Carlson's Hungry Beaver Sugar Camp
This web site is about the great Minnesota outdoors and our family and friends making the most of it. Please use a lap top computer as mobile devices don't work well. At the bottom of each page are many pictures. Click on them for a full screen view that you can scroll through.
Located in the heart of the Lincoln Hills area of north central Minnesota is a 255 acre land parcel we call the Hungry Beaver Sugar Camp. Owned by Ron and Laurie Carlson, it is for the enjoyment of our family and friends.
It was always our dream was to own some recreational property. After selling our last business in January 2007 it was time to act so we begun a search that took over five years to find the right land that met our stringent requirements. Being in the same family over 100 years, the property that was to become the "Hungry Beaver Sugar Camp" not only met them, it exceeded them. On December 29th, 2012, we became the new stewards of this beautiful property. Our dreams for creating a place for maximum recreational opportunities were finally set in motion. These past eight years we have intensively managed it for forestry, wildlife and recreational opportunities becoming a Certified Tree Farm in the process. Our ongoing desire is to make and use this property as a safe place people anxiously await visiting and always leave with the desire to return.
We can not count the number of visitors we have had or the smiles this property has generated. It has been beyond our greatest expectations the pleasure and enjoyment we have been blessed with as a result. By sharing and showing the what our dreams were, hopefully it will inspire our grandchildren and our younger guests to make good moral and Christian choices in their lives so one day they too can make their dreams come true - whatever they may be.
So, welcome and please explore the web site and enjoy the many different pages to see what the Hungry Beaver Sugar Camp is all about. Just follow the drop down menu options under each heading. There are over 400 pictures to see.