We stayed at Breezy Point in the Eagle's Nest cabins for Christmas 2012 and had the one-bedroom unit. There is not much to do in the area, the resort itself wasn't too bad but the cabin was really cold. We had the thermostat turned all the way up and tried to have the gas fireplace on but the pilot light kept going out requiring us to constantly call maintenance. The kids activities were not great, our kids are young and they lost interest pretty quickly. I would not recommend for a family with little kids as the only activities are outside. There are two pools, one in the main part of the resort which is too small considering the size of the resort and another over by the Eagle's Nest area next to Antler's restaurant. We spent most of our time in this pool because it was private but everyone that went into the water ended up with a rash. If you want to snowmobile and cross-country ski then this would be a great place to come to but other than that I don't recommend in the winter time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled along the shores of Big Pelican Lake, Breezy Point Resort, provides the perfect setting for you, your friends and your family to get away from it all. The resort encompasses 3,000 acres with two 18-hole golf courses, a complete boat marina, more than 250 lodging units, restaurants, an ice arena, lounge and full-service conference center. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Breezy Point Hotel Breezy Point