowishkung passed away in April of 1904. By this time he had been moved off his land in Bemidji and relocated to the Leech Lake Reservation, where he had an allotment. There was a large public funeral for him in Bemidji and a stone monument was erected in Greenwood Cemetery to honor the man whom the white settlers called “Chief Bemidji.”


Logging and the Saw Mills

When the fur trade declined in the mid-to-late 1800s, timber took dominance in the region. Lumber barons Thomas Barlow Walker, John S. and Charles Pillsbury, and Charles Ruggles invested millions in timber claims between 1874 and 1897. They sent timber appraisers, known as cruisers, to claim the best stands of white and Norway pine.

In July 1903 Thomas Shevlin and Elbert Carpenter opened Crookston Sawmill #1 on the south shore of Lake Bemidji. They hired 450 mill workers and ran a 24-hour operation. By 1910, Bemidji’s Crookston sawmill was advertised as the nation’s second largest. Walter Brooks said, “The magnificent timber production brought the City ofBemidji to the rank of 18th in the state for volume of business.”

Lumber production was Bemidji’s major industry; then disaster struck in a series of sawmill fires in the 1910s and 1920s. By then, most of the logging in the north forests was done. With most prime timber logged from Beltrami County, Crookston’s owners were prepared to move operations to the Pacific coast. This put 2,000 employees out of work. Local newspaper headlines read: “The Beginning of the End.”


Local History

With four exhibit galleries exploring the history of the county, including a restored telegrapher’s office that takes visitors back to the heyday of the beautifully restored 1912 Great Northern Depot, and a research room open to the public, the Beltrami County History Center provides a place where local history comes alive. The research room features a wide variety of resources on county history to be explored, including newspapers from around the county on microfilm, Beltrami County Naturalization papers, cemetery records, a vertical file organized by topics and individuals of interest. North Country Journals (a collection of transcribed oral histories), township records, plat books, Works Progress Administration Histories, city directories, high school yearbooks, books and manuscripts on local history, a public computer with World Edition, and more.


Historical information and photos provided by Beltrami County Historical Society.