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World's largest Indoor Water Park Casino Hotel.
It is a gem to our community and provides year-round music dance theatre visual arts programs and summer art classes for children and teachers. From big names like Leon Redbon and Moore by Four to local favorites and community theatre A Center for the Arts offers variety and excellence.
This live theatre presents several community productions from October to May. The fare includes theatre visual arts music and more.
Albertville Premium Outlets features a selection of over 100 designer and brand name stores offering bargains of 25-65% off of everyday prices
Two sheets of ice maintained year-round for open skating as well as league hockey and team ice skating. Rentals and lessons are available on site; the facility may also be rented for birthday parties and gatherings.
Grass base playing fields surrounded by 12 ft. high netting.
This new development of shopping malls and restaurants is convenient with easy access to Highway 694 and Interstate 94. Arbor Lakes Center also features the AMC Movie Theatre for your convenience after a long day of shopping.
Private museum displaying Indian and pioneer artifacts mounted animals and birds. Collection of several hundred guns dating back to the 1500’s. Unique gift shop.
This Minneapolis family fun destination specializes in uncovering the history and science of electricity and magnetism exploring the mystery of these invisible forces through exciting exhibits and interactive displays.
Come watch Alexandria's amateur baseball team.
The former Northern Depot Building offers a collection of American Indian and settlement artifacts textiles old maps photographs newspapers and manuscripts.
Fine line of woolen clothing and blankets made right here in Bemidji.
National regional and local art exhibits.
Berm Benders is home to an outstanding motocross track holding District 23 races May through September with practices on Saturday and race day on Sunday.
Exciting go-kart racing with three skill levels.
Casino and golf course.
Perfect for rainy days! This small downtown movie theatre is beautifully designed creating a rustic but comfortable atmosphere. For current listings visit www.blackducktheatre.com or call the movie hotline below.
Tier II skate park which is open to all inline skaters skateboarders and free style bikers.
See the second largest and fastest paper making machine in the world at the Boise Paper Solutions mill located on Second Street. Touring America magazine lists this as one of the top 18 plant tours in the country. June through August Monday through Friday tours are regularly scheduled; other times by reservation.
Minnesota's Premier motor sports facility. Featuring exciting racing all summer.
State of the art video games bowling and cosmic bowling audio visual equipment billiards laser tag DJ and karaoke.
Enjoy regional theater at the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater where world-class acts convene on the hottest stage in Minneapolis. From movie screenings to some of the most impressive theatre and comedy prepare to be entertained at the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater.
Water park stables and golf course.
Sears Macy's and JC Penney plus 78 specialty shops & restaurants.
Byron’s locally owned business for great family fun with great food.
Cabelas is a specialty retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise. The store features wildlife displays of fish, fowl and animals from around the world mounted in backgrounds resembling their natural habitats.
Boasting dozens of boutique shops and fabulous restaurants it’s hard to believe this used to be a barren warehouse district. There’s so much to see and do here you’ll need more than just one day. Walk the Lakewalk. Check out the Great Lakes Aquarium. Skip rocks in the water. Watch ships pass under the famed Aerial Lift Bridge. Eat. Drink. Dance. The Depot is home to the Duluth Art Museum North Shore Scenic Railroad Veterans Memorial Hall Duluth Playhouse Children’s Museum and the Minnesota Ballet. All things needed for making a great time out.
Located just 25 minutes from downtown Minneapolis & St. Paul Canterbury Park is home to Live Racing Simulcast Racing and a 24/7 Card Club featuring Texas Hold’em Blackjack and more. Along with special events like the Midwest’s largest Craft Show and thrilling snowmobile racing Canterbury Park truly is home to Fun & Games like no place else.
One of the largest vineyards and orchards in Minnesota: The tasting room is open year round and free tours are available.
Ranked among the nation's best colleges Carleton College is a small private liberal arts college in the historic river town of Northfield, Minnesota.
Grab a bag of fresh popcorn and see the latest films in this local movie theatre.
The Carnegie Art Center is south central Minnesota's largest visual arts gallery featuring the work of regional artists
Italian Renaissance Church styled after St. Peter's in Rome. Construction began in 1907 on the highest point in Saint Paul. In 1974 the Cathedral was placed on the National Register of Historical Buildings.
A place for children to discover and learn features all hands-on exhibits: GeoZoooom! Riverview Water Table Treesa the talking tree Junior Achievement Exchange City River Forest & Camp tot park maze & dinosaurs and a museum store for children's gifts. There are two special displays included in admission: An exhibit of over 200 classic fairytale dolls donated by artist Faith Wick; and a model old-fashioned village and train set donated by Paul Bernier. The village includes a Ford dealership with a 1965 Mustang in the showroom a Red Owl grocery store and a John Deere implement shop. General admission is $7 for all ages.
Minnesota Children's Museum is where fun meets learning. It's where kids can touch climb splash crawl push pull and press it all.
Seven screen movie theater offering the latest in Hollywood movies.
St. Peter's only movie theatre offering five screens and all the latest movies.
Hockey arena x-c skiing ski jumps tubing
18 hole golf course
Outdoor water park with a full concession stand.
Perfect for families this zoo is home to a wide array of animals from the familiar to the exotic. Take in the close-up views of lions seals wolves gorillas and much more! Be sure to visit the incredible Marjorie McNeely Convervatory which features ten beautiful gardens specializing in lush plant life from all over the world.
The premier language and culture immersion camp in North America.
Bowling for the entire families also has league bowling available with night entertainment bowling.
Local community theatre at it’s finest.
Featuring Scheels All Sport Macy's JCPenney Target and Sears plus over 120 specialty shops including GAP American Eagle Holister & Co. Aeropostle Chico's and Express. Crossroads Center offers terrific shopping for the whole family.
Family outdoor swimming open June through late August.
The home of US Senator Knute Nelson beautifully restored and open to the public. It features a unique collection of Native American arts and crafts as well as exhibits on pioneer life historic buildings and military history.
Located on the shores of Lake Superior in the resort city of Duluth the DECC offers world-class convention sport special event and entertainment facilities. They’re just steps away from quaint Canal Park and Downtown offering shops restaurants and hotels. And did we mention the panoramic views of the Aerial Lift Bridge and the Harbor? If you’re looking for entertainment in Northeastern Minnesota look no further. The DECC is home to the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra Broadway series concerts Home and Sports Shows Minnesota Ballet UMD Men’s and Women’s Bulldog Hockey and the William A. Irvin ore boat museum.
The Midwest center for speed! NASCAR racing and events. Group rates available.
