THE LODGE ON LAKE DETROIT
1200 East Shore Drive
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
Tel: 218-847-VIEW (8439)
Toll Free: 800-761-VIEW (8439)
20% OFF SPRING ADVANCE PURCHASE SPECIAL
Enjoy weekday rates from $96.75 per night (Regular $129) this Spring at BEST WESTERN PREMIER The Lodge on Lake Detroit
Offer is valid 7 days a week May 30th through June 17, 2009.
Subject to availability. Some black out dates apply.
Requires advance reservation and advance purchase.
Requires complete prepayment of rate+ 9.5% tax when reservation is placed.
20% discount is applied to Rack Rate. Offer may not be combined w/other discounts or packages.
20% discount applies to all available room types except Renewal Spa Suites.
Prepaid deposit is non-refundable. If reservation is cancelled, prepayment is forfeited in full.
12th Annual Detroit Lakes
Set the alarm. Grab the binoculars. Put on good walking shoes!
Spring bird watching in Detroit Lakes has long been a tradition. Visitors come from all over Minnesota and the Midwest to enjoy the unique spectrum of bird species that can be found in the Detroit Lakes area. Why? Because the Detroit Lakes area is in the heart of a transition zone of tall grass prairie, northern hardwood and coniferous ecosystems. Serious birders flock here each spring for the annual Detroit Lakes Festival of Birds.
The 12th annual Festival of Birds will be held May 14-17, 2009 with keynote speaker Richard Crossley. Crossley is an Englishman who traveled the world studying birds. He became obsessed with bird photography while co-authoring The Shorebird Guide and now lives in West Cape May. Join his special presentation and book signing on Saturday, May 16.
Detroit Lakes is now part of North America's first official International Birding Trail! The Pine to Prairie Birding Trail continues north into Manitoba, with a special program to highlight the sites and bird species on Saturday, May 16. See the colorful Powerpoint presentation lead by Carrol Henderson, Minnesota DNR and Glen Suggett, Manitoba Wildlife Lands Manager, explaining how the International Trail was developed and how you can travel it to check off key species from your list.