Located high on the Laurentian Divide and midway across the historic Mesabi Range. Families will enjoy Buhl's and abundant recreational facilities and city infrastructure.
The Mesabi Trail winds through Buhl offering visitors a panoramic view of the historic Grant Iron Mine. Along the trail is the Stubler beach, which offers a pavilion, swimming area with lifeguards and two fishing docks. The City of Buhl also features a scenic walking trail which winds around Stubler and Judson Lakes. Burton Park features three bocce ball courts, playground equipment, a pavilion, two baseball fields, a basketball court, restrooms facilities and a first class skateboard facility, in the near future. A campground offers eight rustic campsites with fire pits, elevated tent pads and picnic areas.
Make sure to stop and sample Buhl's famous water, named, "The finest drinking water in America", which is taken from an underground glacial river 700 feet below the surface. Buhl water is absolutely refreshing.
Stubler and Judson Lake are also stocked for trout fishing and you'll find remote portage in lakes just north of the city. We invite you and your family to visit Buhl and find out why the Iron Range is a great way to getaway.