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Larson's Hunters Resort is a historic former hunting resort in Lake Valley Township, Minnesota, United States. It was in operation from the 1890s to the 1960s and became the best known hunting resort in Traverse County, while also being maintained as an active farm. Larson's Hunters Resort was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 for having local significance in the themes of architecture and commerce. As a historic district it consists of a prominent brick farmhouse/lodge built in 1901 and eight outbuildings. It was nominated for exemplifying the important hunting industry in west-central Minnesota and the phenomenon of farmer/resort owners, while the main building was further noted as the largest and most intact farmhouse in Traverse County, and one of the few const

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  • Larson's Hunters Resort is a historic former hunting resort in Lake Valley Township, Minnesota, United States. It was in operation from the 1890s to the 1960s and became the best known hunting resort in Traverse County, while also being maintained as an active farm. Larson's Hunters Resort was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 for having local significance in the themes of architecture and commerce. As a historic district it consists of a prominent brick farmhouse/lodge built in 1901 and eight outbuildings. It was nominated for exemplifying the important hunting industry in west-central Minnesota and the phenomenon of farmer/resort owners, while the main building was further noted as the largest and most intact farmhouse in Traverse County, and one of the few const
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  • The Larson's Hunters Resort lodge from the southwest
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  • Larson's Hunters Resort is a historic former hunting resort in Lake Valley Township, Minnesota, United States. It was in operation from the 1890s to the 1960s and became the best known hunting resort in Traverse County, while also being maintained as an active farm. Larson's Hunters Resort was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 for having local significance in the themes of architecture and commerce. As a historic district it consists of a prominent brick farmhouse/lodge built in 1901 and eight outbuildings. It was nominated for exemplifying the important hunting industry in west-central Minnesota and the phenomenon of farmer/resort owners, while the main building was further noted as the largest and most intact farmhouse in Traverse County, and one of the few constructed of brick.
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