Pine Ridge Resort Frequently Asked Questions

Pets

We do not allow pets at the resort but if you would like to have your pet near-by Paws & Claws Rescue & Resort in Hackensack has a great facility and you would be able to visit your pet during your stay.  218-363-3343  www.pawsandclawsrr.org
  
Laundry

We do not have laundry facilities here at the resort, but Longville has a Laundromat right next door to the Grocery Store a 5 minute drive away. 

 
Bait

We do not sell bait, however;  there is a very nice bait shop in town on Hwy 5 right across from the chamber of commerce building.  If you happen to get to the bait shop and they are closed, the convenience store in town also has a great selection of bait and is usually open longer hours. 

 

Boat Launching & Dock Space

There is an excellent DNR boat ramp just across Girl Lake on Hwy 5 in Longville.  Once you pass the Bait Shop you will drive about a quarter mile and see the DNR sign on the left.  With each cabin rental you get free dock space with an electrical outlet.  Please bring your own cords.  Your boat trailer can be brought back to the resort and parked here during your stay. 

 
 
Restaurants
There are several excellent eating establishments in and around Longville.  Longville has Frosty’s Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor, the Longville Turtletown Cafe’, and the Anchorage Inn on Hwy 7 about 10 minutes from town.  
 
 
Groceries
Longville has a nice grocery store that is open every day, but you will have to check the hours they are open.  There is a Dollar General in town which has some grocery items as well.  The convenience store in town is usually open longer and has some groceries, bait, tackle, and many other items.
 

 

Fishing License

In a hurry to start fishing when you arrive?  Just below is a direct link to the Minnesota DNR’s website where you can buy your Minnesota Fishing license on-line.  There is a list of resident and non-resident licenses and the costs. For non-residents, there are several different packages including a family package and different time periods. Just click the link for the Minnesota DNR site.