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Minnesota (/mɪnᵻˈsoʊtə/; locally About this sound [ˌmɪnəˈso̞ɾə]) is a state in the Midwestern United States. Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858, created from the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory. The name comes from the Dakota word for \clear blue water\. Owing to its large number of lakes, the state is informally known as the \Land of 10,000 Lakes\. Its official motto is L'Étoile du Nord (French: Star of the North). Minnesota is the 12th largest in area and the 21st most populous of the U.S. States; nearly 60 percent of its residents live in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area (known as the \Twin Cities\), the center of transportation, business, industry, education, and government and home to an internationally known arts community. The remainder of the state consists of western prairies now given over to intensive agriculture; deciduous forests in the southeast, now partially cleared, farmed and settled; and the less populated North Woods, used for mining, forestry, and recreation. Minnesota is known for its idiosyncratic social and political orientations and its high rate of civic participation and voter turnout. Until European settlement, Minnesota was inhabited by the Dakota and Ojibwe/Anishinaabe. The large majority of the original European settlers emigrated from Scandinavia and Germany, and the state remains a center of Scandinavian American and German American culture. In recent decades, immigration from Asia, the Horn of Africa, and Latin America has expanded its demographic and cultural composition. Minnesota's standard of living index is among the highest in the United States, and the state is also among the best-educated and wealthiest in the nation.
Cities, towns & villages in Minnesota
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Fort Saint CharlesFort Saint Charles (1732) on Lake of the Woods was the second post built by La Vérendrye during his expansion of trade and exploration west of Lake Superior. It was located on Magnusens Island on the Northwest Angle of Minnesota, 3.5 miles east of Angle Inlet, Minnesota and one mile southwest of Penasse, Minnesota, the most northerly point in that state. The site of the modern reconstruction may be somewhat different since the lake levels were raised by control structures on the Winnipeg River. For related forts see Winnipeg River. The fort was abandoned in 1749. Show on map
Saint CloudSt. Cloud /ˌseɪntˈklaʊd/ is a city in the state of Minnesota and the largest population center in the state's central region. Its population is 67,109 according to the 2015 US census estimates, making it Minnesota's tenth largest city. St. Cloud is the county seat of Stearns County and was named after the city of Saint-Cloud, France (in Île-de-France, near Paris), which was named after the 6th-century French monk Clodoald. St. Cloud owns and operates a hydroelectric dam on the Mississippi that can produce up to nine megawatts of electricity. Show on map
MorrisMorris is a city in Stevens County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 5,286 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat. Economically, the community is surrounded by some of the richest agricultural lands in the country and agribusiness is a major contributor to the local economy. Headquartered in Morris, Riverview LLP is the largest dairy milking operation in Minnesota and ranked as one of the largest in the United States. Other large economic contributors include manufacturing, education and healthcare industries. Show on map
Saint PaulSaint Paul (/ˌseɪnt ˈpɔːl/; abbreviated St. Paul) is the capital and second-most populous city of the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of 2015, the city's estimated population was 300,851. Saint Paul is the county seat of Ramsey County, the smallest and most densely populated county in Minnesota. The city lies mostly on the east bank of the Mississippi River in the area surrounding its point of confluence with the Minnesota River, and adjoins Minneapolis, the state's largest city. Known as the \"Twin Cities\", the two form the core of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. Show on map
NoyesNoyes is an unincorporated community in St. Vincent Township, Kittson County, Minnesota, United States. Located in the extreme northwestern corner of the state on the Canada–United States border, it was an important border-crossing location going back to the days of ox roads and later was one of the busiest ports of entry west of the Great Lakes for rail and road traffic. The town of Emerson, Manitoba is located only a few feet from Noyes on the Canadian side of the border. Show on map
EaganEagan /ˈiːɡᵻn/ is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. The city is south of Saint Paul and lies on the south bank of the Minnesota River, upstream from the confluence with the Mississippi River. Eagan and nearby suburbs form the southern portion of Minneapolis–St. Paul. The population of Eagan was 64,206 at the 2010 census and currently ranks as Minnesota's 11th largest city. Show on map
DuluthDuluth /dəˈluːθ/ is a seaport city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the county seat of Saint Louis County. Duluth has a population of 86,110 and is the second-largest city on Lake Superior's shores, after Thunder Bay, Ontario; it has the largest metropolitan area on the lake. The Duluth MSA had a population of 279,771 in 2010, the second largest in Minnesota. Duluth forms a metropolitan area with Superior called the Twin Ports. The cities share the Duluth–Superior harbor and together are the Great Lakes' largest port transporting coal, iron ore (taconite), and grain. Show on map
Red WingRed Wing is a city in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States, on the Mississippi River. The population was 16,459 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Goodhue County. Red Wing is home of Red Wing Shoes, Riedell Ice and Roller Skates and Red Wing Stoneware. The Cannon Valley Trail has its eastern terminus in Red Wing. Treasure Island Resort & Casino is on the nearby Prairie Island Indian Reservation. The National Trust for Historic Preservation placed Red Wing on its 2008 distinctive destinations list, which adds twelve communities annually nationwide. Red Wing was added for its \"impressive architecture and enviable natural environment.\" Red Wing is connected to Wisconsin by Red Wing Bridge (officially named the Eisenhower Bridge); it carries U.S. Route 63 over the Mississippi Riv Show on map
TrimontTrimont is a city in Martin County, Minnesota, USA. The population was 747 at the 2010 census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2011 population is 740. The small community is located in south central Minnesota between Sherburn and St. James on Minnesota State Highway 4. Interstate 90 is nearby. In 1988, Trimont Schools consolidated with neighboring Sherburn and Welcome to form the Martin County West (MCW) School District. The Trimont school building is now the MCW Trimont Elementary. (Grades kindergarten, 3rd - 6th grades.) Show on map
BurnsvilleBurnsville /ˈbɜːrnzvᵻl/ is a city 15 miles (24 km) south of downtown Minneapolis in Dakota County in the State of Minnesota. The city lies on the south bank of the Minnesota River, upstream from its confluence with the Mississippi River. Burnsville and nearby suburbs form the southern portion of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the fifteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.6 million residents. According to the 2010 census, the population is 61,481. Show on map
Brooklyn ParkBrooklyn Park is the sixth largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The city is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, upstream from downtown Minneapolis in northern Hennepin County. Brooklyn Park is a northwest suburb of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area of Minneapolis–Saint Paul. Brooklyn Park is the second largest suburb of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. The population was 79,149 according to 2015 US census estimates. Show on map
BloomingtonBloomington is the fourth largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is located in Hennepin County on the north bank of the Minnesota River, above its confluence with the Mississippi River. Bloomington lies 10 miles (16 km) south of Minneapolis. The city's population is 86,435, according to the 2015 United States Census estimates. The city was named after Bloomington, Illinois. Show on map
ShakopeeShakopee (/ˈʃɑːkəpiː/ SHAH-kə-pee) is a city southwest of downtown Minneapolis in the State of Minnesota and the county seat of Scott County. On the south bank bend of the Minnesota River, Shakopee and nearby suburbs comprise the southwest portion of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States with 3.3 million people. The population of Shakopee was 37,076 at the 2010 census. The city is known for the Valleyfair amusement park and the Canterbury Park racetrack. Show on map
Eden PrairieEden Prairie is an edge city 12 miles (19 km) southwest of downtown Minneapolis in Hennepin County, and the 12th-largest city in the State of Minnesota. It is on the north bank of the Minnesota River, upstream from its confluence with the Mississippi River. Eden Prairie and nearby suburbs form the southwest portion of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the 15th-largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.6 million residents. Eden Prairie had a population of 60,797 at the 2010 census, which made it the 7th-largest suburb in the Twin Cities and the 12th-largest city in Minnesota. Show on map
Maple BayMaple Bay is an unincorporated community in Godfrey Township,in central Polk County, Minnesota, United States. A community of second homes and cabins, it lies on the west end of Maple Lake, approximately 6 miles west of Erskine. Maple Bay is located on a paved road which connects Mentor and U.S. Route 2 with County Road 41 en route to Fertile. The nearby lake is a summer resort and playground for residents of Crookston, Minnesota, Grand Forks, North Dakota and other nearby communities, and also offers excellent ice fishing. Show on map
MinneapolisMinneapolis (/ˌmɪniˈæpəlɪs/) is the county seat of Hennepin County, and larger of the Twin Cities, the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the United States, containing about 3.5 million residents. As of 2015, Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota and 46th-largest in the United States with a population of 410,939. Minneapolis and Saint Paul anchor the second-largest economic center in the Midwest, after Chicago. Show on map
DorothyDorothy was a small town in Section 5, Louisville Township, Red Lake County, Minnesota. It is now a virtual ghost town. Dorothy initially was established as a railroad station in 1916-17 after the Northern Pacific Railway extended its line from Tilden Junction to Winnipeg and built a spur through Red Lake Falls. The new town sucked away what was left of the historic river crossing town, Huot, and for a time sputtered toward prosperity, boasting a grain elevator, a Catholic church, a school and several houses. Show on map
WilnoWilno is an unincorporated community (Class Code U6) located in Lincoln County, Minnesota, United States. The population is estimated at 5. Wilno was laid out in 1883 on land provided by the Chicago and Northwestern railroad to create a Polish settlement. The community was formed as part of a planned effort between the railroad and leaders of Polish National Alliance (PNA) with the cooperation of the Catholic Church. The organizers named the town after Wilno, Poland (now Vilnius, Lithuania). St. John Cantius Church was established in the town in the same year. Rev. R. Byzewski of Winona and Bishop John Ireland of St. Paul also worked to establish the church. Show on map
SavageSavage /ˈsævɪdʒ/ is a suburban city 15 miles (24 km) south-southwest of downtown Minneapolis in Scott County in the State of Minnesota. The city is situated on the south bank of the Minnesota River in a region commonly referred to as South of the River, comprising the southern portion of Minneapolis-St. Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States. The population of Savage was 26,911 at the 2010 census. Minnesota State Highway 13 and County Road 42 are two of the main routes in Savage. Interstate 35W and U.S. Highway 169 are in close proximity to the city. Show on map
MantorvilleMantorville is a city in Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,197 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dodge County. Founded in 1854, the city is one of the oldest in Minnesota. It is known as the source of Mantorville limestone, which found its way into buildings across the United States. Mantorville shares a school system with nearby Kasson, Minnesota (the \"K–M Komets\"). The K–M school system is a member of the Zumbro Education school district (ZED). Minnesota State Highway 57 serves as a main route in the city. Show on map
MankatoMankato is a city in Blue Earth, Nicollet, and Le Sueur counties in the State of Minnesota. The population was 41,044 according to 2015 US census estimates, making it the fifth largest city in Minnesota outside of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area. The county seat of Blue Earth County, it is located along a large bend of the Minnesota River at its confluence with the Blue Earth River. Mankato is across the Minnesota River from North Mankato. Mankato and North Mankato have a combined population of over 53,000, according to the 2010 census. It completely encompasses the town of Skyline. North of Mankato Regional Airport, a tiny non-contiguous part of the city is located within Le Sueur County. Most of the city of Mankato is located within Blue Earth County. Show on map
Albert LeaAlbert Lea is a city in and the county seat of Freeborn County in the southeastern part of the State of Minnesota. The population was 18,016 at the 2010 census. The city is at the junction of Interstates 35 and 90, about 90 miles (140 km) south of the Twin Cities. It is on the shores of Fountain Lake, Pickerel Lake, Albert Lea Lake, Goose Lake, School Lake, and Lake Chapeau. Fountain Lake and Albert Lea Lake are part of the Shell Rock River flowage. Show on map
BrainerdBrainerd is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. Its population was 13,592 as of the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Crow Wing County, and is one of the largest cities in Central Minnesota. Brainerd straddles the Mississippi River several miles upstream from its confluence with the Crow Wing River, having been founded as a site for a railroad crossing above said confluence. Brainerd is the principal city of the Brainerd Micropolitan Area, a micropolitan area covering Cass and Crow Wing counties and with a combined population of 91,067 as of the 2010 census. The Brainerd area serves as a major tourist destination for Minnesota, and Baxter is a regional retail center. Show on map
HermantownHermantown is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 9,414 at the 2010 census. A suburb of Duluth, Minnesota, it has been the only city in the county to report population growth as much of the area's residential and commercial expansion occurs there. Hermantown is located near the tip of Lake Superior. Hermantown's current mayor is Wayne Boucher, who won a 2008 election against opponent Susie Stockinger. Mayor Boucher ran unopposed for a second mayoral term in 2012 and received 4,111 votes. There were 79 write-ins for mayor during the 2012 election. Show on map
MarysburgMarysburg is an unincorporated community in Blue Earth and Le Sueur counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The center of Marysburg is generally considered near the intersection of 243rd Street (County 16) and John Street. The junction of Le Sueur County Road 15 and Blue Earth County Road 26 is nearby. Marysburg is located within Jamestown Township in Blue Earth County; and also located within Washington Township in Le Sueur County. From 1858 to 1903, the community had a post office. Marysburg is located within ZIP code 56063 based in Madison Lake. Show on map
BrittBritt is an unincorporated area in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Britt is located 11 miles north of the city of Virginia. The original center of Britt was generally considered at the intersection of Saint Louis County Road 68 and Jarvinen Road (County 662) in the southwest corner of Sandy Township. Britt Creek flows through the area. Saint Louis County Roads 65 and 68 are located within the Britt area. Britt is located within the Superior National Forest. Show on map
AustinAustin is a city in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 24,718 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Mower County. The town was originally settled along the Cedar River and it has two man-made lakes called East Side Lake and Mill Pond. The town was named for Austin R. Nichols, the first settler in the area. Austin has been named one of the \"Top 10 Affordable Small Towns Where You'd Actually Want to Live,\" as well as one of the \"Best Small Cities in America\" for 2015. Show on map
EmmavilleEmmaville is an unincorporated community in Hubbard County, Minnesota, United States, half way between Park Rapids and Lake George. The community is located at the junction of Hubbard County Roads 4 and 24. Emmaville is located within Clay Township and Lake Emma Township. Local business establishments include a gas station, convenience store, and cafe. It is also well traveled by snowmobilers in the winter because of its location near the trails, including the Heartland State Trail. It is well known as the last stop before entering Camp Wilderness, a Boy Scout summer camp. Show on map
ClovertonCloverton is an unincorporated community in New Dosey Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located east of Sandstone; at the junction of Cloverton Road (Pine County 31) and Rutabaga Road (County 32). The Gandy Dancer Trail passes through Cloverton. Hay Creek and the Upper Tamarack River are both nearby. Cloverton is located near the Minnesota–Wisconsin state line. Nearby places in Minnesota include Markville, Kingsdale, and Duxbury. Nearby places in Wisconsin include Cozy Corner, Dairyland, and Danbury. Show on map
Brooklyn CenterBrooklyn Center is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The city is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River on the northwest border of Minneapolis. The population was 30,104 at the 2010 census. Brooklyn Center is one of the original inner-ring suburbs of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. Show on map
SuomiSuomi is an unincorporated community in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northeast of Deer River; along Itasca County Road 48 (CR 48). Nearby places include Marcell, Deer River, and Cohasset. State Highways 6 (MN 6) and 38 (MN 38); and County Road 19 are also nearby. The center of Suomi is generally considered at the junction of Itasca County Roads 48 and 253. Little Bowstring Lake and the Bowstring River are in the vicinity. Suomi is located 13 miles northeast of Deer River; and 27 miles northwest of Grand Rapids. Suomi is 12 miles south of Marcell. Show on map
PittPitt is a ghost town in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, United States. Population of 6. The community is located west of Baudette on Minnesota State Highway 11 at the intersection with Lake of the Woods County Road 6. A post office was in operation in Pitt from 1903 to 1993. Pitt had a station on the Canadian Pacific railway line, but it has since been removed and is now only a whistle stop. The only building visible by public road in Pitt is a boarded-up general store advertising \"knives and wild rice\" that closed in the 1990s, which was the original home of Pitt's very first settlers Herbert and Mamie Sanborn in 1901. It was moved from west of the bridge in Pitt to its current location and later became a grocery store. It is the only early 1900s building left standing. Little eviden Show on map
Ball ClubBall Club is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. As of the 2010 census, its population was 342. Ball Club is located between Grand Rapids and Cass Lake. The center of Ball Club is generally considered at the junction of U.S. Highway 2 and Itasca County Road 39. Ball Club is located 21 miles west of Grand Rapids. The Mississippi River surrounds Ball Club on both the East and West side of the community. The boundary line between Itasca and Cass counties is in the vicinity. Show on map
LakevilleLakeville /ˈleɪkvɪl/ is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. It is a suburb of Minneapolis, approximately 23 miles (37 km) south of the larger city's downtown. On the Twin Cities metropolitan area's southern fringe, Lakeville is one of the fastest-growing cities in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area. The U.S. Census Bureau recorded its population at 55,954 in 2010. Show on map
AlexandriaAlexandria is a city and the county seat of Douglas County, Minnesota. First settled in 1858, it was named after brothers Alexander and William Kinkead from Maryland. The form of the name alludes to Alexandria, Egypt, a center of learning and civilization. The population was 11,070 as of the 2010 census. Alexandria is located near Interstate 94, along Minnesota State Highways 27 and 29. Lake Carlos State Park is ten miles north of Alexandria. In 2013, Alexandria was picked as a \"Top 10 Best Small Town\" by the Livability website. The city is often abbreviated as \"Alex\" (pronounced \"Alek\"). Show on map
RadiumRadium is a ghost town in section 19 of Comstock Township, Marshall County, Minnesota, United States. It was built alongside the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad (Soo Line Railroad) branch line built in 1905 from Thief River Falls, Minnesota, to Kenmare, North Dakota. (This line still operates under the aegis of the Northern Plains Railroad.) The place was named for the element radium. Radium had its own post office from 1905 to 1984. Since 1984, Radium has been served by the post office in Warren. It is also on the Warren telephone exchange and part of the Warren-Alvarado-Oslo school district. The townsite is being slowly reclaimed for use as farmland. There is still a large grain elevator on the railroad line south of the townsite. A small Lutheran church 1 1⁄2 miles s Show on map
Detroit LakesDetroit Lakes is a city in the State of Minnesota and the county seat of Becker County. The population was 8,569 at the 2010 census. Its unofficial population during summer months is much higher, estimated by citizens to peak at 13,000 midsummer, due to seasonal residents and tourists. Detroit Lakes is a regional summer and winter recreation destination, attracting large amounts of tourists and seasonal residents each year. Its economy is fueled by seasonal population increases, with tourism being the area's chief industry along with agriculture. Show on map
KingsdaleKingsdale is an unincorporated community in New Dosey Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located east of Askov; at the junction of Pine County Road 31, Kingsdale Road, and Belden Road. Rutabaga Road (Pine County 32) is also nearby. Hay Creek flows through the community. The Nemadji State Forest is nearby. The Gandy Dancer Trail passes through Kingsdale. Kingsdale is located near the Minnesota–Wisconsin state line. Nearby places in Minnesota include Cloverton, Markville, and Duxbury. Nearby places in Wisconsin include Dairyland, Moose Junction, and Cozy Corner. Show on map
Cannon FallsCannon Falls is a city in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,083 at the 2010 census. Located along U.S. Route 52 to the southeast of the Twin Cities, Cannon Falls may be best known as the home of Pachyderm Studio, where many famous musicians have recorded their music. Nirvana is probably the best known band to use the site. The group recorded In Utero at the studio. Show on map
MarkvilleMarkville is an unincorporated community in Arna Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States, located along the Saint Croix River. The community is located east of Sandstone at the junction of Pine County Roads 31 and 25 (Markville Road). Markville is located within ZIP code 55072 based in Sandstone. The Upper Tamarack River flows through the community. The Saint Croix State Forest is nearby. The Gandy Dancer Trail passes through Markville. Markville is located 28 miles east of Sandstone and 39 miles east–northeast of Hinckley. Show on map
Le SueurLe Sueur is a city in Le Sueur and Sibley counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota, between Mankato and the Twin Cities. It lies along the Minnesota River and U.S. Highway 169. Le Sueur was named in honor of the French explorer Pierre-Charles Le Sueur. The population was 4,058 at the 2010 census. Show on map
SoudanSoudan is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Breitung Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 446. The community is located immediately east of the city of Tower on State Highway 1 (MN 1) and State Highway 169 (MN 169). It is the home of McKinley Park, a park and campground operated by Breitung Township, named in honor of former President of the United States, William McKinley, who was in office from 1897 to 1901. Although it is unincorporated, Soudan has a post office, with the ZIP code of 55782. Show on map
CoatesCoates is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota located west of the Upper Mississippi River on the exurban fringe in central Dakota County. U.S. Highway 52 connects north to the city of Saint Paul, while County Road 46 draws east–west to nearby suburban cities. The population was 161 at the 2010 census. It is named for Civil War Captain Henry C. Coates who served in the 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. Show on map
Cherry GroveCherry Grove is an unincorporated community in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 9 miles south of Wykoff, at the junction of Fillmore County 5 and 160th Street. Forestville Mystery Cave State Park is nearby. U.S. Highway 63 and Fillmore County 14 are both in the vicinity. Cherry Grove is located along the boundary line between York Township and Forestville Township. Nearby places include Spring Valley, Ostrander, Etna, Wykoff, Greenleafton, Preston, and Harmony. The South Branch Root River is nearby. Show on map
Little FallsLittle Falls is a city in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States, near the geographic center of the state. Established in 1848, Little Falls is one of the oldest cities in Minnesota. It is the county seat of Morrison County. The population was 8,343 at the 2010 census. Little Falls is the location of the boyhood home of Charles Lindbergh. Just across from the home is Charles A. Lindbergh State Park, named after Lindbergh's father, prominent Minnesota lawyer and U.S. Congressman Charles August Lindbergh. Show on map
HastingsHastings is a city in Dakota and Washington counties, in the U.S. state of Minnesota, near the confluence of the Mississippi, Vermillion, and St. Croix Rivers. Its population was 22,172 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dakota County, which contains most of it as well as a small part extending into Washington County. It is named for the first elected governor of the state of Minnesota, Henry Hastings Sibley. U.S. Highway 61 and Minnesota State Highways 55 and 316 are three of the main routes in Hastings. Show on map
International FallsInternational Falls is a city in and the county seat of Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 6,424 at the 2010 census. International Falls is located on the Rainy River directly across from Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. The two cities are connected by the Fort Frances – International Falls International Bridge. Voyageurs National Park is located 11 miles east of International Falls. There is a major U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port of Entry on the International Falls side of the toll bridge, and a Canadian Customs entry point on the north side of the bridge. Show on map
IngerInger is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States, along the Bowstring River of the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. As of the 2010 census, its population was 212. The center of Inger is generally considered at the junction of Itasca County Roads 35 and 146. State Highway 46 (MN 46) is also in the vicinity. Inger is located 22 miles northwest of Deer River. Located 9 miles south of Inger is the Winnibigoshish Lake Dam, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
PinetopPinetop is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Pine Island State Forest. The community is located east of Mizpah; and south of Gemmell; along Koochiching County Road 6 (CR 6). County Roads 12 and 25; and State Highway 1 (MN 1) are also nearby. The center of Pinetop is generally considered near the intersection of Koochiching County Road 6 and Town Road 379. Caldwell Brook and Pancake Creek both flow through the community. ZIP codes 56660 (Mizpah) and 56661 (Northome) meet at Pinetop. Show on map
OrthOrth is an unincorporated community in Nore Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located in the northwest corner of the county. The community is located southwest of Northome; along Itasca County Road 30. The North Cormorant River is in the vicinity. U.S. Highway 71 and State Highway 46 (MN 46) are both nearby. Nearby places include Bergville, Northome, Houpt, Funkley, Blackduck, and Alvwood. Show on map
CuyunaCuyuna (/kaɪˈjuːnə/ ky-EW-nə) is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 332 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. The city lies immediately south of its namesake, the Cuyuna iron range, a line of iron-bearing hills in central Minnesota. Cuyuna was one of the mining towns along the range, part of a list including Crosby, Ironton, Trommald, and Manganese. The Cuyuna iron range saw its heyday in the first half of the 20th century, and mining on the range ceased in 1984. The local economy is now dependent upon tourism from mountain bikers. Cuyuna has been declared to have the best trail systems in Minnesota as of 2014. The Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area now encompasses some of the range. Show on map
EskoEsko is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Thomson Township, Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 1,869. The community is located between Cloquet and Duluth at the junction of Interstate 35 and County Road 1 (Thomson Road). Esko is located six miles east (northeast) of the city of Cloquet; and 16 miles southwest of the city of Duluth. Carlton County Road 61 serves as a main route in the community. Show on map
OakdaleOakdale is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States, is a suburb of Saint Paul and is on the eastern side of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. The population was 27,378 at the 2010 census. Oakdale is the 32nd largest city in Minnesota, in terms of population. Oakdale lies entirely within the North St. Paul–Maplewood–Oakdale school district, but the city's students are split into two high schools. Tartan High School is located within the city's boundaries, and serves the southern half of Oakdale. The city's northern residents are served by North High School in North St. Paul. Show on map
TerrebonneTerrebonne is a former townsite on the Clearwater River in Terrebonne Township, Red Lake County, Minnesota, United States. In 1901, the village of Terrebonne was the site of a thriving flour mill, a cheese factory, a blacksmith shop, a general store and an \"eating place\", the latter operated by Mrs. Lajeunesse, in addition to a number of residences. In 1920, it was reported to have as many as 119 residents. The St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, founded in the spring of 1879, was closed in 2000, and burned down on April 29th, 2016. The other establishments of the town have long since disappeared. The flour mill burned down in 1915, was rebuilt, and burned down for good on July 4, 1954. The area was settled by farmers primarily of French-Canadian descent, and remains at the center of an@en . Show on map
DuxburyDuxbury is an unincorporated community in Wilma Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located east of Sandstone at the junction of Pine County Roads 24, 30, and 141 (Duxbury Road). Nearby places include Askov, Sandstone, Bruno, Cloverton, and Markville. Duxbury is located 17 miles east of Sandstone; and 18 miles southeast of Bruno. Duxbury is 28 miles east–northeast of Hinckley; and 15 miles northwest of Danbury, Wisconsin. Local business establishments include the historic Duxbury Store, consisting of a general store and cafe. The Gandy Dancer Trail is also nearby. Show on map
Grand MaraisGrand Marais is a city in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,351 at the 2010 census. It is also the county seat and sole municipality of Cook County. Grand Marais is French for \"Great Marsh,\" referring to a marsh which in early fur-trading times was 20 acres (8.1 ha) or less in area, nearly at the level of Lake Superior, and situated at the head of the little bay and harbor that led to the settlement of the village there. Another small bay on the east, less protected from storms, is separated from the harbor by a slight projecting point and a short beach. The Ojibwe name for the area is Gichi-biitoobiig, which means \"great duplicate water,\" \"parallel body of water\" or \"double body of water\" (like a bayou), a reference to the two bays which form the large harbor off Show on map
Mission CreekMission Creek is an unincorporated community in Mission Creek Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Hinckley and Beroun along Pine County 61. The center of Mission Creek is generally considered at the junction of Pine County 61 with Tie Road, and Railroad Lane; located in the northern portion of Mission Creek Township (population 635). Mission Creek flows through the area. Also nearby is the junction of Interstate 35, State Highway 23 (MN 23), and Pine County 61; just south of Hinckley at the Mora exit. Show on map
Bear RiverBear River is an unincorporated community in Itasca and Saint Louis counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The community is located 24 miles west of Cook at the intersection of County Road 22 and County Road 916 (Saint Louis–Itasca Judicial Road). Bear River is located 31 miles east of Effie. The Bear River, a tributary of the Sturgeon River, flows through the community. Saint Louis County Highway 5 and Minnesota State Highway 65 are both nearby. Bear River is 26 miles north of Chisholm; and 31 miles north of Hibbing. The communities of Togo, Celina, and Side Lake are nearby. Show on map
BrimsonBrimson is an unincorporated community in Ault Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 44 miles northeast of the city of Duluth, near the intersection of Saint Louis County Highway 44 and County Road 547 (Brimson Road). Brimson is located 27 miles northwest of the city of Two Harbors. Indian Lake and the Cloquet River are both in the vicinity. The boundary line between Saint Louis and Lake counties is nearby. Brimson is located within the Cloquet Valley State Forest in Saint Louis County. The Superior National Forest is also in the vicinity. Show on map
CoinCoin is an unincorporated community in Brunswick Township, Kanabec County, Minnesota, United States. Kanabec County Road 4 (103rd Avenue) and Kanabec County Road 16 (King Road) are two of the main routes in the community. Nearby places include Braham, Mora, Brunswick, Lewis Lake, Stanchfield, and Cranberry Wildlife Management Area. ZIP codes 55006 (Braham) and 55051 (Mora) meet near Coin. Stanchfield Brook–Ties Creek flows through the community. State Highway 65 (MN 65) is nearby. The boundary line between Kanabec and Isanti counties is near Coin. Show on map
RosemountRosemount is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States, in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. The population was 21,874 at the 2010 census. Rosemount was established as a township in 1858 and incorporated as a city in 1972, encompassing the old village of Rosemount and Pine Bend. According to the city's website, there was some debate over whether to name the township Saratoga or Rosemount, with the latter finally being chosen to reflect the town's Irish heritage, and to remain in keeping with the name given to the post office a few years earlier. Rosemount is home to the Pine Bend Refinery, which is the largest oil refinery in Minnesota and the 14th-largest in the United States. Rosemount was also home to a military gunpowder plant in the 1940s called Gopher Ordnance Works. Show on map
GoodlandGoodland is an unincorporated community in Goodland Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located east–southeast of Grand Rapids at the junction of Itasca County Roads 16 and 20; and State Highway 65 (MN 65). The boundary line between Itasca and Saint Louis counties is nearby. Nearby places include Pengilly, Swan River, Warba, Wawina, and Silica. Goodland is located 6 miles north of Swan River; and 12 miles south of Pengilly. Goodland is 19 miles east–southeast of Grand Rapids; and 22 miles southwest of Hibbing. Goodland has a post office with ZIP code 55742. Show on map
Cass LakeCass Lake is a city in Cass County, Minnesota, United States, located within the boundaries of the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. It is surrounded by Pike Bay Township. Cass Lake had a population of 770 in the 2010 census. It is notable as the headquarters location of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe and Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, as well as the Chippewa National Forest. The city is located on the shore of its namesake Cass Lake, which was named in honor of Michigan Governor Lewis Cass. Show on map
OttawaOttawa is an unincorporated community in Ottawa Township, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located south of Le Sueur at the junction of Le Sueur County Roads 23 and 36 (Ottawa Road). The Minnesota River and Cherry Creek meet at Ottawa. State Highway 112 (MN 112) is also in the immediate area. Ottawa is located within ZIP code 56058 based in Le Sueur. Nearby places include Le Sueur, Kasota, St. Henry, Le Center, Cleveland, St. Peter, the Ottawa Bluffs Nature Preserve, and Ottawa Wildlife Management Area. Show on map
North OaksNorth Oaks is an affluent suburb 10 miles (16 km) north of Saint Paul in Ramsey County in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 4,469 at the 2010 census. Formerly a gated community that now posts private access signage, all land is owned by homeowners with the North Oaks Home Owners Association maintaining all roads, plowing, parks, facilities, and recreation trails. Each homeowner's property extends halfway into the street. There is also a city government with a Mayor and City Council that administers basic services such as fire, police, planning, and licensing. The city owns no property. The Metropolitan Council has jurisdiction over the city's comprehensive plan within Minneapolis-Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Show on map
Spencer BrookSpencer Brook is an unincorporated community in Spencer Brook Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. Isanti County Roads 7 and 40 are two of the main routes in the community. Spencer Brook is located between Bradford and Princeton. The Rum River and Spencer Brook both flow through the community. Show on map
Cottage GroveCottage Grove /ˌkɒtᵻdʒ ˈɡroʊv/ is a city located 10 miles (16 km) south of Saint Paul in Washington County in the State of Minnesota. The city lies on the north bank of the Mississippi River, north of the confluence with the Saint Croix River. Cottage Grove and nearby suburbs form the southeast portion of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. The population of Cottage Grove was 34,589 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Elko New MarketElko New Market is a city in Scott County in the State of Minnesota from a merger of bordering cities Elko and New Market in 2006. The population was 4,110 at the 2010 census. Served by Interstate 35 and Scott County Road 2, the city contains one public school Eagle View Elementary, and is primarily known for Elko Speedway. The New Market Hotel and Store is on the National Register of Historic Places. New Market contains a marker for the Big Woods of south–central Minnesota. Show on map
Four CornersFour Corners is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located 10 miles northwest of the city of Duluth at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and Saint Louis County Road 13 (Midway Road). Four Corners is more commonly known in the present day as the Pike Lake business district of Canosia Township. State Highway 194 (MN 194) and Martin Road (County Road 9) are also near Four Corners – Pike Lake business district. Show on map
Union HillUnion Hill is an unincorporated community in Le Sueur and Scott counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The community is located four miles west of New Prague at the junction of State Highway 19 (MN 19), County Road 31 (201st Avenue), and Church Avenue. Nearby places also include Heidelberg, Henderson, and Belle Plaine. The West Branch of Raven Stream flows through the community. The community is present primarily due to the 1867 founding of St. John the Evangelist (Roman Catholic) Church. Show on map
TofteTofte is an unincorporated community in Tofte Township, Cook County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Tofte is located 27 miles southwest of the city of Grand Marais; and 56 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors. Minnesota Highway 61 and Cook County Road 2 (Sawbill Trail) are two of the main routes in the community. Tofte is located within the Superior National Forest. Temperance River State Park, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail, the Superior Hiking Trail, and the Carlton Peak Lookout are all nearby. Show on map
Prior LakePrior Lake is a city 20 miles (32 km) southwest of downtown Minneapolis seated next to Savage and Shakopee in Scott County in the state of Minnesota. Surrounding the shores of Lower and Upper Prior Lake, the city lies south of the Minnesota River in an area known as South of the River and establishes the urban fringe of the south-southwest portion of Minneapolis-St. Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States. The population of Prior Lake was 22,796 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Section ThirtySection Thirty is an unincorporated community in Fall Lake Township, Lake County, Minnesota, United States; located four miles east of Ely; and two miles southeast of Winton. It takes its name from the survey section of the survey township in which it is located. The center of Section Thirty is generally considered at the intersection of Lake County Road 17 (Thirteen Corners Road) and Lake County Road 16 (Section Thirty Road / Kawishiwi Trail). Minnesota State Highway 169 is nearby. Garden Lake and White Iron Lake are in the vicinity. Show on map
ArnoldArnold is a former census-designated place (CDP), which was located in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The census-designated place of Arnold was located entirely within the former Rice Lake Township, adjacent to the north side of the city of Duluth. Rice Lake Township was incorporated as the city of Rice Lake on October 22, 2015, thus rendering the census-designated place of Arnold to no longer exist. Show on map
WildwoodWildwood is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Pine Island State Forest. The community is located between Northome and Effie; near the junction of State Highway 1 (MN 1) and County Road 27. The boundary line between Koochiching and Itasca counties is nearby. Wildwood is located within ZIP code 56661 based in Northome. Wildwood is located along the boundary line between South Koochiching Unorganized Territory and Northome Unorganized Territory. Caldwell Brook flows through the community. Show on map
CulverCulver is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 27 miles northwest of the city of Duluth. The center of Culver is generally considered at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 7 (CR 7) and County Road 8 (CR 8), which is also the boundary line between Culver Township and Industrial Township. The unincorporated community of Culver also extends into the southern portion of New Independence Township. The Artichoke River flows through the community. South Ridge School is located in Culver. Show on map
PomroyPomroy is an unincorporated community in Pomroy Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located north of Wirt at the junction of Itasca County Roads 27 and 31. The boundary line between Itasca and Koochiching counties is nearby. Nearby places include Grattan, Wirt, Dora Lake, and Northome. Pomroy is located 6 miles north of Wirt; and 17 miles east–southeast of Northome. Pomroy is 24 miles west of Bigfork; and 43 miles northwest of Deer River. ZIP codes 56661 (Northome) and 56688 (Wirt) meet near Pomroy. Show on map
Dora LakeDora Lake is an unincorporated community in Kinghurst Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Chippewa National Forest. The community is located near Wirt at the junction of Itasca County Roads 29 and 145. Nearby places include Northome, Wirt, Max, and Alvwood. Dora Lake is located 20 miles southeast of Northome; and 22 miles west of Bigfork. Dora Lake is 24 miles east of Blackduck; and 41 miles northwest of Deer River. The Bowstring River is nearby. Show on map
PellandPelland is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located along the Rainy River. The community is located southwest of International Falls at the junction of U.S. Highway 71 (U.S. 71) and State Highway 11 (MN 11). Pelland is located within Rainy Lake Unorganized Territory. Nearby places include International Falls, Littlefork, and Loman. Pelland is located 11 miles southwest of International Falls; and 8 miles north of Littlefork. ZIP codes 56649 (International Falls), 56653 (Littlefork), and 56654 (Loman) all meet near Pelland. Show on map
Arden HillsArden Hills is a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 9,552 at the 2010 census. Bethel University and Seminary is located in the city of Arden Hills. Also, the campus of University of Northwestern – St. Paul straddles the Arden Hills – Roseville border. The headquarters of Land O'Lakes and Catholic United Financial, a fraternal benefit society, are located there as well. Show on map
BassettBassett is an unincorporated community in Bassett Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Superior National Forest. The community is located 23 miles southeast of the city of Hoyt Lakes on Saint Louis County Highway 16. CR 16 serves as a direct east–west route in northeast Minnesota between U.S. Highway 53 and Silver Bay. Bassett is located 34 miles northwest of the city of Two Harbors. The boundary line between Saint Louis and Lake counties is near Bassett. Hall Road and Round Lake Road are both in the vicinity. Show on map
Grand PortageGrand Portage is an unorganized territory in Cook County, Minnesota, on Lake Superior, at the northeast corner of the state near the border with northwestern Ontario. The population was 565 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated community of Grand Portage and the Grand Portage Indian Reservation are both located within Grand Portage Unorganized Territory of Cook County. Show on map
