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I've recently started hosting RVs and campers through Harvest Hosts. At this time, you do need to be a member of Harvest Hosts in order to stay so if you're not a member, you can join here (this link gives you 15% off your first year).

For those staying, I've compiled a list of local attractions, eateries, etc. and that information can be found below.

Places to Eat


Emma’s Pizza - 113 Lake St S - The best family owned pizza place. I suggest trying the loaded pizza fries. They are the best and will deliver here!


Crystal Bar & Grill - 39 Union St N - Family owned sports bar and grill. Dinner specials, good burgers, wings, steaks, etc.


Chapala Mexican Restaurant - 220 S Hwy 65 - Family owned restaurant with delicious food and great service. $5 happy hour margaritas from 3-6:00 p.m.


Subway - 610 S Hwy 65


Dairy Queen - 550 S Hwy 65


Local Brews


Sapsucker Farms - 2752 215th Ave - Family owned certified organic farm that produces amazing Yellow Belly hard ciders, root beer,  ginger ale, Quambucha, and regular apple cider. Open Fri/Sat from 12-8 and Sun from 12-6. They feature a different food truck each day. I suggest the Lemon Basil Cider.


Beer Club Brewing - 854 Forest Ave E - BeerClub Brewing is a microbrewery and taproom, specializing in brewing small-batch classic European Lagers and Ales. They offer, Czech Pils, Imperial IPA, Oktoberfest, Belgian Triple, along with other American, seasonal and experimental varieties.  They are located in a refurbished former metal fabrication shop, with an industrial vibe. Open Fri-Sat., 4-10 p.m.


Ann River Winery - 1999 180th Ave - Family owned winery one mile south of Mora, on the banks of the Ann River. Delicious red and white wines from grapes grown right on the property. Open Fri 12-8, Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5. I suggest the wine slushie.


Things to Do


Spring Brook Golf Course - 2276 200th Ave - The Front nine holes allow players ample room to hit the rolling fairways, but miss any of the elevated, well-bunkered greens and bogey or worse is likely. The Back nine holes are literally cut out of the woods and lowlands of the property. Short and tight fairways force players to use every club in their bag. The slippery slopes of the back-side greens emphasize the importance of well placed approach shots.


Kanabec History Center - 805 Forest Ave W - They collect and display Kanabec County's rich history for educational and recreational purposes. We offer museum admissions, research resources, and indoor/outdoor rentals. Open Wed - Sat.


Paradise Theatre - Now showing Jurassic World: Dominion Fridays through Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. (Sunday is at 4:00 p.m.) All tickets just $4. All movies start promptly, previews play 20 minutes before showtime. Thursdays at 1pm there is a free kids movie shown.


Mora Area Farmers Market - Zion Lutheran Parking Lot, 401 Hwy 65 - Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Vendors sell fresh produce, maple syrups, salves and lotions, jams and jellies, kettle and caramel corn, handmade pottery, crafts, eggs, pickles, and more!


Heritage Thrift Store - 200 S Hwy 65 - located at the crossroads of Hwy 65 and Hwy 23 in Mora. This is a non-profit store that is run by handicapped adults so they can learn job skills. Open Mon-Sat, 9-5.


Mora Aquatic Center - 611 Union St S - Offers a lap pool, a diving pool, three water slides and a shallow pool. Open June through August, 12:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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