Another corridor leading north from Brainerd is County Road 3 – branching into County Road 4 just north of Merrifield. A bit less busy than its sister route, Highway (371) to its west, it meanders around a number of popular lakes like North Long Lake, Lake Edward and the south end of Pelican Lake before taking on a new name at the town of Breezy Point as County Road 11, about a dozen miles north of Brainerd. But it probably sounds a lot harder to follow than it really is, and the drive is one that carries you through a scenery filled, resort-like atmosphere from yesteryear around the town of Merrifield.
The community of Breezy Point is kind of a wonder to many. Really more of an overgrown resort, it has now become its own city with nearly 2,000 year-round inhabitants. Resting on the western shores of Pelican Lake, it is a fun-filled atmosphere with abundant golf, restaurants, lodging and recreation. And for those who need an even larger variety of entertainment and boating choices, Crosslake and the Whitefish Chain of Lakes is just a few miles further north.
Top Residential Lakes:
|Bass Lake: 309 Acres||Bass Lake: 433 Acres|
|Lake Edward: 2,576 Acres||Lougee Lake: 217 Acres|
|Lower Mission: 724 Acres||Upper Mission: 874 Acres|
|Little Pelican: 283 Acres||Pelican Lake: 8,367 Acres|
|Silver Lake: 214 Acres|
Below is a sampling of lake homes in the Pelican Lake – Breezy Point – Merrifield Area – to view more listings please use the Advanced Search: