MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One of the most popular Brainerd Lakes-area resorts damaged by recent storms says it has reopened two-thirds of its property Tuesday.

“The Thuringer family is extremely excited to welcome back guests as they can enjoy the many amenities including The Spa, Tennis & Croquet Club, Marina and more,” resort spokesman Keegan Shoutz said Tuesday morning.

Earlier this month, storms whipped through northern Minnesota. Strong winds knocked over trees and ripped the roof off a Madden’s building, forcing the resort to close at the height of vacation season.

As a result, many people looking for a summer getaway had to change their plans.