If you love old cars then the Ellingson Car Museum is the place for you! The museum features 100 vehicles including cars trucks and motorcycles from the 1920's through the 1970's. Additionally on display at Ellingson are historic pictures videos memorabilia and a doll collection.
This 94-year-old farmsteads’ big red barn is home to a variety of farm animals and birds. Open Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day. Corn Maze over Halloween is a haunting good time.
ERX is an all-season motor sports facility located in Elk River MN. The facility is located on 14 acres of prime real estate off Hwy 169. During the winter season ERX is a full-service snocross racing and training facility. In the summer season ERX is open for Motorcross and ATV practice.
The Etta C. Ross Historical Museum hosts fascinating features including fairgrounds with various attractions. Discover a real blacksmith's shop or explore a historical mansion at the stunning Etta C. Ross Historical Museum.
The Faribault Community Center Pool is an indoor pool heated to a pleasant 86 degrees. Activities offered are swimming lessons lifeguard training water aerobics open swimming (Labor Day-Memorial Day) pool rentals and lap swimming.
The Minnesota Fishing Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage and history of freshwater fishing in Minnesota.
Use your power of imagination to experience life as it was in 1900 at the Forest History Center. Walk back in time to Northwoods #1 an authentically recreated white pine logging camp complete with cook shack bunkhouse blacksmith shop office wanigan filer's shack and horse barn. Stop and visit with the cook clerk bull cook blacksmith and other lumberjacks who may be in camp. Try your hand at sawing and pet the Percheron draft horses. Wander down to the 1901 Mississippi River Wanigan drop in on the 1934 Forest Service patrolman and get a bird's eye view of the forests from atop the 100-foot fire tower. Explore the visitor center's interactive exhibits and browse the gift shop featuring items unique to northern Minnesota. Stroll the nearly 5 miles of accessible trails that wind throughout the beautiful forests and along the river's edge.
Specialty wines made from the fruits and berries that survive the northern winter plus a gallery gift shop.
Completed in 1825 Fort Snelling was the hub of the Upper Mississippi area for over 30 years. During the Civil War Fort Snelling was a Union training center and during World War II processed and trained over 300000 US Army soldiers. Closed at the end of WWII the fort was named a National Historic Landmark in 1960 and has since been rebuilt and restored. Come take a guided tour enjoy a historic workshop or take advantage of the numerous walking trails and picnic areas.
Original art and fine crafts by local artists.
Bowling and pool.
Shopping for the avid sportsman!
Geneva Golf Club is a public 27-hole championship golf course located in the scenic Alexandria Minnesota lakes area. Designed by Joel Goldstrand the predominant considerations in planning Geneva Golf Club were to assure top caliber golf and to preserve the inherent natural beauty of the land.
Built in 1905 and 1908 for Chester and Clara Congdon Glensheen is an architectural and decorative arts masterpiece. With room after room of exceptional original furnishings artwork and family treasures this magnificent 39-room mansion offers a dramatic slice of opulent life at the turn of the last century.
Family fun for all 2 - 18 hole mini golf courses batting cages and a driving range.
Lazer tag batting cages mini golf and arcade
Being the oldest running theatre in Minnesota the Grand operates two movies at a time.
A family bowling alley.
Treat your senses to the most powerful and involving movie experience yet created. Our academy award winning IMAX technology brings images to life like no other. Experience an arm chair adventure that will take your breath away - literally!
Great Lakes Aquarium is a nonprofit organization dedicated to capturing the wonder and excitement of Lake Superior inspiring responsibility for the world's large lakes and fresh water and creating understanding of their value. Previously known as Lake Superior Center Great Lakes Aquarium has been located on the Duluth Waterfront since 2000. A mostly freshwater aquarium this aquarium features animals and habitats found within the Great Lakes Basin and is ideal for Minnesota kids fun. The Aquarium also houses animals from other fresh water ecosystems such as the Amazon River.
Your Family Fun Center. Hosting X-treme Glow Bowling Friday and Saturday nights and serving great food with a smile at the on-site Partners Pub.
The Guthrie Theater founded in 1963 is an American center for theater performance production education and professional training. By presenting both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures the Guthrie illuminates the common humanity connecting Minnesota to the peoples of the world.
The Aquatic Center provides a wide variety of fun activities for all ages. Certified lifeguards are on duty at all times. The center offers water slides zero-depth entry playground water sprays fountains and much more!
The center has a variety of farm buildings farm equipment one room school house country church and more. You will enjoy taking a stroll through yesterday on “Old Main Street”.
With its tours festivals and exhibitions that include the Hjemkomst Viking Ship and Hopperstad Stave Church Replica the Hjemkomst Center is a prized community resource enjoyed by visitors from all over the world.
Live performances by local and international artists. Theatrical entertainment and musicals.
Visit the historic home of George A. Hormel, founder of Hormel Foods, Inc. The house has been restored to its early-1900s splendor and is open for tours and events.
Built in 1929 the Paramount Theatre is a unique atmospheric theatre with a Spanish motif.
In addition to being the home of the Minnesota Vikings the Metrodome has housed numerous amateur events cultural events and family focused activities. The Metrodome is the only facility in America to have hosted Major League Baseball's 1985 All Star Game two World Series two NCAA Final Fours and a Super Bowl.
Family fun with bowling food drinks and games.
This beautiful 24000 square foot facility provides a perfect gathering place for area groups to celebrate special events enjoy cultural and educational pursuits and partake in a wide variety of other social and recreation activities.
Rodeo events motorcross racing horse sales and concerts.
The New Heights Climbing Wall at Lake Geneva Christian Center in Alexandria features modular climbing holds nine top rope systems three lead climb routes and a rappel ledge as well as hand and finger cracks areas chimney climb and a stepped overhead climbing area all indoors under the supervision of climbing instructors.
24 bowling lanes full service restaurant banquet facilities arcade virtual golf and firearm games.
Sprint and stock car races.
Rugged stone massive scale fine detail and ingenious mechanical systems recall the powerful presence of James J. Hill builder of the Great Northern Railway. Guides lead tours that help you imagine family and servant life in the 1891 Gilded Age mansion.
Enjoy the best mix of music from every era highlighting big band Dixieland jazz country gospel patriotic & 50's; magic performed by Jack Sand and novelty talents such as yodeling dancing and comedy skits.
Learn about the limestone caves in Stillwater that were used as a brewery in the late 1800's. Why does a good brew master have bad teeth? What is a cave kiss? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this 20-30 minute walking tour.
Visit the Judy Garland Birthplace located at the southern gateway to Grand Rapids Minnesota. The Judy Garland Museum's mission is to engage people in exploring the life and times of Judy Garland. Through educational exhibits publications and special events the Museum encourages people to learn about this legendary 20th Century artist and provides tons of fun for kids in Minnesota.
