Little Moran Creek

About Little Moran Creek

A country getaway where the peacefulness of wildlife and country living will revitalize the soul. Miles of groomed hiking/biking and hay ride trails crisscross the property overlooking Little Moran Creek. The sounds of far away geese, sandhill cranes, a drumming ruffed grouse, grazing deer and turkey on the neighboring fields and ducks on the “Wind Mill Pond”.

It’s peace and solitude.

Things to do when visiting Little Moran

Locally there is much to offer. The Crow Wing River, only 9 miles from the lodge offers beautiful canoeing and tubing day trips, great golf courses, Amish goods, flea markets and lots of local lakes for those who fish.

Special Events are being planned once a month. Reservations will be required to participate and enjoy these unique experiences at Little Moran Creek. Check out the Calendar.  You won’t want to miss the opportunity to participate in a Murder Mystery Dinner or a Kentucky Derby.

Once you visit Little Moran Creek, you might find you would like to book a weekend for your family or group of friends, or maybe a business meeting.  The Villa, as we refer to the accommodations, will sleep twelve, with a full kitchen.

How it all began

We became part of VRBO in 2018 hosting many families from all over the country, during the off season of the hunting business, “The Grouse Lodge.”
The response was amazing.  Then the Pandemic happened.

We realized that what people were seeking was a bit of Paradise, a place to escape the news and social media and just connect with themselves and those closest to them.

That’s when we decided to share our bit of Heaven on Earth.   We are opening up Little Moran Creek for intimate group stays and family gatherings.  Only one group or family will be accommodated at a time at Little Moran Creek, with a maximum occupancy of 14 people.

Our History

Little Moran began as a game farm where guided pheasant hunts were the hub of the farm. Being a dog trainer, Steve’s English Setters had an incredible way of hunting ruffed grouse and woodcock,
leading to the Double Gun Bird Hunts in 1987. The grouse hunters came from every corner of the country and still do today.
The farm is rich with stories and memorabilia of the early days of Little Moran and the present history of so many wonderful people.

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