Minnesota Power’s commitment to hydroelectric power includes generating clean, renewable energy for customers while protecting the land and water and providing public recreational opportunities.
Our professional land and real estate staff manage the land surrounding our 17 reservoirs for public recreation, forest and wildlife stewardship, cultural and historical site protection, environmental education and cabin and home sites.
Minnesota Power continues to pursue platting and other regulatory processes in preparation for the potential sale of leased lots to current leaseholders on Island Lake Reservoir, Fish Lake Reservoir and Whiteface Reservoir.
Take a look at our listings for recreational lands in Northern Minnesota.
View our maps to locate recreational amenities open to the public, such as boat launches, picnic areas and campsites, at our reservoirs.
See up-to-date water levels and current conditions at our reservoirs before you head out on the water.
Our community-based campaign recycles aluminum cans in the Duluth reservoirs area.
Join Minnesota Power's Adopt an Island program to collect and properly dispose of trash.