Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast
Serving on Sundays
Native Americans harvested wild rice by canoeing into a stand of plants, bending the ripe grain heads with wooden ricing sticks (knockers) to thresh the kernels into the canoe. The rice is then parched, removed from the husk and stored for use throughout the year.
The breakfast is a wonderful "before or after church" activity, a great place to meet your neighbors or bring your weekend guests.
Breakfast includes Wild Rice Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs & Beverage.
Stay after breakfast to see the exhibits, take a Tour, and enjoy shopping in the Gift Shop.
Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast only
General Admission including Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast and Tour of Fur Posts and Ojibwe Indian Village 10am - 3pm