White Bear Lake is an American city located in two counties of Minnesota, Ramsey and Washington. The city is located near the largest lake in the area, also called White Bear Lake. White Bear Lake is nicknamed Beartown and according to its motto it is a "City of Lakes and Legends". White Bear Lake has a population of almost 25,000 residents and an area of 8.7 square miles, of which 0.5 square miles are water. Notable natives and locals of White Bear Lake include athlete Tony Benshoof, wrestler James Brunzell, sailor Gerry Spiess, singer Alice Peacock and hockey player Brian Bonin. If you want to visit White Bear Lake, make sure you do not miss the following points of interest.
Top Attractions within White Bear Lake
Charles P. Noyas Cottage or Fillebrown House is a historical building located at 4735 White Bear Lake Avenue. It was build in 1879 and the architect was American Gilbert Cass. The house was raised in a Stick Eastlake style. This was the summer home of pharmacist Charles P. Noyes and of the Fillebrown family for most of the time. In present, this White Bear Lake attraction is a museum opened for tours and special community events.
Pine Tree Apple Orchard opened in White Bear Lake in 1950. It was the business of St. Paul resident Art Jacobson, who wanted to grew apples and made this the center of his family life. In our time, all the family is involved in the work at the orchard, including his grandsons. Since the beginning, the orchard expanded and now it also has strawberries and pumpkins. Visit it and taste the most delicious fruits or fresh made products with apples.
Donatelli's is an Italian restaurant located in White Bear Lake. It was opened in 1976 and since then, the business expanded. From a one-page menu, the menu containing tasty dishes of the Italian cuisine developed to one of 10 pages in present. Try the Smoked Mozzarella Ravioli with a glass of Luccio Chianti and you will love it.