Butterball Lake, MN

US Forest Service

Butterball Lake

Butterball Lake offers a quiet atmosphere for canoeing, fishing and camping. The primary fish species are northern pike, perch and sucker.

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Butterball Lake (formerly known as Long Lake) is located approximately 14 miles southeast of Hoyt Lakes.

  • Take County Road 110/ Forest Highway 11 east of Hoyt Lakes for 4 ½ mile.

  • Turn left on the Skibo Road/ UT 9232 (becomes Forest Road 120) for 4 miles.

  • Turn right to the Laird Creek Road/ Forest Road 795 for 3 ½ miles to the parking area and boat launch.

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