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Just over 25 miles north of Bemidji, as Highway 71 routes through the pines, you will find the community of Blackduck.

Originally a village established in 1900 by logging families; the continued opportunities for timber production, nearby world class fishing, snowmobiling, and ATV trails draw in tourists and homeowners looking for a quaint town meshing both work and play. Today, the city population resides under 1,000 people, but the population expands well beyond the city limits.

Often you will find landowners in the immediate area creating continued opportunities for skiing, hunting or enjoying the sunset views at any of the nearby lakes, the closest of those being within two miles of the city center, Blackduck Lake.

Blackduck also has unique offerings perfect for small town expansion. A public school boasting small classroom sizes and great community involvement compliments growing families. Outside of town sets a golf course for those wanting well maintained greens and a quick afternoon in the sun. You will also find multiple resorts within a few miles with boating options galore and a place for the relatives to park their camper or stay for a week or two while in town visiting.

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