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Things to do in Breezy Point

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Ranked #1 of 5 attractions in Breezy Point
Category: Golf Courses
Designed by Arnold Palmer and ranked as one of the top ten new public courses by Golf Magazine.
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Ranked #2 of 5 attractions in Breezy Point
Category: Golf Courses
Tournament-level golf course at the Breezy Point Resort.
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Ranked #3 of 5 attractions in Breezy Point
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: Explore beautiful Pelican Lake aboard the Breezy Belle, a unique Paddle-Wheel Excursion Boat mastered by Captain Jay... more » Owner description: Explore beautiful Pelican Lake aboard the Breezy Belle, a unique Paddle-Wheel Excursion Boat mastered by Captain Jay Salinger. The Breezy Belle is a great choice for any group, or a way for you and some friends to go on a dinner cruise or lunch cruise and unwind.The Breezy Belle is available 7-days-a-week May through mid-October and can accommodate up to 100 passengers.The Belle features an enclosed main deck, open upper deck, banquet tables and chairs, head (restroom), handicapped accessible (main deck), US Coast Guard Inspected, and a Licensed Captain.Excellent for a Family Reunion, Wedding, Wedding Reception, Grooms Dinner, Rehearsal Dinner, Birthday Party, Anniversary Party, Employee Party, Club Meeting, Fundraiser, Company Picnic, Bus Tours and more!The Breezy Belle was built and designed right here in Brainerd, Minnesota on the shores of Rice Lake by Captain Nick Buffetta and his Grandfather, Captain Harold Rademacher. They began construction in 1999 and the boat was completed in 2003 with the US Coast Guard's Certification. Captain Harold passed away in 2004, and the Breezy Belle is now operated by Breezy Point Resort and Captain Jay Salinger. « less
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Ranked #4 of 5 attractions in Breezy Point
Category: Golf Courses
Golf course built in the 1920s at the Breezy Point Resort.
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