Health & Wellness

The skyline of Yokohama, Japan.

When it comes to family vacations, the paths not typically taken can lead to the most interesting and fulfilling excursions.

For Jodi Mckee, a local herbalist and wellness expert, living a more natural life and being a conscious consumer—by using products that are both environmentally friendly and free of synthetics and preservatives—is not only imperative for our health, but should be accessible for everyone.

Nothing puts a gleam in Randy Guyer’s eye like the gleam of an immaculately restored, classic automobile.

Learning how to wakeboard, surf and kneeboard while creating relationships and memories out on the water—these activities just scratch the surface of what Walk on Water (WOW) is all about.

With summer in full swing, it’s prime time to embrace the sunshine and serene lakes.

The Hotel Landing opened a little over a year ago in downtown Wayzata to much fanfare—and for good reason.

Roxanne Rockvam is proud of the National Marina of the Year award her family’s Spring Park business won this year.

Mound’s Spirit of the Lakes Festival will include food, fun and fireworks spread out over two days at Surfside Park and Beach.

Privacy if you need it; social interaction of you want it. Recreation and respite opportunities abound with resort-style living designed with the comforts of home.

A local crew of mostly volunteers works hard each spring to get the historic steamboat Minnehaha ready to launch into Lake Minnetonka’s waters for the summer boating season.

If you’re in the boat-selling business, there aren’t many better places to be than Lake Minnetonka.
 

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