Featuring Pioneer and American Indian artifacts a research library country school and a Great Northern steam locomotive and much more.
Family fun for everyone - bowling bar and food.
Nestled between Lake Pepin and the bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley in Southeastern Minnesota you will find this little known gem-Lake City Golf.
Museum of the area.
Daily sightseeing tours May through October. Private charters weddings reunions corporate events etc. Full bar on board. Catered meals available.
The Lake Superior Zoo is situated on 16 acres of rocky hills and majestic pines. You’ll find Siberian tigers snow leopards cougars polar bears Alaskan grizzly & Kodiak bears African lions harbor seals kangaroos plus a variety of bats reptiles and monkeys. Experience daily animal feedings and enrichment's designed to excite both zoo animals and zoo visitors.
Founded in 1953 in White Bear Lake Lakeshore has continuously-operated as a community theater housed in a historic renovated church.
Located in the former All Saints Church in historic downtown Lakeville Provides cultural enrichment and artistic experiences for the community.
Enjoy bowling for the entire family as well as delicious food. Great for family get-togethers birthday parties and more!
Long Lake Theater shows plays and musicals. Fun for all ages.
Lodge and Nature Theme Factory Outlet store. Discount prices! Factory closeouts. Handcrafted wildlife sculptures home accessories puzzles awards and nameplates lamps knives chess sets and original wood carvings.
One of Sauk Centre's biggest attratctions is the Main Street Theatre. The bright lights of the theatre's marquee light up down town. The theatre has six screens showing films every night of the week including Sunday matinees.
Mall of America is a super-regional shopping mall located in Bloomington Minnesota just 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Open since 1992 the vast Bloomington attraction offers more than 20000 free parking spaces a pick-up and drop-off facility for motor coaches bus service and rail transit from MSP International Airport and downtown Minneapolis. As one of the most visited tourist destinations across the globe Mall of America features over 520 stores 50 restaurants and numerous attractions including Nickelodeon Universe® Sea Life™ Minnesota Aquarium Theatres at Mall of America and more. Nickelodeon Universe® boasts a seven-acres of rides for kids of every age. The roller coasters and thrill rides are exciting enough for teens and adults but still tame enough for some school-age kids. Housed indoors the park also makes a great indoor activity during the winter with plenty of exciting Minnesota things to do for young and old.
The mission of the Mankato Symphony Orchestra is to celebrate classical music through public presentation to promote arts education by introducing the children of our community to the wonders of orchestral and choral music to make such music accessible to all residents and to contribute vital energy to regional economic development and cultural tourism.
18 Screen movie theater.
Indoor waterslide interactive water play equipment whirlpool and spa.
The Pioneer Museum features many artifacts from Martin County’s history including a Wooton Desk a 1923 American La France fire truck a pioneer home display from the turn of the 20th century a school room from the past a military room and many other artifacts representative of local history on the three floors of what was once a school.
Rochester’s Civic Center is constantly bringing family friendly events to the area.
Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit worldwide leader in medical care research and education for people from all walks of life.
Explore the history of McLeod Country and surrounding areas of Central Minnesota along exhibits videos photos and events.
The Outlet Center features national known and area stores.
The Medina Entertainment Center has a variety of activities for family fun. The Medina Entertainment Center hosts a variety of concerts throughout the year and they offer cosmic bowling and a cosmic game room.
The group performs several musicals classics and comedies at the Lincoln Community Center auditorium from October through May.
With its special group offers terrific refreshments and fun family atmosphere this state-of-the-art bowling center is guaranteed to provide your family with endless entertainment.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Authentic 1930's art deco architecture makes it the "quintessential diner". Open 365 days a year 24 hours a day.
Multiple movie theatre offering a wide schedule including matinees and evening showings.
Classic Boat Museum Features the world’s premier collection of Larson Falls Flyers vintage outboard motors boats native to the Midwest toy boats and much more. This private museum is open most Saturdays and by appointment.
Located within the ruins of the Washburn Mill this museum chronicles the flour milling industry through multisensory and interactive exhibits.
Travel through 4000 years of world history as you view more than 80000 works of sculpture photography paintings drawings and prints.
Take yourself out to the Minnesota Baseball Hall of Fame where great moments in Minnesota Baseball are preserved.
Ironworld is the largest museum complex in the region and is Minnesota’s largest museum outside of the Twin Cities metro area. The museum is dedicated to telling the story of the Iron Range through interactive exhibits sampling of ethnic food and an exciting trolley ride that offers spectacular views of an open pit mine.
Explore Minnesota's past through museum exhibits that feature large-scale objects hands-on experiences and multimedia presentations. Minnesota Historical Society.
This museum is all about Minnesota’s love of the lakes. Exhibits include classic wood boats grand hotel and resort history fishing memorabilia the new history of Chris-Craft exhibit and more. Open Mid-May to Mid-October.
Experience four centuries of world-class marine art and objects in three galleries. Located on 6 acres of gardens on the Missisippi River with scenic views and wildlife from their riverwalk.
The Minnesota State Capitol celebrated its centennial in 2005. The Capitol has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972. Cass Gilbert was the architect of the Minnesota state capitol. He also designed the U.S. Supreme Court building (Washington D.C.) Woolworth building (New York City) U.S. Customs House (New York City) West Virginia & Arkansas state capitols.
The Orphanagge dates back to the years of 1886 thru 1945 and The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota named the Orphanage Museum “One of the 25 Best Preserved Historic Sites in Minnesota” during the past 25 years.
Minnesota State University Mankato promotes learning through effective undergraduate and graduate teaching scholarship and research in service to the state the region and the global community.
Minnesota's professional lacrosse team plays at the Xcel Enery Center from January to April.
More than 2800 animals from 5 continents in exhibits resembling their natural habitat. Discovery Bay Indonesian Rainforest and Family Farm. Outdoor exhibits viewed from climate controlled monorail. Open year round.
Unique Bemidji and Minnesota gifts and souvenirs.
The history of Mower County and Austin is preserved in more than 20 individual facilities located on the Historical Society grounds. This diverse collection of facilities which includes a Native American History Museum Art Museum and Fireman’s Museum provides a complete and comprehensive view of Austin’s rich history for the whole family to enjoy.
Museum of old county heritage.
Mustang Lanes is equipped with ten alleys and automated scoring. A full bar and lounge is available.
Enjoy culture at its finest with stage performances by local and professional touring artists including symphony orchestras ballet troupes touring theaters ethnic and modern dance companies.
Enjoy the Las Vegas of the Midwest with a night of gaming food and entertainment. 10 different dining choices.
