Woodland Resort, Devils Lake, ND


Woodland Resort, Devils Lake, ND


Devil’s Lake, N.D. is a hunting and fishing paradise. The Red River feeds the lake, which is a haven for walleye and perch. The rising lake has flooded adjacent areas, creating a perfect breeding and living habitat for water fowl.

Kyle Blanchard, owner of Woodland Resort had a growing hunting and fishing guide business, however, lodging accommodations in the area were limited to a few cabins and campgrounds. As a result, his ability to expand his core business was also limited. There was also no place to run his emerging marine and recreational equipment business.

Consolidated designed and built a masterpiece building incorporating lodging, showrooms, retail space, and offices for the operational aspects of Woodland Resort. It features a rustic, “heavy timber” and field stone construction mantra, with tongue-and-groove pine ceilings in the showroom.

The building includes special amenities for hunters and fisherman who travel with gear, boats, pets, etc. It features a pro shop with bait, tackle, and gear; a marine and ATV repair shop; boat and pontoon rentals and sales; along with a campground, meeting rooms, food and beverage facilities, and expanded parking to accommodate boats and recreational vehicles.

Consolidated Construction Co. made our dream come true. Consolidated helped us go from ideas on scratch paper to a world class facility. Best part we came in under budget and before the deadline. Top shelf professional organization with truly talented people that want their customers to have the best finished project. 100% satisfied.
Kyle Blanchfield
Owner, Woodland Resort and Marine

For more information, or to receive a quote, contact our Hospitality market leader Gene Schleusner.



  • Premier destination with heavy timber design elements and construction features, high-end finishes, and integrated technology
  • Coordinated local and regional subcontractors to complete the project on time and on budget
  • Designed to less-than-budget, Owner was able to integrate an additional 1,000 SF, knotty pine ceilings, and additional offices and storage rooms.