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The Weather in Squaw Lake
The above is a climate diagram for Squaw Lake. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 78°. However, temperatures can go lower than 0° in Squaw Lake in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Gastronomy at Squaw Lake
For food, Squaw Lake has The Hill Restaurant, a restaurant and motel that has long been a fixture of the area. There, you'll find not only good food, but also visitor information as to the best activities in the area, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter and great fishing sites in the summer.
For those looking for traditional foods, Ojibwe Wild Rice sells traditionally grown wild rice, following centuries of tradition.
Visiting the Ojibwe Tribe
Squaw Lake is part of the Ojibwe Tribe's Leech Lake Reservation, offering visitors three separate casinos. The Palace Casino stands on Route 75, while the Northern Lights Casino Hotel in Walker offers a range of dining and entertainment experiences. The White Oak Casino is the newest of the three, and calls itself "the best little casino in Minnesota," with a record of exceptional hospitality.
For more traditional events, Ojibwe powwows allow visitors to partake in tribal culture through the summer and into early September. Visitors are invited to a feast and can take part in the traditional dances of the tribe.
Nature wherever you look
Squaw Lake is heaven for nature lovers. To the south lies Chippewa State Forest and to the east, across the thousand lakes that have made Minnesota famous, is the George Washington State Forest. Squaw Lake itself is nestled between Round Lake and Nature's Lake, both offering a pristine vista for vacation renters.
For hunting and fishing afficionados, Squaw Lake has you covered. Leino's Riverside Resort offers both, with fishing at its height in the summer and hunting in the fall. Round Lake's 2.850 acres are full of Walleyes, Northern Pikes, Jumbo Perch, and Panfish, with recent lake surveys finding an average of five Walleyes per test net. The area around the lake teems with grouse, duck, and - for the more daring - even bears.
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