Come get a close-up look at our nation’s emblem in the National Eagle Center’s viewing room. The birds are tethered as opposed to behind glass giving visitors a personal beak-to-nose experience! Several educational feeding programs are given throughout the day giving visitors a chance to learn more about our national bird.
The world's largest amateur sports and meeting facility featuring soccer fields baseball a hippodrome and much more.
Nickelodeon Universe® the nation's largest indoor family theme park invites guests to take a whirlwind ride on the latest roller coaster the speeding and spiraling SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge. The theme park is home to seven acres of fun with more than 30 remarkable rides and attractions nine mouth watering places to eat plenty of entertainment and of course shopping.
Outdoor waterslides climbing wall two hot tubs frog hopper kiddie rides picnic area heated wading pool mini golf water wars gift shop and concessions.
Spend the day shopping at this outlet mall which includes storess such as GAP Levi's Old Navy Wilson's Leather Nike and has a movie theater.
Conveniently located just one mile from the Tofte AmericInn this museum offers a fascinating look at Lake Superior’s fishing history with views of original fish skiffs stories from fishermen and a variety of changing gallery exhibits.
950 slot casino with event center seating 750 people.
Bison adventure tour gift and are gallery and Bison meat sales. Learn the history of bison and hear the sounds buffalo make. See the bison up close in their natural environment as you ride in a comfortable air conditioned bison bus. Take pictures of bison up close and see young calves as they nurse.
The theatres boast the best in Broadway comedy and British farce and is the oldest professional theatre in the upper Midwest. Cocktails and dinner are available.
The Ordway recognized as one of the United State's leading not-for-profit performing arts centers is home to a wide variety of performances throughout the year that encompass the finest in American musical theatre world music dance jazz and vocal artists on its Main Hall and McKnight Theatre stages
The Ottertail County Historical Museum is recognized as one of the best local history museums in Minnesota. From authentically recreated dioramas and period rooms to creative hands-on activities the museum is a unique cultural and educational resource in Otter Tail County.
The Arts Center hosts numerous local regional and national artists.
Visitors to this farm can get a rare up-close look at over twenty beautiful alpacas. Distant cousins of llamas and camels these gentle exotic creatures originated in the highest peaks of the Andes and are bred exclusively for their lustrous colorful fiber. The Pajolo Alpaca Farm includes a store that specializes in high-quality apparel made from 100% alpaca fiber.
A not for profit community owned theater offers first run movies and provides a location for concerts stage productions seminars and other special events.
700 seat historical theatre presenting performance by regional arts.
27 amusement rides and attractions. Paul Bunyan greets youngsters.
Shop the chain stores and the unique locally owned stores.
The village has 19 buildings including a museum Victorian house 2 railroad depots schoolhouse church blacksmith shop machinery and automobile building and 7 log houses
Home to a variety of native and exotic species in their natural habitats. Nestled amongst the towering pines of a seventy acre park.
Step back in history to the daily life of a pioneer settler.
Two 18 hole miniature golf courses winding through mountain caves over foot bridges and under waterfalls. Experience the rush of racing! Engines roar as you speed through twists curves and dips. Three race tracks for all levels from kiddies to competitive racers!
Area bowling center for family fun.
Best known for their comedies the playhouse has been going strong for over 34 years!
Tour the Polaris Factory and see the inner workings of a factory plant.
Indoor go-karting is the best experience with the thrill and adrenaline rush of driving with a 6.5 horsepower engine.
RRCC's campus is an eight-building complex connected with heated walkways a courtyard and three ponds edged by decks. The adjacent residence hall offers furnished apartment-style accommodations for students. Our varsity sports and student activities foster leadership and diversity.
Enjoy body massages body wraps makeovers footbaths and hand & feet exfoliation. Finish off your experience with a relaxing gentle yoga stretch and meditation all in a beautiful and spirit lifting experience. Tantalize your senses: see smell feel listen and become your most beautiful and fabulous you at ReNew!
Featuring 750 acres of woods prairie rivers and ponds with 12 miles of hiking and biking trails.
Enjoy a charter cruise along the Mississippi River on the "Spirit of St. Paul." It holds 145 passengers and runs during the spring summer and fall seasons. Cruises are available for sightseeing late afternoon cocktails dinner and Sunday brunch. The boat is available to privately charter including catering and a full bar on board.
The Rochester Recreation Center is designed to offer a number of community recreation activities under one roof. (Water Ice and Gym sports as well as meeting rooms.
For 85 years the Roseau County Historical Society collecst preserves and disseminatse the history of Roseau County Minnesota.
The Roseau Pioneer Farm and Village began by action of the Roseau Lions Club in 1975 to establish an agricultural museum in the area.
Harness racing and card room.
Hailed as America's premier chamber orchestra The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra is internationally renowned for its artistic excellence and remarkable versatility of musical styles.
Minnesot's newest regional event center.
Bowling alley where "the good times roll.
Features a large collection of more than 300 classic tractors cars trucks & fire trucks.
The Science Museum of Minnesota founded in 1907 is a large regional science museum located on the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul. The Science Museum's programs combine research and collection facilities a public science education center extensive teacher education and school outreach programs and an Imax Convertible Dome Omnitheater to provide science education to an audience of more than a million people per year.
For over 150 years Shattuck-St. Mary’s School has served students from around the world in preparation for both the college experience and for life.
Red Wing's turn-of-the-century Sheldon Theatre showcases the best in arts and entertainment from Minnesota's heartland and beyond. It operates year-round presenting a broad range of touring events including music theatre dance comedy films lectures and more.
As one of the state's oldest settlements this site hosts four simple limestone buildings from the era when the American Fur Company operated a regional trade with the Dakota between 1825 and 1853. The home of Henry Hastings Sibley the company's young regional manager was begun in 1838. Sibley's office as first state governor is located in one ell of the home.
Eight bowling lanes pool table video games leagues cosmic bowling beer pop pizza snacks parties and more.
Family fun for roller and inline skating laser tag and video games with a concessions area.
Southwest Minnesota State University offers a broad-based curriculum with strong education business and liberal arts programs.
Since its grand opening in 2001 this quirky kitschy tribute to America’s favorite canned meat product has attracted countless visitors from all over the world. With its promise of “1000% fun” this 16500 square-foot complex is a must-see for families in Austin. Admission is free. (SPAM® is a registered trademark of Hormel Foods, LLC and is being used with permission.)
Built in 1893 by the city’s founder John M. Spicer and originally called Medayto Cottage. Murder Mystery dinners are held on weekends and cruises on Green Lake may be arranged Thursday-Sunday June-August.
