The Babbitt Conservation Club is a group of folks who are interested in shooting, hunting, and conservation who has regular meetings and fun events. Our purpose is to give back to the environment and to the communities where we exist. One of our community activities is sponsoring the Youth Firearms Training classes. Meetings are the second Tuesday of the month April through October at 7:00 p.m. at the rifle range. Trap shooting Tuesday nights at 5:00 p.m. from June through September.
Located just south of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, the park shares a similar wilderness quality: pristine lakes, black bears, nesting eagles, wolves and moose. Stands of white and red pine trees tower over the birch, aspen and fir trees. Explore miles of shoreline by canoe. Swim at the beach, picnic in the shelter building, or fish for walleye, bass, crappies or trout. Trails in the park link-up with the Taconite State Trail and offer snowmobilers, skiers and hikers plenty to enjoy. Rent a three-bedroom guest house or camper cabin any season of the year.
Babbitt offers many recreational opportunities including a beach and boat landing on Birch Lake, walking and bike trails, parks located throughout the City, an ice arena, a Teen center and a skateboard park. Ski trails on the Babbitt Golf Course are groomed for classic and skate skiing.
Sunday 9:00 AM Family Bible Class
Sunday 10:30 AM Family Worship
Tuesday 7:00 PM Men’s Bible Study
Wednesday 9:00 AM Women’s Bible Study
Wednesday 4:00 PM Kids on the Rock (4-6th Grade)
Wednesdays 6:30 PM Engage (7-12th Grade)
Sunday 8:30 AM Worship with weekly Communion; coffee following
Sunday 9:30 AM Sunday School during school year
Wednesday 2:30-4 PM Confirmation during school year
(Check church calendar on website)
We practice open Communion: any baptized Christian who has communed at another church is welcome at the Lord’s table (instruction available). Our congregation welcomes the participation of all the people of God. Some Friends of Rural Living Environments serve in worship leadership roles on occasion. All are welcome! Come as friends; become member or associate member if you would like, too.
A unique look at the handcrafted pioneer log farms that were common in Northern Minnesota at the turn of the century. Our guide will get into your vehicle (or lead you in theirs) to various farmsteads. Plan on a 2-3 hour tour of the log homesteads. You will also visit a small locally made craft outlet and other area sites as time allows.
Tour restored Finnish homesteads, log buildings, and the Nelimark Homestead Museum (a Finnish craft shop and museum). Open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Tours begin at the Embarrass Information Center located at the intersection of County Hwy 21 and MN State Hwy 135.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 1:00 p.m.
– or by special appointment
– call 218-984-2084
$5 Seniors/Large Groups
12 & under free
Two golf courses in the summer, downhill and cross-country skiing in the winter. Only a few miles away from Babbitt.
Fitness Swimming, Fitness Walking, and many other programs. Catalog available on web site.
Tour the historic underground mine or high energy physics lab, take a boat out or cast a line on Lake Vermilion, or hike through acres of old growth pine forest. The addition of nearly 3000 acres and five miles of Lake Vermilion shoreline in 2010 will no doubt add even more opportunities to experience the wonders of northern Minnesota.
Sunday worship at 9 am
Minnesota Discovery Center is a nonprofit institution and the state’s largest museum complex outside of the Twin Cities metro area. It features information about the land, the mines, the people and the work of the Iron Range region of northern Minnesota.
Comprised of a Museum, Research Center, and Park and encompassing 660 acres, Minnesota Discovery Center tells the story of the Iron Range through exhibits, interpretation, programming and research materials. The Center highlights the story of the predominantly European immigrants who migrated to this region at the turn of the 20th century to find work in the burgeoning iron ore industry.
Sunday 8:00 AM Service
Sunday 7:30 Reconciliation
Wednesday 8:00 AM Service
Wednesday 2:20-3:30 Elementary Religious Education
Wednesday 6:30-7:30 High School Religious Education
Wednesday 7:30 Reconciliation