Table Of Contents

         About Pine Ridge

         Our Location
         Our Cabins
         Our Rates
         Cabin Availability
         Our Swimming
         Our Lakes
         Our Fishing
       Photo Gallery
         Pine Ridge Video
         Docks, Boats, Etc.
         Misc Resort Info
         Area Activities
         Fall Activities
         Bird Watching
         Winter Activities
         Contact Us
         Outside Links
         The Holloways



         Welcome to Pine Ridge Resort, a quiet family fishing resort in northern Minnesota.  Pine Ridge Resort is on Girl Lake, a part of the Woman Lake Chain of Lakes. 

A Northern Minnesota Family Fishing Resort

Longville, Minnesota


Aerial view of Pine Ridge Resort on Girl Lake, Longville, MN.

Web Sites Notes and Pages of Special Interest

Our web site offers lots of information about the resort from fishing and swimming to other area activities.  You can see pictures of all our modern housekeeping cabins,  get directions to the resort or check out contour maps of Girl and Woman Lake. You can even make reservations directly from the web site.  Longville and Hackensack are just south of Leech Lake and about 3 hours north of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Click here or any of the links to the left to check it all out.

Pine Ridge Resort is a quiet family fishing resort on Girl Lake, part of the Woman Lake chain of lakes between Longville and Hackensack in northern Minnesota.  As a  family oriented resort, we encourage families to enjoy together the natural beauty of Minnesota's northwoods.

We're now on Facebook with lots of pictures, comments and more.  Find us there at: www.Facebook.com/PineRidgeResort


Announcements & Happenings

 May 11, 2016

Ice Off on Girl Lake - April 2

It is another early ice off for Girl Lake.  In our 25 years here, the only earlier ice off was in 2012 when the ice cleared the lake on March 26. 

Crappies are biting well right now.  Limits of 10" and 11" fish the last couple of nights out.  A little beer batter and some onion rings make a great spring time fish dinner. 

Docks are all in the lake and cabins have had their spring cleaning. Things work great when we have an early spring.  Get lots of work done.   Almost looks like a resort again.  Another great "Thank You" to my dock crew, some of whom have been helping me for over 20 years.  Al Roehl, his son's Matt and Greg, our newest helper, Greg's 9 year old son Aiden, Matt's girlfriend, Jen, and Dick and Linda Myrmann.  We always have a lot of fun and, once again, no major problems.  Dick did miss a rock while wading through the water and did a face plant but he survived. 

A few guests are here now doing the Work Week thing.  Homestead is getting repainted with many thanks to Rod and Teresa Peterson.  Jim Strachota will be here Monday to help finish with the trim paint and a few other projects.  Next weekend, another group will be here to help rebuild decks shifted around by the deep frost we experience. 

We have had a few cancellations recently opening up some very nice cabin space in late June and July.  Check out our availability in the charts bookmarked below.  Reservations can be made on line or by phone.  See the "Reservations" page by clicking the link on the menu bar to the left. 

A couple of notable openings

Available due to cancellations, our deluxe, three bedroom, air conditioned, "Colonial" cabin is open three prime weeks in mid-summer.  July 9 - 16, July 30 -      August 6 and August 6 - 13

   Late June also has a few openings and there are a few scattered openings in July. Click below to view the charts. Lots of openings also in August. Please give us a call if you have any questions.

We're looking forward to a great year, welcoming back old friends and meeting new ones.  Stay safe everyone, and we'll see you at the lake.

There aren't many of our guests who get up to watch the sun rise but Jamie Daby, here with his family, was up with his iPad Air one day the week of June 14 -20.  He took a time lapse video of the the event and sent me a link.  Check it out.  That's Grandpa Wipplinger getting his boat ready for an early morning outing in the lower right hand corner.


Our reservation calendar for  2016 is up-to-date.   Click  "Availability Chart" to view. 

Call  1-800-972-0147 if you have any questions.

 We hope you'll take some time to browse through our Web Site.  There are over 50 pages of information.  Check the menu bar on the left for the headings you are interested in.

 The Pine Ridge Resort Video!!

To see our video, click on the picture below for options.

Lake level view of cabins at Pine Ridge Resort, Longville, MN

Steve Johnson took this and several other pictures of the resort.  Pictured above are our "Lazy Days", "Homestead" and "Sarajac" cabins. 

 Buy your Minnesota Fishing License On-Line.

Click the web address below for the link to the Minnesota DNR site.


Welcome to Pine Ridge Resort.  We are a family fishing resort on Girl Lake near Longville MN.  Surrounded by the Chippewa National Forest of northern Minnesota, our resort is on Girl Lake, a part of the Woman Lake Chain of lakes between Longville and Hackensack, Minnesota.  The Longville turtle races are famous around the country.  The resort is open year-round and is a perfect winter get-away.  We are on an access point to over 400 miles of snowmobiling trails in offering some of the finest snowmobiling in northern Minnesota

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Terry and Donna Holloway
1056 Sarajac Rd NE
Longville, Minnesota  56655


Table of Contents        About Pine Ridge Resort       Our Location     Our Cabins     Our Rates    

Cabin Availability     Reservations     Our Swimming    Pine Ridge Video     Picture Gallery

 Our Lakes     Our Fishing     Docks, Boats, Etc     Misc. Resort Info     Other Area Activities    

 Fall Activities     Bird Watching     Winter Activities

    Contact Us     Outside Links     

First Published, November 12, 1999.    Totally remodeled, April, 2002