Situated on the North Shore of Lake Superior this park is best known for its historic lighthouse. This park offers numerous recreational opportunities. Scenic trails along the lake are linked the spectacular Superior Hiking Trail. Anglers cast their lines for lake trout salmon and brown trout. Lighthouse tours are offered between 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily from Memorial Weekend through October.
View the finest private wildlife collection in Minnesota. Visitors will enjoy exhibits including over 100 birds and 50 animals.
The Riverkeepers - Climb aboard the SS Ruby Pontoon and take a relaxing ride down the Red River while enjoying the sights of historic downtown Fargo - Moorhead.
Scenic paddleboat dinner cruises.
St. Olaf is a nationally ranked highly selective private liberal arts college of the Lutheran church in Northfield Minnesota near Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Take a walk into the past and visit the local drive-in one of three left in Minnesota. Featuring four screens including the original!
Bowling and a restaurant
This local movie theatre offers all of the latest films at an affordable price. Perfect for a rainy day!
World class racing facility offers an outstanding atmosphere for both the serious and recreational karters.
Stoney End is a family-owned and operated maker of traditional folk lever harps with twenty-five years of experience. We offer unique hand-crafted products affordable quality custom design and superior service to help customers find the right harp and spread the joy of music.
St. Cloud’s most unique theme park with a large picnic shelter for groups. Enjoy all the activities including go-karts mini golf bumper boats batting cages and a giant water slide.
Five cinema movie theatre located across from AmericInn. They even have popcorn with real butter!
Opened in 1990 the Target Center is now home to the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx. The Target Center also frequently hosts other concerts performances and family shows. Located in the heart of downtown the Target Center is easily accessible by bus train or car and is surrounded by an abundance of restaurants and shopping.
Opened in April 2010 Target Field is the new home of Minnesota’s MLB team the Twins. The new field will feature one of the closest seating bowls to the playing field in all of Major League Baseball boasting approximately 18500 infield seats. Target Field is equipped with wider seats and more legroom for fans and provides heated concessions restrooms and lounge areas for fans when the weather is less than perfect. The new field promises to provide fans with a unique MLB experience.
One of the area’s finest live performing theatres featuring six shows per year and a cast of more than 200 volunteer artists.
The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes offers an assortment of stores ranging from national retailers to unique boutiques and restaurants ranging from fine dining to casual eateries.
Great place for family fun or to host a birthday party or other special event.
Conveniently located less than a mile from the Virginia AmericInn the Thunderbird Mall consists of over 50 clothing stores boutique shops a terrific deli and more.
With over 2500 slots 44 game tables a 10-table poker room and a high-stakes bingo hall Treasure Island offers some of the area’s best gaming dining and nationally-known entertainment.
This is the Nicollet County Museum. Many exhibits showing the history of Nicollet County and southern Minnesota.
A hidden treasure worth the visit. Tours free tastings gift shop.
The University of Minnesota campus spans the Mississippi River with campuses in both Minneapolis and St. Paul. See where thousands of undergraduates and scores of graduate students are schooled each year and you'll witness the institution that has become the Minneapolis community's most honored place of learning.
Visit the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum in person and experience the thrilling game action and inspiring achievements via physical displays exhibits video theater and memorabilia. The United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum is America's hockey showcase. Beginning in 1973 the Hall has honored and recognized outstanding coaches players builders and administrators who have contributed to the success and promotion of American Hockey. Eveleth Minnesota has been designated "The Capital of American Hockey" and is known as the home of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum because of its rich hockey traditions. No community the size of Eveleth has produced as many quality players or has contributed more to the development of the sport in the United States. Furthermore the Iron Range and Minnesota in general have had significant impact on US Hockey.
Three great tracks great karts Silicon NASCAR Simulators. Water wars mini golf bumper boats batting cages rock climbing wall and jump shot.
Valleyfair offers huge thrills and excitement for all ages. Valleyfair features 75 thrilling rides and attractions, including eight roller coasters, family and thrill rides, live entertainment and Soak City Waterpark. Snoopy and the PEANUTS Gang are new in 2011. Explore Planet Snoopy, a huge area for kids and families that is over 3.5 acres with over 17 rides and attractions.
Home of the MSU Hockey teams this all purpose entertainment venue and meeting/convention site is host to special events including concerts family shows Broadway musicals sporting events and ice shows.
The Vikings Plaza mall offers stores for any shopper and will fulfill your hunger needs as well.
Setting features eleven buildings and a caboose from Steele County dating back to the 1850’s
Fitness center ice arena basketball/volleyball courts Boy and Girls Club.
Formally established in 1927 the Walker Art Center began as the first public art gallery in the Upper Midwest. The museum's focus on modern art began in the 1940s when a gift from Mrs. Gilbert Walker made possible the acquisition of works by important artists of the day including sculptures by Pablo Picasso Henry Moore Alberto Giacometti and others. Opened in April 2005 the new Walker Art Center nearly double in size includes increased indoor and outdoor facilities allowing them to share more resources--from objects in the permanent collection to books in our library to an inside view of the artist's own creative process--with the growing audience.
Located near Mall of America the Water Park of America soars 90 feet above the Twin Cities' skyline and provides wet and wild fun for both the young and young at heart. Surf on Minnesota's only Flow Rider Surf Simulator and catch a wave in the Lake Superior wave pool. And don’t forget to experience America's longest indoor family raft ride at ten stories tall and over a mile long! The Water Park of America offers a spa two restaurants 5800 sq. ft. arcade a cafe wireless internet and much more.
Rochester's Premiere Movie going Experience with the Largest Movie Screen in Rochester & Crystal Clear Digital Surround Sound.
Bowling alley including bar food and plenty of lanes to compete with family and friends!
Founded in 1989 White Bear Lake Sports Center of White Bear Lake MN is an indoor rink and open year round.
Muller Family Theatres include party rooms and midnight madness parties for groups of family and friends.
A scenic 9-hole par 3 golf course winding through the forest with ponds and bunkers. A challenging 18-hole miniature golf course with a waterfall and stream running through it. Driving range with artificial turf teeing area so it's always in perfect condition. Snack bar and beverages and picnic area and events gazebo and clubhouse.
Housed in a 1915 brick fortress recalling its original purpose as an armory this is one of the largest historical society museums in Minnesota. Displays of artifacts of Winona County's history include a stained glass window exhibit Main Street as it may have been timeline of county history library and archives. Award winning children's exhibit allows hands-on opportunities to learn.
A bowling alley and an arcade.
World of Christmas is a unique shopping experience. The offer deck and garden decor jewelry apparel linens great home and Northwoods decor inspirational items kid’s area books and food items. Evergreen Park is out door fun for the whole family. They have miniature golf train ride water wars bumper boats extreme air jumper system batting cages go carts and a climbing wall.
One of the largest auditorium facilities within part of the southern Minnesota and northern Iowa region this performing arts center is located in the historic central district of Worthington.
Hours of fun for everyone. Bowling laser tag miniature golf arcade pro shop restaurant and snack bar.
Established in 1970 The Wright County Swappers' Meet is a combination flea market farmers market art fair antique mall closeout store pet store and garage sale.
The Xcel Energy Center is a one-of-a-kind multi-purpose sports and entertainment facility located in the heart of downtown Saint Paul. The arena is home to the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Minnesota Wild the National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Minnesota Swarm and more than 150 spectacular entertainment events annually. Since its opening in September 2000 the Xcel Energy Center has been recognized as one of the best venues worldwide including “Best Stadium Experience” in 2007 by ESPN the Magazine and “Best Fan Experience” by Forbes in 2006.
With 48 runs 18 chairlifts terrain parks snowtubing Afton Alps is Minnesota's premier skiing and snowboarding destination.
Home of the Resorter’s Golf Tournament. Features some of the finest amateur golfers in the nation. Past winners include PGA professional and hometown golfer Tom Lehman.
Down hill skiing snowboarding and tubing.
Swimming beach softball field fishing pier public access picnic area and a playground.
Golf on the Atikwa Championship Course or the Executive Putting Course at the Arrowwood Resort Hotel & Conference Center in Alexandria Minnesota.
Swimming Beach Picnic Shelter Restrooms
We offer free unlimited wagon rides constant musical and variety entertainment a free play land for the children and animal shows going on almost all of the time.
Local state park with biking hiking boating swimming and lounging on the beach.
Club house pro shop golf driving range and practice area.
Beste’s Sporting Clays and Pheasant Hunting Preserve in Central Minnesota offers a walk through sporting clays range and pheasant hunting game farm. Offering skeet shooting trap shooting five stand and other clay targets.
State park with scenic views of Albert Lea Lake annd nature at its best.
Located in Sartell Minnesota a 18-hole championship golf course and event center with an on-site Bar & Grill.
Tee off at this charming well-maintained 9-hole course while taking in a beautiful view of Blackduck Lake.
18 hole championship public golf course.
Picnic Shelter Play Equipment Soccer Fields
Located in Northeastern Minnesota the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) has a million acres of wilderness with over 1000 pristine lakes and streams and over 1500 miles of canoe routes. It is considered by some as the most beautiful wilderness they have ever seen. National Geographic named it one of 50 Destinations of a Lifetime. The BWCA is a true wilderness experience no motors no electricity no telephone lines and no roads to the inner lakes.
Widely recognized as North America's Premiere Motor Speedway.
Downhill skiing snowboarding and snow tubing November - March. Lessons available. BMX racing mountain biking and mountain boarding May - August.
Bunker Hills has a wide range of different activities for the whole family to enjoy while on your Minnesota Vacation. You can go to the largest outdoor water park in the area where the 25000 square foot wave pool and an enormous water park area are waiting for you. There are different sized waterslides a large adventure pool with zero depth entry and a large interactive play area. Tubes can be rented there is a sand play area volleyball courts and concessions to make your visit truly fun.
Ranked in the top 25 courses in the country by Golf Digest.
Fish for brown trout in the Redwood River or bass and bluegill in Brawner Lake. Hike the trails or cool off in the spring-fed pool. Walk along the wooded river valley climb the Dakota Valley Trail to the lookout for great fall colors or go canoeing on Brawner Lake.
Camp Ripley's 53000 acres' is full of interesting plan and animal life. Also one of Minnesota's most unusual history museums; experience military men and women so vividly captured and interpreted for the public at the MN Military Museum.
Enjoy the city of Duluth through its revived waterfront district where you'll find a multitude of activities for incredible vacations in Minnesota. Revel in a carriage ride to one of the many clubs cafes and restaurants which dot the district's beautiful byways and charming back alleys.
The Cannon Valley Trail is a 19.7 mile long trail that runs through diverse and spectacular scenery on a former Chicago Great Western Railroad line connecting the cities of Cannon Falls Welch and Red Wing in beautiful southeastern Minnesota.
Once an estate and apple orchard the Nature Center now offers daily access to over 15 miles of self-guided trails overlooking the scenic St Croix River. The Nature Center is also a natural habitat for great blue herons and bald eagles.
Plan your special event! Enjoy fishing and other water sports.
Fourteen foot wide paved trail for all seasons: snowmobiling biking in-line skating and walking.
If you are looking for any type of team building or family event in Minnesota look no further. You do not need to be a part of a group in order to experience this thrill of a lifetime. They have one of the fastest ziplines in Minnesota! Boasting 10 high elements that reach 35' participants will push past fears in an exhilarating yet safe environment. If you are looking for one of the best activities in northern Minnesota you have found the right place.
Natures finest awaits in the towering pines diverse wetlands and pristine waters of the Chippewa National Forest. Catch of glimpse of bald eagles soaring in flight in this the home of the largest breeding population of bald eagles in the lower 48 states. Hike into the Joyce Estate and see a Chicago millionaire's vast wilderness hideaway. The Lost Forty also awaits a majestic stand of old-growth white pine ignored by lumber companies during the logging era. The Chippewa National Forest is also home to a portion of the Edge of the Wilderness National Scenic Byway and Suomi Hills a semi-primitive non-motorized recreation area. Suomi Hills features miles of hiking biking and Nordic skiing trails running through rolling forests and calm lakes.
Fishing guide service by day or by half day.
Beautiful flower gardens with walking paths and benches and an on-site gift shop.
One of Minnesota’s most scenic courses newly expanded to 18 holes. New clubhouse. Well groomed course offers panoramic views of the majestic Mississippi River Valley.
Coffee Mill has 425 feet of vertical drop diverse terrain no lift lines and three terrain parks topped off with homemade food in our café.
Welcome to CreeksBend Golf Course an 18-hole championship facility for golfers of all ages and abilities. Designed by Joel Goldstrand CreeksBend is named for the characteristics of the creek which curves throughout the course and is adjacent to the 1940's original barn turned clubhouse.
Located on the shores of Lake Campbell our newly-constructed 10000+ square-foot clubhouse and banquet hall is the perfect venue for weddings private parties corporate luncheons and golf outings.
Historic house of George Dayton founder of Dayton Department stores.
y Equipment Softball Field Skating Rink
Northern Minnesota's Edge of the Wilderness National Scenic Byway will reward and excite your senses! Awarded the status of National Scenic Byway in 1996 the 47-mile winding drive from Grand Rapids north to Effie on State Highway 38 shows off spectacular scenery and historic sites. The byway also gives access to a variety of outdoor recreational experiences such as hiking biking Nordic skiing canoeing fishing birding wildlife viewing and more. Interpretive sites give insight to the natural scenic and historical qualities of the route. Enjoy the breathtaking colors of Mother Nature with a spectacular Fall Colors Driving Tour. A Discovery Tour brochure is available to guide visitors on their journey. Open year round however winter travel warrants discretion.
One of two original wooden trail turntables on the original site in the United States
Site of historical gristmill picnic sites benches access to the Mill Pond - a popular fishing spot and overlooks the river.
Falls Country Club located next to scenic Rainy River offers an 18-hole championship golf course that is open to the public. The par-72 course which measures 6632 yards from the back tees winds through the beautiful pines and aspen of Northern Minnesota and is laced with a series of streams and ponds that provide a challenge to players of all skill levels. PGA Professional pro shop restaurant bar and practice range available for your enjoyment.
Pick out your own pumpkin from over 20 varieties or go on a berry-picking spree in the strawberry and raspberry patches. From horse-drawn carriage rides to a playful romp in the grain silo there’s plenty of family fun to be had on this lively old-fashioned farm. Admission is free!
A premier sporting event company Front Runner provides over 30 energetic and exciting events every year.
This scenic drive and overlook provides a magnificent view of Winona and the Mississippi River beyond. On a clear day see 20 to 30 miles up and down the river valley.
This executive golf course has 2- 9 hole courses perfect for casual outings.
Rated as Minnesota’s #1 Ski Resort by SKI Magazine Giant's Ridge offers 35 downhill runs more than 60 km of cross-country ski trails and one of Minnesota’s hottest terrain parks. Giant’s Ridge also offers 36 holes of golf and was recently cited as having “The Best Golf of the 21st Century” by Golf Digest.
Located near Glenwood. From the town of Starbuck go 3 miles south on Highway 29 then 2 miles south on County Road 41.
This Minnesota Scenic ByWay traverses 220 miles along a former Burlington Northern railroad grade of Minnesota’s most geologically significant areas formed by glaciers. It is generally level and is wheelchair accessible. Features a 12-mile paved trail between Willmar and New London for bicyclers in line skaters walkers and runners along with a second grassy trail for horseback riding.
Known for its spectacular waterfalls river gorge Lake Superior shoreline Civilian Conservation Corps log and stone structures and north woods wildlife. Hike or ski to a series of falls through a forest of evergreens aspen and birch. Visitor information center on site.
18 hole course.
Hayes Lake State Park consists of almost 3000 acres of forest with trails and the lake itself which supports crappie sunfish large mouth bass and northern. Birdwatchers have spotted over 200 species in or near the park. The summer is perfect to look for orchids gentians and blueberries or just for a picnic. Visitors also enjoy swimming and canoeing in the lake along with camping. Trails for hiking skiing snowmobiling and horseback riding connect with the Beltrami Island State Forest.
This annual fund raising event which takes place in January is sponsored by the Brainerd Jaycees with more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars in cash and prizes being given away during this major winter event.
Established in 1891 Itasca is Minnesota’s oldest state park. Today the park totals more than 32000 acres and includes more than 100 lakes. Walk across the mighty Mississippi as it starts its winding journey 2552 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. Stand under towering pines at Preacher's Grove. Visit the Itasca Indian Cemetery or Wegmann's Cabin landmarks of centuries gone by. Explore Wilderness Drive past the 2000-acre Wilderness Sanctuary one of Minnesota's seven National Natural Landmarks.
You can enjoy a hands on tour through the scenic rolling hills of the Solomon Lake area with ducks geese deer coyotes and fox along with a doctile herd of 300 majestic buffalo.
The 9-hole "Jackson" course at the Jackson Golf Club facility in Jackson Minnesota features 6550 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 37 . The course rating is 71.8 and it has a slope rating of 140 on Blue grass. Jackson golf course opened in 1947.
Park trails link up to the Willard Munger State Trail at the north edge of the park; perfect for backpackers bikers (both mountain and tour) hikers horseback riders and skiers. Check out the wildflowers in the spring and the vivid colors in the fall. Walk on the swinging suspension bridge high above the raging St. Louis River.
This 507-acre nature center features prairie land forests wetlands and meandering streams. Its seven miles of trail are filled with native wildlife such as deer mink raccoons salamanders and a variety of indigenous birds.
Offers visitors a nice swimming beach and picnic area. A permit is required to enter the park.
Litchfield's local lake with multiple parks and sight-seeing as well as camping. Great for family get-togethers.
Not only is Lake Superior the largest of the Great Lakes it also has the largest surface area of any freshwater lake in the world. It contains almost 3000 cubic miles of water an amount that could fill all the other Great Lakes plus three additional Lake Eries. With an average depth approaching 500 feet Superior also is the coldest and deepest (1332 feet) of the Great Lakes. The lake stretches approximately 350 miles from west to east and 160 miles north to south with a shoreline almost 2800 miles long. Enjoy the Minnesota beaches take a drive around the Great Lakes Circle Tour or tour the lighthouses of Lake Superior.
Located on the Mississippi River this 436 acre park was established in 1931 in memory of Charles A. Lindbergh.
18 hole course right next to the beautiful Lake Ripley and Peter's on Lake Ripley restaurant.
18 hole (par 72) golf course.
This beautiful park provides limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation including boating hiking bird-watching fishing and picnicking.
The Midwest’s premier downhill ski resort Lutsen Mountains features 90 sweeping runs across four mountains and an abundance of scenic cross-country trails.
Nominated as a Candidate for Golf Digest's "Best New Course in America" in 2000 and recommended by Golf Digest as "A Place to Play.
Golf course and banquet hall.
Part of Ramsey County Parks this golf course features a mens club and junior program.
The birthplace of Little Falls here the natural waterfalls were developed for power as early as 1849. Little Falls' first industry was located at this site
Nine hole golf course.
Stoll along the tree-lined walkways through this scenic garden to view a magnificent collection of public art.
Located in the heart of Minneapolis this lush green space includes a 53 foot waterfall.
The facility houses 342 stalls and two indoor arenas within 3 covered acres and features horse shows and other events throughout the year.
Open 10 months for apple sampling live music bakery gift shop petting farm hiking trails restaurant pony rides and orchard wagon rides.
Explore the beautiful upper Mississippi River on a unique paddle wheel boat.
Established in 1986 the Tournament Course 18 is more of a traditional style course with rolling fairways and spacious greens. Surrounded by the beauty of the Hiawatha Valley the Tournament Course 18 has played host to the U.S. Senior Open qualifying U.S. Amateur qualifying and has held the Minnesota Section PGA Championship.
If you're looking for a great place to golf stop by and golf a round or two at our beautiful 9 hole course. We are located 1 1/2 hours north of the Twin Cities and 50 miles south of Duluth on beautiful Sand Lake just minutes off of interstate 35E. This 9 hole course is one of a kind and a challenge everytime you play.
Camping swimming hiking biking canoeing boating and museum.
The 18-hole "New Prague" course at the New Prague Golf Club facility in New Prague Minnesota features 6362 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 69.9 and it has a slope rating of 127. Designed by Bob Pomije the New Prague golf course opened in 1929.
500 acres of plants wildlife. 12 miles of hiking trails lighted cross country ski trails.
One of the finest public facilities in northern Minnesota Oakcrest Golf Club located in Roseau Minnesota offers 18 holes of championship golf.
Oak Glen Golf Course features 27 holes of bent grass fairways and greens. Our 18 hole Championship course has hosted numerous Minnesota Golf events including the Four Ball State Amateur and State Open Qualifying tournaments and Women’s Invitationals. The executive (par 29) nine hole course across the street earns the same meticulous care of our grounds crew.
72 par Championship course. Full service bar grill and pro shop.
An 18 hold public golf course located 5 miles south of Rochester.
This nature center features a wide variety of animals birds and walking trails guaranteed to provide a fun and educational experience for nature-lovers of all ages.
Phelps Mill is a flour mill in Otter Tail County
This beautifully-designed golf course offers 18 holes and amazing rates!
Open April through October walk-ins are welcome!
Trail rides hay rides petting zoo and picnic area.
Fresh locally grown apples and strawberries and entertainment in the fall of pony and wagon rides corn maze pick your own pumpkins and more!
Come and see what the historic life of Worthington was. There are forty historic buildings on display.
Mountain Caves Footbridges and Waterfalls on two challenging 18 hole courses.
Winter fun for the whole entire family. Includes skiing snowboarding and snow tubing.
Prairie View Golf Links is an acclaimed prairie links golf course meandering through prairie wetlands and natural grasses.
Learning facility with walking trails and home to unique schooling opportunities for students. Plus great bird watching!
A beautiful 530 acre outdoor classroom offering hands-on experiences for schools and other groups exploring wetlands woodlands prairie and animal life. With six miles of trails it also offers biking and birding as well as groomed trails for cross country skiing. A Challenge Course featuring a 40 foot climbing wall and other high events.
Features a heated outdoor swimming pool tennis courts covered picnic shelters playground equipment hiking trails and a 9-hole disc golf course.
Features rolling shaded and watered fairways and greens and also an attractive and comfortable clubhouse.
Hiking Trail Picnic Shelter Restrooms
9 hole golf course; public welcome.
World's largest ice arena and home to the U.S. Women's Olympic team.
One of Minnesota’s top 20 attractions located on the shores of Lake Andrew features over 2900 acres of colorful prairies hardwood forests wetlands and cool clear lakes. Highlights include the Mount Tom overlook…the highest point in Kandiyohi County…over 300 nature programs a modern interpretive trail center bird watching and canoeing.
A regulation par 36 course the Silver Bay Golf Course was constructed in 1959 by the Reserve Mining Company and has matured into one of finest nine hole layouts in the state. The Golf Course was opened to the public in 1983 and is now owned by the City of Silver Bay. It is a beautiful course surrounded by forested hills.
When you play at Spirit Mountain your ski trip will be so much more than skiing! You'll have all that Duluth has to offer as well. We offer easy access to Spirit Mountain just 15 miles away. Spirit Mountain Adventure Park is currently home to the "Timber Twister" Alpine Coaster the "Timber Flyer" Zip Line and a 9-hole Mini Golf Course plus the hub for a 6-lane Snow Tubing Park!
Spring Brook is considered to be one of the finest golf courses in East Central Minnesota. It is a public course offering non-member green fees. The clubhouse and bar are available for corporate events banquets and receptions.
Great for hiking and biking.
Picnic area with buffalo and whitetail deer.
The 235-mile Superior Hiking trail extends from Two Harbors to the Canadian border connecting seven state parks 3 state waysides several state forests and the Superior National Forest.
Rated the #1 golf course in Minnesota by Golf Digest Magazine this scenic 27-hole championship course is an experience you’ll want to have again and again.
Whitewater rafting is one of Minnesota's hottest outdoor adventures. Our exciting 2½ hour trip is on the St. Louis River just 15 miles south of Duluth.
The Municipal Swimming Pool is located at Putnam Park. It offers a leisure pool feature a zero depth area with several play features plunge pool with a 50’ slide four lane lap pool with a recreational diving board lifeguards on staff and a new bathhouse with concession.
Known for the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point; rocky steep cliffs and inland bluffs; the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River; and the historic Tettegouche Camp. The park is a hiker's paradise with miles of trails that overlook the Sawtooth Mountains and wind down to inland lakes accessible only by foot. The cliffs at Shovel Point are a premiere location for rock climbers.
A collection of multiple use trails between Hinckley and Duluth. It consists of interconnecting trails offering hiking bicycling in-line skating and snowmobiling. It highlights the picturesque scenery and rich history of East Central Minnesota. The trail follows the route of the railroad that saved many lives in the historic Hinckley and Cloquet fires in the nineteenth century.
This equestrian center provides horse-riding lessons summer riding camps horse boarding and more.
Located just off of Hwy 61 on 21st St E this park is a treasure for picnicking biking exploring and viewing the spectacular Vermillion Falls.
The center tells the story of Minnesota's only national park in displays maps and presentations. Be sure to inquire about naturalist-guided activities and boat tours. Enjoy 218054 acres of outdoor exploration by houseboat motorboat canoe and kayak. Voyageurs is a water-based park where you must leave your car and take to the water to fully experience the lakes islands and shorelines of the park.
Hit the slopes at Welch Village! This resort offers a variety of ski trails for all skill levels from beginner to advanced.
In the winter enjoy snow skiing snowboarding and snow tubing. In the summer enjoy the water park Alpine Slide and go kart racing.
Outdoor activities year round biking trails hiking trails state parks cross country ski trails science and nature centers canoeing kayaking rowboat rentals birding and wildlife viewing.
Worthington Country Club is an 18 hole semi-private golf course located in Worthington Minnesota including swimming pool banquet facilities and bar.
Enjoy your favorite sport on ice whether it's hockey or ice skating. Ice on from October 15 through March 15.
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