Here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, there are many ways to enjoy the water. You can head out on a motorboat for a speedy trip through the currents, or you can take it slow in a canoe or kayak. You can visit one of the state’s many beaches to go for a dip, or you can enjoy the view from the shore. If you’re an angler, you have a host of options, too. You can drop in a line from a boat or the shoreline, or you find a nice fishing pier to settle into. Today, we’d like to suggest a great one. The longest fishing pier in Minnesota seems to stretch infinitely into Dower Lake. It’s a fantastic place to catch a fish or simply enjoy the view. Read on below to learn more:

Have you ever heard of Dower Lake or its pier? Let us know if you’ve ever visited in the comments! And if you’re looking for ways to enjoy Minnesota’s lakes, check out our past list of little-known beaches in Minnesota.

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