Long Lake Conservation Center Quote Request
At Long Lake we encourage the exploration, conservation, education, and appreciation of nature! Everyday we work to connect people with nature. Primarily, Long Lake serves schools by hosting overnight, nature immersion field trips called the Long Lake Field Study. Additionally, we offer week long summer camps, adult programs, facility rental, and community workshops. We provide meeting spaces, lodging, and full service dining. Our campus sits on on 760 acres and features a private lake, miles of hiking trails, ski trails, bog board walk, geocaches, and more! Please fill out the form below to let us know how you'd like to explore and learn at Long Lake! With that information we'll get you a quote!
Coordinator Phone number
Group/Organization Location (city/state)
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Aitkin County Affiliates
How many participants?
What dates or time of year would you like to attend Long Lake?
Your Long Lake Visit
Describe your Long Lake visit. Check all that apply.
School Sponsored Educational Trip
Non School Educational Trip (ie Scouts, 4H, Group Team Building)
Conference Accommodations (multiple meeting spaces, AV setup, etc.)
Craft or Quilt Retreat
Meeting Space Use (meeting 1-3 hours)
Long Lake Learning
Long Lake is committed to participants genuinely learning. Our mission is to encourage the exploration, conservation, education, and appreciation of nature. Beyond the mission, our purpose as an organization is to inspire a deep appreciation of nature so that all those who experience Long Lake build skills and affect to respect the natural world surrounding them and accomplish lifelong stewardship of the environment. What are the goals you have for your participants at Long Lake? (check all that apply)
No educational programming
1 education program (called an "adventure"- a naturalist lead activity for 1-2 hours)
Full educational program (Long Lake Naturalists lead participants in educational adventures all day)
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