Forest LakeForest Lake is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. It is twenty-seven miles northeast of Saint Paul. The population was 18,375 at the 2010 census. It is located on one of Minnesota's 100 largest lakes. The lake serves as the source of the Sunrise River. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 and 61 are three of the main routes in the community. Show on map
BemidjiBemidji (/bəˈmɪdʒiː/ bə-MIJ-ee) is a city in Beltrami County (and county seat), in north west Minnesota, United States. With a population of 13,431 at the 2010 census, it is the largest commercial center between Grand Forks, North Dakota and Duluth, Minnesota. Bemidji houses many Native American services, which includes the Indian Health Service. The city is the central hub of the Red Lake Indian Reservation, White Earth Indian Reservation and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Bemidji lies on the south west shore of Lake Bemidji, the northernmost lake feeding the Mississippi River and as such is deemed \"the first city on the Mississippi.\" Bemidji is also called the \"curling capital\" of the U.S. Show on map
RosyRosy is an unincorporated community in Third River Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northwest of Squaw Lake; near the junction of Itasca County Roads 32, 33, and 141 (8 Mile Road). Nearby places include Dunbar, Alvwood, Squaw Lake, Max, Northome, and Blackduck. Rosy is located 8 miles northwest of Squaw Lake; and 16 miles south of Northome. Rosy is 16 miles east–southeast of Blackduck; and 36 miles northwest of Deer River. Rosy is located within the Chippewa National Forest and the Blackduck State Forest. Show on map
North MankatoNorth Mankato is a city in Nicollet and Blue Earth counties in the State of Minnesota. The population was 13,394 at the 2010 census. While most of the city is in Nicollet County, it extends into Blue Earth County a small amount as well. It is neighbored to the south across the Minnesota River by Mankato. The two cities have a combined population of over 54,000. North Mankato is the smaller of the two principal cities of the Mankato-North Mankato Metropolitan Statistical Area, a metropolitan area that covers Blue Earth and Nicollet counties. North Mankato was incorporated as a village in 1898. Show on map
Pine CityPine City is a city in Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,127 at the 2010 census. Pine City is the county seat of, and the largest city in, Pine County. The Initiative Foundation named Pine City \"Outstanding Community\" of 2009 and the NAMM Foundation identified it as one of the \"Best Communities for Music Education in America\" for 2010, 2011 and 2012. Show on map
AlvwoodAlvwood is an unincorporated community in Alvwood Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Deer River and Northome at the junction of State Highway 46 (MN 46) and Itasca County Road 13. County Road 29 is also in the vicinity. The Popple River flows through the area. Nearby places include Squaw Lake, Max, Bergville, Northome, and Blackduck. Alvwood is located 9 miles northwest of Squaw Lake; and 37 miles northwest of Deer River. Alvwood is 13 miles east of Blackduck; and 10 miles south of Northome. Show on map
GreenleaftonGreenleafton is an unincorporated community in York Township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located southwest of Preston, at the junction of Fillmore County Roads 9 and 20. County Road 14 is also nearby. Greenleafton is located in the northeast corner of York Township. Nearby places include Cherry Grove, Preston, Spring Valley, and Harmony. Greenleafton is located 11 miles southwest of Preston, and 16 miles southeast of Spring Valley. Greenleafton is 13 miles west–northwest of Harmony. Canfield Creek flows through the area. Show on map
Zumbro FallsZumbro Falls is a city along the Zumbro River in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 207 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 63 and Minnesota 60 intersect in Zumbro Falls. The original settlement on the south side of the Zumbro River dates back to 1857. A grist-mill dam built in 1866 created the falls for which the town is named. Numerous floods have swept away all but a few traces of the dam. Frequent flooding and a tornado prompted relocation to the north of the river. A railroad arrived in the relocated settlement in 1881. The city was incorporated in 1898. Show on map
White RockWhite Rock is an unincorporated community in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The center of White Rock is generally considered at the junction of County 1 Boulevard and County 8 Boulevard. White Rock Trail and County 7 Boulevard are also in the immediate area. White Rock is located within Belle Creek Township and Vasa Township. Belle Creek flows through the community. ZIP codes 55009 (Cannon Falls) and 55027 (Goodhue) meet near White Rock. Show on map
CedarCedar is a neighborhood of Oak Grove, Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. It was formally absorbed into the city of Oak Grove in 1993. Nearby places include the city of East Bethel. Cedar is located along Cedar Drive, on the south side of Viking Boulevard (Anoka County 22). Cedar Creek flows nearby. Local businesses had included a cheese factory, still extant, and a station along the former Great Northern Railway. The neighborhood of Cedar is still distinct and identifiable, and signs mark its location, but it has officially been absorbed into the city of Oak Grove. Show on map
BrookstonBrookston is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located along the Saint Louis River, opposite the mouth of the Artichoke River. The population was 141 at the 2010 census. Brookston is located 27 miles west of the city of Duluth and 17 miles northwest of the city of Cloquet. U.S. Highway 2 and Saint Louis County Road 31 (CR 31) are two of the main routes in Brookston. The city of Brookston is located within Culver Township geographically but is a separate entity. Brookston is politically independent of the township. Show on map
RogersRogers is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 8,597 at the 2010 census. However, the population increased to over 11,000 upon the annexing of surrounding Hassan Township in 2012. The population of Hassan Township was 2,600 in 2010, giving the current city a population base of 11,197 as of the census. The center of population of Minnesota is located in Rogers . The city is a northwest suburb of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area. Show on map
BerounBeroun is an unincorporated community in Mission Creek Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. Interstate 35 and Pine County Roads 14 and 61 are three of the main routes in the community. Interstate 35 runs north–south, and County Road 14 (Beroun Crossing Road) runs east–west. Beroun is located between Hinckley and Pine City. A post office called Beroun was established in 1895, and remained in operation until 1993. The community was founded by Czech immigrants, who named it after the town of Beroun in the Czech Republic. Beroun was a station on the Northern Pacific Railroad. Show on map
WithrowWithrow is a neighborhood of Grant, Washington County, Minnesota, United States. It was formally absorbed into the city of Grant in 1996. Nearby places include the city of Hugo and May Township. The center of Withrow is generally considered at the intersection of Keystone Avenue North, Keats Avenue North, and 119th Street North. It was named for early settler Thomas Withrow. Withrow Elementary School, part of the Stillwater Area School District, I.S.D. #834, is located nearby. Local business establishments include Sal's Angus Grill, and the Withrow Ballroom and Event Center. Show on map
South TroySouth Troy is an unincorporated community in Zumbro Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. It is located on U.S. Highway 63 about 13 miles north of Rochester. Nearby places include Hammond, Zumbro Falls, Mazeppa, Potsdam, and Oronoco. Wabasha County Roads 7 and 11 are nearby. Show on map
LindfordLindford is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located west of Littlefork at the intersection of County Roads 1 and 13. Lindford is located along the boundary line between Rainy Lake Unorganized Territory and Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory. Nearby places include Littlefork, Loman, and Pelland. Lindford is located 11 miles west of Littlefork; and 13 miles south of Loman. Lindford is 28 miles southwest of International Falls. Show on map
FremontFremont is an unincorporated community in Fremont Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Winona County Road 29, near its junction with County Road 6, two miles south–southwest of Interstate 90. Nearby places include Utica, Lewiston, St. Charles, Peterson, and Troy. Fremont contains the town hall for Fremont Township, and a general store which appears much as it did when it was built in 1856. It also has an old creamery building and a historic school. Show on map
NodineNodine is an unincorporated community in New Hartford Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Winona County Road 12 and the Apple Blossom Scenic Drive, one mile south of Interstate 90. County Roads 5 and 16 are also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Winona, Dakota, Dresbach, Donehower, Ridgeway, Pine Creek, and La Crescent. Nodine is located within the Richard J. Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest, and the driftless area of southeast Minnesota. Great River Bluffs State Park is nearby. Show on map
AngoraAngora is an unincorporated community in Angora Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 6 miles south of Cook at the intersection of State Highway 1 (MN 1) and Saint Louis County Road 430 (Burghardt Road). U.S. Highway 53 is nearby. County Road 952 (Tee Road) is also in the area. The unincorporated community of Angora is located within Angora Township (population 249). The communities of Sherman Corner and Idington are also nearby. The Rice River, a tributary of the Little Fork River, flows through the community. Show on map
Pine CreekPine Creek is an unincorporated community in Houston and Winona counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The community is located along Houston County Road 6 near its junction with Creamery Road. Pine Creek flows through the community. Nearby places include La Crescent, Dresbach, Dakota, Nodine, Pleasant Hill Township, and Mound Prairie Township. Pine Creek is located within La Crescent Township in Houston County; and also located within New Hartford Township in Winona County. The community is located in section 2 of La Crescent Township, and also located in section 35 of New Hartford Township. Show on map
StantonStanton is an unincorporated community in Stanton Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The center of Stanton is generally considered near the junction of State Highway 19 (MN 19) and State Highway 56 (MN 56). Nearby places include Northfield, Dennison, Randolph, and Cannon Falls. Stanton is located seven miles east of Northfield. Stanton is six miles north–northeast of Dennison; and seven miles west–southwest of Cannon Falls. ZIP codes 55009 (Cannon Falls), 55018 (Dennison), and 55057 (Northfield) all meet near Stanton. Show on map
Maple SpringsMaple Springs is an unincorporated community in Pepin Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States, along the Mississippi River and Lake Pepin. The Mississippi River and King Creek meet at Maple Springs. The community is located between Lake City and Wabasha along U.S. Highway 61 at the intersection with 247th Avenue. Nearby places include Lake City, Wabasha, Camp Lacupolis, and Reads Landing. Local businesses include a fishing resort along Lake Pepin. Show on map
EvelethEveleth is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,718 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 and State Highway 37 (MN 37) are two of the main routes in Eveleth. The city briefly entered the national news in October 2002 when U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone, along with seven others, died in a plane crash, two miles away from the airport of Eveleth. It was also the site of the conflict that resulted in the court case Jenson v. Eveleth Taconite Co., and the film North Country, which was based on it. Eveleth is home of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. Show on map
SunburgSunburg is a city in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 100 at the 2010 census. The community is famous for its celebration of its Norwegian-American heritage. The local Sunburg Creamery Cafe serves Norwegian dishes including Klub and Lutefisk. Hope Lutheran Church and Sunburg Community Bible Church are in the city, as well as several smaller Lutheran congregations within a few miles. Despite its small size, Sunburg has several businesses including Skindelien hardware, a gas station, N & J's grocery store, Lake Region bank, Jorgenson's auto dealership, and the aforementioned Sunburg Creamery cafe. Sunburg also has a baseball team. Show on map
CentralCentral is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located in the northwest corner of the county; along the Rainy River. The community is located between International Falls and Baudette on State Highway 11 (MN 11). Central is located within Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory. Central is located 12 miles east of Baudette; and 56 miles west of International Falls. Central is 13 miles west of Birchdale. Central is located within ZIP code 56623 based in Baudette. A post office had operated in the community of Central from 1909 to 1928. Show on map
LandfallLandfall is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 686 at the 2010 census and is the smallest community in Washington County in terms of area. It lies on the eastern shore of Tanner's Lake on Interstate 94. Landfall is an incorporation of a manufactured home community, contributing to its reputation as the most affordable community in the Twin Cities. In 2008 and 2010, the city was named one of the 100 best communities for young people by America's Promise. Show on map
Saint AnthonySt. Anthony, also known as Saint Anthony Village, is a city in Hennepin and Ramsey counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. At the 2010 census the population was 8,226, of whom 5,156 lived in the larger Hennepin County part of the city and 3,070 in the Ramsey County part. The city is run by a five-member council consisting of a mayor and four council members who serve four-year terms. Show on map
ToimiToimi is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 31 miles north of the city of Two Harbors at the intersection of Lake County Highway 15 and Lake County Road 151 (Etelainen Road). Toimi is located 29 miles west of Silver Bay, and 27 miles southeast of Hoyt Lakes. The boundary line between Lake and Saint Louis counties is nearby. Toimi is located within the Superior National Forest, and also located within Lake No. 2 Unorganized Territory of Lake County. Store Creek flows through the community. Lake County Highway 2 is in the area. Show on map
WawinaWawina is an unincorporated community in Wawina Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Grand Rapids and Floodwood at the junction of U.S. Highway 2 and Itasca County Road 25. Nearby places include Floodwood, Swan River, Warba, Jacobson, and Goodland. Wawina is located 13 miles northwest of Floodwood. Wawina is also located 23 miles southeast of Grand Rapids; and 53 miles northwest of Duluth. The boundary line between Itasca, Saint Louis, and Aitkin counties is nearby. The community of Wawina is located within Wawina Township (population 77). Show on map
LongvilleLongville is a city in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 156 at the 2010 census. The city was named after its founder Jim Long. The town is roughly 4 hours north of the Twin Cities. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. Minnesota State Highway 84 serves as a main route in the community, and Minnesota State Highway 200 is nearby. Longville is a popular summer tourist destination and services the many cabins on the nearby lakes of Long Lake and the much larger Woman Lake. The population in the winter is under 200 permanent residents, but swells to over 5,000 in the summer when the cabin dwellers are included. Show on map
Little MaraisLittle Marais is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States; located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The community is located northeast of Silver Bay at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 61 and Lake County Road 6 (Little Marais Road). Little Marais is located 39 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors; and 44 miles southwest of the city of Grand Marais. The community was originally known as Philips Trading Post. Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center is nearby. The boundary line between Cook and Lake counties is also nearby. Show on map
WirtWirt is an unincorporated community in Wirt Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Chippewa National Forest. The community is located 16 miles northwest of Talmoon at the junction of Itasca County Roads 29 and 31. County Road 14 is also nearby. Nearby places include Dora Lake, Max, Spring Lake, and Alvwood. Wirt is located 17 miles west of Bigfork; and 25 miles southeast of Northome. Wirt is 16 miles east of Alvwood; and 36 miles north of Deer River. Wirt has a post office with ZIP code 56688. Show on map
Pine IslandPine Island is a city in Goodhue and Olmsted counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Most of Pine Island is located within Goodhue County, but a small part extends into Olmsted County, making that small portion part of the Rochester metropolitan area. The city's population was 3,263 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Browns ValleyBrowns Valley is a city in Traverse County, Minnesota, United States, adjacent to the South Dakota border. The population was 589 at the 2010 census. Browns Valley lies along the Little Minnesota River between the northern end of Big Stone Lake and the southern end of Lake Traverse, which is separated from the Little Minnesota River by a low and narrow continental divide that skirts the northern edge of town. The city, both lakes, and the river lie in the Traverse Gap, the bed of ancient, south-flowing Glacial River Warren, the outlet to Glacial Lake Agassiz which, when drained, became the valley of the north-flowing Red River of the North. Show on map
ClaybankClaybank is an unincorporated community in Goodhue Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of County 6 Boulevard and 350th Street. State Highway 58 (MN 58) is nearby. Nearby communities include Goodhue, Ryan, White Rock, Vasa, Belvidere Mills, and Hay Creek. Show on map
MoorheadMoorhead is a city in Clay County, Minnesota, United States, and the largest city in northwest Minnesota. The population was 42,005 according to the 2015 United States Census estimates. It is the county seat of Clay County. Show on map
MinnetristaMinnetrista is a city in Hennepin county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The name Minnetrista is said to owe its origin to the Dakota language, in which minne means \"water\" and trista means \"crooked.\" The city is generally rural and still has material agricultural activity, involving corn, beans, hay and horses. The city can be described as on or near the boundary between the suburbs and rural areas, and it faces pressure in favor of and against development. Local politics often involve that question. The population was 6,384 at the 2010 census. Crown College is situated along Minnetrista's southern boundary in nearby St. Bonifacius. Show on map
WeberWeber is an unincorporated community in Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Isanti County Road 12 (Jodrell Street NE) and Isanti County Road 47 (279th Avenue NE). Weber is located within Oxford Township and North Branch Township. The North Branch of the Sunrise River flows from west to east, a quarter mile north of Weber. Nearby places include North Branch, Stacy, Isanti, and Cambridge. Show on map
HawleyHawley is a town in Clay County, Minnesota, United States, along the Buffalo River. The population was 2,067 at the 2010 census. The town went through six quick name changes after 1871 until, in 1872, it was finally named after Thomas Hawley Canfield, an officer in the Northern Pacific Railway, which laid out the town. General Custer visited the town in 1876. In 2007, the town started an ad campaign called \"Hawley Would\" (a homophonic play on words of \"Hollywood\"). The campaign focuses on both the small-town atmosphere of Hawley and its proximity to the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area; Hawley is 22 miles from downtown Fargo. Show on map
DaytonDayton is a city in Hennepin and Wright counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 4,671 at the 2010 census. Dayton is mainly located within Hennepin County, but a part of the city extends into Wright County as well. It is the northernmost city in Hennepin County. Show on map
VeseliVeseli is an unincorporated community in Wheatland Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The community was named after Veselí, in the Czech Republic (South Bohemia). The community is located along Rice County Road 6 (50th Street West) near its junction with Jackson Avenue. State Highway 19 (MN 19) is also in the immediate area. Veseli is located within ZIP code 55046 based in Lonsdale. Nearby places include Lonsdale, New Prague, Elko New Market, and Webster. Show on map
TalmoonTalmoon is an unincorporated community in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Deer River and Big Falls at the junction of State Highways 6 (MN 6) and 286 (MN 286); and Itasca County Road 4 (CR 4). Talmoon is located along the boundary line between Lake Jessie Township and Marcell Township. Little Turtle Lake is in the vicinity. The community is located within the Chippewa National Forest; and is home to the \"oldest bar\" in Minnesota, located at Hayslip's Corner. Show on map
DunbarDunbar is an unincorporated community in Good Hope Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northwest of Squaw Lake at the junction of Itasca County Roads 32 and 149. State Highway 46 (MN 46) is nearby. Nearby places include Max, Squaw Lake, Alvwood, Northome, and Blackduck. Dunbar is located 5 miles northwest of Squaw Lake; and 18 miles south of Northome. Dunbar is 20 miles east–southeast of Blackduck; and 33 miles northwest of Deer River. Show on map
Columbia HeightsColumbia Heights is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 19,496 at the 2010 census. Minnesota State Highways 47 (University Avenue) and 65 (Central Avenue) are two of the main routes in the city. Show on map
HugoHugo /ˈhjuːɡoʊ/ is a commuter town 21 miles (34 km) north of downtown Saint Paul in Washington County in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 13,332 at the 2010 census. The city lies north of White Bear Lake on the border of the metropolitan boundary. Hugo and nearby suburbs comprise the northeast portion of Minneapolis-St. Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Show on map
HibbingHibbing is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 16,361 at the 2010 census. The city was built on the rich iron ore of the Mesabi Iron Range. At the edge of town is the largest open-pit iron mine in the world, the Hull–Rust–Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine. U.S. Highway 169, State Highway 37, State Highway 73, Howard Street, and 1st Avenue are five of the main routes in Hibbing. The Range Regional Airport offers daily commercial flights between Hibbing and Minneapolis, as well as hosting many private pilots and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources fire fighting aircraft. Show on map
Angle InletAngle Inlet is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in Angle Township, Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, United States. Its population was 60 as of the 2010 census. The community is part of the Northwest Angle, the only place in the contiguous United States north of the 49th parallel; it is the northernmost census-designated place in the contiguous United States, The French built Fort Saint Charles nearby in 1732. By road, one must enter the community by first driving through the southeastern-most tip of Manitoba. Show on map
AlbornAlborn is an unincorporated community in Alborn Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community of Alborn is located 29 miles northwest of the city of Duluth; and 5 miles west of U.S. 53 at Independence. Nearby places include Prosit, Culver, Burnett, Brookston, and Independence. The center of Alborn is generally considered at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 7 (CR 7) and County Highway 47 (CR 47); located in the eastern portion of Alborn Township (population 460). The Artichoke River flows through the community. Show on map
River JunctionRiver Junction is an unincorporated community in Houston County in the U.S. state of Minnesota, located immediately north of the city of La Crescent on the west bank of the Mississippi River. River Junction takes its name from a railroad station of the Milwaukee Road (now Canadian Pacific) railroad. That station was located at the junction of two railway lines; the main line from Chicago and Milwaukee to La Crosse and thence across the Mississippi River to River Junction and north along the west bank of the river to St. Paul, and the line running south along the west side of the river to Iowa and points south. Show on map
RenoReno is an unincorporated community in Crooked Creek Township, Houston County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between La Crescent, Minnesota and New Albin, Iowa on State Highway 26 (MN 26). Reno is located near the junction of Highway 26 and Houston County Road 249. Clear Creek and Crooked Creek both flow through the community, with the Mississippi River located nearby. Show on map
CordovaCordova is an unincorporated community in Cordova Township, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Le Sueur County Road 2, near its junction with Le Sueur County Road 5 at Gorman Lake. County Roads 7 and 11 are also in the immediate area. The Little Cannon River is nearby. Cordova had a post office from 1857 to 1907. It was platted on September 28, 1867, and incorporated on February 27, 1878, but has since returned to being an unincorporated community within Cordova Township. Show on map
CressonCresson is an unincorporated community (Class Code U6) located in Pipestone County, Minnesota at latitude 44.111 and longitude -96.435 (Cresson Panoramio Photos). The elevation is 1,673 feet. Cresson appears on the Elkton SW U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
HinckleyHinckley is a city in Pine County, Minnesota, United States, located at the junction of Interstate 35 and Minnesota State Highway 48. The population was 1,800 at the 2010 census. Hinckley's name in the Ojibwe language is Gaa-zhiigwanaabikokaag, meaning \"the place abundant with grindstones\" due to being located along the Grindstone River. Portions of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation are located within and adjacent to Hinckley. On September 1, 1894, the Great Hinckley Fire killed more than 400 people. Show on map
GloryGlory is an unincorporated community in Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along 360th Avenue near Aitkin County Road 12 (Deer Street). 280th Street is also in the immediate area. Glory is located within Nordland Township and Wealthwood Township. Nearby places include Aitkin and Glen. State Highway 47 (MN 47) and Aitkin County Road 28 are both nearby. Glory is four miles north of Mille Lacs Lake. Show on map
AftonAfton is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,886 at the 2010 census. It is located on a small bay where Valley Creek empties into the St. Croix River several miles north of the confluence with the Mississippi River. Show on map
FloodwoodFloodwood is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Population was 528 at the 2010 census. Originally a logging community, it was a dairy community for most of its history, but could now be best described as a bedroom community, since most of its working population finds employment in nearby Duluth, Grand Rapids, Hibbing and Cloquet. The city describes itself as \"The Catfish Capital of the World\", a nickname it gave to itself following the introduction of the community's annual Catfish Days festival. Show on map
HilltopHilltop is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 744 at the 2010 census. The city is a small enclave within the city of Columbia Heights and consists of 16 city blocks. Minnesota State Highway 65 (Central Avenue) serves as a main route, running on the town's eastern edge. Show on map
HovlandHovland is an unincorporated community in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located on Chicago Bay of the North Shore of Lake Superior. Hovland is located 18 miles northeast of the city of Grand Marais; and 16 miles southwest of Grand Portage. Minnesota Highway 61 and Cook County Road 16 (Arrowhead Trail) are two of the main routes in the community. Hovland is located within the Grand Portage State Forest; and was (until 2004) the location of a Minnesota Forest Service Ranger Station. Judge C. R. Magney State Park and the Naniboujou Club Lodge are both located near Hovland. Show on map
ElyEly (/ˈiːli/ EE-lee) is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,460 at the 2010 census. It is located on the Vermilion Iron Range, and is historically home to several iron ore mines. Today the city of Ely is best known as a popular entry point for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness; the International Wolf Center, and the North American Bear Center. The main street of Ely is lined with outfitters, outdoor clothing stores, and restaurants. State Highway 1 (MN 1), State Highway 169 (MN 169) and County Road 21 (Central Avenue) are the main routes in Ely. Show on map
DalboDalbo is an unincorporated community in Dalbo Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. Isanti County Roads 3 and 13; and State Highway 47 (MN 47) are three of the main routes in the community. Nearby places include Cambridge, Pine Brook, Wyanett, Lewis Lake, Ogilvie, and Dalbo Wildlife Management Area. Stanchfield Creek flows through the community. Dalbo is thought to be named in honor of immigrants from Dalarna, Sweden, it is more likely that Dalbo is named for the place of the same name in Dalsland, Sweden. Dalbo has definite immigrant ties to both Venjan and Älvdalen, in Dalarna. Show on map
BethanyBethany is an unincorporated community in Norton Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Winona County Road 20, near its junction with County Road 27. County Road 33 is also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Altura, Utica, Lewiston, and Rollingstone. Bethany was organized in 1867, and developed when the former Chicago Great Western Railroad came in 1889; it was platted in 1891 for the Winona Southwestern Improvement Company. Bethany had a post office from 1890 to 1920. It is named for the former Bethanian Moravian Church in the community. Show on map
Belvidere MillsBelvidere Mills is an unincorporated community in Belvidere Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of County 2 Boulevard and County 3 Boulevard. State Highway 58 (MN 58) and County Road 9 are also nearby. Wells Creek and Clear Creek both flow through the community. Nearby places include Goodhue, Red Wing, Frontenac, Bellechester, and Lake City. Belvidere Mills is located in sections 4 and 5 of Belvidere Township. ZIP codes 55027 (Goodhue) and 55066 (Red Wing) meet near Belvidere Mills. The community had a post office from 1877 to 1905. Show on map
BakerBaker is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Clay County, Minnesota, United States. It lies roughly halfway between the cities of Sabin and Barnesville. As of the 2010 census, its population was 55. Baker, a railway village was named for Lester H. Baker, a farmer who moved on to the state of Washington. The village was first settled in 1879, and the Great Northern Railway came in 1880. The first building was built in 1883 by John Erikson to store grain. The railroad in 1903 requested that the post office name be changed from Navan to Baker, to honor Lester Baker. Show on map
BuyckBuyck is an unincorporated community in Portage Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 16 miles east of Orr at the junction of Saint Louis County Road 23 (Orr–Buyck Road) and County Road 24 (Crane Lake Road). Buyck is also located 34 miles northeast of Cook. Buyck is located on the edge of the Kabetogama State Forest. The Vermilion River flows through the community. A post office called Buyck was established in 1913, and remained in operation until 1963. The community was named for Charles Buyck, an early settler and afterward county official. Show on map
BeeBee is an unincorporated community in Wilmington Township, Houston County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Bee Hill Drive and Oakland Drive. Bee Creek–Waterloo Creek flows through the community. Nearby places in Minnesota include Spring Grove, Wilmington, Caledonia, and Eitzen. Nearby places in Iowa include Dorchester and Waterloo Creek Wildlife Management Area. First named Bergen, Bee had a post office from 1891 to 1905. At one time, Bee had a flour mill, a store, a creamery, and a station on the former Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Show on map
East Grand ForksEast Grand Forks (also known as EGF) is a city in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 8,601 at the 2010 Census, making it the largest community in Polk County. It is located in the Red River Valley region along the eastern bank of the Red River of the North, directly across from the larger city of Grand Forks, North Dakota. The cities of Grand Forks and East Grand Forks form the center of the Grand Forks, ND–MN Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is often called Greater Grand Forks. The metropolitan area had an estimated population of 102,449 on July 1, 2015. Show on map
Iron JunctionIron Junction is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 86 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highway 7 and Iron Junction Road serve as main routes in the community. State Highway 37 (MN 37) is nearby. The name Iron Junction, as a place of residence, is seldom used today by its residents. Those who reside in this community simply identify themselves as a resident of Iron. The road signs posted in the community also simply read \"Iron\". The city of Iron Junction (Iron) is located within Clinton Township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
WorthingtonWorthington is a city and county seat of Nobles County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 12,764 at the 2010 census. The city's site was first settled in the 1870s as Okabena Station on a line of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway, later the Chicago and North Western Railway (now part of the Union Pacific Railroad) where steam engines would take on water from adjacent Lake Okabena. More people entered along with one A.P. Miller of Toledo, Ohio, under a firm called the National Colony Organization. Miller named the new city after his wife's maiden name. Show on map
Ball BluffBall Bluff is an unincorporated community in Ball Bluff Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Jacobson and McGregor along State Highway 65 (MN 65). The Mississippi River flows nearby. Nearby places include Jacobson, Swan River, Libby, and Palisade. Ball Bluff is 10 miles south of Swan River, and 26 miles north of McGregor. The center of Ball Bluff is generally considered at the junction of Highway 65 and 650th Lane / Carmel Church Road. The community is located within the Savanna State Forest in the northeast portion of Aitkin County. Show on map
New UlmNew Ulm is a city in Brown County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 13,522 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Brown County. Located in the triangle of land formed by the confluence of the Minnesota River and the Cottonwood River, the city is home to the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame, the Hermann Heights Monument, Martin Luther College, Flandrau State Park, and the August Schell Brewing Company. New Ulm is the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of New Ulm. U.S. Highway 14 and Minnesota State Highways 15 and 68 are three of the main routes in the city. Show on map
BergvilleBergville is an unincorporated community in Ardenhurst Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Chippewa National Forest. The community is located between Deer River and Northome at the junction of State Highway 46 (MN 46) and Itasca County Road 31. Nearby places include Northome, Alvwood, Squaw Lake, and Blackduck. Bergville is located 6 miles south of Northome; and 41 miles northwest of Deer River. Bergville is 13 miles northwest of Squaw Lake; and 17 miles northeast of Blackduck. The boundary line between Itasca and Koochiching counties is nearby. Show on map
NisswaNisswa (/ˈnɪswə/ NISS-wə) is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,971 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. The city is near Gull Lake. This city is well known as a tourist destination due to its many unique stores including Stonehouse Coffee, a coffee shop and cafe that roasts beans in the store, as well as Adirondack Coffee, the first gourmet coffee shop in central Minnesota, an ice cream parlor and candy shop, The Chocolate Ox, and Zaiser's shoe store. The Paul Bunyan Bike trail runs through Nisswa. Show on map
KassonKasson is a city in Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 5,931 at the 2010 census. The city is located 13 miles (21 km) west of Rochester, Minnesota along U.S. Highway 14 and is one of the endpoints of Minnesota State Highway 57. The Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad's main freight rail line also runs through the city. Kasson shares a school system with nearby Mantorville, Minnesota (the \"K–M Komets\"). The K–M school system is a member of the Zumbro Education school district (ZED). Kasson is part of the Rochester, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
MarcellMarcell is an unincorporated community in Marcell Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. Minnesota State Highways 38 and 286 are two of the main routes in the community. Marcell is located 28 miles north of Grand Rapids. The community is located within the Chippewa National Forest. Nearby places include Bigfork, Talmoon, Bowstring, Deer River, and Effie. Despite its unincorporated status, Marcell appears on most more detailed maps of Minnesota due to the presence of several locally important businesses and the lack of larger communities in the surrounding area. Show on map
BlackberryBlackberry is an unincorporated community in Blackberry Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Grand Rapids and Floodwood at the junction of U.S. Highway 2 (U.S. 2) and Itasca County Road 71 (CR 71). Nearby places include Grand Rapids, La Prairie, Gunn, Coleraine, Bovey, and Warba. Blackberry is located 7 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. ZIP codes 55744 (Grand Rapids) and 55709 (Bovey) meet at Blackberry. The Mississippi River is in the vicinity. The community of Blackberry is located within Blackberry Township (population 880). Show on map
ArthydeArthyde is an unincorporated community in Millward Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northeast of McGrath, at the junction of Kestrel Avenue and 230th Lane. Aitkin County Road 2 (220th Street) is nearby. Nearby places include Pliny, McGrath, Ellson, Denham, Sturgeon Lake, and Willow River. Arthyde is 16 miles northeast of McGrath, and 15 miles west of Willow River. The boundary line between Aitkin and Pine counties is nearby. The community is located on the edge of the Solana State Forest in the southeast portion of Aitkin County. Show on map
Elk RiverElk River is a city in Sherburne County, Minnesota, United States, about 34 miles northwest of Minneapolis. It is situated at the confluence of the Mississippi and Elk Rivers. The population was 22,974 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat. The city's population exceeded 20,000 as of 2005. U.S. Highways 10 and 169 and State Highway 101 are three of the main routes in Elk River, and a station on the Northstar Commuter Rail line to downtown Minneapolis is located in the city. Elk River is located 33 miles northwest of Minneapolis and 37 miles southeast of St. Cloud. Show on map
EricsburgEricsburg is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located southeast of International Falls at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and County Road 98. Ericsburg is located within Rainy Lake Unorganized Territory. Nearby places include International Falls, Ray, and Kabetogama. Ericsburg is located nine miles southeast of International Falls; and 15 miles northwest of Kabetogama. The Rat Root River flows through the community. ZIP codes 56669 (Ray / Kabetogama) and 56649 (International Falls) meet near Ericsburg. Show on map
KroschelKroschel is an unincorporated community in Kanabec County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Kanabec County Road 5 (330th Avenue) and Kanabec County Road 20 (Velvet Street). Kroschel is located within Kroschel Township and Pomroy Township. The South Fork of the Grindstone River flows through the community. Nearby places include Hinckley, Brook Park, Sandstone, Friesland, Quamba, and Mora. ZIP codes 55037 (Hinckley) and 55007 (Brook Park) meet near Kroschel. The boundary line between Kanabec and Pine counties is near Kroschel. Show on map
OutingOuting is an unincorporated community in Crooked Lake Township, Cass County, Minnesota, United States, near Emily. It is situated between Roosevelt Lake and Lawrence Lake. The community is located between Crosby and Remer near the junction of State Highway 6 (MN 6) and Cass County Road 58. The Land O'Lakes State Forest and the Clint Converse campground on Washburn Lake are both nearby. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. Local volunteers Sarah Fairbanks and Jamie Prax upgraded the storm sirens for the community of Outing in November 2007. Show on map
HeatwoleHeatwole is an unincorporated community in Lynn Township, McLeod County, Minnesota, United States, southwest of Hutchinson. The community is located along McLeod County Road 18 (150th Street) near County 7. Walden Avenue is also in the immediate area. Heatwole is the home of the annual Heatwole Threshing Show every second weekend in August. The community was named for Joel Prescott Heatwole, a newspaper editor and politician, who served as mayor of Northfield, Minnesota from 1894 to 1895. Heatwole served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1895 to 1903. Show on map
Duluth HeightsDuluth Heights is one of the largest neighborhoods (in terms of area) in the city of Duluth, Minnesota, United States. Central Entrance, Arlington Avenue, and Arrowhead Road are three of the main routes in Duluth Heights. Miller Creek, Coffee Creek, Buckingham Creek, and the West Branch of Chester Creek, all flow through the Duluth Heights neighborhood. According to the city's official map, the Duluth International Airport, the Miller Hill shopping area, and the Enger Park Golf Course are all located within the boundaries of the Duluth Heights neighborhood. Show on map
Central LakesCentral Lakes is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 17 miles south of the city of Virginia at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and Saint Louis County Road 93. Central Lakes is located 45 miles north of the city of Duluth. Central Lakes is located between Cotton and Eveleth on Highway 53. Anchor Lake, Augusta Lake, Central Lake, Elliott Lake, and Murphy Lake are in the vicinity. The Anchor Lake Rest Area on Highway 53 is nearby. Local business establishments include Porky's Building Supply. Show on map
Pigeon RiverPigeon River is an unincorporated community in Cook County, Minnesota, United States; located four miles north of the community of Grand Portage. The community is situated on the banks of the Pigeon River, which serves as part of the Canada–United States border. Pigeon River is located at the intersection of Cook County Road 89 and Joe's Road. The community is near the tip of Minnesota's Arrowhead Region in the extreme northeast part of the state. Pigeon River is located within the Grand Portage Indian Reservation. The Grand Portage National Monument is nearby. Show on map
MolandMoland is an unincorporated community in Rice and Steele counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The center of Moland is generally considered near the intersection of Lamb Avenue and 270th Street E / NE 86th Street. Moland is located within Richland Township in Rice County; and also located within Merton Township in Steele County. From 1882 to 1905, the community had a post office. Moland is located within ZIP code 55946 based in Kenyon. Portions of the community used to extend into Goodhue and Dodge counties. Nearby places include Kenyon and Medford. Show on map
PinecreekPinecreek is an unincorporated community in Dieter Township, Roseau County, Minnesota, United States, near the Canada–US border. The community is located northwest of Roseau at the junction of State Highway 89 (MN 89) and Roseau County Road 3. Pinecreek is the location of Piney Pinecreek Border Airport, which straddles the Canada–US border. The community took its name from nearby Pine Creek which flows through the community. A post office called Pinecreek was established in 1896, and remained in operation until 1975. Nearby places include Roseau, Badger, and Piney, Manitoba. Show on map
BurnettBurnett is an unincorporated community in Industrial Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 25 miles northwest of the city of Duluth at the intersection of Industrial Road (County 7) and Center Line Road. State Highway 33 (MN 33) is nearby. The Cloquet River flows through the community. The communities of Alborn, Culver, Independence, and Brookston are all near Burnett. A post office called Burnett was established in 1896, and remained in operation until 1982. The community was named for a railroad official. Show on map
Blue EarthBlue Earth is a city in Faribault County, Minnesota, at the confluence of the east and west branches of the Blue Earth River. The population was 3,353 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Faribault County. It is home to a statue of the Jolly Green Giant. Additionally, Interstate Highway 90 is centered on Blue Earth, as the east and west construction teams met here in 1978. As a tribute, there is a golden stripe of concrete on the interstate near Blue Earth. This draws a parallel to the golden spike set in the first transcontinental railroad. Show on map
MarkhamMarkham is an unincorporated community in Colvin Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Biwabik and Duluth, near the intersection of County Road 4 (Vermilion Trail) and County Road 108 (Long Lake Road). Markham is located 19 miles south of the city of Biwabik; and 42 miles north of the city of Duluth. The Whiteface Reservoir and the Cloquet Valley State Forest in Saint Louis County are both located near Markham. Residents obtain mail service from the neighboring community of Makinen, ZIP code 55763. Show on map
FrazeeFrazee (/freɪˈziː/ fray-ZEE) is a city in Becker County, Minnesota, United States. It is the second most populous city in Becker County. The population was 1,350 at the 2010 census. It was named Detroit and later Third Crossing before adopting its name of Frazee. With Becker County not formally organized until 1871, it was the earliest settlement in the area. The city was officially incorporated on January 6, 1891. It was named after R. L. Frazee, owner of a sawmill. Today it is best known as the home of \"Big Tom: the World's Largest Turkey.\" Show on map
TerraceTerrace is an unincorporated community in Chippewa Falls Township, Pope County, Minnesota, United States. The community was settled in the 1870s around the Terrace Mill. In 1982 a historic district of early buildings and structures was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Terrace Historic District for having local significance under the themes of exploration/settlement and industry. It was nominated as a well-preserved example of the small communities that grew up around Minnesota's rural mills in the latter 19th century. Show on map
ByronThere are also two Byron Townships in Minnesota. Byron is a city in Olmsted County, Minnesota, United States, approximately 5 miles west of Rochester on U.S. Route 14. It is surrounded by Kalmar Township. The population was 4,914 at the 2010 census. Local industries are in the form of farm services and printing. A grain elevator is situated next to the rail line that runs through town, which is owned by the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad. Schmidt Printing (a subsidiary of Taylor Corporation) is another major company in town. Byron is also a bedroom community for nearby Rochester. Show on map
ShieldsvilleShieldsville is an unincorporated community in Shieldsville Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The center of Shieldsville is generally considered near the junction of State Highway 21 (MN 21) and Rice County Road 10 (Dodd Road). Other routes include County Roads 37, 38, and 67. Nearby places include Faribault, Kilkenny, Waterville, and Montgomery. Shieldsville is located in section 1 of Shieldsville Township. ZIP codes 55021 (Faribault), 56052 (Kilkenny), 56096 (Waterville), and 56069 (Montgomery) all meet near Shieldsville. Show on map
VinelandVineland is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation portion of Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,001 at the 2010 census. Its name in the Ojibwe language is Neyaashiing, meaning \"on the point of land\" due to its location on Indian Point (also known as University, Cormorant or Shawboshkung Point) of Mille Lacs Lake. It serves as the administrative center for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. Vineland is located within ZIP code 56359 based in Onamia. Show on map
BernadotteBernadotte is an unincorporated community in Bernadotte Township, Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States, near Lafayette. The community is located near the junction of Nicollet County Roads 1 and 10. Bernadotte is the home of Historic Marker: Bernadotte Lutheran Church and Historic Marker: Bernadotte Co-op Creamery. Bernadotte is also the home of the world's largest collection of cow-related items, amassed by local celebrity and resident Ruth Klossner. This record was officially approved by Guinness World Records on June 9, 2015. Show on map
DouglasDouglas is an unincorporated community in Olmsted County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along 75th Street NW (County 14) near its junction with County Road 3. Douglas is located within Kalmar Township and New Haven Township. Nearby places include Oronoco, Rochester, and the Douglas State Trail. The community is about two miles from the city of Rochester. It was named for Harrison Douglass, the original owner of the town site. A post office was established at Douglas in 1878, and remained in operation until 1963. Show on map
DresbachDresbach is an unincorporated community in Dresbach Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Winona and La Crosse along Interstate 90. U.S. Highways 61 and 14 are briefly co-signed with Interstate 90 at this point. Dresbach is located along the Mississippi River. Nearby places include Winona, Dakota, Nodine, La Crescent, La Crosse, Onalaska, and Great River Bluffs State Park. Local businesses include the Dresbach travel information center, and Lock and Dam No. 7 on the Mississippi River. Show on map
AnokaAnoka (/əˈnoʊkə/ ə-NOH-kə) is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota. The population was 17,142 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat. Anoka is also the\"Halloween Capital of the World\", because it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920. It continues to celebrate the holiday each year with several parades. Anoka is a northern suburb of the Twin Cities. U.S. Highways 10 / 169 and State Highway 47 are three of the main routes, and a station on the Northstar Commuter Rail line to downtown Minneapolis is located in the city. Show on map
Silver CreekSilver Creek is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Silver Creek Township, Wright County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 256. The community is located along Wright County Road 8 near 112th Street NW. Wright County Road 39 is nearby. Nearby places include Maple Lake, Annandale, Clearwater, Hasty, Monticello, and Lake Maria State Park. Silver Creek is six miles north of Maple Lake, and 21 miles south of St. Cloud. The community has a post office with ZIP code 55380. Show on map
SherburnSherburn is a city in Martin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,137 at the 2010 census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2011 population is 1,128. Interstate 90 and Minnesota State Highway 4 are two of the main arterial routes in the city. In 1988, Sherburn consolidated with neighboring Trimont and Welcome schools to form the Martin County West School District. In 1999, Sherburn combined its Police Department, with nearby Welcome. The Department is currently known as the \"Sherburn/Welcome Police Department\". Show on map
Hay CreekHay Creek is an unincorporated community in Hay Creek Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of State Highway 58 (MN 58), Hay Creek Trail, and 315th Street. Hay Creek flows through the community. Nearby places include Red Wing, Goodhue, Belvidere Mills, Frontenac, and Lake City. Hay Creek was once a station on the Chicago Great Western Railway between Red Wing and Rochester, Minnesota. The abandoned railroad right-of-way is being developed as the Goodhue Pioneer State Trail. Show on map
South Saint PaulSouth St. Paul is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, immediately south and southeast of the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is also southeast of West St. Paul, Minnesota. The population was 20,160 at the 2010 census. It is notable as one of the historic major meat packing cities in the United States. Subsequently, many residents are descendants of immigrants from Southern Europe and Eastern Europe. A post office called South St. Paul has been in operation since 1888. The city was named from its location south of St. Paul. Show on map
CraigvilleCraigville is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Koochiching State Forest. The community is located four miles north of Effie, along County Road 5. The boundary line between Itasca and Koochiching counties is nearby. Craigville is located within South Koochiching Unorganized Territory. The Big Fork River flows through the community. Craigville is also located 36 miles east of Northome. Craigville is 67 miles south of International Falls; and 55 miles west of Cook. Show on map
FrontierFrontier is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located along the Rainy River. The community is located between International Falls and Baudette on State Highway 11 (MN 11). Frontier is located within Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory. The Rainy River and Whitefish Creek meet at Frontier. Frontier is located 18 miles east of Baudette; and 50 miles west of International Falls. Frontier is 7 miles west of Birchdale. Frontier is located within ZIP code 56623 based in Baudette. Show on map
OrleansOrleans is an unincorporated community in Clow Township, Kittson County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of Kittson County Roads 1, 6, and 55. Nearby places include Humboldt, Lancaster, and Hallock. The Little Joe River flows nearby. 363rd Street and County Road 8 are also in the immediate area. A post office called Orleans was established in 1904, and remained in operation until 1984. According to Warren Upham, the community was named directly or indirectly after Orléans, in France. Show on map
MaxMax is an unincorporated community in Max Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. The community is located southeast of Squaw Lake at the junction of Itasca County Roads 4 and 34. State Highway 46 (MN 46) is nearby. Max has a post office with ZIP code 56659. Nearby places include Squaw Lake, Spring Lake, Inger, and Alvwood. Max is located 3.5 miles southeast of Squaw Lake. Max is also located 25 miles northwest of Deer River. Show on map
EpsomEpsom is an unincorporated community in Richland Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Rice County Road 26 (Larson Avenue) near its junction with 230th Street East. State Highway 60 (MN 60) is also in the immediate area. The North Fork of the Zumbro River flows through the community. Nearby places include Kenyon, Nerstrand, Faribault, Ruskin, and Moland. Epsom is located within ZIP code 55946 based in Kenyon. The boundary line between Rice and Goodhue counties is near Epsom. Show on map
SognSogn is an unincorporated community in Warsaw Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Goodhue County Roads 9 and 14. The Little Cannon River flows through the community. U.S. 52 and State Highway 56 (MN 56) are both nearby. Nearby places include Dennison, Wastedo, and Cannon Falls. Sogn is the home of the Sogn Valley Orchard. The community is also home to the Sogn Valley Craft Fair, an annual event in October. County 24 Boulevard is also in the immediate area. Show on map
HazelwoodHazelwood is an unincorporated community in Webster Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Rice County Roads 3 and 46, near Interstate 35, 15 miles north of Faribault. Dutch Creek flows through the community. Nearby places also include Lonsdale, Elko New Market, and Northfield. ZIP codes 55088 (Webster) and 55057 (Northfield) meet near Hazelwood. Hazelwood had a post office from 1857 to 1905, which was operated out of postmaster John J. McCabe's general store. Show on map
LomanLoman is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between International Falls and Baudette at the intersection of State Highway 11 (MN 11) and County Road 32 (Black River Road). Loman is located within Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory. The Rainy River and the Black River meet at Loman. Nearby places include Indus, Pelland, and Littlefork. Loman is located 21 miles west–southwest of International Falls; and 47 miles east–southeast of Baudette. Show on map
CurrieCurrie is a city in Murray County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 233 at the 2010 census. Lake Shetek State Park is nearby. The city is known as the \"Gateway to Lake Shetek\". Currie is notable for its tourism, cuisine, and recreational opportunities. It is home to Lakeside Hideaway and the End-O-Line Railroad Park & Museum in addition to being the headquarters of Schmitz Grain. Along with the census-designated area The Lakes, Minnesota, the Currie area has a population of close to 1,000 residents. Show on map
FranconiaFranconia is an unincorporated community in Franconia Township, Chisago County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located south of Taylors Falls near the junction of State Highway 95 (MN 95) and Franconia Trail. The St. Croix River is nearby. Lawrence Creek flows through the community. Nearby places include Shafer, Taylors Falls, Lindstrom, and Scandia. Franconia is home to the Franconia Sculpture Park at the intersection of Highways 8 and 95. Osceola, Wisconsin is also nearby to the south–southeast. Show on map
ElcorElcor is a ghost town, or more properly, an extinct town on the eastern end of the Mesabi Iron Range, near the city of Gilbert in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. An unincorporated community before it was abandoned, Elcor was never a neighborhood proper of the city of Gilbert; however, the area where Elcor was located was annexed by the city of Gilbert when the existing city boundaries were expanded in the late 1980s. The people of Elcor were only generally considered to be citizens of Gilbert. Show on map
Crane LakeCrane Lake is an unincorporated community in Crane Lake Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Kabetogama State Forest. The community is located 27 miles northeast of Orr, along Saint Louis County Roads 23 and 24. Crane Lake is located 45 miles northeast of Cook. The northern terminus of County Road 24 is at Crane Lake. Crane Lake is the southern entry to the Voyageurs National Park; the western entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness; and an entry into Canada. Show on map
BradfordBradford is an unincorporated community in Bradford Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located west of Cambridge and Isanti; and north of St. Francis on State Highway 47 (MN 47). The center of Bradford is generally considered at the junction of Highway 47 and Isanti County Road 40. Other routes include County Roads 5, 10, and 17. Bradford currently has a gas station, a used car lot, a few small industries, and an abandoned restaurant on the site of the former Bradford Store. Show on map
LibbyLibby is an unincorporated community in Libby Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between McGregor and Jacobson along State Highway 65 (MN 65). The Mississippi River flows nearby. Libby is located immediately northwest of Big Sandy Lake. Nearby places include Palisade, McGregor, Tamarack, Jacobson, Ball Bluff, and Savanna Portage State Park. Libby is located 13 miles north of McGregor, and 16 miles south of Jacobson. The community had a post office from 1891 to 1953. Show on map
MahtowaMahtowa is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Mahtowa Township, Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 370. The community is located between Cloquet and Moose Lake, near the junction of Interstate 35 and Carlton County Road 4. County Road 4 and County Road 61 are two of the main routes in Mahtowa. Mahtowa is located 13 miles southwest of Cloquet. Mahtowa is located 11 miles northeast of Moose Lake; and 32 miles southwest of Duluth. Show on map
LutsenLutsen is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Lutsen Township, Cook County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 190. Lutsen is located within the Superior National Forest, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It is 18 miles southwest of the city of Grand Marais; and 65 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors. Cascade River State Park and the Superior Hiking Trail are both nearby. Minnesota Highway 61 serves as a main route in the community. Show on map
Knife RiverKnife River is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States; located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The community is located between Duluth and Two Harbors on the North Shore Scenic Drive (County 61), at the mouth of the Knife River, from which it gets its name. Knife River is located 8 miles southwest of the city of Two Harbors. The boundary line between Lake and Saint Louis counties is nearby. Knife River is located within Lake No. 2 Unorganized Territory of Lake County. Show on map
TenneyTenney is an unincorporated community and former city in section 28 of Campbell Township, Wilkin County, Minnesota, United States. A post office was established there in 1887, and Tenney was incorporated as a city on November 30, 1901. The population was 5 at the 2010 census, tying Tenney with Funkley as Minnesota's least populous community. It is part of the Wahpeton, ND–MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Tenney's main economic feature is a grain elevator near its southern border. Show on map
CramerCramer is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 23 miles northeast of Silver Bay at the intersection of Lake County Road 7 (Cramer Road) and Lake County Road 8. Cramer is located 11 miles west of Schroeder. Cramer Lake, Kowalski Lake, and George H. Crosby Manitou State Park are in the vicinity. Cramer is 12 miles northeast of the community of Finland on Lake County Road 7. Cramer is located within Lake No. 1 Unorganized Territory of Lake County. Show on map
ArcolaArcola is an unincorporated community in May Township, Washington County, Minnesota, United States. Arcola is located in the southeast part of May Township along State Highway 95 (MN 95). The northeast part of Stillwater Township is also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Stillwater and Marine on St. Croix. Arcola was first settled about 1847. The John and Martin Mower House and Arcola Mill Site, around which the community was founded, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
RochesterRochester is a city in the U.S. State of Minnesota and is the county seat of Olmsted County. Rochester has consistently been ranked as one of the best places to live in the United States. Located on the Zumbro River's south fork, the city has a population of 106,769 according to the 2010 United States Census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that the 2015 population was 112,225. It is Minnesota's third-largest city and the largest city located outside of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2015, the Rochester metropolitan area has a population of 213,873. It is best known as the home of Mayo Clinic and one of IBM's largest facilities. Show on map
HaderHader is an unincorporated community in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of U.S. Highway 52, State Highway 57 (MN 57), and Goodhue County Road 8 (County 8 Boulevard). Hader is located within Leon Township and Wanamingo Township. Nearby places include Zumbrota, Wanamingo, Goodhue, Minneola Township, Belle Creek Township, and Cannon Falls. ZIP codes 55992 (Zumbrota), 55983 (Wanamingo), 55009 (Cannon Falls), and 55027 (Goodhue) all meet near Hader. Show on map
RaymondRaymond is a city in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 764 at the 2010 census. Apol's Harley Davidson draws many Harley enthusiasts from the west-central Minnesota area to its dealership. Additionally, the Hawk Creek Country Club draws golfers in the area, being the only course for miles around. Raymond High School consolidated with Clara City and Maynard High Schools in the late 1980s to create the MACCRAY (Maynard-Clara City-Raymond Independent School District). Show on map
SilverdaleSilverdale is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located in the southeast corner of the county. The community is located between Orr and Togo at the junction of State Highway 65 (MN 65) and County Road 74. Silverdale is located within ZIP code 55771 based in Orr. The boundary line between Koochiching and Saint Louis counties is nearby. The Little Fork River flows through the area. The Willow River, a tributary of the Little Fork River, is also nearby. Show on map
Sawbill LandingSawbill Landing is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States; located 10 miles northeast of Isabella. The center of Sawbill Landing is generally considered at the intersection of Sawbill Landing Road and Dumbbell Road; which is also near the boundary line between Crystal Bay Township and Stony River Township. Forest Roads 173, 174, and 369 intersect at Sawbill Landing. Sylvania Lake is in the vicinity. Sawbill Landing is located within the Superior National Forest. Show on map
Jessie LakeJessie Lake is an unincorporated community in Lake Jessie Township, Itasca County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Chippewa National Forest. The community is located between Wirt and Talmoon; along Itasca County Road 4. Nearby places include Wirt, Spring Lake, Bowstring, Talmoon, and Marcell. Jessie Lake is located 14 miles southeast of Wirt; and 2 miles west of Talmoon. Jessie Lake is 22 miles north of Deer River. Jessie Lake is located within ZIP code 56637 based in Talmoon. Show on map
WayzataWayzata (/waɪˈzɛtə/ wy-ZET-ə) is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota. It is in the western part of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metro area. The name Wayzata is derived from a Lakota Sioux phrase meaning \"North Shore\". Located on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, the city is a popular tourist destination. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,688. Wayzata has a growing economy, and Wayzata High School has been ranked by Newsweek on its list of the 1000 top public high schools in America. Show on map
Spring ParkSpring Park is a city on Lake Minnetonka in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,669 at the 2010 census. It is located on Lake Minnetonka and has over 4 miles (6.4 km) of shoreline while being less than 0.5 square miles (1 km2) in area. It was incorporated in 1951 and at that time had a population of a little over 200. Its most well known business is Lord Fletcher's, a bar and restaurant on the lake, and is the site of Presbyterian Homes Senior living complex. Show on map
CherryCherry is an unincorporated community in Cherry Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 10 miles east of the city of Hibbing at the junction of State Highway 37 (MN 37) and Saint Louis County Road 25 (CR 25). Cherry is located 12 miles west–southwest of the city of Eveleth. The West Two River flows through the community. Iron Junction and Forbes are nearby. The unincorporated community of Cherry is located within Cherry Township (population 860). Show on map
ProctorProctor is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,057 at the 2010 census. The city was established as Proctorknott in 1894, with the name coming from J. Proctor Knott, former Governor of Kentucky (1883–1887). He became famous for delivering the speech The Untold Delights of Duluth to the U.S. House of Representatives. The name of the city was shortened to Proctor in 1904. Proctor's welcome sign on U.S. Highway 2 states \"You Have a Place in Proctor\". Show on map
FernandoFernando is an unincorporated community in Round Grove Township, McLeod County, Minnesota, United States, near Stewart and Brownton. The community is located near the junction of McLeod County Roads 7 and 17. The community had a post office from 1899 to 1903. Unusually, Fernando's post office was located in the creamery, with the buttermaker, Ferdinand W. Fenske, acting as postmaster. The community was near a station along the former Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. Show on map
StarkStark is an unincorporated community in Fish Lake Township, Chisago County, Minnesota, United States. Chisago County Roads 8 and 10 are two of the main routes in the community. Nearby places include Harris, North Branch, Rush Point, and Spring Lake. Stark is located within ZIP code 55032 based in Harris. A post office called Stark was established in 1868, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1904. Lars Johan Stark, the first postmaster, gave the community its name. Show on map
MalmoMalmo is an unincorporated community and business district in Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located on the northeast corner of Mille Lacs Lake at the junction of State Highway 18, State Highway 47, and Aitkin County Road 2. Malmo is located within Malmo Township and Lakeside Township. Nearby places include Isle, Glen, Garrison, and Aitkin. The community is located 21 miles southeast of the city of Aitkin. Malmo is named after the Swedish city of Malmö. Show on map
ConceptionConception is an unincorporated community in Highland Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of Wabasha County Roads 14 and 18. Nearby places include Wabasha, Kellogg, Theilman, and Plainview. The community is located within the Richard J. Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest. The community was named for the Catholic church, the Church of the Immaculate Conception, which was built in 1866 in section 10 of Highland Township. Show on map
GrandyGrandy is an unincorporated community in Cambridge Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located immediately north of the city of Cambridge at the junction of State Highway 65 (MN 65) and Isanti County Road 6. Stanchfield and Braham are nearby. ZIP codes 55029 (Grandy), 55008 (Cambridge), and 55080 (Stanchfield) all meet near Grandy. A post office called Grandy has been in operation since 1899. Grandy was a station on the Great Northern Railroad. Show on map
PlymouthPlymouth is the seventh largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Located 15 miles (24 km) west of downtown Minneapolis in Hennepin County, the city is the third largest suburb of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, which is the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. The population was 70,576 at the 2010 Census. Once named for Medicine Lake, the city's name was chosen by Hennepin County Commissioners during the county's inception. Show on map
ViolaViola is an unincorporated community in Viola Township, Olmsted County, Minnesota, United States. It is the site of a yearly Gopher Count festival, which began in 1874. The community is located along Olmsted County Road 2 (Viola Road) near 105th Avenue NE and Center Street. State Highway 42 (MN 42) and Olmsted County Road 24 are also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Eyota, Elgin, and Rochester. The North Fork of the Whitewater River flows through the community. Show on map
RyanRyan is an unincorporated community in Belle Creek Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The center of Ryan is generally considered near the intersection of 362nd Street and 165th Avenue. County 7 Boulevard and Wheat Trail are also in the immediate area. County 7 runs north–south. Nearby County Road 9 runs east–west. Ryan is located within ZIP code 55027 based in Goodhue. Nearby places include Goodhue, Cannon Falls, White Rock, Hader, Zumbrota, and Red Wing. Show on map
Illgen CityIllgen City is an unincorporated community in Beaver Bay Township, Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northeast of the city of Silver Bay at the junction of Minnesota Highway 61 and Minnesota Highway 1, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Tettegouche State Park, the Baptism River, and the Palisade Head rock formation are all nearby. The community of Finland is also nearby. Illgen City is located 33 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors. Show on map
SchroederSchroeder is an unincorporated community in Schroeder Township, Cook County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The Cross River flows through the heart of Schroeder. Schroeder is located 30 miles southwest of the city of Grand Marais; and 53 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors. Minnesota Highway 61 serves as a main route in the community. Temperance River State Park and the Superior Hiking Trail are both nearby. Show on map
NorthcoteNorthcote is an unincorporated community in Hampden Township, Kittson County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along U.S. Highway 75 near Kittson County Road 4. Nearby places include Hallock and Lancaster. The North Branch of Two Rivers flows nearby. A post office called Northcote was established in 1881, and remained in operation until 1974. The community was named for Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh (1818-1887), a British politician. Show on map
AlmelundAlmelund is an unincorporated community in Amador Township, Chisago County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located east of North Branch at the junction of State Highway 95 (MN 95) and Chisago County Road 12 (Park Trail). Nearby places include North Branch, Center City, Sunrise, and Taylors Falls. ZIP codes 55012 (Center City), 55056 (North Branch), and 55084 (Taylors Falls) all meet near Almelund. Almelund is located 51 miles north–northeast of Minneapolis. Show on map
HuntersvilleHuntersville is an unincorporated community in Huntersville Townshop, Wadena County, Minnesota, United States, along the banks of the Crow Wing River. Huntersville has one building that provide services with food, liquor, gasoline, and a tubing service that rents tubes for tubing down the Crow Wing River. Yearly Huntersville hosts a Horse Trail riding event that brings in several people from all over to attend in riding on the trails of the Huntersville State Forest. Show on map
Reads LandingReads Landing is an unincorporated community in Pepin Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States, along the Mississippi River. The community is located between Lake City and Wabasha along U.S. Highway 61 at the junction with Wabasha County Road 77. Nearby places include Wabasha, Lake City, Camp Lacupolis, and Maple Springs. Reads Landing is located within section 24 of Pepin Township. Other nearby places include Reads Landing Park and Reads Landing Overlook. Show on map
PengillyPengilly is an unincorporated community in eastern Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. Located in the northern part of the state, the community lies in the Iron Range region at the northern end of Swan Lake. Pengilly is located between Grand Rapids and Hibbing at the junction of U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 65. The expressway section of U.S. 169 that travels between the cities of Virginia and Hibbing currently ends in the community of Pengilly. Show on map
MillersburgMillersburg is an unincorporated community in Forest Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Rice County Road 1 (Millersburg Boulevard) near its junction with Chester Avenue. Nearby places include Lonsdale, Faribault, Northfield, and Dundas. ZIP codes 55046 (Lonsdale), 55021 (Faribault), 55057 (Northfield), and 55019 (Dundas) all meet near Millersburg. Millersburg was laid out in 1857 by George W. Miller, and named for him. Show on map
WalesWales is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 18 miles north of the city of Two Harbors at the intersection of Lake County Road 14 (Wales Road) and Wickholm Road. The boundary line between Lake and Saint Louis counties is nearby. Wales is located within Lake No. 2 Unorganized Territory of Lake County. Lake County Highway 2 is in the area. The unincorporated communities of Highland and Brimson are nearby. Show on map
PenassePenasse is an unincorporated community in Angle Township, Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, United States. Penasse is located on Penasse Island in Lake of the Woods, in the northern part of Northwest Angle. Its location makes it the northernmost populated place in the contiguous United States. The community was named for Tom Penasse, an American Indian from the area; it had a post office from 1920 to 1969. The French built Fort Saint Charles nearby in 1732. Show on map
AssumptionAssumption is an unincorporated community in Carver and Sibley Counties, Minnesota, United States. The community is located eight miles east–northeast of Green Isle. Nearby places also include Hamburg, Norwood Young America, Bongards, Cologne, and Belle Plaine. The community is home to the Assumption State Wildlife Management Area. Assumption is located within Hancock Township in Carver County; and also located within Washington Lake Township in Sibley County. Show on map
Breezy PointBreezy Point is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,346 at the 2010 census. Show on map
East Gull LakeEast Gull Lake is a city in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,004 at the 2010 census. The nearest semi-urban area is that of Brainerd and Baxter. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. East Gull Lake is situated in the Brainerd Lakes Area of Central Minnesota, and takes its name from the largest lake within its borders, Gull Lake. The local airport is East Gull Lake Airport (FAA code 9Y2), a small 2-runway airport. Show on map
Forest GroveForest Grove is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States; located within the Pine Island State Forest. The community is located north of Mizpah; and west of Gemmell; along Koochiching County Road 17 (CR 17). U.S. Highway 71 and County Road 36 are also nearby. The center of Forest Grove is generally considered at the intersection of County Roads 17, 58, and 150. Forest Grove is located within ZIP code 56660 based in Mizpah. Show on map
IndusIndus is an unincorporated community in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between International Falls and Baudette on State Highway 11 (MN 11). Indus is located within Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory. County Road 83, Town Road 297, and the Rainy River are all in the vicinity. Nearby places include Birchdale, Loman, and Emo. Indus is located 30 miles west of International Falls; and 38 miles east of Baudette. Show on map
Falcon HeightsFalcon Heights is a suburb of Saint Paul and a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 5,321 at the 2010 census. It became a village in 1949 and a city in 1973. Falcon Heights is the home of the University of Minnesota's St. Paul Campus and Les Bolstad Golf Course, the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, and the Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life. Its University Grove neighborhood is known for its modern architecture. Show on map
KabetogamaKabetogama is an unincorporated community in Kabetogama Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States, located within the Kabetogama State Forest. The community is located 27 miles southeast of International Falls on Saint Louis County Roads 122 and 123. Kabetogama is located 49 miles north of Cook. U.S. Highway 53 is nearby. Voyageurs National Park is in the vicinity. The boundary line between Saint Louis and Koochiching counties is also nearby. Show on map
GheenGheen is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 25 at the 2000 census. Gheen Territory is located within the Kabetogama State Forest. The unincorporated community of Gheen is located within Gheen Territory. The unincorporated community of Gheen Corner is located along the boundary line between Willow Valley Township and Gheen Territory. U.S. Highway 53 is in the vicinity. Cook and Orr are both nearby. Show on map
CloverdaleCloverdale is an unincorporated community in Arlone Township, Pine County, Minnesota, United States. State Highway 48 (MN 48) and Pine County Road 21 are two of the main routes in the community. Cloverdale is located ten miles east of Hinckley; and 18 miles west of Danbury, Wisconsin. Bear Creek flows through the community. St. Croix State Park and St. Croix State Forest are immediately east of Cloverdale. The community was originally known as Turpville. Show on map
Cannon CityCannon City is an unincorporated community in Cannon City Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States, five miles northeast of Faribault. The community is located at the junction of Rice County Road 20 (Cannon City Boulevard) and Crystal Lake Trail. Cannon City was platted in 1855, and named after the nearby Cannon River. The community of Cannon City was the model for Metropolisville in the novel The Mystery of Metropolisville by Edward Eggleston. Show on map
FairlandFairland is an extinct town in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States, within Northwest Koochiching Unorganized Territory, south of Birchdale. It was located along Black River Road near Fiero Truck Trail. The community was first settled about 1902. It was first known as Feldman until 1912, named for an early settler. It was known as Fairland from 1912 until 1936, named after Fjaarland in Norway. The community had a post office from 1911 to 1936. Show on map
DonehowerDonehower is an unincorporated community in Richmond Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located southeast of Winona along Highways 61 and 14, near the junction with Winona County Road 3. Richmond Creek flows through the community, with the Mississippi River located nearby. Nearby places include Winona, Lamoille, Dakota, Dresbach, Nodine, and La Crescent. Great River Bluffs State Park and Interstate 90 are also nearby. Show on map
CrookstonCrookston is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is the county seat of Polk County. The population was 7,891 at the 2010 census. It is part of the \"Grand Forks, ND–MN Metropolitan Statistical Area\" or \"Greater Grand Forks\". Crookston is the episcopal seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Crookston. Since Crookston is close to the larger city of Grand Forks, North Dakota, many people who live in Crookston commute to jobs in the Grand Forks area. Show on map
BengalBengal is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located immediately southwest of the city of Hibbing (boundary line), and south of the city of Keewatin, at the intersection of Stuart Road and County Road 944. County Road 16 (CR 16) and State Highway 73 (MN 73) are both nearby. The boundary line between Saint Louis and Itasca counties is in the vicinity. The community of Silica is also nearby. Show on map
CottonCotton is an unincorporated community in Cotton Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 36 miles north of the city of Duluth at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 (U.S. 53) and Saint Louis County Road 52 (CR 52). Cotton is located 27 miles south of the city of Virginia. Cotton is generally considered the half way point between the cities of Duluth and Virginia. The Whiteface River flows through the community. Show on map
WilsonWilson is an unincorporated community in Wilson Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located at the junction of Interstate 90 and State Highway 43 (MN 43). Winona County Roads 12, 21, and 44 are also in the immediate area. Wilson had a post office from 1872 to 1928. Nearby places include Winona, Wyattville, Centerville, and Witoka. Gilmore Creek, West Burns Valley Creek, and East Burns Valley Creek all flow nearby. Show on map
SawyerSawyer is an unincorporated community in Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Carlton and Cromwell on State Highway 210 (MN 210). Sawyer is located on the southern edge of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. It serves as one of three administrative centers of the reservation. Sawyer is located 11 miles west of Cloquet; and 11 miles east of Cromwell. The communities of Big Lake and Iverson are both nearby. Show on map
EgglestonEggleston is a neighborhood of the city of Red Wing in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The center of Eggleston is generally considered at the junction of Goodhue County Roads 18 and 19. Previously, Eggleston was its own unincorporated community before it was annexed by the city of Red Wing. Nearby places include Welch Township and Miesville. Also nearby are Goose Lake, Treasure Island Resort and Casino, and the Mississippi River. Show on map
PalmdalePalmdale is an unincorporated community in Shafer Township, Chisago County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located north of Taylors Falls at the junction of State Highway 95 (MN 95) and 350th Street. Dry Creek flows through the community. Nearby places include Taylors Falls, Shafer, Center City, Almelund, North Branch, and Wild Mountain Ski Recreation Area. ZIP codes 55084 (Taylors Falls) and 55074 (Shafer) meet near Palmdale. Show on map
HopkinsHopkins is a suburban city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, located west of Minneapolis. The city is four square miles in size and is surrounded by the larger, west suburban communities of Minnetonka, Saint Louis Park, and Edina. Hopkins is about 98% developed with little remaining vacant land. The population was 17,591 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 7 are two of the main routes in the area. Show on map
HazelHazel is a small unincorporated community in Pennington County, Minnesota, United States, along the Canadian Pacific Railway. The community is only marked on county abstracts and has no postal code. Hazel is the location of a Cenex Harvest States shipping facility. A post office called Hazel was established in 1904, and remained in operation until 1954. The community was named for the abundance of hazel trees near the original town site. Show on map
KimberlyKimberly is an unincorporated community in Kimberly Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along Aitkin County Road 5 (Nature Avenue) near the junction with County Road 56 (380th Street). Nearby places include Aitkin, Rossburg, Palisade, McGregor, East Lake, and Kimberly Wildlife Management Area. The Rice River flows through the community. State Highways 47 (MN 47) and 210 (MN 210) are both nearby. Show on map
PuposkyPuposky is an unincorporated community in Durand Township, Beltrami County, Minnesota, United States. It lies at 47°41′N 94°55′W / 47.68°N 94.91°W. Puposky was officially founded on September 26, 1905. The railroad was coming through, and a Post Office also started that same year. The town is three blocks long, has a small general store, a post office (zip code 56667), a town hall, and a church (with cemetery). Show on map
GlenGlen is an unincorporated community and business district in Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located southeast of the city of Aitkin at the junction of State Highway 47 (MN 47), Aitkin County Road 12 (Deer Street), and 280th Street. Glen is located within Glen Township and Malmo Township. Nearby places include Aitkin, Malmo, Isle, Garrison, Bennettville, and Thor. Glen is five miles north of Mille Lacs Lake. Show on map
The LakesThe Lakes is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Murray County, Minnesota, United States located just north of Currie, Minnesota. The population was 667 at the 2010 census. The community is centered about Lake Shetek, the largest lake in southwestern Minnesota. The lake and the community are located in parts of four townships in Murray County, which include Lake Sarah, Shetek, Murray, and Mason Townships. Show on map
Eureka CenterEureka Center is an unincorporated community in Eureka Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. Eureka Center is located at the center of Eureka Township along Dakota County Road 80, 5 miles (8.0 km) south–southeast of Lakeville. Nearby places also include Farmington and Elko New Market. The Eureka Town Hall is located in Eureka Center. The community had a station on the former Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway. Show on map
RothsayRothsay is a city in Otter Tail and Wilkin counties in the State of Minnesota. The population was 493 at the 2010 census. One of Rothsay's major tourist attractions is the large prairie chicken statue near the northwest outskirts of the town. The Otter Tail County portion of Rothsay is part of the Fergus Falls Micropolitan Statistical Area, while the Wilkin County portion is part of the Wahpeton, ND–MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Lake GeorgeLake George is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Lake George Township, Hubbard County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 230. The community is located along U.S. Highway 71 and State Highway 200 (MN 200) near Hubbard County Road 4. Nearby places include Laporte, Park Rapids, and Itasca State Park. Lake George has a post office with ZIP code 56458, which opened in 1903. Show on map
HarneyHarney is an unincorporated community in Thomson Township, Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. It lies between Cloquet and Duluth. Harney is located 6 miles east (northeast) of the city of Cloquet; and 15 miles southwest of the city of Duluth. North Cloquet Road, Marks Road, and Harney Road are three of the main routes in Harney. Canosia Road and Carlton County Road 61 are nearby. The community of Esko is adjacent to Harney. Show on map
FridleyFridley is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 27,208 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1949 as a village and became a city in 1957. It is part of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. Fridley is a \"first ring\" or \"inner ring\" suburb in the northern part of the Twin Cities. It borders Minneapolis at its southern border. Neighboring first ring suburbs are Columbia Heights and Brooklyn Center. Show on map
WindomWindom is a city in Cottonwood County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,646 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Cottonwood County and is situated in the Coteau des Prairies. Although it is a small, rural farming community, Windom is host to several parks including a newly installed disc golf course at Mayflower Park. The Des Moines River flows through Windom and serves as a gentle, rapid-free canoeing spot. Show on map
Inver Grove HeightsInver Grove Heights is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 33,880 at the 2010 census. It is one of 186 cities and townships in the seven-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. Inver Grove Heights is 9 miles (14 km) southeast of Saint Paul; nearby communities are South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Sunfish Lake, Eagan, Newport, and Saint Paul Park (the last two across the Mississippi River). Show on map
FaribaultFaribault (/ˈfɛərboʊ/ FAIR-boh) is a city in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. It is the county seat. The population was 23,352 at the 2010 census. Faribault is approximately 50 miles (80 km) south of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Interstate 35 and Minnesota State Highways 3, 21, and 60 are four of the main routes in the community. Faribault is situated at the confluence of the Cannon and Straight Rivers in southern Minnesota. Show on map
RidgewayRidgeway is an unincorporated community in Pleasant Hill Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of Winona County Roads 11, 12, and 104. Interstate 90 and State Highway 76 (MN 76) are nearby. ZIP codes 55987 (Winona), 55943 (Houston), and 55925 (Dakota) all meet near Ridgeway. Nearby places include Winona, Houston, Dakota, Witoka, Lamoille, Nodine, and New Hartford Township. Show on map
Taconite HarborTaconite Harbor is an unincorporated community in Schroeder Township, Cook County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Taconite Harbor is located 33 miles southwest of the city of Grand Marais; and 51 miles northeast of the city of Two Harbors. Minnesota Highway 61 serves as a main route in the community. The community of Schroeder is immediately northeast of Taconite Harbor. Show on map
EdgewoodEdgewood is an unincorporated community in Isanti Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between the cities of Cambridge and Isanti at the junction of State Highway 65 (MN 65) and old Highway 65. Davenport Street is one of the main routes in the community. Florence Lake is nearby to the east. Local business establishments include a gas station. Edgewood's motto is Little pine in the middle. Show on map
MatawanMatawan is an unincorporated community in Byron Township, Waseca County, Minnesota, United States, near New Richland. The community is located near the junction of Waseca County Roads 11 and 28. The Big Cobb River and the Little Cobb River both flow nearby. A post office called Matawan was established in 1907, and remained in operation until 1972. According to Warren Upham, the community may be named after Matawan, New Jersey. Show on map
Mountain IronMountain Iron is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; in the heart of the Mesabi Range. The population was 2,869 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 serves as a main route in Mountain Iron. The city's motto is the \"Taconite Capital of the World\". The local mine, Minntac, is owned by the United States Steel Corporation (U.S. Steel). Mountain Iron is part of the Quad Cities of Virginia, Eveleth, and Gilbert. Show on map
CushingCushing is an unincorporated community in Cushing Township, Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along U.S. Highway 10 near Morrison County Road 5, Bear Road. Nearby places include Randall, Little Falls, and Motley. The community is home to a post office, a park, and two churches. The town hall for surrounding Cushing Township is located at Cushing. The BNSF Railway passes through the community. Show on map
RollagRollag is an unincorporated community in Clay County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northeast of Barnesville and south of Hawley on Minnesota State Highway 32. Rollag is home to the Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion. The event is hosted on Labor Day weekend every year. The town is also home to the 'Field of Dreams', a softball park that has a beautiful view of the rolling hills in the background. Show on map
WarsawWarsaw is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Warsaw Township, Rice County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 627. The community is located east of Morristown and west of Faribault. Warsaw is located at the junction of State Highway 60 (MN 60) and Rice County Road 13 (Farwell Avenue) on the west side of Cannon Lake. The community is located within ZIP code 55087. Show on map
McNairMcNair is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 20 miles north of the city of Two Harbors at the intersection of Lake County Highway 2 and Langley River Road, Forest Road 122. Lake County Road 203, Kane Lake Road, is nearby. McNair is located within the Superior National Forest; and also located within Lake No. 2 Unorganized Territory of Lake County. Show on map
WelcomeWelcome is a city in Martin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 686 at the 2010 census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2012 population is 678. In 1988, Welcome combined with nearby Sherburn and Trimont schools to form the Martin County West School District. In 1999, Welcome combined its Police Department, with nearby Sherburn. The Department is currently known as the \"Sherburn/Welcome Police Department\". Show on map
WaukenaboWaukenabo is an unincorporated community in Waukenabo Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States; located near Palisade. The community is located between Aitkin and Hill City at the junction of U.S. Highway 169 and 500th Lane. Aitkin County Road 3 (Grove Street / 480th Street) is nearby. Waukenabo is located within ZIP code 56469 based in Palisade. A post office previously operated in Waukenabo from 1902 to 1916. Show on map
Grand RapidsGrand Rapids is a city in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 10,869 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Itasca County. The city of Grand Rapids is named for the 3.5-mile (5.6 km) long local rapids in the Mississippi River, which was the uppermost limit of practical steamboat travel during the late 19th century. Today, those rapids are hidden underneath the dam of the Blandin Paper Mill. Show on map
Lewis LakeLewis Lake is an unincorporated community in Brunswick Township, Kanabec County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Braham and Ogilvie. Kanabec County Roads 4, 12, and 48 are three of the main routes in the community. State Highway 47 (MN 47) is nearby. ZIP codes 55006 (Braham), 56358 (Ogilvie), and 55051 (Mora) all meet near Lewis Lake. Lewis Lake is located in section 19 of Brunswick Township. Show on map
Lake ElmoLake Elmo is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 8,069 at the 2010 census. Much of the area within the city limits is still farmland, so that the city has a rural feel to it. However, the city density is likely to increase substantially over the next 15 years, due to a new city plan ordered following loss of a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Council, a regional planning authority. Show on map
MonticelloMonticello (/ˌmɒntɪˈsɛloʊ/ MONT-i-SEL-oh) is a city in located next to the Mississippi River in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 12,759 at the 2010 census. Monticello is located next to the Mississippi River at the northern edge of Wright County. Each winter, hundreds of trumpeter swans nest near Mississippi Drive Park in Monticello, as the Mississippi River is heated from warm water discharged by the Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant. Show on map
CaribouCaribou is an unincorporated community in Caribou Township, Kittson County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located northeast of Lancaster, along Kittson County Road 4, near its junction with Kittson County Road 53. Caribou is located along the Roseau River in northeast Kittson County, 1.2 miles (1.9 km) south of the Canada–United States border. Nearby places include Lancaster, Lake Bronson, Greenbush, and Badger. Show on map
ClydeClyde is an unincorporated community in Saratoga Township, Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located southeast of St. Charles, at the junction of Winona County Roads 6 and 35. Nearby places include Utica, St. Charles, Lewiston, Fremont, Saratoga, Troy, and Lanesboro. The former hall for Evergreen Masonic Lodge No. 46 was located at Clyde. The remains of the country school house are also nearby. Show on map
FoxFox is an unincorporated community in Ross Township, Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located west of Roseau at the junction of State Highway 11 (MN 11) and State Highway 89 (MN 89). Highway 308 (MN 308) is also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Roseau, Badger, Pinecreek, and Ross. Fox had a post office between 1891 and 1937. The community was named for the foxes native to the area. Show on map
NimrodNimrod is a city in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 69 at the 2010 census, making it one of the smallest incorporated towns in Minnesota, though it is included on most major maps. Nimrod was incorporated as a city in 1946. The town is named after the Biblical Nimrod. Minnesota State Highway 227 has its eastern terminus in Nimrod, having travelled 11 miles from Sebeka, the western terminus. Show on map
OsterOster is an unincorporated community in Carver and Wright Counties, Minnesota, United States. The community is located along County Road 133 (CR 133) near 118th Street SW. 16th Street is also in the immediate area. Nearby places include Waverly, Mayer, New Germany, Winsted, Montrose, and Watertown. Oster is located within Hollywood Township in Carver County; and also located within Woodland Township in Wright County. Show on map
BerneBerne is an unincorporated community in Milton Township, Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located near the junction of State Highway 57 (MN 57) and Dodge County Road 24. The Middle Fork of the Zumbro River flows nearby. The community is located north of Mantorville, west of Pine Island, east of West Concord, and south of Wanamingo. Berne is located within ZIP code 55985 based in West Concord. Show on map
Gheen CornerGheen Corner is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located between Cook and Orr at the junction of U.S. Highway 53, County Road 74 (Willow River Road), and County Road 905. Gheen Corner is located along the boundary line between Willow Valley Township and Gheen Unorganized Territory in Saint Louis County. The unincorporated community of Gheen is also nearby. Show on map
HaypointHaypoint is an unincorporated community in Macville Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States, within the Hill River State Forest. The community is located along U.S. Highway 169 near the junction with Aitkin County Road 7, 610th Street. Nearby places include Hill City, Swatara, and Waukenabo. The Willow River, a tributary of the Mississippi River, flows through the community. The Moose River is also nearby. Show on map
ForbesForbes is an unincorporated community in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 10 miles southwest of the city of Eveleth at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 7 and County Highway 16. Forbes is located along the boundary line between Clinton Township and McDavitt Township. State Highway 37 (MN 37) and U.S. Highway 53 are both nearby. The Saint Louis River is in the vicinity. Show on map
States, regions, administrative units in Minnesota
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MinnesotaMinnesota (/ˌmɪnᵻˈsoʊtə/; locally ) is a state in the Midwestern United States. Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858, created from the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory. The state has a large number of lakes, and is known by the slogan \"Land of 10,000 Lakes\". Its official motto is L'Étoile du Nord (French: Star of the North). Show on map
Anoka CountyAnoka County (/əˈnoʊkə/ ə-NOH-kə) is the fourth-most-populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 330,844. The county seat and namesake of the county is the City of Anoka, which is derived from the Dakota word anokatanhan meaning \"on (or from) both sides,\" referring to its location on the banks of the Rum River. The largest city in the county is City of Coon Rapids, the twelfth-largest city in Minnesota and the seventh-largest Twin Cities suburb. Show on map
Scott CountyScott County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 129,928. Its county seat is Shakopee. The county was organized in 1853 and named in honor of General Winfield Scott. Scott County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is a member of the Metropolitan Council, and shares many of the council's concerns about responsible growth management, advocating for progressive development concepts such as clustering, open-space design, and the preservation of open space and rural/agricultural land. Show on map
Dakota CountyDakota County is the third-most populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 398,552. The county seat is Hastings. Dakota County is named after the Dakota Sioux tribal bands who settled in the area. The name is recorded as \"Dahkotah\" in the United States Census records until 1851. Show on map
Township of OakportOakport Township is a township in Clay County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,689 at the 2000 census. In 1990, Oakport Township reached an orderly annexation agreement whereby developed portions of the Township (Tract 2) entered the city of Moorhead on January 1, 2015. Oakport residents enjoy a country lifestyle just outside the city boundaries. In recent years, new housing developments have appeared in Oakport Township, most of which were annexed into the City of Moorhead in 2015. Show on map
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux CommunityThe Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) (Dakota: Bdemayaṭo Oyate) is a federally recognized, sovereign Indian tribe of Mdewakanton Dakota people, located southwest of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, within parts of the cities of Prior Lake and Shakopee in Scott County, Minnesota. Mdewakanton means \"town of Sacred (wakan) Lake (mde)\", referring to what is now called Mille Lacs Lake. As of the 2010 census, 658 people lived on the reservation or trust land. The tribe owns and operates Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Little Six Casino, and a number of other enterprises. Show on map
Prairie Island Indian CommunityPrairie Island Indian Community (Dakota: Tinta Winta) is a Mdewakanton Sioux Indian reservation in Goodhue County, Minnesota, along the Mississippi River, in and around the city of Red Wing. It was created in 1889, with boundaries modified after that time. Much of the reservation land was lost following construction of Lock and Dam No. 3 along the river by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to improve navigation. Later, the Prairie Island Nuclear Power Plant was built nearby. The community has grabbed headlines because of the decision to store radioactive waste in above-ground steel casks. The main reservation lies within the city of Red Wing, but there are off-reservation trust lands both within Red Wing and in Welch Township in northern Goodhue County, as well as in Ravenna Townsh Show on map
Township of NevisNevis (/ˈniːvᵻs/ NEE-vis) is a city in Hubbard County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 390 at the 2010 census. Minnesota State Highway 34 serves as a main arterial route in the community. Nevis began as a railway village. A post office was established in 1899, and the village separated from Nevis Township and incorporated in 1921. The Louis J. Moser House near Nevis was constructed in the early 1900s and used as a fishing camp. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Robert G. Renner, a U.S. federal judge, was born in Nevis in 1923. Show on map
Lake of the Woods CountyLake of the Woods County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,045, making it the second-least populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is Baudette. The county was organized on November 28, 1922, though county functions did not begin until 1923. Show on map
Beltrami CountyBeltrami County (/bɛlˈtræmiː/ bel-TRAM-ee) is a county located in the northern part of the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 44,442. Its county seat is Bemidji. The county's name comes from the Italian count Giacomo Beltrami, who supposedly explored the area in 1825. The county was created in 1866 and organized in 1896. Beltrami County comprises the Bemidji, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of Hassan (historical)Hassan Township was an urban township in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. Located in the northwestern corner of the county, it was the only township in the county. The population was 2,600 at the 2010 census. The town began incorporation proceedings in 2003 but abandoned its petition and chose to sign a Joint Powers agreement with the nearby city of Rogers to annex the entirety of Hassan Township. The Hassan Town Board approved annexation in June 2008 with orderly annexation to begin in 2012. Show on map
Township of OnamiaOnamia (/oʊˈneɪmiːə/ oh-NAYM-ee-ə) is a city in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 878 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 27 are the main routes in the community. Show on map
Township of Crane LakeCrane Lake Township is a small township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The township was organized on June 18, 2002. It had a population of 82 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 24 serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated community of Crane Lake is located within Crane Lake Township. The community is notable for being the southern entry to Voyageurs National Park. Crane Lake is also a western entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and an entry into Canada. Show on map
Township of AppletonAppleton is a city in Swift County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,412 at the 2010 census. The town is home to a vacant medium-security prison, the Prairie Correctional Facility, which is wholly owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America. Appleton's economy took a huge hit when the prison closed in 2010. Show on map
Township of FloodwoodFloodwood Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 280 at the 2010 census. The township took its name from the Floodwood River. U.S. Highway 2 and State Highway 73 (MN 73) are two of the main routes in the township. U.S. Highway 2 runs roughly diagonally throughout Floodwood Township, in a northwest–southeast direction. Highway 73 runs north–south through the western portion of the township. Saint Louis County Road 8 (CR 8) runs east–west through the northern portion of the township. Show on map
Township of ClintonClinton Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Clinton Township was named for Clinton Markell, a prominent settler. The population was 1,015 at the 2010 census. State Highway 37 (MN 37) and Saint Louis County Highway 7 are two of the main routes in the township. Other routes include Iron Junction Road. The city of Iron Junction (Iron) is located within Clinton Township geographically but is a separate entity. The unincorporated communities of Keenan, Ramshaw, and Wolf are located within the township. Show on map
Stevens CountyStevens County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,726. Its county seat is Morris. The county was named for the Civil War Union general Isaac Stevens; it was named for him in 1862, seven years after a legislative clerical error denied him that honor in 1855 for what became Stearns County. In 1975, a moderate earthquake occurred within the county. Show on map
Township of Willow ValleyWillow Valley Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 126 at the 2010 census. State Highway 73 (MN 73) and Saint Louis County Road 74 (Willow River Road) are two of the main routes in the township. U.S. Highway 53 runs north–south along Willow Valley Township's eastern boundary line at the northeast side. Highway 73 passes through the southeast portion of the township. Willow River Road runs east–west through the northern portion of the township. County Road 406–Chisholm Road runs north–south through the township. Cook and Orr are both nearby. Show on map
Township of CulverCulver Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 294 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 2 serves as a main route for the township. Highway 2 runs east–west along Culver Township's southern boundary line with adjacent Stoney Brook Township. The unincorporated community of Culver, within Culver Township, is located 27 miles northwest of the city of Duluth at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 7 (CR 7) and County Road 8 (CR 8). The city of Brookston is located within Culver Township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Township of IndustrialIndustrial Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 800 at the 2010 census. State Highway 33 (MN 33) serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Industrial Road (County 7), Saginaw Road, Independence Road, and Albert Road. Highway 33 runs north–south through the township. Industrial Road (County 7) runs east–west through the middle of the township. County Road 8 runs east–west through the northern portion of the township. The unincorporated community of Burnett is located within Industrial Township. Show on map
Hennepin CountyHennepin County /ˈhɛnəpɪn kaʊnti/ is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census the population was 1,152,425. It is the most populous county in Minnesota and the 34th-most populous county in the United States; more than one in five Minnesotans live in Hennepin County. Its county seat is Minneapolis, the most populous city in the state. The county is named in honor of the 17th-century explorer Father Louis Hennepin. Hennepin County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of ClearwaterClearwater is a city in Stearns and Wright counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 1,735 at the 2010 census. Most of the city is located within Wright County. The Wright County portion of Clearwater is part of the Minneapolis–St. Paul–WI Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the small portion in Stearns County is part of the St. Cloud Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is between the Mississippi River and the Clearwater River. Interstate 94 and Minnesota State Highway 24 are its two main thoroughfares. Show on map
Township of WuoriWuori Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 572 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 and State Highway 169 (MN 169) are two of the main routes in the township. Wuori Township is located immediately north of the city of Virginia. The unincorporated community of Florenton is located within Wuori Township. Britt is nearby. Show on map
Kittson CountyKittson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota along the Canada–US border. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,552. Its county seat is Hallock. It is named after Canadian fur trader and railroad entrepreneur Norman Kittson. The county was officially organized on February 25, 1879, having been part of the Pembina District prior to that time. The county also included the western portion of what is now Roseau County until 1894. Skull Lake is Kittson County's only natural lake. Lake Bronson, for which the city of Lake Bronson takes its name, is man-made. Show on map
Township of AngoraAngora Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 249 at the 2010 census. Angora Township was named after Angora, in Turkey. U.S. Highway 53, State Highway 1 (MN 1), and Saint Louis County Road 22 are three of the main routes in the township. Highway 53 runs north–south through the township. Highway 1 runs east–west through the north–central and northeast portions of the township. County 22 runs east–west through the northwest part of the township. Show on map
Township of BassettBassett Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The township was named for William Bassett, a businessperson in the lumber industry. The population was 41 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Roads 16 and 110 are two of the main routes in the township. County Road 16 runs east–west along Bassett Township's southern boundary line with adjacent Fairbanks Township. County Road 110 runs north–south through the western portion of Bassett Township; the roadway continues north–northwest to Hoyt Lakes. Show on map
Saint Louis CountySaint Louis County (abbreviated St. Louis County) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 200,226. Its county seat is Duluth. It is the largest county by total area in Minnesota, and the largest in the United States east of the Mississippi River. Saint Louis County is included in the Duluth, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Ramsey CountyRamsey County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 508,640, making it the second-most populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is St. Paul, which is also Minnesota's state capital. The county was founded in 1849 and is named for Alexander Ramsey (W), the first governor of the Minnesota Territory. Show on map
Township of SturgeonSturgeon Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 140 at the 2010 census. State Highway 73 (MN 73) and Saint Louis County Road 22 (CR 22) are two of the main routes in the township. Highway 73 runs north–south through the township. County 22 runs east–west through the township. The unincorporated community of Sturgeon is located within Sturgeon Township. The southern portion of Sturgeon Township is located within the Superior National Forest in Saint Louis County. The Sturgeon River State Forest is also located in a portion of Sturgeon Township. Show on map
Red Lake CountyRed Lake County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,089, making it the third-least populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is Red Lake Falls. Show on map
Township of GarrisonGarrison is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States, along Mille Lacs Lake. The population was 210 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. U.S. Highway 169 and Minnesota State Highway 18 are the main routes in the community. Show on map
Township of LyndLynd is a city in Lyon County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 448 at the 2010 census. Lynd is a small but growing community in southwestern Minnesota. The development of a new golf course and an additional housing development have started a growth trend that may eventually double the size of the community. It is primarily a bedroom community for individuals who work in the nearby city of Marshall. Despite being much smaller in size, it historically played a more significant role in the area. The Kiel and Morgan Hotel in the town was the original Lyon County seat. Show on map
Township of DuluthDuluth Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,941 at the 2010 census. The township is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior. North Shore Scenic Drive (County Road 61), the Minnesota 61 Expressway (MN 61), and Homestead Road (County Road 42) are three of the main routes in the township. McQuade Road runs north–south along Duluth Township's western boundary line with adjacent Lakewood and Normanna Townships. The unincorporated communities of French River, Palmers, and Clover Valley are located within Duluth Township. Show on map
Township of New IndependenceNew Independence Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 299 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 and State Highway 33 (MN 33) are two of the main routes in the township. Other routes include Saint Louis County Highway 47 (Swan Lake Road). The unincorporated communities of Culver and Independence are located within New Independence Township. Independence is located 22 miles northwest of the city of Duluth; and 17 miles north of the city of Cloquet. South Ridge School is located within the southwest corner of the township. Show on map
Township of Perch LakePerch Lake Township is a township in Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 998 as of the 2000 census. \"Perch Lake\" is probably an English translation of the Native American name for this township's namesake lake. Big Lake Road, Twin Lakes Drive, Ditchbank Road, Mission Road, and Cary Road are five of the main routes in the township. Perch Lake Township is located immediately west of the city of Cloquet. The community of Sawyer is located immediately south of the township. Perch Lake Township is located within the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. Show on map
Township of FrankfordFrankford Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 358 at the 2000 census. The largest town located partially within the township is Grand Meadow with a population of 945 people. The eastern half of Grand Meadow is in Frankford Township and the western half is in Grand Meadow Township. All other areas of the township are unincorporated. There was a village called Frankford on Deer Creek in the far eastern part of the township near Fillmore County. It almost became the county seat but lost this distinction to Austin. Show on map
Township of CanosiaCanosia Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Canosia is a name derived from the Algonquian language meaning \"pike fish\". The population was 2,158 at the 2010 census. Midway Road (County Road 13) and Martin Road (County Road 9) are two of the main routes in the township. Other routes include Lavaque Road (County Road 48), Lavaque Bypass Road, and Old Miller Trunk Highway. U.S. Highway 53 passes briefly through the southwest corner of Canosia Township. The Pike Lake business district is located within the township. Show on map
Township of ThomsonThomson is a city in Carlton County, Minnesota, United States, located along the Saint Louis River. The population was 159 at the 2010 census. On November 5, 2013, a vote to authorize the consolidation of Thomson and nearby Carlton passed with a 95% approval. Thomson is adjacent to Jay Cooke State Park and is located on the Willard Munger State Trail. Minnesota Highway 210 and Dalles Avenue are two of the main routes in the community. Thomson is located seven miles southeast of the city of Cloquet; and 18 miles southwest of the city of Duluth. Show on map
Township of ConcordConcord Township is a township in Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 587 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Concord is located within Concord Township. The city of West Concord is located within the township geographically but is a separate entity. Concord Township was organized in 1858. A large share of the early settlers of the area were from New England, New York, and Pennsylvania. Concord Township, as well as West Concord located within the township, were both named after Concord, New Hampshire. Show on map
Township of Linden GroveLinden Grove Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 145 at the 2010 census. State Highway 1 (MN 1) and State Highway 73 (MN 73) are two of the main routes in the township. Highway 1 runs east–west through the township. Highway 73 runs north–south through the township. The unincorporated communities of Meadow Brook and Linden Grove are located within Linden Grove Township. Cook and Orr are both nearby. Linden Grove Township was named for the groves of linden trees within its borders. Show on map
Township of UlenUlen (/ˈjuːlən/ EW-lən) is a city in Clay County, Minnesota, United States, along the South Branch of the Wild Rice River. The population was 547 at the 2010 census. Near this small community, what is believed to be an authentic Viking sword known as the Ulen sword was found in a field. The sword is currently on display in a museum. Ulen is the southern terminus of the Agassiz Recreational Trail, a 53-mile multi-use trail built on an abandoned railroad grade which has its northern terminus at Crookston, Minnesota. Show on map
Clay CountyClay County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 58,999. Its county seat is Moorhead. The county's name is in honor of American statesman Henry Clay, member of the United States Senate from Kentucky and United States Secretary of State in the 19th century. The county was formed in 1862 and organized in 1872. It was originally called Breckenridge County, but changed to its current name in 1862. Clay County is part of the Fargo, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of White BearWhite Bear Township is an urban township in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 10,949 at the 2010 census. White Bear Township was organized in 1858, and named after its White Bear Lake. Over the years, the cities of White Bear Lake, Vadnais Heights, Gem Lake, and North Oaks were carved out of the township's original 36 square miles (93 km2). It now comprises four discontiguous parcels over an area of 9.3 square miles (24 km2). It is the only remaining township in Ramsey County. The unincorporated communities of Bald Eagle and Bellaire are located in the township. Show on map
Township of Great ScottGreat Scott Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 561 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 and Saint Louis County Highway 25 (CR 25) are two of the main routes in the township. Highway 169 runs east–west throughout the township. CR 25 runs north–south through the township. The cities of Buhl and Kinney are both located within Great Scott Township geographically but are separate entities. Buhl and Kinney are politically independent of the township. Show on map
Township of SandySandy Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 356 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 68, Rice River Road, and Hill Road are three of the main routes in the township. County 68 and Hill Road both run east–west through the township. Rice River Road runs north–south through the south–central portion of the township. Hulm Road passes through the northwest part of the township. Sandy Township is located within the unincorporated area of Britt. Show on map
Township of KabetogamaKabetogama Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 135 at the 2010 census. A portion of the township is located within the Kabetogama State Forest. Saint Louis County Roads 122 and 123 are two of the main routes in the township. U.S. Highway 53 is nearby. Voyageurs National Park is in the vicinity. Kabetogama Township is located along part of Kabetogama Lake. The unincorporated community of Kabetogama is located within Kabetogama Township. Show on map
Township of Stoney BrookStoney Brook Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 332 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 2 and Saint Louis County Road 31 (CR 31) are two of the main routes in the township. County Road 31 runs north–south through the township. U.S. Highway 2 runs east–west along Stoney Brook Township's northern boundary line with adjacent Culver Township. A majority of Stoney Brook Township is located within the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. Show on map
Douglas CountyDouglas County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 36,009. Its county seat is Alexandria. Douglas County was established in 1858. It is named for Stephen Douglas, of Illinois. The county was formed in 1858 and organized in 1866. Douglas County comprises the Alexandria, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Douglas County is the home of Minnesota's only wine-grape appellation, the 10,880 acres (44.0 km2) Alexandria Lakes AVA. Show on map
Stearns CountyStearns County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 150,642. Its county seat is Saint Cloud. The county was founded in 1855. It was supposed to be named after Isaac Ingalls Stevens, but a clerical error changed the name to Stearns, after Charles Thomas Stearns. Stearns County is part of the St. Cloud, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of SweetSweet Township is a township in Pipestone County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 448 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Airlie is located here one mile east of the South Dakota border. The Pipestone National Monument is also located here. The township lies just outside the city of Pipestone, adjacent to the city's western and southwestern sides. Sweet Township was incorporated in 1879, and named for Daniel E. Sweet, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Township of Grand LakeGrand Lake Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,779 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated community of Twig is located within Grand Lake Township. U.S. Highway 53 serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Industrial Road, Old Miller Trunk Highway, Munger Shaw Road, Bergstrom Road, Caribou Lake Road, and Canosia Road. Grand Lake Township is located within the unincorporated area of Saginaw. Show on map
Township of LeidingLeiding Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 400 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Orr–Buyck Road (Saint Louis County Road 23) and Nett Lake Road (also County Road 23). The unincorporated communities of Cusson and Glendale are located within Leiding Township. The city of Orr is located within Leiding Township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Benton CountyBenton County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 38,451. Its county seat is Foley. Established in 1849 and organized in 1850, the county is one of the oldest in Minnesota. Benton County was named for Thomas Hart Benton, a U.S. Senator from Missouri. Benton County is part of the St. Cloud, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of WhiteWhite Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,229 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highways 100 and 110; State Highway 135 (MN 135); and Vermilion Trail (County 4) are four of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Palo is located within White Township. The city of Aurora is located within White Township geographically but is a separate entity. Biwabik and Hoyt Lakes are nearby. Show on map
Kanabec CountyKanabec County (/kəˈneɪbᵻk/ kə-NAY-bək) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,239. Its county seat is Mora, although the original county seat was Brunswick. The county was founded on March 13, 1858 from Pine County and organized in 1882. It is named after the Ojibwe Ginebig, meaning \"Snake,\" after the Snake River — Kanabecosippi (Ginebigo-ziibi in the modern spelling) — which flows through this county. Show on map
Township of ToivolaToivola Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 170 at the 2010 census. Toivola is a name Finnish in origin. Saint Louis County Highway 5 (CR 5) serves as a main route in Toivola Township. CR 5 runs north–south through the middle of the township. County Road 52 (Arkola Road) also passes through the eastern portion of the township. The unincorporated community of Toivola is located within Toivola Township. Show on map
Wilkin CountyWilkin County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population of Wilkin County was 6,576. Its county seat is Breckenridge. The county is named for Colonel Alexander Wilkin, a lawyer who served as Minnesota’s U.S. marshal and was later killed in the Civil War. Wilkin County is part of the Wahpeton, ND–MN Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Fargo-Wahpeton, ND-MN Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of ArrowheadArrowhead Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 223 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 2 serves as a main route in the township. Highway 2 runs east–west through the middle of the township. Saint Louis County Road 8 (CR 8) runs east–west through the northern portion of the township. The east–central and southeast portions of Arrowhead Township are located within the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. Show on map
Township of CottonCotton Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 445 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated community of Cotton is located within Cotton Township. The community of Cotton is located 36 miles north of the city of Duluth at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and Saint Louis County Road 52. Cotton is located 27 miles south of the city of Virginia. Show on map
Township of Scandia ValleyScandia Valley Township is a township in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,074 at the 2000 census. According to the U. S. Census Bureau it was merged with Rail Prairie Township on 31 December 2002. The larger township reported a population of 1,191 inhabitants in the 2010 census. Scandia Valley Township was organized in 1893. The township was originally built up chiefly by Scandinavian immigrants, hence the name. Show on map
Mahnomen County'Mahnomen County (/məˈnoʊmən/ mə-NOH-mən) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,413, not including Brady because he takes up about 3 spots.. Its county seat is Mahnomen. The entire county is part of the White Earth Indian Reservation. It is the only county in Minnesota entirely within an Indian reservation. The county, along with East Polk and Becker County, are one of the biggest cattle-raising areas in the northwestern part of Minnesota. Show on map
Township of BrevatorBrevator Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,269 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 2 and State Highway 33 (MN 33) are two of the main routes in the township. Highway 2 runs east–west through the northern portion of the township. Highway 33 runs north–south through the eastern portion of the township. A portion of Brevator Township is located within the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. Show on map
Township of WaskishWaskish Township is a township in Beltrami County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 116 as of the 2000 census, primarily in the community of Waskish (pronounced wash'kish). The community is notable as the only settlement on either Upper or Lower Red Lake not within the boundaries of Red Lake Indian Reservation. It is the location of Big Bog State Recreation Area. Waskish is derived from the Ojibwe-language word meaning \"deer\". Show on map
Township of BernadotteBernadotte Township is a township in Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 346 at the 2000 census. There is an unincorporated community named Bernadotte that is located in the northern part of the township. Bernadotte Township was organized in 1869, and named for Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte, a French Jacobines leader, later French Marshal, later King Charles XIV John of Sweden and founder of the House of Bernadotte. Show on map
Township of LyleLyle Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 402 at the 2000 census. The largest city contained within the township is Lyle with 566 people. All other areas of the township are unincorporated. The township was named for Robert Lyle, an early settler from Ohio who later went on to become judge of probate and an elected representative of the region in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Show on map
Township of PortagePortage Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 170 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 23 (Orr–Buyck Road), County Road 24 (Crane Lake Road), and County Road 116 (Echo Trail) are three of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Buyck is located within Portage Township. The Vermilion River flows through the township. Crane Lake and Orr are nearby. Show on map
Township of Grove Park-TildenGrove Park-Tilden Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States which surrounds the city of Mentor. The unincorporated community of Dugdale, and the location of Tilden Junction are located within the township, and the unincorporated community of Marcoux Corner is located at the edge of the township. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 311 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Township of Deer RiverDeer River is a city in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 930 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 2 and Minnesota State Highways 6 and 46 are three of the main routes in the community. Deer River is home to the world's largest Wild Rice Festival. Possibly its greatest attribute is its proximity to several beautiful lakes, including Deer Lake, Bowstring Lake, Leech Lake, and Lake Winnibigoshish. Show on map
Township of BeattyBeatty Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Beatty Township bears the name of a family of pioneer settlers. The population was 372 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 24 (Vermilion Drive) serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated community of Wakemup is located within Beatty Township. Cook is nearby. Beatty Township is located along part of Lake Vermilion. Show on map
Township of New LondonNew London is a city in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States along the Middle Fork of the Crow River. The population was 1,251 at the 2010 census. Sibley State Park is nearby. It is named after New London, Wisconsin, chosen by Louis Larson because of the similarity he saw with his previous home there. It was incorporated April 8, 1889. The city was the temporary county seat of Kandiyohi County from 1867-1870. Show on map
Carver CountyCarver County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 91,042. Its county seat is Chaska. Carver County is named after the explorer Jonathan Carver, who in 1766-67, traveled from Boston to the Minnesota River, and wintered among the Sioux near the site of New Ulm. Carver County is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of KuglerKugler Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 175 at the 2010 census. State Highway 135 (MN 135) serves as a main route in the township. MN 135 runs north–south through the township. Wahlsten Road (Saint Louis County Road 26) runs east–west through the southern portion of the township. The unincorporated community of Wahlsten is located within Kugler Township. Show on map
Mower CountyMower County (/maʊər/) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 39,163. The county seat is Austin. The county is named after John Edward Mower. Mower County comprises the Austin, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Rochester-Austin Combined Statistical Area. Lake Louise State Park is located in the southeast part of the county near Le Roy. Show on map
Mille Lacs CountyMille Lacs County (/mᵻlˈlæks/ məl-LAKS) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 26,097. Its county seat is Milaca. The county was founded in 1857, and its boundary was expanded in 1860. Mille Lacs County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. A portion of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation is in the county. Show on map
Itasca CountyItasca County is a county located in the State of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 45,058. Its county seat is Grand Rapids. The county is named after Lake Itasca, which is in turn a shortened version the Latin words veritas caput, meaning 'truth' and 'head', a reference to the source of the Mississippi River. Portions of the Bois Forte and Leech Lake Indian reservations are in the county. Show on map
Township of UdolphoUdolpho Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 458 at the 2000 census. There are no recognized cities or towns and the whole township is an unincorporated area. Blooming Prairie is only about a quarter of a mile away in Steele County to the north. The township's name is taken from a gothic novel titled The Mysteries of Udolpho by the English author Ann Radcliffe. Show on map
Township of DalboDalbo Township is a township in Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 634 at the 2000 census. Dalbo is the only township in Isanti County to be given a Swedish name. Thought to be named in honor of the immigrants from Dalarna, Sweden it is more likely that Dalbo comes from the place of the same name in Dalsland. Dalbo has definite immigrant ties to both Venjan and Älvdalen, in Dalarna. Show on map
Township of La CrescentLa Crescent is a city in Houston and Winona counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 4,830 at the 2010 census. Most of La Crescent is located within Houston County with only a small portion in Winona County. La Crescent is known as the \"Apple Capital of Minnesota\" because John S. Harris planted the first apple trees in the midwest here and there are many orchards located near the city. Show on map
Township of NicolletNicollet is a city in Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,093 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Mankato–North Mankato Metropolitan Statistical Area. U.S. Route 14 and Minnesota State Highways 99 and 111 are the three main arterial routes in the community. Nearby Swan Lake Wildlife Management Area is one of the most significant waterfowl breeding areas in the upper Midwest. Show on map
Township of HuntersvilleHuntersville Township is a township in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 128 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated place also called Huntersville is located in this township, at the junction of County Roads 18 and 25. Most of Huntersville State Forest is located within this township as well. Huntersville Township was named on account of the area being a favorite hunting ground. Show on map
Township of WelchWelch Township is a township in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. It lies about halfway between the cities of Hastings and Red Wing and 36 miles southeast of Saint Paul. The population was 697 at the 2000 census. It is centered on the small community of Welch on the Cannon River. Like many river towns in the Driftless Area, it is situated at the base of the steep bluffs of the river valley. Show on map
Township of Young AmericaYoung America Township is a township in Carver County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 838 as of the 2000 census. Due to the presence of a major rebate-processing center, Young America Corporation, the town has more than 20 ZIP codes. 55397 is the actual delivery ZIP code for the town, whereas all ZIP codes beginning with 555 are reserved for rebate, contest, and fulfillment services. Show on map
Township of OwensOwens Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 263 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Saint Louis County Road 115, County Road 24 (Vermilion Drive), County Road 78 (Wakely Road), and Johnson Road. The city of Cook is located within Owens Township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Township of JanesvilleJanesville is a city in Waseca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,256 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 14 serves as a main route in the community, running east–west, south of Janesville. County Road 3 runs north–south through the town. There is one disabled stoplight, now a four way stop, in Janesville at the intersection of County Road 3 (Main Street) and old Highway 14. Show on map
Township of EmbarrassEmbarrass Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 607 at the 2010 census. State Highway 135 (MN 135), Saint Louis County Highway 21 (CR 21), and County Road 26 (CR 26) are three of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Embarrass is located within Embarrass Township. The township is located on the Mesabi Iron Range. Show on map
Township of FlorenceFlorence Township is a township in Goodhue County, Minnesota. The population was 1,450 at the 2000 census. A small part of the city of Lake City extends geographically within the township, but is a separate entity. The unincorporated area of Frontenac is also located within the township. Florence Township was organized in 1858, and named for Florence Graham, the daughter of a county judge. Show on map
Township of FredenbergFredenberg Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,337 at the 2010 census. Lavaque Road (County Road 48) serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Fish Lake Road, Beaver River Road, and Taft Road. Local business establishments include the Eagle's Nest Resort, the Blue Max, and Fredenberg Minno-ette Bait and Tackle. Show on map
Township of BalkanBalkan Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The township was named after the Balkan Mountains. The population was 832 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 169 and State Highway 73 (MN 73) are two of the main routes in the township. The city of Chisholm is located within the south–central portion of Balkan Township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Township of AndoverAndover Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. Andover Township was organized in 1877. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population of the township was 154 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Wilds, near the edge of Crookston, and the unincorporated community of Girard are located within Andover Township. Show on map
Township of AthensAthens is an unincorporated community in Athens Township, Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. Main routes include Isanti County Road 9 (269th Avenue NE), 261st Avenue NE, and State Highway 65 (MN 65). Nearby places include Isanti, East Bethel, Stacy, and Athens Wildlife Management Area. The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Reserve, operated by the University of Minnesota, is also nearby. Show on map
Township of Eagles NestEagles Nest Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 242 at the 2010 census. State Highway 1 (MN 1) and State Highway 169 (MN 169) serve as the main route in the township. The unincorporated community of McComber is located within Eagles Nest Township. Bear Head Lake State Park is located in the southeast portion of the township. Show on map
Todd CountyTodd County is a county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 24,895. Its county seat is Long Prairie. The county was formed in 1855 and organized in 1867. It is named after John Blair Smith Todd, who was a delegate from Dakota Territory to the United States House of Representatives, and general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Show on map
Township of Lake BentonLake Benton is a city in Lincoln County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 683 at the 2010 census. Lake Benton is also the name of the approximately seven-mile-long (11 km) lake adjacent to the city of Lake Benton. The town is on the Buffalo Ridge, and is the site for the radio tower of KKCK-FM in Marshall. The area is the site of Exelon Wind's Norgaard Wind Project. Show on map
Township of AlbornAlborn Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 460 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated communities of Alborn and Prosit are both located within Alborn Township. The community of Alborn is located 29 miles northwest of the city of Duluth at the junction of Saint Louis County Highway 7 (CR 7) and County Highway 47 (CR 47). Show on map
Township of Turtle RiverTurtle River is a city in Beltrami County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 77 at the 2010 census. The elevation is 1,332 ft (406m). It is about 17 miles northeast of Bemidji, where most community services are available. Turtle River consists of two stores, a restaurant, a gas station, and a church. There is no Post Office, those services are handled in Bemidji. Show on map
Township of McDavittMcDavitt Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 459 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highway 7 serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated communities of Sax and Zim are both located within McDavitt Township. The unincorporated community of Forbes also extends into the northern portion of the township. Show on map
Olmsted CountyOlmsted County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 144,248. Its county seat and largest city is Rochester. The county was founded in 1855 and named for David Olmsted, a member of the first territorial council and the first mayor of St. Paul. Olmsted County is part of the Rochester, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Pipestone CountyPipestone County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,596. Its county seat is Pipestone. The county was founded in 1857 and organized in 1879. The county was named for deposits of red pipestone used by Indians to make pipes. Pipestone National Monument is located in the county, just north of the town of Pipestone. Show on map
Blue Earth CountyBlue Earth County is a county located in the State of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 64,013. Its county seat is Mankato. The county is named for the Blue Earth River and for the deposits of blue-green clay once evident along the banks of the Blue Earth River. Blue Earth County is part of the Mankato–North Mankato, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Koochiching CountyKoochiching County (/ˈkuːtʃᵻtʃᵻŋ/ KOOCH-əch-əng) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,311. Its county seat is International Falls. A portion of the Bois Forte Indian Reservation is in the county. A small part of Voyageurs National Park extends into its boundary, with Lake of the Woods County to its northwest. Show on map
City of Rice LakeRice Lake is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,095 at the 2010 census. Main routes include Rice Lake Road (County Road 4) and Martin Road (County Road 9). Rice Lake Road runs north–south, and Martin Road runs east–west. Other routes include Howard Gnesen Road, Arnold Road, Calvary Road, West Tischer Road, and West Beyer Road. Show on map
Township of NorthlandNorthland Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 169 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 serves as a main route in the township. The community of Canyon is located within Northland Township. Canyon is located 27 miles north of the city of Duluth at the junction of U.S. Highway 53 and Harris Road (County Road 737). Show on map
Township of BridgewaterBridgewater Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,898 at the 2000 census. An elementary school in Northfield and a housing development in Dundas -- Bridgewater Heights—are named after the township. Both were built on land annexed from Bridgewater Township. The first settlement at Bridgewater Township was made in 1853. Show on map
Township of AldrichAldrich is a city in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States, along the Partridge River. The population was 48 at the 2010 census. The small community holds the distinction as the first permanent settlement in Wadena County and the first to establish a post office. It is also home to the first Catholic church in the area, established in 1870, as a mission church. Show on map
Goodhue CountyGoodhue County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 46,183. Its county seat is Red Wing. Nearly all of Prairie Island Indian Community is within the county. Goodhue County comprises the Red Wing, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of PrincetonPrinceton is a city in Mille Lacs and Sherburne counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota, at the confluence of the Rum River and its West branch. The city is 50 miles north of Minneapolis and 30 miles east of St. Cloud, at the intersection of Highways 169 and 95. The population was 4,698 at the 2010 census. A majority of its residents live in Mille Lacs County. Show on map
Township of RichlandRichland Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 471 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated communities of Moland and Ruskin are both partially located within the township. The unincorporated community of Epsom is located within Richland Township. The first permanent settlement at Richland Township was made in 1854. Show on map
Lac qui Parle CountyLac qui Parle County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,259. Its county seat is Madison. The name of the county is French for \"lake which talks\". A March 2011 study by the University of Wisconsin and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranked Lac qui Parle County the healthiest county in Minnesota. Show on map
Isanti CountyIsanti County (/aɪˈsæntiː/ eye-SAN-tee) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 37,816. Its county seat is Cambridge. Isanti is derived from the Dakota word meaning \"knife\" and refers to the Santee tribe. Isanti County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of TeienTeien Township is a township in Kittson County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 85 at the 2000 census. Minnesota State Highways 11 and 220 are two of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Robbin is located within Teien Township. Teien Township was organized in 1882, and named for Andrew C. Teien, an early settler. Show on map
Township of WindomWindom Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 640 at the 2000 census. The largest town in the township is Rose Creek with a population of 354 people. All other area in the township is unincorporated. After unsuccessfully trying two names, the township was named in honor of Senator William Windom of Winona. Show on map
Le Sueur CountyLe Sueur County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,703. Its county seat is Le Center. The county is named for the French explorer Pierre-Charles Le Sueur who visited the area in 1700. Le Sueur County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Washington CountyWashington County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 238,136, making it the fifth-most populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is Stillwater. The county was established in 1849. Washington County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of BenningtonBennington Township (formerly called Andover Township) is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 178 at the 2000 census. All areas and population centers of the township are unincorporated areas. It was named for Bennington, Vermont, the site of a battle in the American Revolutionary War (the Battle of Bennington). Show on map
Township of RussiaRussia Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population of the township was 33 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Greenview is located within Russia Township. Russia Township was organized in 1882, and named after the county of Russia. Show on map
Brown CountyBrown County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 25,893. Its county seat is New Ulm. The county was formed in 1855 and organized in 1856. Brown County comprises the New Ulm, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Mankato-New Ulm-North Mankato, MN Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Pennington CountyPennington County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,930. Its county seat is Thief River Falls. The county was formed on November 23, 1910, from sections of Red Lake County. It was named after Edmund Pennington, vice president of the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway. Show on map
Cass CountyCass County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,567. Its county seat is Walker. The county was formed in 1851 and organized in 1897. Cass County is included in the Brainerd, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. A substantial portion of the Leech Lake Indian Reservation is in the county. Show on map
Township of CarpenterCarpenter Township is a township in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 179 at the 2010 census. Carpenter Township was named for Seth Carpenter, an early settler. State Highways 1 (MN 1) and 65 (MN 65) are two of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Togo is located within Carpenter Township. Show on map
Township of ClaytonClayton Township (formerly Providence Township) is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 178 at the 2000 census. All areas and population centers in the township are unincorporated areas. It was organized in June in 1873 and was named for William Z. Clayton who owned a large tract of land there at the time. Show on map
Township of WheatlandWheatland Township is a township located in the northwest corner of Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,358 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated communities of Veseli and Wheatland are both located within Wheatland Township. The city of Lonsdale is located within the township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Township of ManfredManfred Township is a township in Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 111 at the 2000 census. Manfred Township was originally called Custer Township, in honor of George Armstrong Custer, and under the latter name was organized in 1879. The present name, adopted in 1884, is from the poem Manfred by Lord Byron. Show on map
Township of MotleyMotley is a city in Cass and Morrison counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 671 at the 2010 census. The main part of Motley is located within Morrison County; only minor parts of the city extend into Cass County and Todd County. The Cass County portion of Motley is part of the Brainerd Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of Grand Rapids (historical)Grand Rapids Township was a township in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 11,747 at the 2000 census. By the time of the 2010 census, the area of the former township had been divided between the cities of Grand Rapids, La Prairie, and Coleraine. Grand Rapids Township was named for rapids on the Mississippi River. Show on map
Township of New MarketNew Market was a city in Scott County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 332 at the 2000 census. In January 2007, New Market merged with Elko to become Elko New Market As of 2006 New Market has a public school, Eagle View Elementary School which is operated by and is part of the New Prague Schools and teaches Preschool - 5th. Show on map
Carlton CountyCarlton County is a county located in the State of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 35,386. Its county seat is Carlton. A portion of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation is in the county. The county was formed in 1857 and organized in 1870. Carlton County is included in the Duluth, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of Minnesota LakeMinnesota Lake is a city in Blue Earth and Faribault counties in the State of Minnesota. The population was 687 at the 2010 census. The bulk of the city is in Faribault County; only a small part extends into Blue Earth County. The small Blue Earth County portion of Minnesota Lake is part of the Mankato–Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Yellow Medicine CountyYellow Medicine County is a county located in the State of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,438. Its county seat is Granite Falls. The county name is based on a plant which the native Dakota people used the yellow root of for medicinal purposes. The Upper Sioux Indian Reservation is entirely within the county. Show on map
Township of Van BurenVan Buren Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It was named for Martin Van Buren, the eighth President of the United States. The population was 189 at the 2010 census. State Highway 73 (MN 73) and Saint Louis County Road 29 (CR 29) are two of the main routes in the township. Floodwood is nearby. Show on map
Township of ShieldsvilleShieldsville Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,153 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Shieldsville is located within the township. Settled in the 1850s, Shieldsville Township was named for James Shields (1810–1879), an American politician and U.S. Army officer. Show on map
Township of BadgerBadger Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Under the United States Public Land Survey System it is a survey township identified as Township 149 North, Range 42 West, Fifth Principal Meridian. The population was 166 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Township of PrestonPreston is a city in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,325 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Fillmore County. The Root River runs through it, and Mystery Cave State Park is nearby. It bills itself as \"America's Trout Capital,\" with a 20-foot trout placed along Minnesota State Highway 16. Show on map
Township of Red Lake FallsRed Lake Falls is a city in Red Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,427 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Red Lake County. The city lies in the middle of Red Lake Falls Township from which it was separated when incorporated as a village in 1881. Its status was raised to that of a city in 1898. Show on map
Township of ForestvilleForestville Township is a township in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 386 at the 2000 census. It contains historic Forestville, which is now a living history museum within Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park. Forestville Township was organized in 1855, and named for Forest Henry, an early settler. Show on map
Township of KelseyKelsey Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 140 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highway 7 serves as a main route in the township. County Road 52 (Arkola Road) also passes through the township. The unincorporated community of Kelsey is located within Kelsey Township. Show on map
Township of AustinAustin Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,396 at the 2000 census. The largest city partially in the township is Austin with a population of 24,718 people. The northern parts of the city of Austin are in Lansing Township. All other population centers are unincorporated areas. Show on map
Township of New RichlandNew Richland is a city in Waseca County, Minnesota, United States. The city was founded in 1877. The population was 1,203 at the 2010 census. Located in rural south-central Minnesota, New Richland is a small town with a strong agricultural base. In 2013, the NRHEG High School Women's Basketball team won the State Tournament. Show on map
Township of New HartfordNew Hartford Township is a township in Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 890 at the 2010 census. Its town hall is located in the unincorporated community of Nodine. New Hartford Township was organized in 1858, and named after Hartford, Connecticut, the former home of a share of the early settlers. Show on map
Polk CountyPolk County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The population was 31,600 at the 2010 census. Its county seat is Crookston, and the largest community is East Grand Forks. Polk County is included in the Grand Forks, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Chisago CountyChisago County (/ʃᵻˈsɑːɡoʊ/ shə-SAH-go) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 53,887. Its county seat is Center City. The county's name comes from Chisago Lake. Chisago County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of Saint JosephSt. Joseph Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,924 at the 2010 census. The township borders the western side of the cities of St. Cloud and Waite Park, and completely surrounds the city of St. Joseph. All are components of the St. Cloud Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of SalemSalem Township is a township in Olmsted County, Minnesota. The population was 1,061 at the 2000 census. The township hall is located at the junction of County Road 25 (Salem Road) and County Road 3 at the unincorporated community of Salem Corners. Salem Township was organized in 1858, and named after Salem, Illinois. Show on map
Township of CherryCherry Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 860 at the 2010 census. State Highway 37 (MN 37) serves as a main route in the township. Other routes include Saint Louis County Roads 25 and 92. The unincorporated community of Cherry is located within Cherry Township. Show on map
Township of Lake PleasantLake Pleasant Township is a township in Red Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The population of the township was 126 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Marcoux or Marcoux Corner is located within the township. Lake Pleasant Township took its name from a former lake which has since been drained. Show on map
Township of PikePike Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 417 at the 2010 census. State Highway 169 (MN 169) and Saint Louis County Highway 21 (CR 21) are two of the main routes in the township. MN 169 runs north–south, and CR 21 runs east–west. Other routes include Taylor Road. Show on map
Township of SibleySibley Township is a former township in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 855 at the 2000 census. On June 4, 2002, the entire township was annexed to the neighboring city of Pequot Lakes, thus rendering the township government defunct. The former township took its name from Sibley Lake. Show on map
Township of MarysvilleMarysville Township is a township in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,097 at the 2000 census. Marysville Township was organized in 1866, having been settled chiefly by Roman Catholics. The 1891 Marysville Swedesburg Lutheran Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Township of KrainKrain Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 981 at the 2010 census. The township includes the city of St. Anthony. Krain Township was organized in 1872, and named for the Austrian Krain region (now part of Slovenia), the native home of a share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of Cannon CityCannon City Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,212 at the 2000 census. The small, unincorporated community of Cannon City is located within the township. The unincorporated community of Prairieville is partially located within the township at the southeast corner. Show on map
Township of BelgiumBelgium Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 111 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Belgium Township was organized in 1880. A large share of the early settlers being natives of Belgium caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of Rail Prairie (historical)Rail Prairie Township was a township in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 143 at the 2000 census. According to the U. S. Census Bureau it was merged with Scandia Valley Township on 31 December 2002. Rail Prairie Township was organized in 1890, and named for Case Rail, an early settler. Show on map
Township of MaplewoodMaplewood Township is a township in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 333 at the 2000 census. Maplewood Township was originally called St. Agnes Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1880. The township was renamed in 1882 for the sugar maple trees within its borders. Show on map
Clearwater CountyClearwater County is a rural county located in the state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,695. Its county seat is Bagley. Clearwater County is home to Lake Itasca, the source of the Mississippi River. Portions of the Red Lake and White Earth Indian reservations extend into the county. Show on map
Township of GarfieldGarfield Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 391 at the 2000 census. Garfield Township was organized in 1880, and named for James A. Garfield (1831–1881), the 20th President of the United States. Show on map
Township of AmiretAmiret Township is a township in Lyon County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 230 at the 2000 census. Amiret Township was originally called Madison Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1874. The present name, adopted in 1879, is for Amiretta Sykes, the wife of a railroad official. Show on map
Township of SolemSolem Township is a township in Douglas County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 239 at the 2000 census. Solem Township was organized in 1870, and is said to be named after a place in Norway. The farm where the Kensington Runestone was said to have been found is now a local park in Solem Township. Show on map
Township of NormannaNormanna Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 796 at the 2010 census. Jean Duluth Road, Normanna Road, and Pequaywan Lake Road are three of the main routes in the township. Other routes include North Tischer Road, East Pioneer Road, and French River Road. Show on map
Township of LowellLowell Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 183 at the 2000 census. Lowell Township was organized in 1877, and named after Lowell, Massachusetts, the native home of a share of the first settlers. Show on map
Township of WalcottWalcott Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 984 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated communities of Prairieville and Ruskin are both partially located within the township. Settled in the 1850s, Walcott Township was named for Samuel Walcott, an early settler. Show on map
Township of RoomeRoome Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population of the township was 185 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Eldred is located within Roome Township. Roome Township was organized in 1879. Show on map
Township of SandsvilleSandsville Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, in the United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. At the 2000 census, the population was 58. Sandsville Township was organized in 1882, and named for brothers Casper Sand and Martin Sand, Norwegian settlers. Show on map
Township of DarlingDarling Township is a township in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 600 at the 2000 census. Darling Township was originally called Randall Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1891. The present name adopted in 1907, is for William L. Darling, a railroad official. Show on map
Township of Red RockRed Rock Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 715 at the 2000 census. The largest town in the township is Brownsdale with a population of 718 people. All other area in the township is unincorporated. The township is named for a large, red rock in section 4. Show on map
Rice CountyRice County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 64,142. Its county seat is Faribault. Rice County comprises the Faribault-Northfield, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of MidwayMidway Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,399 at the 2010 census. Midway Road, Becks Road, and Interstate Highway 35 are three of the main routes in the township. Other routes include North Cloquet Road, Lindahl Road, Ugstad Road, and Stark Road. Show on map
Township of Spring PrairieSpring Prairie Township is a township in Clay County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 364 at the 2000 census. Spring Prairie Township was named from its numerous streams. Spring Prairie Township is notable for being the home of an established Hutterite colony, called Spring Prairie Colony. Show on map
Township of GennesseeGennessee Township is a township in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 458 at the 2000 census. The township includes the city of Atwater. Gennessee Township was organized in 1858, and named after the Genesee River in New York, the home state of a share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of CorinnaCorinna Township is a township in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,457 at the 2000 census. Corinna Township was organized in 1858, and named after Corinna, Maine. The 1871 St. Mark's Episcopal Chapel in Corinna Township is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Township of GnesenGnesen Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,683 at the 2010 census. Rice Lake Road (County Road 4) serves as a main route in Gnesen Township. Other routes include Normanna Road, Emerson Road, Howard Gnesen Road, Arnold Road, and West Pioneer Road. Show on map
Township of EllsworthEllsworth Township is a township in Meeker County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 854 at the 2000 census. Ellsworth Township was organized in 1868, and named for Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth, friend of Abraham Lincoln often called the \"first conspicuous casualty\" of the American Civil War. Show on map
Township of Crooked LakeCrooked Lake Township is a township in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 498 as of the 2000 census. It is named after Roosevelt Lake, formerly known as Crooked Lake, a large lake located in this township. Crooked Lake is a translation from the Ojibwe Wewaagigamaag-zaaga'igan. Show on map
Township of HubbardHubbard Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 83 at the 2000 census. Hubbard Township was organized in 1882, and named for Lucius Frederick Hubbard (1836–1913), 9th Governor of Minnesota. Show on map
Steele CountySteele County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 36,576. Its county seat is Owatonna. The county was named for Franklin Steele, a prominent early resident of the state. Steele County comprises the Owatonna, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of Saint OlafSt. Olaf Township is a township in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 332 at the 2000 census. St. Olaf Township was originally called Oxford Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1869. The current name, adopted in 1870, was named after Olaf II of Norway. Show on map
Township of TumuliTumuli Township is a township in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 434 at the 2000 census. Tumuli Township was originally called Union Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1869. The present name, from the descriptive word tumulus, was adopted in 1870. Show on map
Township of PepinPepin Township is a township in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 471 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated communities of Maple Springs, Camp Lacupolis and Reads Landing are located within the township. Pepin Township was organized in 1858, and named after Lake Pepin. Show on map
Township of Holmes CityHolmes City Township is a township in Douglas County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 737 at the 2000 census. Within the township is located the unincorporated community of Holmes City. Holmes City Township was organized in 1866, and named for Thomas Andrew Holmes, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Township of MasonMason Township is a township in Murray County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 284 at the 2000 census. Mason Township was originally called Okcheeda Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1872. The present name, adopted in 1879, is for Milo D. Mason, an early settler. Show on map
Township of DeweyDewey Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 114 at the 2000 census. Dewey is in the 7th congressional district of Minnesota and is represented by Democrat Collin Peterson. Dewey Township was named for George Dewey (1837–1917), an American admiral. Show on map
Township of Fair HavenFair Haven Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,507 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated community of Fairhaven is located within Fair Haven Township. Fair Haven Township was organized in 1859, and was descriptively named by first settlers. Show on map
Township of CordovaCordova Township is a township in Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 517 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Cordova is located within Cordova Township. Cordova Township was organized in 1858, and named, directly or indirectly after Cordova, in Spain. Show on map
Township of CosmosCosmos is a city in Meeker County, Minnesota, United States, along the South Fork of the Crow River. The population was 473 at the 2010 census. Minnesota State Highways 4 and 7 are two of the main routes in the community. On the third weekend in July, the city holds the Cosmos Space Festival. Show on map
Township of AngusAngus Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 112 at the 2000 census. Angus Township was organized in 1879, and named for Richard B. Angus (1831–1922), a Canadian railroad financier. Show on map
Township of BaytownBaytown Township is an urban township in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,533 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Siegel is located within Baytown Township. Baytown Township was organized in 1858, and named for a harbor on the St. Croix River. Show on map
Hubbard CountyHubbard County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 20,428. Its county seat is Park Rapids. The county is named for Lucius Frederick Hubbard, ninth Governor of Minnesota. A portion of the Leech Lake Indian Reservation is in the county. Show on map
Township of WasiojaWasioja Township is a township in Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 963 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Wasioja is located within the township. Wasioja Township was organized in 1858. Wasioja is the native Sioux language name for the Zumbro River. Show on map
McLeod CountyMcLeod County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. At the 2010 census, the population was 36,651. Its county seat is Glencoe. McLeod County comprises the Hutchinson, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Faribault CountyFaribault County /ˈfɛərᵻboʊ/ is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,553. Its county seat is Blue Earth. The county was founded in 1855. It is named for Jean-Baptiste Faribault, a settler and French fur trader among the Sioux Indians. Show on map
Nicollet CountyNicollet County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It was named for French geographer Joseph N. Nicollet. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,727. Its county seat is St. Peter. Nicollet County is part of the Mankato–North Mankato, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of TansemTansem Township is a township in Clay County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 222 at the 2000 census. Minnesota State Highways 32 and 34 are two of the main arterial routes in the township. Tansem Township was named for John O. Tansem, a Norwegian immigrant and pioneer farmer. Show on map
Township of RosevilleRoseville Township is a township in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 570 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Hawick is located within Roseville Township. The city of Regal is located within the township geographically but is a separate entity. Show on map
Township of SigelSigel Township is a township in Brown County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 432 as of the 2000 census. The township was first settled in 1856 and organized during the American Civil War in 1862, and was named in honor of German immigrant and Union Army general Franz Sigel. Show on map
Township of EuclidEuclid Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 149 at the 2000 census. Euclid Township was organized in 1879, and named after Euclid Avenue, a main boulevard of Cleveland, Ohio. Show on map
Township of HoldingHolding Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. It includes the city of Holdingford. The township population was 1,139 at the 2010 census. Holding Township was organized in 1867, and named for Randolph Holding, an early settler and afterward state legislator. Show on map
Township of FieldField Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 391 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 53 and State Highway 1 (MN 1) are two of the main routes in the township. Cook and Orr are both nearby. Field Township was named for a local journalist. Show on map
Township of ErinErin Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 797 at the 2000 census. Minnesota State Highways 21 and 99 are two of the main routes in the township. Settled in the 1850s, Erin Township derives its name from Erin, the literary name for Ireland. Show on map
Township of FannyFanny Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 105 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Fanny Township was organized in 1880. Show on map
Township of ChengwatanaChengwatana is an abandoned village site in Pine County, Minnesota, United States. The former village was located immediately east of Pine City. The center of the village was generally considered near the present day intersection of Cross Lake Road (Pine County 9) and Government Road. Show on map
Otter Tail CountyOtter Tail County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 57,303. Its county seat is Fergus Falls. The county was formed in 1858 and organized in 1868. Otter Tail County comprises the Fergus Falls, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of NorthlandNorthland Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2000 census the population was 196. The name Northland alludes to Norway, the homeland of a large share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of WinfieldWinfield Township is a township in Renville County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 252 at the 2000 census. Winfield Township was organized in 1878, and named for Winfield Scott (1786-1866), United States Army general and candidate for the presidency of the United States. Show on map
Township of Clear LakeClear Lake is a city in Sherburne County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 545 at the 2010 census. U.S. Highway 10 and Minnesota State Highway 24 are two of the main routes in Clear Lake. Clear Lake is 13 miles southeast of St. Cloud and 24 miles northwest of Elk River. Show on map
Township of Cedar ValleyCedar Valley Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Cedar Valley Township was named for the white cedar in the valley of the Floodwood River. The population was 195 at the 2010 census. State Highway 73 (MN 73) serves as a main route in the township. Show on map
Township of KeystoneKeystone Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 100 at the 2000 census. Keystone Township was organized in 1881, and took its name from the Keystone state: Pennsylvania. Show on map
Township of LuxemburgLuxemburg Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. It is named for Luxembourg, whence many of its earliest settlers came. The population was 637 at the 2010 census. Luxemburg Township was organized in 1866, and named after Luxembourg (German: Luxemburg). Show on map
Township of NessNess Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 62 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 29 (CR 29) passes through the northwest corner of Ness Township. County Road 5 (CR 5) runs north–south through the middle of the township. Show on map
Township of RosebudRosebud Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 343 at the 2000 census. According to Warren Upham, Rosebud Township may have been named for the wild roses growing there. Show on map
Wright CountyWright County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 124,700. Its county seat is Buffalo. The county was founded in 1855. Wright County is included in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Rock CountyRock County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota, in the far southwestern corner of the state. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,687. Its county seat is Luverne. The county was formed in 1857 and organized in 1870. Rock County was named for the rocky soil. Show on map
Crow Wing CountyCrow Wing County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 62,500. Its county seat is Brainerd. The county was formed in 1857 and organized in 1870. Crow Wing County is included in the Brainerd, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of French LakeFrench Lake Township is a township in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. The unincorporated community of French Lake is located within French Lake Township. The population was 1,130 at the 2000 census. French Lake Township was organized in 1865, and named after French Lake. Show on map
Township of DollymountDollymount Township is a township in Traverse County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 83 at the 2000 census. Dollymount Township was organized in 1881, and named after Dollymount, Ireland, although the name also alludes to Anthony Doll, an early settler in the area. Show on map
Township of GillfordGillford Township is a township in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 581 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Oak Center is located in the township. Gillford Township was organized in 1858, and named after a pioneer settler and his wife. Show on map
Aitkin CountyAitkin County (/ˈeɪkᵻn/ AY-kin) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,202. Its county seat is Aitkin. A portion of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation is in the county. The county was created in 1857 and organized in 1871. Show on map
Township of JordanJordan Township is a township in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 412 at the 2000 census. Jordan Township was organized in 1858, and named after the Jordan Creek. Jordan Town Hall was built in 1877 by Thomas Ferguson, a Scottish immigrant stonemason. Show on map
Township of MorcomMorcom Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 94 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highways 5 and 22 are two of the main routes in the township. The unincorporated community of Bear River is located within Morcom Township. Show on map
Township of WoodsideWoodside Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 514 at the 2000 census. Woodside Township was organized in 1882, and named for the woods along the shore of Maple Lake. Show on map
Township of SpruceSpruce Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The population of the township was 614 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Mandus is located within Spruce Township. Spruce Township was named for groves of spruce trees within its borders. Show on map
Township of AlangoAlango Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 258 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Roads 22 and 25 are two of the main routes in the township. Heino Road and Samuelson Road also pass through the township. Cook is nearby. Show on map
Township of Ten Mile LakeTen Mile Lake Township is a township in Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 195 at the 2000 census. Ten Mile Lake Township was organized in 1878, and named for a former lake which was named for its distance, ten miles (16 km) from a trading post. Show on map
Becker CountyBecker County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,504. Its county seat is Detroit Lakes. A portion of the White Earth Indian Reservation extends into the county. The county was created in 1858 and organized in 1871. Show on map
Grant CountyGrant County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,018. Its county seat is Elbow Lake. The county was founded in 1868 and named for Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States. It was later organized in 1874. Show on map
Nobles CountyNobles County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,378. Its county seat is Worthington. The county was formed in 1857 and organized in 1870. Nobles County comprises the Worthington, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of WadenaWadena (/wəˈdiːnə/ wə-DEEN-ə) is a city in Otter Tail and Wadena counties in the State of Minnesota. It is about one hundred sixty miles northwest of the Minneapolis – Saint Paul metro area. The population was 4,088 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Wadena County. Show on map
Township of GodfreyGodfrey Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 327 at the 2000 census. Godfrey Township was organized in 1881, and named for Warren N. Godfrey, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Township of GrangeGrange Township is a township in Pipestone County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 244 at the 2000 census. Grange Township was organized in 1879, and named for The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry (The Grange), an agricultural organization. Show on map
Township of WaasaWaasa Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 249 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highway 21 (CR 21) serves as a main route in the township. CR 21 runs east–west through the township. Other routes include Salo Road. Show on map
Township of WilkinsonWilkinson Township is a township in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 270 as of the 2000 census. Wilkinson Township is named after Major Melville Wilkinson of the 3rd Regiment United States Infantry, who was killed during the Battle of Sugar Point. Show on map
Township of HuntsvilleHuntsville Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 586 at the 2000 census. Huntsville Township was organized in 1874, and named for Bena Hunt, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Township of JohnsonJohnson Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 62 at the 2000 census. Johnson Township was organized in 1898, and named for John O. Johnson, a county official. Show on map
Township of EstherEsther Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 158 at the 2000 census. Esther Township was named for Esther Cleveland, daughter of Grover and Frances Cleveland. Show on map
Township of FarleyFarley Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 50 at the 2000 census. Farley Township was organized in 1878, and named for Jesse P. Farley, a railroad official. Show on map
Township of SullivanSullivan Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 174 at the 2000 census. Sullivan Township was organized in 1880, and named for Timothy Sullivan, a local judge. Show on map
Traverse CountyTraverse County (local pronunciation: /ˈtrævərs/ TRAV-ərs) is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,558, making it the least-populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is Wheaton. The county was founded in 1862 and organized in 1881. Show on map
Township of ParnellParnell Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 87 at the 2000 census. Parnell Township was named for Charles Stewart Parnell (1846–1891), an Irish politician. Show on map
Township of NesbitNesbit Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 130 at the 2000 census. Nesbit Township was named for brothers James Nesbit and Robert Nesbit, pioneer settlers. Show on map
Township of Hay CreekHay Creek Township is a township in Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 862 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Hay Creek is located within the township. Hay Creek Township was organized in 1858, and took its name from Hay Creek. Show on map
Township of NewtonNewton Township is a township in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 751 at the 2000 census. Newton Township was originally called New York Mills Township, and under the latter name was organized in 1877. The present name was adopted in 1883. Show on map
Cook CountyNot to be confused with Cook, Minnesota in Saint Louis County. Cook County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,176, making it the fifth-least populous county in Minnesota. Its county seat is Grand Marais. The Grand Portage Indian Reservation is entirely within the county. Show on map
Township of OnstadOnstad Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 70 at the 2000 census. Onstad Township was organized in 1882, and named for Ole P. Onstad, a Norwegian settler. Show on map
Township of Norwegian GroveNorwegian Grove Township is a township in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 349 at the 2000 census. Norwegian Grove Township was organized in 1873. A large share of the early settlers being natives of Norway caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of Shell RiverShell River Township is a township in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 276 at the 2000 census. The township was named for the Shell River, which flows through it; the river was named for abundant clam and mussel shells found along its banks. Show on map
Township of BelfastBelfast Township is a township in Murray County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 195 at the 2000 census. It was named after the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Prior to organization in 1878, this area was known as Creswell, after a local post office. Show on map
Township of MertonMerton Township is a township in Steele County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 380 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Merton is located within the township. The unincorporated community of Moland is partially located within the township. Show on map
Township of HigdemHigdem Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 99 at the 2000 census. Higdem Township was organized in 1879, and named for Arne O. Higdem, a county official. Show on map
Township of DieterDieter Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States located along the Canada–US border. The population was 162 at the 2000 census. Dieter Township contains the unincorporated communities of Pinecreek and Ross. Dieter Township was named for Martin Van Buren Dieter, an early settler. Show on map
Township of NordlandNordland Township is a township in Lyon County, Minnesota, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the township population was 251. Nordland Township was organized in 1873, and named Nordland, in Norway, the native country of a large share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of StockholmStockholm Township is a township in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 805 at the 2000 census. Stockholm Township was organized in 1868, and named after Stockholm, Sweden, the capital of the native land of a large share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of Polk CentrePolk Centre Township is a township in Pennington County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 79 at the 2000 census. Polk Centre Township, originally a part of Polk County, was so named from its former location near the geographical center of that territory. Show on map
Township of LavellLavell Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 303 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Highways 5, 16,25, and 27 are four of the main routes in Lavell Township. Lavell Township bears the name of a French settler. Show on map
Township of MoltkeMoltke Township is a township in Sibley County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 337 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Township of HussHuss Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 145 at the 2000 census. Huss Township was named for John Huss (14th century–1415), a Czech Catholic priest, philosopher, reformer, and master at Charles University in Prague. Show on map
Township of DelawareDelaware Township is a township in Grant County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 119 at the 2000 census. Delaware Township was organized in 1879. A large share of the first settlers being natives of the state of Delaware caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of Crooked CreekCrooked Creek Township is a township in Houston County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 285 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated community of Reno is located in the township. Crooked Creek Township was organized in 1858, and named from Crooked Creek. Show on map
Township of Garden CityGarden City Township is a township in Blue Earth County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 700 as of the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Garden City is located within Garden City Township. The township is home to the Blue Earth County Fair. Show on map
Township of Maine PrairieMaine Prairie Township is a township in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,887 at the 2010 census. Maine Prairie Township was organized in 1858, and named after the state of Maine, the native home of a large share of its first settlers. Show on map
Township of LafayetteLafayette is a city in Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 504 at the 2010 census. It is a farming community just outside the larger town of New Ulm, Minnesota. Lafayette is part of the Mankato–North Mankato Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Township of ColvinColvin Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 317 at the 2010 census. Vermilion Trail (County 4) serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated community of Markham is located within Colvin Township. Show on map
Township of MorganMorgan Township is one of the twenty-six townships of Redwood County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 305 at the 2000 census. Morgan Township was organized in 1880, and named for Lewis H. Morgan (1818-1881), an American politician and anthropologist. Show on map
Township of VinelandVineland Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 133 at the 2000 census. Vineland Township was organized in 1876, and named after the region of Vinland. Show on map
Township of CanisteoCanisteo Township is a township in Dodge County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 662 at the 2000 census. Canisteo Township was organized in 1858. A large share of the first settlers being natives of Canisteo, New York caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of Green PrairieGreen Prairie Township is a township in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 665 at the 2000 census. Green Prairie Township was organized in 1868, and named for Charles H. Green, an early settler who was killed in the American Civil War. Show on map
Pine CountyPine County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 29,750. Its county seat is Pine City. The county was formed in 1856 and organized in 1872. A portion of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation is in the county. Show on map
Township of ReisReis Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 74 at the 2000 census. Reis Township was organized in 1880, and named for George Reis, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Township of RhinehartRhinehart Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 139 at the 2010 census. Rhinehart Township was named for Captain A. C. Rhinehart, a county official. Show on map
Township of RossRoss Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 454 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Fox is located within Ross Township. The unincorporated community of Ross is located in adjacent Dieter Township. Show on map
Township of ManannahManannah Township is a township in Meeker County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 610 at the 2000 census. Most of the city of Eden Valley is located in Manannah Township Manannah Township was organized in 1857, and named after Manannah, Minnesota. Show on map
Township of Granite RockGranite Rock Township is one of the twenty-six townships of Redwood County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 241 at the 2000 census. Granite Rock Township was organized in 1890, and named for the granite rock formations in the Redwood River valley. Show on map
Township of IrvingIrving Township is a township in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 787 at the 2000 census. Irving Township was organized in 1868. According to Warren Upham, the township was probably named for Washington Irving, an American author. Show on map
Township of LakeLake Township is a township in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 412 at the 2000 census. Lake Township was originally called Lake City Township when it was organized in 1858, but the name was shortened to its present form after 1872. Show on map
Township of FisherFisher is a town in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 435 at the 2010 census. Fisher has become a bedroom community for the nearby Greater Grand Forks Metropolitan Area. Show on map
Township of WarsawWarsaw Township is a township in Rice County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,433 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Warsaw is located within the township. Warsaw Township was organized in 1858, and named after Warsaw, New York. Show on map
Township of LodiLodi Township is a township in Mower County, Minnesota, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the township population was 249. The largest town contained within the township is Taopi with 93 people. The remainder of the township is unincorporated area. Show on map
Township of HudsonHudson Township is a township in Douglas County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 686 at the 2000 census. Hudson Township was organized in 1869. A large share of the early settlers being natives of Hudson, Wisconsin caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of AultAult Township is a township in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 109 at the 2010 census. Saint Louis County Road 44 serves as a main route in the township. The unincorporated community of Brimson is located within Ault Township. Show on map
Township of GentillyGentilly Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 319 at the 2000 census. Gentilly Township was organized in 1879, and named after Gentilly, Quebec. Show on map
Township of ByglandBygland Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 297 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bygland Township was organized in 1877, and named after Bygland, in Norway. Show on map
Township of LevenLeven Township is a township in Pope County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 528 at the 2000 census. The township, as well as Lake Leven within its borders, were named after Loch Leven in Scotland, where one of the area's early pioneers grew up. Show on map
Township of WhitefieldWhitefield Township is a township in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 571 at the 2000 census. Whitefield Township was organized in 1870, and named for Edwin Whitefield, an artist who visited the area with explorers in the 1850s. Show on map
Township of WisconsinWisconsin Township is a township in Jackson County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 263 at the 2000 census. Wisconsin Township was organized in 1869. A large share of the first settlers being natives of Wisconsin caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Township of ShermanSherman Township is one of the twenty-six townships of Redwood County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 301 at the 2000 census. Sherman Township was organized in 1869, and named for William Tecumseh Sherman (1820–1891), a U.S. Civil War general. Show on map
Township of TaborTabor Township is a township in Polk County, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Grand Forks-ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 122 at the 2000 census. Tabor Township was named after Tábor (German: Tabor), in the Czech Republic. Show on map
Township of Pleasant HillPleasant Hill Township is a township in Winona County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 531 at the 2010 census. Pleasant Hill Township was so named for its scenic hills, a pioneer settler having said \"What a pleasant hill!\" upon his first visit. Show on map
Township of Chippewa FallsChippewa Falls Township is a township in Pope County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 231 at the 2000 census. It includes the unincorporated community of Terrace, Minnesota. Chippewa Falls Township was named for the falls on the Chippewa River. Show on map
Township of La CrosseLa Crosse Township is a township in Jackson County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 180 at the 2000 census. La Crosse Township was organized in 1872, and named after La Crosse, Wisconsin, the native home of a large share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of Pilot MoundPilot Mound Township is a township in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 364 at the 2000 census. Pilot Mound Township was organized in 1858, and named for a local hill which served as a navigational landmark to pioneer travelers. Show on map
Township of MazeppaMazeppa Township is a township in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 743 at the 2000 census. Named after the Hetman Mazepa. Mazeppa Township was organized in 1858, and named in honor of Hetman Ivan Mazepa via a poem by Lord Byron. Show on map
Township of AugustaAugusta Township is a township in Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 119 at the 2000 census. Augusta Township was organized in 1880, and named after Augusta, Wisconsin, the native home of a large share of the early settlers. Show on map
Township of EnstromEnstrom Township is a township in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 580 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Salol is located within Enstrom Township. Enstrom Township was named for Louis Enstrom, a Swedish settler. Show on map
Different buildings in Minnesota
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Totino - Grace High SchoolTotino-Grace High School is a private, Catholic high school in Fridley, Minnesota. It is an Archdiocesan co-educational Catholic high school in the Lasallian tradition. In the late 1950s, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis in Minnesota sought to expand the number of Catholic high schools in the Twin Cities area. At this same time, Monsignor Joseph Lapinski, pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Columbia Heights, purchased some land in nearby Fridley in the hope that the Archdiocese would build one of these new high schools there. Approval for a new high school in Fridley was soon given, and in 1965, the Christian Brothers accepted responsibility for administration of the school. The School Sisters of Notre Dame joined the Brothers in this task, and opened Archbishop Grace High Show on map
Midway StadiumMidway Stadium is the name of two different minor league baseball parks in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, both now demolished. The name derived from the location of the stadium in St. Paul's Midway area, so named because it's roughly halfway between the downtowns of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The Saints' slogan is \"Fun Is Good\" and Mike Veeck has proudly declared that Midway Stadium is \"The ugliest ballpark in America!\" Mike's late father, Bill Veeck, Jr. is a well-known baseball owner and counts one of his accomplishments as planting the ivy at Wrigley Field. Show on map
Tweed Museum of ArtThe Tweed Museum of Art is a museum located on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth, in Duluth, Minnesota. The Tweed Museum of Art was established in 1950 when Alice Tweed Tuohy, widow of George P. Tweed, donated their house and an approximately 500-piece American and European art collection to the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) to enrich the lives of the people in the academic and civic communities of the region. Following its initial operation from 1950-58 (out of the Tweed home), a museum facility was constructed on the UMD campus in 1958, with funds donated primarily by Mrs. Tweed and her daughter, Bernice Brickson. The museum has been expanded and renovated four times between 1965 and 2008. Show on map
North Memorial Medical CenterNorth Memorial Medical Center, In 1939, Dr. Samuel Samuelson started Victory Hospital on property that he already owned in Robbinsdale. It was the first of its kind, as it was the only medical center outside of the downtown Minneapolis/St.Paul area. Previously, hospitals in the region had only been located in downtown areas in order to be close to physician's offices, so this was a decisive departure from the status quo. As the years progressed, the hospital's name changed from Victory Hospital to North Memorial as it became a private hospital in 1954. In 1957, North Memorial was accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. Show on map
Hubert H Humphrey MetrodomeThe Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (commonly called the Metrodome) was a domed sports stadium located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It opened in 1982 as a replacement for Metropolitan Stadium, the former home of the National Football League's (NFL) Minnesota Vikings and Major League Baseball's (MLB) Minnesota Twins, and Memorial Stadium, the former home of the Minnesota Golden Gophers football and baseball teams. Show on map
Calvin AcademyCalvin Academy was a private K-12 school operated by Dr. Stanford Calvin since 1985. The Calvin Academy went offline after July 2005. It was in Roseville, Minnesota until 1999 when it moved to a slightly larger facility in Mounds View, Minnesota addressed at Hwy 110. In the years 2000 - 2001 it was far smaller than it is today because it operated out of rented property located in a strip mall. Show on map
Hastings High SchoolHastings Senior High School is one of the oldest operating public high schools in the state of Minnesota. Hastings Senior High School is located in Hastings, Minnesota and is part of Independent School District 200. A brand new multimillion-dollar school was established in 2001, upon which a new vision took place for the education of Hastings' students. The construction of the new school was centered on a bridge connecting the athletic portion of the school to the academic. Not only does this bridge show the important connection between academics and athletics at Hastings, it also holds a metaphorical meaning according to the school's website: \"Hastings High School is a student-centered environment, a bridge connecting students to other students, and students to teachers, staff and adminis Show on map
WDSE-TV (Duluth)WDSE is an educational television station in Duluth, Minnesota, serving portions of Minnesota and Wisconsin as a PBS member station on channel 8, with studios located on campus at the University of Minnesota Duluth. WDSE is a \"border station\" serving residents of both Minnesota and Wisconsin. In addition to regular television programming, WDSE broadcasts computer data on a full-time basis, a service called \"datacasting.\" The stream consists of Datacast Wisconsin, a service of Wisconsin Public Television. One Mbs of WDSE's 19.3 Mbs digital stream is devoted to Datacast Wisconsin. Show on map
Piney Pinecreek Border AirportPiney Pinecreek Border Airport (ICAO: K48Y, FAA LID: 48Y, TC LID: K48Y) is a public use airport located 2 nautical miles (3.7 km; 2.3 mi) northwest of the central business district of Pinecreek, in Dieter Township, Roseau County, Minnesota, United States, on the Canada–US border. It is owned by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. It is shared by the rural communities of Piney, Manitoba and Pinecreek, Minnesota. Show on map
Rouchleau MineThe Rouchleau Mine is an abandoned open-pit mine within the Mesabi Iron Range at Virginia, Minnesota, United States. The mine, located on the east side of the city, is roughly 3 miles (4.8 km) long and .5 miles (0.80 km) wide; its deepest point is 450 feet (140 m) below its surface, making it one of the deepest mines in the range. Named for Louis Rouchleau, who explored the area for its mining potential, the mine was initially created as a shaft mine. It was converted to a pit mine by the 1930s due to improvements in open-pit mining technology and increasingly unstable terrain which made shaft mining unsafe. Show on map
Hibbing High SchoolHibbing High School is a public grade 7-12 high school in Hibbing, Minnesota, United States. The school building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As the Hull-Rust-Mahoning Mine expanded, iron ore was discovered under the existing town of Hibbing around 1918. The entire town of Hibbing was moved two miles south to make way for the expanding mine. The high school was built in 1923 at a cost of $4 million, bankrolled by the mining industry, which wanted to make the move more palatable for those being displaced. It also satisfied immigrants' desire for their children's education. Show on map
Lester Park Municipal Golf CourseLester Park Golf Course is one of two public golf courses located in the port city of Duluth, Minnesota. The original eighteen-hole golf course was made up the north shore of Duluth, near the Lester Park River. The golf course was established in 1934. The other course, Enger Park, is located near the Duluth landmark, Enger Tower, and was established earlier than Lester in the 1920s. Lester Park is well known around Minnesota for its spectacular beauty and rich history as a golf course because a unique view of Lake Superior is available on 20 of the 27 golf holes. The original 18 holes have been redone four times since their initial design. In 1997, Paul Schintz, a former club pro from St. Paul, took over Lester Park as PGA Golf Professional. In 2003, Schintz became the Director of Golf, ov Show on map
Flying Cloud AirportFlying Cloud Airport (IATA: FCM, ICAO: KFCM, FAA LID: FCM) is a public airport located in the city of Eden Prairie in Hennepin County, Minnesota, about 11 miles (18 km) southwest of the central business district (CBD) of Minneapolis. The airport covers 543 acres (220 ha) and has three runways. Because of the airport's proximity to the Valleyfair amusement park, the park's rides are restricted in height by FAA regulations. Show on map
Twin Cities Army Ammunition PlantThe Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant is an inactive United States Army ammunition plant located in the City of Arden Hills in Ramsey County, Minnesota. The 2300-acre site is bounded by County Road I to the north, I-35W to the west, U.S. Route 10 to the southwest, County Highway 96 to the south, and Lexington Avenue to the east. Show on map
Edgewood Elementary SchoolBrooklyn Park is the sixth largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The city is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, upstream from downtown Minneapolis in northern Hennepin County. Brooklyn Park is a northwest suburb of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area of Minneapolis–Saint Paul. Brooklyn Park is the second largest suburb of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in the United States, with about 3.52 million residents. The population was 79,149 according to 2015 US census estimates. Show on map
Carleton CollegeCarleton College (/ˈkɑːrltᵻn/ KARL-tin) is a private liberal arts college in the historic town of Northfield, Minnesota. The college enrolled 2,014 undergraduate students and employed 245 instructional faculty members in fall 2015. Carleton is one of few liberal arts colleges that runs on the trimester system. In its 2016 edition of national liberal arts college rankings, U.S. News & World Report ranked Carleton eighth-best overall and first for undergraduate teaching Show on map
Edina High SchoolEdina High School is a three-year public high school located in Edina, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. The current student population is 1,940. Edina High School was ranked as 197th best public high school in the United States according to U.S. News & World Report. Minnesota Department of Education certified Edina as a \"Five Star School\" and the U. S. Department of Education recognized it as a \"National School of Excellence\". Newsweek ranked the school #89 in their \"List of the 1,200 Top High Schools in America\", and the Grammy Foundation selected it as one of forty-two \"Signature Schools\" recognizing Edina's contributions to music education. Ninety-five percent of seniors go on to college and eighty-six percent finish in five years. 30% of Edina graduates responded in a recent survey@en . Show on map
Falls High SchoolFalls High School is a public high school located in International Falls, Minnesota. The school's class ring design is the oldest class ring tradition in the United States, dating back to 1929. As of 2014 approximately 600 students attend classes in the school. Every grade level ranges from 70-100 students. In the Fall of 2014 the school changed polices and changed over from a 6 period day to a 7 period day. The students have 5 minutes between each class to maneuver to the next one. The current principal is Tim Everson and the athletic director is Beth Shermoen. Show on map
National Hockey CenterThe Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, also known as the Brooks Center, is a 5,159-seat hockey arena in St. Cloud, Minnesota. It is home to the St. Cloud State University Huskies men's & women's ice hockey teams, and the Saint John's University Johnnies ice hockey team. The main rink is named for the late university President Brendan J. McDonald, who advocated the team's move to Division I hockey. The arena consists of a lower and upper deck on the sides the ice. The west end (near the entrance) features a few seats, while east contains no seating. Show on map
Itasca Community CollegeItasca Community College (known as ICC with the slogan \"THE BEST PLACE TO START\") is a two-year community college located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. It was founded in 1922 and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. In 2010 Itasca Community College was rated the 5th best community college in the country by The Washington Monthly. Show on map
Minnesota State University - MankatoMinnesota State University, Mankato (MSU or MNSU), also known as Minnesota State, is a public comprehensive university located in Mankato, Minnesota. The university sits atop the bluff of the Blue Earth River valley, approximately 75 miles (121 km) southwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Founded as Mankato Normal School in 1868, it is the second oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. It is also the secord largest public university in the state, and has over 116,000 alumni worldwide. It is the most comprehensive of the seven universities and is referred to as the flagship of the Minnesota State Universities and Colleges system. It is an important part of the economy of South-Central Minnesota as it adds more than $452 million to the economy of Minnesota annually. Show on map
Vermilion Community CollegeVermilion Community College is a two-year community college in Ely, Minnesota adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and the Superior National Forest . Vermilion offers students several niche programs focusing on natural resources, natural sciences, and outdoor education. Founded in Liberal Arts, students can study a variety of programs and areas of interest. All students interested in pursuing outdoor education, natural resource education, or are looking for an outdoor experience can find Vermilion as a potential college fit. Show on map
Heritage Christian AcademyHeritage Christian Academy is an evangelical Christian school which educates children from Kindergarten Development class for three-year-olds through the high school grades. It is an outreach ministry of Grace Free Lutheran Church, formerly Medicine Lake Lutheran Church, to the Christian community (students from 80 different area churches attend this school). In January 2003 Heritage Christian Academy opened the doors of its new facility in Maple Grove, where it now houses Kindergarten Development through 12th grades. Show on map
Brainerd DamBrainerd Dam is a dam across the Mississippi River in the city of Brainerd, Minnesota, United States. It forms the back-waters known as Rice Lake. In June 2014, the city of Brainerd purchased the dam formerly operated by Wausau Paper. Location: River Mile 1003.7County: Crow WingStructure type: Concrete structureStructure width: 451 feet (estimated)River elevation (pool): 1,174 feetRiver elevation (outflow): 1,152 feetWater fall: 22 feetDate built: 1888 Show on map
Bemidji High SchoolBemidji High School is a public high school in Bemidji, Minnesota. The school is situated on a 260-acre (1.1 km2) campus two miles (3 km) west of downtown Bemidji. The Mississippi River runs behind the high school. Constructed in 2000, Bemidji High School features, two gymnasiums, an outdoor track, state of the art auditorium, two wood shops, an auto shop, a machine shop, television studio, indoor swimming pool, over 50 classrooms, on campus Subway restaurant, miles of cross country running and skiing trails behind the building and two reverse projection screens in the commons of the school. On the campus, Bemidji High School also houses a hockey arena as well as a Bemidji Area Schools maintenance facility. Bemidji High School is the largest high school in the state in terms of square foot Show on map
Johnson Senior High SchoolJohnson Senior High School is a comprehensive high school for grades 9 to 12 in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. Originally named Cleveland High School, the school was renamed after Minnesota governor John A. Johnson in 1911. Johnson is the second oldest high school in the Saint Paul Public Schools district and is only surpassed in age by Central High School. The school has operated in three different buildings since 1897, all located on the East Side of Saint Paul. Show on map
Minnehaha AcademyMinnehaha Academy (often abbreviated MA) is a Christian private school in Minneapolis, Minnesota for students in preschool through 12th grade, and established in 1913. There are two campuses, the South Campus for preschool through 8th graders, and the North Campus, for 9th through 12th graders. It is a ministry of the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church, and is located in the Cooper and Hiawatha neighborhoods on West River Parkway. The student body is drawn from Minneapolis, St. Paul, and throughout the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area, as well as several international students. Show on map
Arlington Senior High SchoolArlington Senior High School was a public high school in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It was located north of Downtown Saint Paul on Rice Street, west of Interstate 35E in the city's North End neighborhood. Arlington opened on September 3, 1996 as the newest high school for the Saint Paul Public School district. The school was the first high school to be built since Humboldt Senior High School in 1976. The school was closed after the 2010-2011 school year. Show on map
Rosemount Middle SchoolIndependent School District 196 is a K-12 public school district located in the south suburban Twin Cities, near both Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota. Also known as the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District, District 196 serves approximately 28,300 students in grades Early Childhood-12 and is Minnesota's fourth largest school district. The 110-square-mile (280 km2) district boundary includes all or part of seven cities - Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville - and rural Empire and Vermillion townships. Show on map
Black Hawk Middle SchoolIndependent School District 196 is a K-12 public school district located in the south suburban Twin Cities, near both Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota. Also known as the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District, District 196 serves approximately 28,300 students in grades Early Childhood-12 and is Minnesota's fourth largest school district. The 110-square-mile (280 km2) district boundary includes all or part of seven cities - Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville - and rural Empire and Vermillion townships. Show on map
Dakota Hills Middle SchoolIndependent School District 196 is a K-12 public school district located in the south suburban Twin Cities, near both Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota. Also known as the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District, District 196 serves approximately 28,300 students in grades Early Childhood-12 and is Minnesota's fourth largest school district. The 110-square-mile (280 km2) district boundary includes all or part of seven cities - Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville - and rural Empire and Vermillion townships. Show on map
Scott Highlands Middle SchoolIndependent School District 196 is a K-12 public school district located in the south suburban Twin Cities, near both Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota. Also known as the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District, District 196 serves approximately 28,300 students in grades Early Childhood-12 and is Minnesota's fourth largest school district. The 110-square-mile (280 km2) district boundary includes all or part of seven cities - Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville - and rural Empire and Vermillion townships. Show on map
Parkview Center SchoolParkview Center School (Parkview or PCS) is a public K-8 School located in Roseville, Minnesota. Parkview Center School is the only district-wide, kindergarten through eighth grade school in Roseville Area Schools District 623. Families living in the district, as well as in surrounding communities, choose to enroll their children at Parkview where innovation, high achievement and global education.\" are at the heart of the school. This K-8 public school was established in 1989. The building is also home to the school district's Early Childhood Family Education Center, which serves children from birth to five years old. Show on map
Walker Art CenterThe Walker Art Center is a multidisciplinary contemporary art center in the Loring Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The Walker is one of the most-visited modern and contemporary art museums in the United States and, together with the adjacent Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and the Cowles Conservatory, it has an annual attendance of around 700,000 visitors. The museum's permanent collection includes over 13,000 modern and contemporary art pieces including books, costumes, drawings, media works, paintings, photography, prints, and sculpture. Show on map
KWCM-TV (Appleton)KWCM-TV is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public television station for southwest and west-central Minnesota. The station is licensed to the town of Appleton, and airs on digital channel 10, which is also its virtual channel. It operates a full-time satellite, KSMN-TV (digital channel 15, virtual channel 20) in Worthington. It is operated by the West Central Minnesota Educational Television Company. KWCM and KSMN's broadcasts are now digital-only, effective 9pm June 12, 2009. Show on map
Mayo Clinic in RochesterMayo Clinic is a nonprofit medical practice and medical research group based in Rochester, Minnesota. It employs more than 4,500 physicians and scientists and 57,100 allied health staff. The practice specializes in treating difficult cases through tertiary care. It spends over $660 million a year on research. In addition to their flagship hospital in Rochester, the Mayo Clinic has major campuses in Arizona and Florida. The Mayo Clinic Health System also operates affiliated facilities throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Show on map
Midwest Plaza Shopping CenterRSM Plaza is a 320-foot (98 m) tall skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Formerly known as McGladrey Plaza, it was completed in 1969 and has 20 floors. In October 2015, the building was renamed RSM Plaza after its largest tenant, RSM McGladrey. It is the 30th-tallest building in the city and is located on Nicollet Mall. At the time of its completion, the building was the fifth-tallest structure in Minneapolis and the city's second-tallest post-World War II high-rise, behind Canadian Pacific Plaza. The building is skyway connected to The Metro Apartments, the Medical Arts Building and the IDS Center. Show on map
Big LakeBig Lake Station is a Northstar Line commuter rail station in Big Lake, Minnesota, located at 19691 County Road 43, in the southeast corner of Big Lake near U.S. Highway 10. The station features bicycle lockers and a park and ride lot with capacity for 518 vehicles. Commute time to downtown Minneapolis from this station is about 51 minutes. Show on map
Minnesota State Academy for the BlindMinnesota State Academy for the Blind (MSAB) (formerly known as the Braille and Sight Saving School) is a public school in Faribault, Minnesota. Its mission is the education and life education of blind, visually impaired, and deaf-blind learners from birth to age 21. The school has a residential program and provides 24-hour programming including Braille, independent travel, assistive technologies, and individualized educational services. Students often have multiple disabilities and come from all regions of the state. Show on map
Red Wing High SchoolRed Wing High School is a liberal arts, public high school located in the Mississippi River Valley, fifty miles southeast of the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. The school is part of the Red Wing Independent School District (ISD 256) and serves as the high school for Red Wing, Minnesota and its surrounding communities. Red Wing won Fox 9's School Spirit Challenge in April 2011 for the \"Less than 1,000 students - Small School\" Division and was recognized during a live broadcast for having strong school spirit and involved students. Show on map
Saint Mary's University of MinnesotaSaint Mary's University of Minnesota, founded in 1912, is a private, comprehensive, coeducational university with an undergraduate campus in the city of Winona, Minnesota, United States. Graduate and professional programs are offered at facilities in Winona, the Twin Cities, Rochester, Apple Valley, Minnetonka and Oakdale, Minnesota; and various course delivery sites around Minnesota and Wisconsin; Jamaica, and Nairobi, Kenya. Show on map
Anne Sullivan Communication CenterAnne Sullivan Communication Center is a school in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, which serves 600 students from preschool through eighth grade. The School houses a whole-day Kindergarten program as well as Early Childhood Special Education and Early Family Childhood Education programs. Anne Sullivan School shares an attendance area with and is a feeder school for Minneapolis South High School. Specialist Subjects include Media, 5th- 8th Grade Band, Fitness, Health, Physical Education and Dance/Drama. Anne Sullivan School supplements their core curriculum with a Gifted & Talented program, a peer mediation program and the Second Step Social Skills Program and houses a large Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing program for all grades and incorporates Mainstreaming as well as self-contained resource r Show on map
Kasson-Mantorville Senior HighKasson-Mantorville High School (KMHS) is a high school located in Kasson, Minnesota that serves students from both Kasson and neighboring Mantorville. It is the only high school in Minnesota School District #204, and it is the home of the Kasson-Mantorville \"KoMets\", whose school colors are royal blue and white. The school's song is \"KM Fight\" and is sung to the tune \"Washington and Lee Swing\". KMHS offers band, choir, knowledge bowl, drama and cheerleading programs. The drama program produces one fall play, a one-act winter play, and one spring play. Show on map
Champlin Park High SchoolChamplin Park High School is a four-year public high school located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. The school's name, Champlin Park, comes from the combination of bordering cities Brooklyn Park and Champlin. The school is on the south side of 109th Avenue North, the border between the two cities, and is located in Brooklyn Park, even though addresses on both sides of that street use the Champlin zip code of 55316. Champlin Park's first graduating class was in 1993. CPHS is the third largest high school in the state with a student population of 2975. The school principal is Michael George. Show on map
Carlton High SchoolCarlton High School is a public high school located in Carlton, Minnesota. The school operates under the Carlton Public School District, housing grades 6 through 12. It serves a population of approximately 350 students. The school competes athletically in region 7A of the Minnesota State High School League; its colors are blue and white, and its mascot is the Bulldog. Show on map
North Community High SchoolNorth Community High School, or simply Minneapolis North, is a public, four-year high school located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The school has existed for over 120 years in several buildings all located on the North Side of Minneapolis. North once had a predominately Jewish student body but by 1982, the school and the neighborhood it is located in had become mostly African-American. Desegregation efforts, such as magnet school programs, have attempted to attract students from throughout Minneapolis and nearby suburbs. Show on map
Robbinsdale Armstrong High SchoolRobbinsdale Armstrong High School (full name Robbinsdale Neil A. Armstrong Senior High School) (abbr. AHS) is a high school located in Plymouth, Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis. The school serves students from the cities of Robbinsdale, Crystal, New Hope, Plymouth and Golden Valley. The school's athletic programs have made it to state competitions on many occasions. School tradition maintains that the school's rival is Robbinsdale Cooper. Together, Robbinsdale Armstrong and Robbinsdale Cooper serve the secondary school population of over 4000 students in the district. Show on map
Canterbury ParkCanterbury Park (NASDAQ: CPHC) is a horse racing track in Shakopee, Minnesota, USA. It runs a meet that consists of 69 racing days from early May to Labor Day, generally holding scheduled races Thursday through Sunday, with racing added on several holidays throughout the meet. The track itself features a one-mile (1,600 m) oval dirt track and a seven-furlong (1,400 m) turf course. Outside seating is available along with several indoor seating options. The track runs multiple food stands and bars throughout the building and simulcast betting is also offered. Show on map
Cretin - Derham HallCretin Hall is one of the male undergraduate residence halls at the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It resides on the South Campus, which is just south of the historical Summit Avenue. Cretin was originally constructed as the South Student Residence Building for the Saint Paul Seminary in 1894. It was designed by famous architect Cass Gilbert, who also designed Cretin's two sister buildings, Loras Hall and Grace Hall. In 1987 Cretin was acquired by St. Thomas and in 1989 it was renovated for use as a residence hall. Show on map
Minneapolis City HallMinneapolis City Hall and Hennepin County Courthouse (also known as the Municipal Building), designed by Long and Kees in 1888, is the main building used by the city government of Minneapolis, Minnesota as well as by Hennepin County, Minnesota. The structure has served as mainly local government offices since it was built, and today the building is 60 percent occupied by the city and 40 percent occupied by the County. The building is jointly owned by the city and county and managed by the Municipal Building Commission. The Commission consists of the chair of the County Board, the mayor of the City of Minneapolis, a member of the County Board and a member of the Minneapolis City Council. The County Board chair serves as the president of the Commission and the mayor serves as the vice presid Show on map
Range Regional AirportRange Regional Airport (IATA: HIB, ICAO: KHIB, FAA LID: HIB) is a public use airport located four nautical miles (5 mi, 7 km) southeast of the central business district of Hibbing, in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It was formerly known as Chisholm-Hibbing Airport or Chisholm-Hibbing Municipal Airport. The airport is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial and one charter airline. Scheduled passenger service is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Lake Superior Railroad MuseumThe Lake Superior Railroad Museum (reporting mark LSRX) is a railroad museum in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. The museum has seven steam, fourteen diesel, and two electric locomotives as well as over 40 other pieces of rolling stock. The collection includes the William Crooks, which became the first locomotive to operate in the state of Minnesota in 1861, and the Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Number 227, a 2-8-8-4 \"Yellowstone\" locomotive which was among the largest steam engines to ever operate. The museum operates a heritage railroad called the North Shore Scenic Railroad. Show on map
Rochester, Rochester International AirportRochester International Airport (IATA: RST, ICAO: KRST, FAA LID: RST) is a nonhub primary airport located seven miles (11 km) southwest of the central business district of Rochester, a city in Olmsted County, Minnesota, United States. It is the second busiest airport in Minnesota, however it is the third busiest airport for commercial airlines in Minnesota, behind Duluth International Airport. It used to be called \"Rochester Municipal Airport\", which was its name before adding customs and immigration facilities specifically for Mayo Clinic purposes in 1995 . Show on map
St. Cloud Regional AirportSt. Cloud Regional Airport (IATA: STC, ICAO: KSTC, FAA LID: STC) is a city owned, public use airport in Sherburne County, Minnesota, United States. It is located four nautical miles (5 mi, 7 km) east of the central business district of the city of St. Cloud, which owns and operates the airport. The airport serves private, commercial, corporate, cargo and military operations. Mostly used for general aviation, it is also served by one commercial airline. Show on map
Albert Lea Public LibraryThe Albert Lea Public Library serves the City of Albert Lea, Minnesota and surrounding communities, and is a member of Southeastern Libraries Cooperating, the SE Minnesota library region. Recently renovated in 2007, the library features a state of the art computer lab and 20 public access computers. Wi-Fi service is also available to patrons and guests. The Children's Library features programs for infants and adolescents: Story Time, Nighttime Story Time and L.A.F. (Library Afternoon Fun). Show on map
Lake Superior CollegeLake Superior College (LSC) is a two-year community and technical college in Duluth, Minnesota. The college offers pre-baccalaureate majors for students interested in transferring to 4-year educational institutions as well as more than 90 certificate, diploma and degree programs in career and technical fields. LSC's Continuing Education/Customized Training division collaborates with area businesses and industry to design specialized opportunities for entry-level and advanced education. While courses are typically offered in traditional classroom and lab settings, LSC also offers over 150 courses via the internet, through its e-campus. In recent semesters, more than 25% of credits have been delivered online and a growing number of programs are offered completely online. These include dialys Show on map
KEYC-TV (Mankato)KEYC-TV is the CBS-affiliated television station for Mankato, Minnesota & southwestern Minnesota. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter in Lewisville. The station can also be seen on Charter channel 10 and in high definition on digital channel 782. Owned by the United Communications Corporation, KEYC News 12 has studios on Lookout Drive in North Mankato. Syndicated programming on the station includes Wheel Of Fortune, Dr. Phil, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show among others. However, it's the commitment to local programming the station prides itself on. It produces more than 17 hours of local news per week. Show on map
Cotter High SchoolCotter High School is the sole Roman Catholic High School in Winona, Minnesota, and is one of the first in the state. Today, Cotter Schools consists of the Cotter High School and Cotter Junior High School. The school opened its doors on September 5, 1911 as the \"Cotter School for Boys\". Cotter, named for the diocese’s first bishop, Bishop Joseph Bernard Cotter, was a boys school directed by the Christian Brothers of Saint John Baptist de La Salle. In 1952, the Brothers turned the operation of the school over to the diocese and Cotter became co-educational with the combining of the Cathedral Girls High School. In 1953 a new Cotter building was erected and in 1962 an addition was added. In 1992, with help from an endowment from the Hiawatha Education Foundation, the school moved to its curre Show on map
KLOH-AM (Pipestone)KLOH (1050 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format serving Pipestone, Minnesota, with rimshot coverage in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota area. The station is currently owned by Wallace Christensen Broadcasting. The KLOH Morning Show starts at 6am weekday mornings with Bill and Collin(Bill VanHoecke and Collin Christensen). Bernie Wieme takes over at 9am giving way to Diane Marie at 11am. Bill is back from 1-3 every weekday afternoon, before turning things over to Diane at 3pm. Diane takes you to the end of the work day at 5, and Brittany takes you from 5 to Midnight. Show on map
Prior Lake High SchoolPrior Lake High School (PLHS) is located in Savage, Minnesota, covering grades 9-12. The school is part of the South Suburban Conference. It has approximately 2,400 students currently enrolled, along with a teaching and administrative staff of around 400. A book, \"Another Planet: A Year in the Life of a Suburban High School\", was written by author Elinor Burkett and paints an inaccurate portrait of life in the school and around the city of Prior Lake. In 2003 when the new high school building opened its doors in its current location of Savage, MN, the decision was made to keep the name \"Prior Lake\" High School because of the rich history of the school. The principal's name is David Lund. The school's three assistant principals are John Bennett, Heather Fitzloff, and Joe Kuboushek. The scho Show on map
Fridley High SchoolFridley High School is one of the high schools in Fridley, Minnesota. The high school itself is part of Minnesota School District 14, though much of Fridley falls into other districts. The high school shares a street corner with Fridley Middle School. Both facilities operate together and provide mixed curriculam. For instance, the middle school houses the pool and provides \"field experience,\" for seniors thinking about going into education. The high school houses the auditorium which is used by Substance Church and the Fridley Community Theatre as well as the school district. Show on map
Humboldt Senior High SchoolHumboldt Senior High School is a public high school located in Saint Paul, Minnesota which serves students in grades 6-12. The school is the smallest of the seven high schools in the Saint Paul Public Schools district with an enrollment of 858 students. It is the only high school located on the West Side of Saint Paul. The school was founded in 1889 and is one of the oldest in Saint Paul.A founding member of the Saint Paul City Conference, Humboldt fields regular and adapted sports teams. Show on map
Avalon SchoolAvalon School is a project-based charter middle school and high school in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, located at 700 Glendale Street. As a project-based school, students meet their academic graduation requirements through a combination of independent projects, group projects, and seminars. Individual students' schedules vary depending on the seminars they are enrolled in and the activities they are involved with. Students spend a significant part each day working independently on projects. The school has a flat organizational structure with no principal or director in a position of power. The staff members work collaboratively to manage the school. Avalon's mission is as follows: Avalon School prepares students for college and life in a strong, nurturing community that inspires a Show on map
Eastview High SchoolEastview High School is a comprehensive and college preparatory public high school located in District 196 which is in Apple Valley, Minnesota, USA. Established in 1997, Eastview is the newest of the four high schools serving Independent School District 196. Newsweek ranked the school in their \"List of the Top High Schools in America\" for the sixth consecutive time (2000, 2002, 2004, and 2006, 2007, 2008). Eastview has also been recognized by US News & World Report as one of America's Best High Schools. In 2013, Eastview was ranked in the top 3% of the most challenging high schools in the United States, as well as a top comprehensive high school in Minnesota. Prior to the 2010-2011 school year, Eastview was a member of the Lake Conference, but then broke off with most of the Lake Conferenc Show on map
Bethel UniversityBethel University is an evangelical Christian higher education institution with approximately 6,000 students from 36 countries enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, seminary, and adult education programs. The main campus is located in Arden Hills, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul, and the seminary has a second campus in San Diego. The university has a performing arts program, including Benson Great Hall, a concert hall, and The Bethel Choir, the university's 75-voice concert choir which has performed throughout Europe and Scandinavia. Show on map
Minnesota Military MuseumThe Minnesota Military Museum is the principal activity of the Military Historical Society of Minnesota (MHSM), a non-profit educational organization chartered to preserve and explain Minnesota’s military history. It is federally recognized as a charitable 501(c)(3) organization. MHSM operates the museum as a public–private partnership in cooperation with the Minnesota Historical Society and the Minnesota National Guard. The museum, which is open to the general public year-round, is located a few blocks inside the main gate at Camp Ripley, a state-owned 53,000 acres (21,000 ha; 83 sq mi) military training center located on the Mississippi River just north of Little Falls in central Minnesota. The museum is certified by the United States Army Center of Military History although its mission@en . Show on map
Martin Luther CollegeThis article deals with the WELS-affiliated tertiary institution in Minnesota. See Luther College for the ELCA institution in Iowa. Martin Luther College (MLC) is the college of ministry operated by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). Located on a 50-acre (20 ha) campus in New Ulm, Minnesota, United States, the college prepares men for pastoral training at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary and men and women for service as early childhood teachers, elementary, and secondary teachers and staff ministers in WELS churches, schools and missions. A faculty of 82 educators serves approximately 800 students during the school year. The school is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and its teaching program has been approved by Show on map
KMSP-TV (Minneapolis)KMSP TV Tower is a 446.8 metre (1466 feet) high guy-wired aerial mast for the transmission of FM radio and television programs in Shoreview, Minnesota. The structure was apparently the tallest in Minnesota until the construction of the KPXM Tower in 1997. In 2001, a painter working on the tower died from asphyxia upon falling 500 feet down the structure. Show on map
Monticello High SchoolMonticello High School is a public high school located in Monticello, Minnesota, United States.The Principal is Joel Lundin and the Vice Principal is Mike Carr. The current high school was constructed in the late '90's by architects Rego and Youngquist and officially opened in September 1999. Monticello High School (enrollment 1,298) is Wright County's third largest school. The nickname for the school's athletic teams is the Magic. Show on map
Duluth International AirportFor the United States Air Force use of this facility, see Duluth Air National Guard Base Duluth International Airport (IATA: DLH, ICAO: KDLH, FAA LID: DLH) is a city-owned, public-use, joint civil-military airport located five nautical miles (9 km) northwest of the central business district of Duluth, a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It serves the Twin Ports area including Superior, Wisconsin. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by three commercial airlines. Overall, it is the third busiest airport in Minnesota, behind Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport and Rochester International Airport. However, it is the second busiest commercial passenger airport in Minnesota, behind only Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport. Show on map
Great Lakes AquariumThe Great Lakes Aquarium opened in 2000 and is located on the Duluth waterfront. A freshwater aquarium, its mission is to inspire people to explore their connection to Lake Superior and waters of the world. Great Lakes Aquarium features animals and habitats found within the Great Lakes basin and other freshwater ecosystems such as the Amazon River. The Aquarium houses 205 different species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals. It is one of few aquariums in the United States that focuses on freshwater exhibits. Show on map
Minnesota Transportation MuseumThe Minnesota Transportation Museum (MTM, reporting mark MNTX) is a transportation museum in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. The MTM operates several heritage transportation sites in Minnesota and one in Wisconsin. The museum is actively involved in preserving local railroad, bus and streetcar history. The MTM was formed in 1962 to save a streetcar that had been built and operated by Twin City Rapid Transit (TCRT) in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Many of the museum's early members were formerly part of the Minnesota Railfans Association, which had organized railfan trips from the 1940s-1960s. Show on map
Minnetonka High SchoolMinnetonka High School, or MHS (locally referred to as Tonka), is a four-year public high school located in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a western suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The school enrolls about 3,000 students, and offers four interchangeable academic curricula: International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, Honors, and G (general). Newsweek ranked the school at #285 in their 1200 best public high schools in the United States. Show on map
University of MinnesotaThe University of Minnesota Twin Cities (Minnesota; locally known as the U of M or simply the U) is a public research university in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. The Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses are approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) apart, and the Saint Paul campus is actually in neighboring Falcon Heights. It is the oldest and largest campus within the University of Minnesota system and has the sixth-largest main campus student body in the United States, with 51,147 students in 2013–14. The university is organized into 19 colleges and schools, and it has sister campuses in Crookston, Duluth, Morris, and Rochester. UMN is categorized as an R1 Doctoral University with the highest research activity in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Show on map
Hopkins West Junior High SchoolHopkins West Junior High School is a junior high school located in Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA. In 2007-08 it educated around 900 students in grades seven to nine. The school is managed by the Hopkins Public Schools district. Hopkins West was awarded the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 1983-84. It was the first middle school in Minnesota to receive this honor. The National Association of Secondary School Principals, in 2004, included Hopkins West as one of the '100 Highly Effective Middle Level Schools' in the nation. Show on map
Edison High SchoolThomas Edison High School is the only public high school in the Northeast community of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was named for American inventor Thomas Alva Edison. Located in the Holland neighborhood, the school's academic focus areas are: American Studies, Business Enterprise, Candidate International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme, International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Personal Care & Therapeutic Services, and Technology & Multi Media. As of 2000, many Hmong students who were not fully fluent in English chose to attend Edison. Show on map
Minnesota History CenterThe Minnesota History Center is a museum and library that serves as the headquarters of the Minnesota Historical Society. It is near downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, and is considered one of Minnesota's finest public buildings. The Center is on Kellogg Boulevard, between the Mississippi River and the Minnesota State Capitol. Before this building was built in 1992, the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) occupied what is now the Minnesota Judicial Center, originally built for the Society in 1917. Before that, MNHS was housed in the basement of the State Capitol. Show on map
Minnesota ZooThe Minnesota Zoo (formerly the The New Zoo), is an AZA-accredited zoo in Apple Valley, Minnesota. When it opened on May 22, 1978 it was fairly revolutionary in its exhibit design. The zoo, built in a suburbanizing rural area, had more space to house exhibits and was one of the first zoos to organize its animals by their living environment as opposed to their species. Exhibits are arrayed in six themed areas, including three themed walking trails ranging from one to two miles in length: It is also home to a high school, the School of Environmental Studies. Show on map
Thief River Falls Regional AirportThief River Falls Regional Airport (IATA: TVF, ICAO: KTVF, FAA LID: TVF) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) south of the central business district of Thief River Falls, a city in Pennington County, Minnesota, United States. The airport is owned by the Thief River Falls Regional Airport Authority. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Byllesby DamByllesby Dam is a dam in Randolph Township, Dakota County and Stanton Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota in the southern part of the state, just west of the town of Cannon Falls. The 60-foot (18 m)-high concrete dam was built in 1910 by H.M. Byllesby & Company to impound the Cannon River for hydroelectric power. Byllesby, a former employee of both Edison and Westinghouse, formed what would become Northern States Power in 1909. Show on map
Tarek Ibn Ziyad AcademyTarek ibn Ziyad Academy (TIZA) was an elementary school (K-8) in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota named after Tarek ibn Ziyad, the Berber general of medieval Algeria who entered Gibraltar in 711 CE on behalf of the Umayyad Caliphate and defeated the Visigoths. The school is sponsored by Islamic Relief USA. The school has a primarily Muslim student body and has been embroiled in a number of controversies regarding the separation of church and state. The school has a waiting list of 1,500 students. Around 80% of students are English language learners. Despite this, the school has one of the highest reading scores on standardized tests in the state. As of July 2011 TiZA has been shut down by order of the Minnesota Education Department, due to lack of an approved charter school sponsor. Show on map
Hamline UniversityHamline University is an American private liberal arts college in Saint Paul, Minnesota, founded in 1854 and named after Bishop Leonidas Lent Hamline of the United Methodist Church. Hamline is the oldest institution of higher learning in Minnesota and one of five Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities. Show on map
Hibbing Community CollegeHibbing Community College is a community college located in Hibbing, Minnesota, United States. It was founded in 1916 and has undergone several transformations. Originally housed in the historic Hibbing High School, it moved into its own campus in 1969. Hibbing Technical College also was created to serve the Hibbing area. In the 1990s, Hibbing Community College and Hibbing Technical College merged to form a comprehensive institution. In 2001 a new building integration/co-location project was completed and the entire school now exists at one location. Show on map
Sky Harbor AirportSky Harbor Airport & Seaplane Base or Sky Harbor Airport (ICAO: KDYT, FAA LID: DYT) is a public airport in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. It is located near the Wisconsin border, between Superior Bay and Lake Superior. The airport is six nautical miles (11 km) southeast of the central business district of Duluth, Minnesota, on Minnesota Point within its city limits. The airport is owned by the Duluth Airport Authority and has been operating for over 50 years. It is one of only four airports in Minnesota offering both a hard surface runway for airplanes and water landing areas for seaplanes. Show on map
Blanchard DamBlanchard Dam is a dam across the Mississippi River, in Bellevue Township and Swan River Township, Morrison County, near the city of Royalton, Minnesota. Blanchard is a hydroelectric station owned and operated by Minnesota Power. The dam sits slightly upriver from the former Soo Line rail bridge. The bridge now carries a recreational trail. Blanchard Dam is the tallest dam on the Mississippi River at 47 feet of water head. Blanchard Dam is also one of a very few known places on earth where Staurolite is found. Show on map
Pine Technical CollegePine Technical and Community College (PTCC) is a two-year college in Pine City, Minnesota, United States. PTCC's notable programs include accounting, American Sign Language, automotive technology, business administration, business technology, computer programming, computer science, early childhood development, gunsmithing technology, network administration, practical nursing, precision manufacturing/machining (CNC), public welfare financial worker, and many more. PTCC is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, which comprises 31 state universities and community and technical colleges in Minnesota. The system serves about 277,000 students per year in credit-based courses and an additional 157,000 students in noncredit courses. Show on map
KTTC-TV (Rochester)KTTC is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Driftless Area of Southeastern Minnesota and Northeastern Iowa. Licensed to Rochester, Minnesota, the station broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter, south of Ostrander, Minnesota, near the Fillmore and Mower County line. Owned by Quincy Media, KTTC operates the area's Fox affiliate KXLT-TV (owned by SagamoreHill Broadcasting) through a shared services agreement. Show on map
KSAX-TV (Alexandria)KSTP-TV, channel 5, is a television station located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, serving as the ABC affiliate for the Twin Cities television market. KSTP-TV is the flagship television property of Saint Paul-based Hubbard Broadcasting, which has owned the station since its inception. The station's offices and studios are located on University Avenue, on the Saint Paul-Minneapolis border, and are shared with sister stations KSTP Radio (1500 AM), KSTP-FM (94.5 FM), KTMY (107.1 FM), and KSTC-TV (channel 45). KSTP-TV's transmitter is located at Telefarm Towers in Shoreview, Minnesota. Show on map
KSTP-TV (Saint Paul)KSTP-TV, channel 5, is a television station located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, serving as the ABC affiliate for the Twin Cities television market. KSTP-TV is the flagship television property of Saint Paul-based Hubbard Broadcasting, which has owned the station since its inception. The station's offices and studios are located on University Avenue, on the Saint Paul-Minneapolis border, and are shared with sister stations KSTP Radio (1500 AM), KSTP-FM (94.5 FM), KTMY (107.1 FM), and KSTC-TV (channel 45). KSTP-TV's transmitter is located at Telefarm Towers in Shoreview, Minnesota. Show on map
Guthrie TheaterThe Guthrie Theater, founded in 1963, is a center for theater performance, production, education, and professional training in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the result of the desire of Sir Tyrone Guthrie, Oliver Rea, and Peter Zeisler to create a resident acting company that would produce and perform the classics in an atmosphere removed from the commercial pressures of Broadway. In 1982, the theater won the Regional Theatre Tony Award. Show on map
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare HospitalGillette Children's Specialty Healthcare is a non-profit hospital located in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. Through its 60-bed hospital, eight clinics, and 11 outreach locations, Gillette treats more than 25,000 children each year who have complex conditions, rare disorders and traumatic injuries that affect the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. Gillette also operates Gillette Lifetime Specialty Healthcare, a clinic for teens and adults who have conditions that started during childhood. Show on map
KAWE-TV (Bemidji)KAWE is a television station in Bemidji, Minnesota, broadcasting locally on channel 9 as a PBS member station. KAWE first took to the air on June 1, 1980. The station also has a satellite station in Brainerd, Minnesota, KAWB, operating on digital channel 28 but remapping to channel 22, the station's former analog channel. The stations brand together as Lakeland Public Television. KAWE is the only full-power station based in north central Minnesota, an area that is served mainly by translators of the Minneapolis/St. Paul stations. It also airs the only local newscast in north central Minnesota. Show on map
Lakeville North High SchoolLakeville North High School (LNHS) is a public high school in northern Lakeville, Minnesota. Formerly Lakeville High School, LNHS received its current name when a second high school, Lakeville South High School, was built. Grades 9-12 attend the school, and its principal is Marne Berkvam. Show on map
Brainerd Lakes Regional AirportBrainerd Lakes Regional Airport (IATA: BRD, ICAO: KBRD, FAA LID: BRD) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northeast of the central business district of Brainerd, a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. The airport is owned by the city and county. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline. Show on map
Saint Thomas AcademySaint Thomas Academy (abbr. STA), originally known as St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, and formerly known as St. Thomas Military Academy is the only all male, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory, military high school in Minnesota. It is located in Mendota Heights near Saint Paul. The Academy has a middle school (grades 6-8) and a high school (grades 9-12). The high school students are required to participate in military leadership classes and was previously part of Army JROTC. Its sister school, Convent of the Visitation, is located down the street and many classes and after school activities involve both schools. It is located within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Show on map
Orwell DamOrwell Dam (National ID # MN00574) is a dam in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, about six miles southwest of Fergus Falls. The earthen gravity dam was constructed in 1953 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, with a height of 60 feet and a length of 1355 feet at its crest. It impounds the Otter Tail River for flood control, irrigation water storage, and municipal drinking water. The dam is owned and operated by the St. Paul District, Mississippi Valley Division, Corps of Engineers. Show on map
Wayzata High SchoolWayzata High School is located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The high school, operated by the Wayzata School District, has approximately 3300 students in grades 9 to 12 (2016), making it the largest secondary school by enrolment in Minnesota. It is also the largest Minnesota secondary school by structural size, with an interior of 487,000 square feet (45,200 m2). The district boundaries include all or part of eight municipalities: Corcoran, Maple Grove, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minnetonka, Orono, Plymouth and Wayzata. The school is currently in the midst of an expansion project, with projected capacity of 3900. The school is part of the Lake Conference. Its current principal is Scott Gengler, who succeeded Mike Trewick in the position in fall 2015. Show on map
Xcel Energy CenterThe Xcel Energy Center (also known as \"The X\") is a multi-purpose arena, located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is named for its locally based corporate sponsor Xcel Energy. With an official capacity of 17,954, the arena has four spectator levels: one suite level and three general seating levels. Show on map
Concordia College ObservatoryConcordia College is a private college located in Moorhead, Minnesota, United States. Founded by Norwegian settlers in 1891, the school is associated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and practices the liberal arts. Concordia is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and has a total student enrollment of 2,531. It offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, and Master of Education degrees. Show on map
Concordia CollegeConcordia College is a private college located in Moorhead, Minnesota, United States. Founded by Norwegian settlers in 1891, the school is associated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and practices the liberal arts. Concordia is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and has a total student enrollment of 2,531. It offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, and Master of Education degrees. Show on map
Mall of AmericaMall of America (MOA) is a shopping mall owned by the Triple Five Group; it is the largest mall in the United States. It is located in Bloomington, Minnesota (a suburb of the Twin Cities), southeast of the junction of Interstate 494 and Minnesota State Highway 77, north of the Minnesota River and across the interstate from the Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport. Opened in 1992, 80 percent of the visitors are from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, the Dakotas, Illinois, Ohio, and Canada. The Triple Five Group, owned by Canada's Ghermezian family, owns and manages the Mall of America, as well as the West Edmonton Mall. Show on map
Eden Prairie High SchoolWith 3,184 students, Eden Prairie High School is the second largest high school in Minnesota by enrollment in 2011-12. In the 2010-11 school year, 79% of students were White, 9% were African American, 8% were Asian, and 4% were Hispanic. Show on map
Falls International Airport-Einarson FieldFalls International Airport (IATA: INL, ICAO: KINL, FAA LID: INL) is a city owned, public use airport located in International Falls, a city in Koochiching County, Minnesota, United States. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline with scheduled passenger service subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Anoka County AirportAnoka County–Blaine Airport (ICAO: KANE, FAA LID: ANE), also known as Janes Field, is a public use airport in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. Owned by Metropolitan Airports Commission, it is 10 nautical miles (19 km) north of the central business district of Minneapolis. The airport is located in the city of Blaine. This facility is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2015–2019, which categorized it as a general aviation reliever airport. Show on map
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Century Junior High SchoolForest Lake is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States. It is twenty-seven miles northeast of Saint Paul. The population was 18,375 at the 2010 census. It is located on one of Minnesota's 100 largest lakes. The lake serves as the source of the Sunrise River. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 8 and 61 are three of the main routes in the community. Show on map
Central High SchoolCentral High School of Saint Paul is the oldest high school in the state of Minnesota, United States. Founded in 1866 in downtown Saint Paul, Central has educated many leaders in business, government, literature, arts, sciences, and education throughout the state of Minnesota and the United States. Central also has more Rhodes Scholars among its alumni than any other public high school in the U.S., with the most recent scholar, Matthew Landreman, being announced in 2003. Show on map
City Academy High SchoolCity Academy High School is a charter school in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. The school was created a year after charter school legislation in Minnesota was passed. As a charter school, it operates independently, but is sponsored by the College of St. Catherine. On September 7, 1992, City Academy became the first charter school in the United States to open. Show on map
Finland Air Force StationFinland Air Force Station is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located 2.8 miles (4.5 km) north of Finland, Minnesota. It was closed in 1980. In 1950 Air Defense Command selected Finland, Minnesota site as one of twenty-eight radar stations built as part of the second segment of the permanent radar surveillance network. Prompted by the start of the Korean War, on July 11, 1950, the Secretary of the Air Force asked the Secretary of Defense for approval to expedite construction of the second segment of the permanent network. Receiving the Defense Secretary’s approval on July 21, the Air Force directed the Corps of Engineers to proceed with construction. Show on map
Mounds View High SchoolMounds View High School is a public high school located in Arden Hills, Minnesota, United States. A part of the Mounds View Public Schools district, the high school is located in a suburban area approximately nine miles north of downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul and includes seven cities with 76,193 residents. As of 2014-15 the school had an enrollment of 1777. The school's enrollment by race/ethnicity breaks down as follows: Asian 13.2%; Black 3.6%; Hispanic 2.6%; White 79.2%; Other 1.4%. It includes grade 9–12 and was founded in 1955. It is one of two high schools that are in the Mounds View Public school district (621), the other being Irondale High School. Most residents of Mounds View, Minnesota, actually attend Irondale High School. Show on map
St. Paul Downtown AirportSt. Paul Downtown Airport (IATA: STP, ICAO: KSTP, FAA LID: STP), also known as Holman Field, is an airport just across the Mississippi River from downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is one of several reliever airports in the Twin Cities operated by the Metropolitan Airports Commission. The airport has three runways and serves aircraft operated by corporations in the local area, a flight training school and the Minnesota Army National Guard aviation unit, as well as transient general aviation aircraft. Show on map
KAAL-TV (Austin)KAAL is the ABC-affiliated television station for the Driftless Area of Southeastern Minnesota and Northeastern Iowa. Licensed to Austin, Minnesota, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 33 (or virtual channel 6.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Grand Meadow Township, Minnesota. Owned by Hubbard Broadcasting, KAAL has studios on 10th Place Northeast (along I-90/U.S. 218) in Austin. Syndicated programming on the station includes Entertainment Tonight, Hot Bench, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Meredith Vieira Show and Rachael Ray among others. In addition to its main signal, KAAL operates a low-powered translator licensed to Mason City, Iowa. This airs a digital signal on UHF channel 33 from a transmitter in Garner, Iowa along U.S. 18. Show on map
Cambridge Medical CenterCambridge Medical Center is a regional health care facility providing comprehensive health care services to more than 30,000 residents in Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. The medical center comprises a multi-specialty clinic and an 86-bed hospital located on one campus. A same day clinic, retail pharmacy, therapy center and eye care center are also located in the facility. Show on map
Madison-Lac Qui Parle County AirportLac qui Parle County Airport (ICAO: KDXX, FAA LID: DXX) is a public use airport in Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota, United States. Also known as Bud Frye Field, it is located two nautical miles (4 km) southeast of the central business district of Madison. The airport opened in 2001 and it is owned by Lac qui Parle County and the cities of Madison and Dawson. Show on map
KRWC-AM (Buffalo)KRWC (1360 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Buffalo, Minnesota, USA. The station is owned by Donnell, Inc. It broadcasts a variety format to Wright County and the greater St. Cloud, Minnesota, area. The station broadcasts oldies and country music, as well as local news, weather, and sports. The station broadcasts CNN Radio news at the top of the hour, as well as content from the Minnesota News Network and Linder Farm Network. Overnight, the station re-broadcasts content from CNN's Headline News. Sundays, the station broadcasts several hours of classic country and polka music. Beginning in 2009, the station became a member of the Minnesota Twins radio network. Show on map
Gustavus Adolphus CollegeGustavus Adolphus College ( /ɡəˌstävəs əˈdôlfəs/, Gus-TAY-Vus ) is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in the town of St. Peter, Minnesota, United States. A four-year, residential institution, Gustavus Adolphus College was founded in 1862 by Swedish Americans and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. To this day the school is firmly rooted in its Swedish and Lutheran heritage. The premier event on campus is the annual Nobel Conference, which features Nobel Laureates and other world-renowned scholars explaining their expertise to a general audience. Gustavus has 170 faculty of which 94% are tenure-track faculty. The student to faculty ratio is 11:1 creating class size of approximately 15. Show on map
Christ ChapelGustavus Adolphus College ( /ɡəˌstävəs əˈdôlfəs/, Gus-TAY-Vus ) is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in the town of St. Peter, Minnesota, United States. A four-year, residential institution, Gustavus Adolphus College was founded in 1862 by Swedish Americans and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. To this day the school is firmly rooted in its Swedish and Lutheran heritage. The premier event on campus is the annual Nobel Conference, which features Nobel Laureates and other world-renowned scholars explaining their expertise to a general audience. Gustavus has 170 faculty of which 94% are tenure-track faculty. The student to faculty ratio is 11:1 creating class size of approximately 15. Show on map
Owatonna Senior High SchoolOwatonna High School (OHS) is a public school in Owatonna, Minnesota, located in the heart of the town. Established in 1877. Construction of the current building started in 1920 and the school was completed in 1921. It is the third high school built in Owatonna. It has just over 1,500 students students and 145 faculty members. Show on map
Minneapolis Community and Technical CollegeMinneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) is a public two-year college located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. With one of the most diverse student populations in Minnesota, MCTC enrolls nearly 13,000 credit students annually and is an active partner in initiatives designed to strengthen the social, economic and cultural vitality of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. It is a part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System (MnSCU), which offers two year associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas in fields of study such as aviation, business, cinema, fine arts, healthcare, information technology, justice systems, and liberal arts. Show on map
Chisago Lakes Senior High SchoolChisago Lakes High School, located in Lindström, Minnesota, serves more than 1,100 students in grades 9-12. The school has earned accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It provides an average curriculum for its students, containing a good variety of electives and all of the state required courses. Chisago Lakes High School offers a fine arts program as well as 24 athletic activities and 20 co-curricular activities. Show on map
Willmar, Willmar Municipal Airport-John L Rice FieldWillmar Municipal Airport (IATA: ILL, ICAO: KBDH, FAA LID: BDH), also known as John L. Rice Field, is a city-owned public-use airport located west of the central business district of Willmar, a city in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The airport opened in 2006 and is located two miles west of a closed airport which operated under the same name (IATA: ILL, ICAO: KILL, FAA LID: ILL). Show on map
Kasson Public LibraryThe Kasson Public Library serves the residents of Kasson, Mantorville and surrounding areas with service area of approximately 12,000 people. The Kasson Public Library is a member of the SELCO regional library system. Show on map
Myers Field AirportCanby Municipal Airport (ICAO: KCNB, FAA LID: CNB), also known as Myers Field, is a public use airport in Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Canby and located one nautical mile (2 km) north of its central business district. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Saint Paul CollegeSaint Paul College - A Community and Technical College, is a two-year college located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States serving more than 11,000 students in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. Saint Paul College is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and University System (MnSCU). The school offers associate degree programs, and certificate & diploma programs in areas such as; accounting, marketing, web design, culinary, carpentry, auto repair, business, fine arts, and nursing. Show on map
Airlake AirportAirlake Airport (ICAO: KLVN, FAA LID: LVN) is a public use airport in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. Owned by the Metropolitan Airports Commission, it is 22 nautical miles (35 km) south of the central business district of Minneapolis. The airport is located near the Twin Cities suburbs of Lakeville and Farmington. This facility is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation reliever airport. Show on map
Apache MallApache Mall is the largest enclosed shopping space in Rochester, Minnesota. It was built in 1969 at the intersection of U.S. Route 52 and U.S. Route 14. The Mall's food court has had free wi-fi access provided by the city's only cable television company, Charter Communications since January 2007. Apache Mall is managed by General Growth Properties, of which filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 16, 2009.In 2014, the mall's Sears store was closed. A Sears Hometown store is planned to open sometime in the near future. Shortly after the Sears was shut down, plans for a Scheels All Sports were announced, as well as an expansion of the building. Show on map
Gonda BuildingThe Gonda Building is a medical building owned by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and designed by Ellerbe Becket Architects and Engineers. It rises 305 feet (93 m) in 21 floors, and was completed in 2001. The Gonda building was the largest building project in the Mayo Clinic’s history, the Leslie & Susan Gonda Building was constructed in three phases to a height of 21 stories. It has the capability to add 10 more floors. Located at the heart of the campus, Gonda is the centerpiece of Mayo’s integrated practice. Show on map
Pequot Lakes High SchoolPequot Lakes High School (PLHS) is a 9-12 high school located a few blocks west of Minnesota State Highway 371 towards the southern end of the city of Pequot Lakes, Minnesota, USA. The school was built at its present location in 1976, and the music wing in the front of the building was completed in 2004. PLHS is the only high school in the Pequot Lakes School District (ISD 186) which includes Pequot Lakes and the surrounding communities of Breezy Point, Crosslake, Jenkins, Ideal Township and parts of northern Nisswa (the majority of Nisswa is in the Brainerd School District). The current principal, Chip Rankin, succeeded John McDonald in 2010. Show on map
Burnsville Senior High SchoolBurnsville High School (BHS) is a four-year public high school located in Burnsville, Minnesota, United States. Burnsville is a southern suburb about 25 minutes outside of St. Paul. The school is part of Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191, which covers most of Burnsville, as well as parts of the surrounding cities Savage and Eagan, and small parts of Shakopee and Apple Valley. A majority of the incoming freshmen come from Eagle Ridge, Metcalf, or Nicollet Middle Schools. The school mascot is Sparky, a humanoid with a fireball for a head. Burnsville High School athletics are a part of the South Suburban Conference. Show on map
Hennepin County Medical CenterHennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) is a Level I trauma center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the county seat of Hennepin County. The primary 455-bed facility is located on five city blocks across the street from U.S. Bank Stadium, with neighborhood clinics in the Minneapolis Whittier and East Lake neighborhoods, and the suburban communities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Golden Valley, St. Anthony and Richfield. Some patients come a long distance to be treated at HCMC because of the recognized trauma surgery specialists, transplant services, stroke specialists, advanced endoscopy/hepatobilliary center, and hyperbaric oxygen chamber. Show on map
Convent of the Visitation SchoolConvent of the Visitation School, also known as Visitation, is an independent, all-girls, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory, school in Minnesota. It is located in Mendota Heights near Saint Paul. Visitation is a coeducational school for grades PreK-grade 6 and all-girls for grades 7-12. Visitation is the only all-girls secondary school in Minnesota. Show on map
Convent of the VisitationConvent of the Visitation School, also known as Visitation, is an independent, all-girls, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory, school in Minnesota. It is located in Mendota Heights near Saint Paul. Visitation is a coeducational school for grades PreK-grade 6 and all-girls for grades 7-12. Visitation is the only all-girls secondary school in Minnesota. Show on map
Eagan High SchoolEagan High School (EHS) is a public high school in east-central Eagan, Minnesota. The school opened in fall of 1989 for ninth grade students and for grades ten through twelve the following year. It is particularly noted for its fine arts programs and use of technology. As of 2007, it has over 2400 students. Show on map
Robbinsdale Cooper High SchoolRobbinsdale Cooper High School is a public secondary school located in New Hope, Minnesota, a northwest suburb of Minneapolis. Cooper, as it is informally referred to, became an IB World School in July 1998, and now offers the IB Middle Years (MYP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs along with a wide variety of courses and curricula suited to the needs of every student. RCHS offers a comprehensive fine arts and music program, as well as many extra-curricular activities including a broad selection of athletics. RCHS is home to about 2000 students.Cooper students and Alumni are referred to as Hawks, after the school's mascot. Show on map
Crystal AirportCrystal Airport (IATA: MIC, ICAO: KMIC, FAA LID: MIC) is a public airport named after the city of Crystal in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. Most of the airport is in the city of Crystal. Portions north of 62nd Avenue are in Brooklyn Park, and the north east corner of the airport is in Brooklyn Center. It is eight miles (13 km) northwest of the central business district of Minneapolis and is owned by the Metropolitan Airports Commission. Show on map
Grand Marais-Cook County AirportGrand Marais/Cook County Airport (IATA: GRM, ICAO: KCKC, FAA LID: CKC) is a county-owned, public-use airport located seven nautical miles (13 km) northwest of the central business district of Grand Marais, a city in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. This airport replaced the former Devil's Track Municipal Airport (FAA: GRM) located on the shore of Devil's Track Lake, one mile (1.6 km) south of the current airport. Show on map
South St Paul Municipal Airport-Richard E Fleming FieldSouth St. Paul Municipal Airport (ICAO: KSGS, FAA LID: SGS), also known as Richard E. Fleming Field or simply Fleming Field, is a city-owned public-use airport located two miles (3 km) south of the central business district of South St. Paul, a city in Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. It is named for Richard E. Fleming, a United States Marine Corps Naval Aviator during World War II who was posthumously awarded a Medal of Honor. Show on map
Minnewaska Area High SchoolMinnewaska Area High School is a public school for grades 9–12 located in Glenwood, Minnesota. The school mascot is the Lakers. Minnewaska is a member of the West Central Conference. The Minnewaska Area School District #2149 was consolidated in 1993 from three Pope County districts: Glenwood/Lowry, Starbuck, and Villard. Consolidation came after several years of cooperation that resulted in the building of the Minnewaska Area High School in 1991 that now serves about ¾ of the county. The Minnewaska Area High School was constructed at a cost of $16,500,000, funded partially with a $6,000,000 grant from the State of Minnesota. Show on map
Glen Lake State SanatoriumGlen Lake Sanatorium, a tuberculosis treatment center serving Hennepin County in Minnesota, opened on January 4, 1916, with a capacity of 50 patients. In 1909, the Minnesota State Legislature had passed a bill authorizing the appointment of county sanatorium boards and appropriating money for the construction of county sanatoriums. Glen Lake Sanatorium was the fifth of fourteen county sanatoria that opened in Minnesota between 1912 and 1918. The sanatorium had its own post office, and the mailing address was Glen Lake Sanatorium, Oak Terrace, Minnesota, until the surrounding area was incorporated into the City of Minnetonka. Show on map
Macalester CollegeMacalester College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, US. It was founded in 1874 as a Presbyterian-affiliated but nonsectarian college. Its first class entered September 15, 1885. Macalester is exclusively an undergraduate four-year institution and enrolled 1,978 students in the fall of 2013 from 50 U.S. states and 90 countries. In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked Macalester as tied for the 23rd best liberal arts college in the United States, 6th for undergraduate teaching at a national liberal arts college, and 19th for best value at a national liberal arts college. Show on map
Metropolitan Stadium (historical)Metropolitan Stadium (often referred to as \"the Met\", \"the Ice Palace\" when the Minnesota Vikings played, \"Met Stadium\", or now \"the Old Met\" to distinguish from the Metrodome) was a sports stadium that once stood in Bloomington, Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Millers minor league baseball team played at Met Stadium from 1956 to 1960. The Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Vikings then played at the \"Met\" from 1961 to 1981. The North American Soccer League soccer team Minnesota Kicks also played there from 1976 to 1981. Show on map
Tartan Senior High SchoolTartan Senior High School is a public secondary school located in Oakdale, Minnesota, United States. It is a member of Independent School District 622. Since its opening in 1971, Tartan has grown to more than 1,800 students supported by 120-plus teachers, administrators, aides, custodians, administrative assistants and other support staff. Tartan offers a comprehensive academic program consisting of core courses as well as a wide range of electives in the fine arts, industrial technologies, business education, world languages and cultures, and others. The school mascot is the Titan and its colors are silver and blue. Show on map
Augsburg CollegeAugsburg College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Upon its founding in 1869, it was a Norwegian-American Lutheran seminary known as Augsburg Seminary. Its first college class began in the fall of 1874. Today, the college enrolls approximately 3000 undergraduate students and 800 graduate students. The school is known for its emphasis on service learning; volunteering in the community is both an instructional strategy and a required part of a student’s coursework. In 2010 Augsburg College was one of the six higher education institutions to receive the Presidential Award for Community Service, sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service. Show on map
Houston County AirportHouston County Airport (ICAO: KCHU, FAA LID: CHU) is a public use airport located three miles (5 km) south of the central business district of Caledonia, a city in Houston County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by Houston County. It serves general aviation for Caledonia and surrounding towns including Spring Grove and Houston. There is no scheduled air service. Show on map
Aerial Lift BridgeThe Aerial Lift Bridge (earlier known as the Aerial Bridge or Aerial Ferry Bridge) is a major landmark in the port city of Duluth, Minnesota. The span began life as an extremely rare transporter bridge — the first of just two such bridges ever constructed in the United States. Originally built in 1905, the bridge was upgraded in 1929–30 to a vertical lift bridge, which is rather uncommon, (although there are six such bridges along Ontario's Welland Canal), and continues to operate today. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 22, 1973. A maritime museum maintained by the United States Army Corps of Engineers exists near the site of the bridge. Show on map
Mayo Clinic Hospital - Saint Marys CampusMayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, Saint Marys Campus is one of two hospitals in Rochester, Minnesota operated by the Mayo Clinic. Together with the Rochester Methodist Campus they form Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester. Show on map
Central High SchoolDuluth Central High School, also known as Central High School, was a secondary school located in Duluth, Minnesota, which educated students in grades ten through twelve until seventh and eighth grades were added after the closing of Washington Junior High School in 1992. The school mascot was the Trojan. It first opened in 1893 in the original building at the intersection of Lake Avenue and Second Street. In 1971, the new Central High School building was built on top of the hill near the intersection of Central Entrance and Pecan Avenue. Show on map
Plummer BuildingThe Plummer Building in Rochester, Minnesota is one of the many architecturally significant buildings on the Mayo Clinic campus. This new \"Mayo Clinic\" building, opened in 1927, added much needed space to the ever expanding Mayo practice. The architect of record is Ellerbe & Co., now Ellerbe Becket. It was the third building designed by the firm for the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic Buildings were listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1969, and the Plummer Building was further designated as U.S. National Historic Landmark a week later, designated as Mayo Clinic Building. Show on map
Minneapolis College of Art and DesignThe Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) is a private, nonprofit four-year and postgraduate college specializing in the visual arts. Located in the Whittier neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, MCAD currently enrolls approximately 700 students offering education in painting, drawing, advertising, entrepreneurial studies, sculpture, printmaking, papermaking, photography, filmmaking, illustration, graphic design, book arts, furniture design, liberal arts, comic art, and sustainable design. MCAD is one of just a few major art schools to offer a major in comic art. Show on map
Henry Sibley High SchoolHenry Sibley High School was founded in 1954. The current school was built in 1971 to serve students in grades 10–12. Today, it serves students in grades 9–12 and houses the district’s administrative offices. It is currently remodeling the main offices, expanding the cafeteria, and remodeling science spaces, thanks to passage of a facilities and technology referendum in 2004. It serves as the public high school for the communities of Mendota Heights, Mendota, Sunfish Lake, Lilydale, West St. Paul and parts of Inver Grove Heights and Eagan. It is a member of the Metro East Conference. Show on map
Luverne, Quentin Aanenson Field AirportLuverne Municipal Airport (ICAO: KLYV, FAA LID: LYV), also known as Quentin Aanenson Field, is a public use airport in Rock County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Luverne and located two nautical miles (4 km) south of its central business district. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Although many U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned LYV by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
KKWS-FM (Wadena)KKWS (105.9 FM \"SuperStation K106\") is a radio station that broadcasts a Country music format. Licensed to Wadena, Minnesota, United States, it serves central and northern Minnesota. The station is owned and operated by Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. KKWS is located at 201½ South Jefferson Street, in Wadena, along with sister stations KWAD and KNSP. Hubbard Broadcasting announced on November 13, 2014 that it would purchase the Omni Broadcasting stations, including KKWS. The sale was completed on February 27, 2015, at a purchase price of $8 million for the 16 stations and one translator. Show on map
Leech Lake Tribal CollegeThe Leech Lake Tribal College is a regionally accredited two-year public non-profit higher education institution awarding associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe established Leech Lake Tribal College by Tribal Resolution in July 1990. For two years, courses were offered in extension from the University of Minnesota at Duluth, Bemidji State University, Itasca and Brainerd Community Colleges. Show on map
KQAD-AM (Luverne)KQAD (800 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format. Licensed to Luverne, Minnesota, USA, the station serves the Luverne and Rock Rapids areas. The station is currently owned by Digity, LLC, through licensee Digity 3E License, LLC. The station play lite hits from the 1960s to the present. Ron Cote hosts the morning show, Bruce Thalhuber is the afternoon host and Andy Gott is on evenings. The station covers local news from Luverne and Rock Rapids, and covers Luverne Cardinal High School sports, with \"the Voice Of The Cardinals\", Bruce Thalhuber. Show on map
Bemidji-Beltrami County AirportBemidji Regional Airport (IATA: BJI, ICAO: KBJI, FAA LID: BJI) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northwest of the central business district of Bemidji, a city in Beltrami County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the city of Bemidji and Beltrami County. The airport is mostly used for general aviation. It is served by SkyWest Airlines, operating under the Delta Connection banner for Delta Air Lines. In July 2010, work began on an $8.9 million airport terminal expansion and renovation project that would double the size of the terminal. Show on map
Maple Lake Municipal AirportMaple Lake Municipal Airport (ICAO: KMGG, FAA LID: MGG) is a city-owned, public-use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) northeast of the central business district of Maple Lake, a city in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. It is located on Maple Lake and is also known as Maple Lake Municipal Airport & Seaplane Base. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Maple Lake Municipal Airport is assigned MGG by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned MGG to Margarima, Papua New Guinea). Show on map
Bridge of HopeThe Bridge of Hope is a concrete girder bridge that spans the Mississippi River between Sartell, Minnesota and Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. The bridge was completed eight months early, aided by favorable weather and trouble-free construction. It was built in 1995 and was designed by Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Jim Hill Group. The bridge is named in honor of Jacob Wetterling, a boy who was abducted from St. Joseph, Minnesota in 1989. The name was chosen by a group of high school students who wanted to memorialize Wetterling and other missing children. Show on map
Winona Municipal Airport-Max Conrad FieldWinona Municipal Airport (IATA: ONA, ICAO: KONA, FAA LID: ONA), also known as Max Conrad Field, is a public airport located three miles (five km) northwest of the central business district (CBD) of Winona, Minnesota and adjacent to Goodview along the Mississippi River, in Winona County, Minnesota, USA. It serves general aviation for Winona and the surrounding area. The airport covers 575 acres (233 ha) and has two runways. There is currently no scheduled air service, Mississippi Valley Airlines offered scheduled air service using DHC-6 Twin Otters in the 1970s. Show on map
Mendota BridgeThe Mendota Bridge (full name Fort Snelling – Mendota Bridge) carries Minnesota State Highway 55 over the Minnesota River between Fort Snelling and Mendota Heights. It is the final bridge over the Minnesota River before the Minnesota flows into the Mississippi River at the \"Meeting of the waters\" or \"Mendota\" in the Dakota language. Traffic on the north end of the bridge may turn onto the Fort Road Bridge (MN 5) to cross the Mississippi River into St. Paul, Minnesota. The skylines of both Minneapolis and St. Paul can be seen simultaneously from the bridge. Show on map
Princeton Municipal AirportPrinceton Municipal Airport (ICAO: KPNM, FAA LID: PNM) is a city-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) southwest of the central business district of Princeton, a city in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, United States. This airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (2009-2013), which categorizes it as a general aviation airport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned PNM by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
KDHL-AM (Faribault)KDHL (920 AM, \"The Mighty 920\") is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Country format. Licensed to Faribault, Minnesota, USA, the station is currently owned by Townsquare Media and features programming from ABC News Radio. On August 30, 2013, a deal was announced in which Townsquare Media would acquire 53 stations from Cumulus Media, including KDHL, for $238 million. The deal is part of Cumulus' acquisition of Dial Global; Townsquare and Dial Global are both controlled by Oaktree Capital Management. The sale to Townsquare was completed on November 14, 2013. Show on map
KROC-FM (Rochester)KROC-FM (106.9 FM) is a radio station serving Rochester, Minnesota. The station's transmitter is located near the Minnesota-Iowa border and has difficulty reaching some of the lower-lying areas of Rochester, which is in a valley. To fill in the gaps, KROC has an additional translator, K292EM 106.3, in the city. The station is owned by Townsquare Media. It airs a Top 40 (CHR) music format. The station features the on-air talents of Dunken & Samm in the morning, Megan Kennedy from 10-2p, Scotty Matthews from 2-7pm, and Lisa Paige from 7p-midnight. Show on map
Forest History CenterThe Forest History Center is one of 26 sites run by the Minnesota Historical Society. Located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, the center focuses on displaying the historical and cultural impact that Minnesota's forests have had on people and the community. Historically, logging was a large economic driver, presently there is a large use of Minnesota forests for recreational purposes. The center allows visitors to see this changing relationship through exhibits, films, tours, historical reenactments, and other educational and recreational programs. Show on map
Hutchinson Municipal AirportHutchinson Municipal Airport (ICAO: KHCD, FAA LID: HCD), also known as Butler Field, is a public airport located two miles (3 km) south of the central business district of Hutchinson, a city in McLeod County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Hutchinson. The airport is home to the Civil Air Patrol and LifeLink Emergency Air Transport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Hutchinson Municipal Airport is assigned HCD by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Winona State UniversityWinona State University (WSU) is a public university located along the historical heart of Winona, Minnesota, United States. Winona State University was founded as Winona Normal School in 1858 and is the oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. It is notable as the first university to be established West of the Mississippi River. Show on map
Yellow Medicine East High SchoolYellow Medicine East High School is a small town high school (grades 9-12) located at 450 9th Avenue, Granite Falls, Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota. As of the 2009-2010 academic year, the school had 263 students. The school mascot is the \"Sting,\" which resembles the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket. The Yellow Medicine East school district is the result of the merger of neighboring communities' schools. The majority of students from Granite Falls, Clarkfield, Hazel Run, Hanley Falls, Echo attend Yellow Medicine East Schools. Show on map
MacCray High SchoolMACCRAY High School is a public high school located in Clara City, Minnesota. It is part of the MACCRAY school district, a consolidation between Maynard, Clara City, and Raymond to create one unified school district. MACCRAY High School was the first school in Minnesota to go to a four-day school week. They started the four-day week at the beginning of the 2008/09 school year. They have Mondays off. Their Mascot is the Wolverines. Their boys' basketball team finished third in the state tournament during the 2010/11 basketball season. Show on map
Saint Francis High SchoolSaint Francis High School (SFHS) is a high school located in St. Francis, Minnesota. It is part of ISD 15 and covers about 165 square miles. Independent School District 15 includes the cities of St. Francis, Bethel, East Bethel, Oak Grove, portions of Andover and Nowthen, as well as portions of Athens and Stanford townships. The district is supported by a population of over 26,000 and annually educates about 6,000 people. There are three elementary schools (K-5) and one middle school (6-8) that send students to the high school. Show on map
Granite Falls Municipal Airport/Lenzen-Roe Memorial FieldGranite Falls Municipal Airport (ICAO: KGDB, FAA LID: GDB, formerly 1G2), also known as Lenzen-Roe Memorial Field, is a public-use airport in Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Granite Falls and located four nautical miles (7 km) south of its central business district. The airport is situated near State Highway 23. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned GDB by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA Show on map
New Ulm Municipal AirportNew Ulm Municipal Airport (IATA: ULM, ICAO: KULM, FAA LID: ULM) is a public airport located two statute miles (3 km) west of the central business district (CBD) of New Ulm, a city in Brown County, Minnesota, USA. This general aviation airport covers 195 acres (79 ha) and has two runways. Operational since September 1945, scheduled airline service was once available on Midwest Aviation, also known as Lake State Airways, though today only charter flights are offered by the city's New Ulm Flight Service, founded in the 1960s. Show on map
Mounds Park AcademyMounds Park Academy, founded in 1982, is an independent, PreK-12, co-educational, college preparatory day school in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States, serving students from throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The school is accredited by and is a member of the Independent Schools Association of the Central States. It is also a member of the National Association of Independent Schools and The College Board. The school is a 246,000-square-foot (22,900 m2) facility, on a campus of more than 32 acres (130,000 m2). Show on map
Crossroads CollegeCrossroads College (originally International Christian Bible College and later Minnesota Bible College) was a four-year, coeducational Christian college in Rochester, Minnesota, United States. It was founded in 1913 and closed in 2016. Crossroads was nondenominational, drawing students from a variety of Christian denominations, especially Christian churches and churches of Christ. Show on map
Keller Golf CourseKeller Golf Course is a classic parkland golf course in Maplewood, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul. The course is historically significant for its long association with the early days of professional golf; it hosted the PGA Tour's St. Paul Open from 1930 to 1968; two majors, the 1932 and 1954 PGA Championships; the 1949 Western Open (a near-major at the time), and in the 1970s, the LPGA Tour's Patty Berg Classic. The course was renovated by architect Richard Mandell and reopened in 2014 after a 2-year closure. Show on map
Har Mar Mall Shopping CenterHar Mar Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Roseville, Minnesota, a suburb of the Twin Cities. Har Mar Mall comprises over 430,000 square feet (40,000 m2) of retail space and is anchored by Burlington Coat Factory, Cub Foods, HomeGoods, and Marshalls. The mall contains 45 tenants, including several national chains, such as Barnes & Noble, David's Bridal, and Staples Inc. Show on map
Aitkin Municipal AirportAitkin Municipal Airport (ICAO: KAIT, FAA LID: AIT), also known as Steve Kurtz Field, is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northeast of the central business district of Aitkin, a city in Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the County & City of Aitkin. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned AIT by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned AIT to Aitutaki, Cook Islands). Show on map
Clemens StadiumClemens Stadium is a football stadium located in Collegeville, Minnesota. The stadium serves as the host stadium to Saint John's University football, track and field teams and other intramural activities. Saint John's Preparatory School's football and track and field teams also use Clemens Stadium as their home facility. Popularly referred to as \"The Natural Bowl,\" Clemens Stadium was named one of ten Sports Illustrated \"College Football Dream Destinations\" in 1999 for its natural beauty and large crowds. Show on map
Little Falls, Little Falls/Morrison County Airport-Lindbergh FieldLittle Falls/Morrison County Airport (ICAO: KLXL, FAA LID: LXL), also known as Lindbergh Field, is a public airport located two miles (3 km) south of the central business district of Little Falls, a city in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Little Falls and Morrison County. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Little Falls/Morrison County Airport is assigned LXL by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Northeast LibraryNortheast Library is a public library in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Hennepin County Library system. Since opening in 1973, Northeast Library at 2200 Central Avenue Northeast in Minneapolis serves a vibrant metropolitan community, Northeast, Minneapolis. At 15,275 square feet, the space held about 30,000 books and featured a fireplace to welcome patrons in winter. The 1973 building was itself a replacement for a Carnegie library which was on the site from 1915 until 1972. Show on map
Grand Marais-Cook County Seaplane BaseGrand Marais/Cook County Seaplane Base (FAA LID: 0G5) is a county-owned, public-use seaplane base located six nautical miles (11 km) northwest of the central business district of Grand Marais, a city in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. It is located on the shore of Devil's Track Lake and was formerly part of Devil's Track Municipal Airport (FAA: GRM). That airport had a runway which closed after the opening of Grand Marais/Cook County Airport (FAA: CKC), located one mile (1.6 km) to the north. Show on map
Great Lakes Floating Maritime MuseumWilliam Adolph Irvin (December 7, 1873 - January 1, 1952) was the president of U.S. Steel. Show on map
Buffalo Municipal AirportBuffalo Municipal Airport (ICAO: KCFE, FAA LID: CFE) is a city-owned, public-use airport located two miles (3 km) southeast of the central business district of Buffalo, a city in Wright County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Buffalo Municipal Airport is assigned CFE by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned CFE to Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport in Clermont-Ferrand, Auvergne, France). Show on map
KGHS-AM (International Falls)KGHS (1230 AM) is a local radio station in International Falls, Minnesota, broadcasting at 1230 with 460 watts. KGHS carries Dial Global's \"Good Time Oldies\" format, via satellite. It also carries local news and information programming. Its one transmitting tower is east of town. The studios are at 519 Third Street, with sister station KSDM. KGHS first went on the air in 1959. The music format at that time was a mixture of just about any and everything from country, instrumentals, big bands, etc. Show on map
Webber Park LibraryWebber Park Library is a public library in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Its primary service area is the Camden, Minneapolis community. The library was one of thirteen branch libraries established under the leadership of Gratia Countryman, the chief librarian of the Minneapolis Public Library from 1904 to 1936. After starting as a delivery station in a drugstore and being housed in two buildings within Webber Park, it is now (2014) in temporary quarters until a new building can be built. Show on map
Silver Bay Municipal AirportSilver Bay Municipal Airport (ICAO: KBFW, FAA LID: BFW) is a city-owned public-use airport located close to Silver Bay, a city in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. This airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (2009-2013), which categorizes it as a general aviation airport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned BFW by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Bethlehem AcademyBethlehem Academy, also known as B.A., is a private, Roman Catholic high school for grades six through twelve located in Faribault, Minnesota. It is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and is sponsored by the Sinsinawa Dominican Congregation of the Most Holy Rosary. Bethlehem Academy is commonly recognized for its volleyball team which has made eleven state tournament appearances since 2002 and won the Class A State Championship title seven times. Show on map
Camp LacupolisCamp Lacupolis is an unincorporated community in Pepin Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States, along the Mississippi River and Lake Pepin. The community is located between Lake City and Wabasha along U.S. Highway 61 near 223rd Avenue. Nearby places include Lake City, Wabasha, Maple Springs, and Reads Landing. It is a historic fishing community along the Mississippi River and Lake Pepin known for its resorts. The name Camp Lacupolis means \"Camp Lake City\" in Greek. Show on map
Park Center Senior High SchoolPark Center Senior High School (PCSH) is a four-year public high school located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota on 7300 Brooklyn Blvd. PCSH is located near the border of two northwest twin cities suburbs, Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center, thus the school name \"Park Center\" is a combination of these city names. The principal is Heather Miller-Cink. Park Center Senior High's mascot is a pirate and the school's sports teams are known as the Pirates. The school's colors are green and gold. Show on map
Buffalo High SchoolBuffalo High School is located in Buffalo, Minnesota, Minnesota, United States off the intersection of County Road 35 and Dague Avenue There are three communities contributing students, Buffalo, Minnesota, Hanover, Minnesota, and Montrose, Minnesota, that has helped BHS grow into a large school of 1,984 students (Senior Class: 479) (Junior Class: 464) (Sophomore Class: 554) (Freshmen Class: 487) according to the 2016-2017 school year, with a staff of approximately 375. Show on map
Cloquet Carlton County AirportCloquet Carlton County Airport (ICAO: KCOQ, FAA LID: COQ) is a county-owned public-use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of Cloquet, a city in Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned COQ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned COQ to Choibalsan Airport in Choibalsan, Mongolia). Show on map
Cambridge Municipal AirportCambridge Municipal Airport (ICAO: KCBG, FAA LID: CBG) is a city-owned, public-use airport located two miles (3 km) southwest of the central business district of Cambridge, a city in Isanti County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned CBG by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned CBG to Cambridge Airport in Cambridge, England, United Kingdom). Show on map
Galtier Plaza Shopping CenterCray Plaza (formerly Galtier Plaza), located in the Lowertown neighborhood of Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, provides space for working, living, eating, and recreating on one square city block opened in 1986. Features include 365 apartments, 121 luxury condominiums, 16 townhomes, a YMCA facility, 192,000 square feet (17,800 m2) of retail and restaurant space, 100,000 square feet (9,300 m2) of office space, and an 5-level underground parking garage for 829 cars. Show on map
WCCO-TV (Minneapolis)WCCO-TV, channel 4, is a CBS owned-and-operated television station, licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA and serving the Twin Cities television market. WCCO-TV's studios are located on South 11th Street in downtown Minneapolis, and its transmitter is located at the Telefarm complex in Shoreview, Minnesota. WCCO-TV's programming is also seen on two full-power satellite stations: KCCO-TV (channel 7) in Alexandria, Minnesota; and KCCW-TV (channel 12) in Walker, Minnesota. Show on map
Minneapolis-St Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain AirportMinneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (IATA: MSP, ICAO: KMSP, FAA LID: MSP) is a joint civil-military public use international airport. Located in a portion of Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, outside of any city or school district, within 10 miles (16 km) of both downtown Minneapolis and downtown Saint Paul, it is the largest and busiest airport in the six-state Upper Midwest region of Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Show on map
Wadena Municipal AirportWadena Municipal Airport (ICAO: KADC, FAA LID: ADC) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district of Wadena, a city in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Wadena. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Wadena Municipal Airport is assigned ADC by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned ADC to Andakombe, Papua New Guinea). Show on map
Assumption ChapelAssumption Chapel, also known as the Grasshopper Chapel, was built in petition for relief from the Grasshopper Plagues of the 1870s. The Chapel is situated on the top of a hill on the outskirts of Cold Spring, Minnesota. Pilgrimage Road winds up the steep hill first lined with huge lilac bushes and then shrouded by enormous trees. The top of the hill is covered with lush grass and more trees. In the midst of a clearing in the trees stands the granite form of the Chapel. Show on map
Albert Lea Municipal AirportAlbert Lea Municipal Airport (IATA: AEL, ICAO: KAEL, FAA LID: AEL) is a city-owned, public-use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) north of the central business district of the city of Albert Lea, in Freeborn County, Minnesota, United States. Albert Lea Municipal Airport was recently granted over $3 million in federal economic stimulus funds to relocate the main runway. The announcement follows another recent grant to rehabilitate the airport's crosswind runway. Show on map
Scotts Seaplane BaseScotts Seaplane Base (ICAO: KCDD, FAA LID: CDD) is a public use seaplane base located in the community of Crane Lake, in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It is privately owned by Darrell Scott and is also known at Scott's Seaplane Base. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Scotts Seaplane Base is assigned CDD by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned CDD to Cauquira, Honduras). Show on map
Lakeville South High SchoolLakeville South High School (LSHS) is a high school located Lakeville, Minnesota, United States. To meet the needs of a growing population, in the early 2000s the district began construction of LSHS. LSHS enrolled students for the first time in fall 2005. The school is a member of Minnesota Independent School District 194 (Lakeville Area Public Schools), and is affiliated with the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). The school is a member of the South Suburban Conference. Show on map
Hopkins High SchoolHopkins High School is a public high school located in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a southwestern suburb of Minneapolis. It offers classes for grades 10, 11, and 12. Hopkins High School is part of the Hopkins School District 270 and draws students from the city of Hopkins, central and eastern parts of Minnetonka, western Edina, northern Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, western St. Louis Park, and southern Plymouth. (Minnetonka High School draws students from western Minnetonka.) Show on map
Community of Peace AcademyCommunity of Peace Academy (CPA) is a chartered public school located in the East Side of Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. Founded in 1995, this former K-5 school has now grown to be a PreK-12 school with over 700 students. In 2004 CPA earned the National School of Character Award, and is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as one of seven examples of a great school. The school participates in the University of Minnesota's College in the Schools program. Show on map
Grand Rapids High SchoolGrand Rapids High School is a four year public high school located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on 800 Conifer Drive. GRHS offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, and has one of the few competitive field show marching band programs north of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. GRHS' Student Council and the school facility served as the host of the 2010 Minnesota Student Council State Convention in April. The Theme was \"Survivor Northwoods: Leadership By Nature\" Show on map
Cisco Post Office (historical)Cisco is a place name for the remnants of a former unincorporated community located along the Soo Line Railroad and US 59 in the NW 1/4 of Section 11 of Badger Township, 149 North, Range 42 West, in Polk County, United States, approximately four miles north of the city of Erskine, and about the same distance south of the city of Brooks. Cisco was still in use as a place name by local people as late as 1990, but now is but a dim memory among some of the old-timers. Show on map
Crown CollegeCrown College is a private Christian college in St. Bonifacius, an exurb of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The College is also a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). Show on map
Breck SchoolBreck School is an independent college-preparatory preK–12 school in Golden Valley, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. It was founded in 1886 and is affiliated with the Episcopal Church. The school includes a Lower School consisting of grades preschool through four, a Middle School consisting of grades five through eight, and an Upper School consisting of grades nine through twelve. Breck School is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools. Show on map
Orr Regional AirportOrr Regional Airport (ICAO: KORB, FAA LID: ORB) is a city-owned public-use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of Orr, a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned ORB by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned ORB to Örebro Airport in Örebro, Sweden). Show on map
Chet Anderson StadiumChet Anderson Stadium is the stadium at Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minnesota. In 1939 a federal grant enabled Bemidji State to build new athletic facilities. The first game held was against Concordia College, Moorhead on September 27, 1940. Through various expansions of the years, the capacity currently sits at 5,000. On October 5, 1996, the stadium was officially renamed in honor of Chester Anderson, head football coach from 1955 to 1965. Show on map
Winona Public LibraryThe Winona Public Library is the public library serving Winona, Minnesota, United States. It is a member of Southeastern Libraries Cooperating, a Minnesota library region. Housed in an 1899 Neoclassical building, the Winona Public Library was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 for having local significance in architecture and education. It is Minnesota's oldest library to continuously operate in a purpose-built facility. Show on map
Miller Hill MallMiller Hill Mall is a shopping mall located in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. It is located on U.S. Highway 53 where it intersects Trinity Road. The mall, owned by Simon Property Group, features JCPenney, Sears and Younkers as its anchor stores, as well as Barnes & Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Ulta, and DSW Shoe Warehouse, more than 100 other retailers and a food court. Dining options include Applebee's, Noodles & Company, Chipotle, and Leeann Chin. Show on map
Saint Cloud State UniversitySt. Cloud State University (SCSU) is a public university founded in 1869 above the Beaver Islands on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States. The university is one of the largest schools in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system, which is the largest provider of higher education in Minnesota. A regional comprehensive university, St. Cloud State has more than 15,400 students and nearly 110,000 alumni. Show on map
Halenbeck HallSt. Cloud State University (SCSU) is a public university founded in 1869 above the Beaver Islands on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States. The university is one of the largest schools in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system, which is the largest provider of higher education in Minnesota. A regional comprehensive university, St. Cloud State has more than 15,400 students and nearly 110,000 alumni. Show on map
Friends School of MinnesotaThe Friends School of Minnesota (FSMN) is a Kindergarten through Eighth Grade (K-8) independent school located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. Founded in 1988 by area Quakers and peace activists, the goal of the school is to meet \"children’s intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs in an environment that nurtures their social consciousness.\" FSMN is fully accredited through the Independent Schools Association of the Central States Show on map
Shakopee High SchoolShakopee High School is a three-year public high school located in Shakopee, Minnesota, a southwest suburb of Minneapolis. The school district serves nearly 8,000 students in Shakopee, Savage, Prior Lake, and the Jackson, Louisville, and Sand Creek Townships. The district is located in one of the fastest growing suburbs in the Twin Cities. Plans to expand the high school are currently ongoing and the addition will open in the fall of 2018. Show on map
Warroad International-Swede Carlson FieldWarroad International Memorial Airport (IATA: RRT, ICAO: KRRT, FAA LID: RRT), also known as Swede Carlson Field, is a public use airport in Roseau County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Warroad and located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of its central business district. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Fergus Falls Municipal/Einar Mickelson FieldFergus Falls Municipal Airport (IATA: FFM, ICAO: KFFM, FAA LID: FFM), also known as Einar Mickelson Field, is a public airport located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district (CBD) of Fergus Falls, a city in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, USA. The airport covers 731 acres (296 ha) and has two runways. It is primarily used for general aviation. The airport was formerly served by Northwest Airlink and United Express. Show on map
Denfeld High SchoolDuluth Denfeld High School, also known as Denfeld High School, is one of two high schools in Duluth, Minnesota, along with Duluth East as of 2011 after the closure of Duluth Central. Serving over 1000 students from grades nine to twelve, Denfeld High School has become a West Duluth landmark. The school is known for its architecture, including a historic auditorium and a 120-foot clock tower visible from Grand Avenue. Show on map
Rocori High SchoolROCORI High School is a high school that serves three Minnesota towns, whose names form the acronym \"ROCORI\": Rockville, Cold Spring, and Richmond. The school is located in Cold Spring, Minnesota about twenty miles southwest of St. Cloud. The school received its greatest media attention for a school shooting that left two students dead. It is also noted for having the first winter drumline/indoor percussion ensemble in history. Show on map
Como Park Senior High SchoolComo Park Senior High School (CPSHS or commonly known as CPHS) is a public high school located in the Lake Como area of Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, serving grades nine through twelve. Along with six other public high schools, Como Park comprises the Saint Paul Public Schools. Newsweek ranked the school in their \"List of the Top High Schools in America\" for the fourth time in five years (2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010). Show on map
WMFG-FM (Hibbing)WMFG-FM (106.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format. Licensed to Hibbing, Minnesota, USA, the station serves the Hibbing area. The station is currently owned by Midwest Communications, and features programming from Classic Hits Radio . Midwest also owns six radio stations on the Iron Range: KMFG, WMFG, WNMT, WTBX and WUSZ. All six stations share the same studio location at 807 W. 37th Street, Hibbing. Show on map
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Holy Family Catholic High SchoolHoly Family Catholic High School is a co-educational high school in Victoria, Minnesota. The school was opened in the fall of 2000 to an inaugural school of freshman and sophomore students. Today, the school educates students in grades nine through twelve, offering a complete extra and co-curricular program. Holy Family provides curricular programs for students in grades 9–12 and co-curricular activities in grades 5–12. Show on map
Winona Senior High SchoolWinona Senior High School is a publicly funded high school in Winona, in Winona County, which is located in southeastern Minnesota. The high school has a population of over 1200 students in grades 9-12. The school's mascot is \"Herky,\" the Winhawk. The school is part of the Winona Area Public Schools (Independent School District #861). Notable alumni Show on map
Cedar Avenue BridgeThe Cedar Avenue Bridge carries Minnesota State Highway 77 across the Minnesota River between the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs of Bloomington and Eagan, Minnesota. The two parallel crossings for northbound and southbound lanes are respectively 5,159 feet (1,572 m) and 5,185 feet (1,580 m) in length. It was built in 1979, superseding an older swing bridge by the same name that was composed of low-lying truss segments. Show on map
Minneapolis Convention CenterThe Minneapolis Convention Center is a large convention center located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is located one block away from Nicollet Mall near Orchestra Hall. The Minneapolis Convention Center has a quadruple-domed roof and because of its volume can host multiple events on the same day. The Minneapolis Convention Center is also the largest indoor, contiguous, convention center in the Upper Midwest. Show on map
Grand Rapids/Itasca County Airport-Gordon Newstrom FieldGrand Rapids–Itasca County Airport (IATA: GPZ, ICAO: KGPZ), also known as Gordon Newstrom Field or Gordy Newstrom Field, is a public airport located two miles (3 km) southeast of the central business district (CBD) of Grand Rapids, a city in Itasca County, Minnesota, USA. The airport covers 1,400 acres (567 ha) and has three runways. Scheduled commercial flights via Mesaba Airlines were discontinued in March 2004. Show on map
Marshall Senior High SchoolMarshall Senior High School is a public high school located in Marshall, Minnesota. The school educates students in grades 9 to 12. This high school received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on the students' test scores. In 2011, the 10th grade reading scores and the 11th grade science scores were both above the state average. However, the 11th grade math scores were 3% below the Minnesota state average. Show on map
Maple Grove Senior High SchoolMaple Grove Senior High School (MGSH) is a public grades 9–12 high school located in Maple Grove, Minnesota, at 9800 Fernbrook Lane North. It is one of three high schools in the Osseo School District (279). Its feeder schools are Maple Grove Middle School and Osseo Middle School. The school currently includes 9th-12th grade since September 2015. Previously, 9th graders in the district attended junior high school. Show on map
Baudette International AirportBaudette International Airport (IATA: BDE, ICAO: KBDE, FAA LID: BDE) is a county-owned, public-use airport located one mile (2 km) north of the central business district of Baudette, a city in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, United States. Also known as Baudette International Airport & Seaplane Base, it is located on the Rainy River, which is the border between Minnesota in the U.S. and Ontario in Canada. Show on map
Apple Valley High SchoolApple Valley High School (AVHS), is a public four-year high school in Apple Valley, Minnesota. It is one of the four high schools serving Independent School District 196 (Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District). The school was completed in 1976 as the second high school added to the district. It is also affiliated with the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). Show on map
Waseca Municipal AirportWaseca Municipal Airport (ICAO: KACQ, FAA LID: ACQ) is a public airport located two miles (3 km) west of the central business district of Waseca, in Waseca County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the City of Waseca. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Waseca Municipal Airport is assigned ACQ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Litchfield Municipal AirportLitchfield Municipal Airport (ICAO: KLJF, FAA LID: LJF) is a city-owned public use airport located two nautical miles (3.7 km) southeast of the central business district of Litchfield, a city in Meeker County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned LJF by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
East High SchoolDuluth East High School, also known as East High School, is a public secondary school in Duluth, Minnesota. It educates students in grades nine through twelve. It first opened its doors in 1927, as a junior high school. In 1950, it became a senior high school to serve the growing student population. Situated in a residential neighborhood in eastern Duluth, Duluth East served 1,550 students during the 2013-2014 school year. Show on map
Blake SchoolThe Blake School is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian PK-12 college preparatory school, established in 1900. Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) being in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6-8), and half of the lower school being in Hopkins, Minnesota; and the other half of the lower school being in Wayzata, Minnesota. Show on map
Minnesota State University - MoorheadMinnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM) is a four-year, public university located in Moorhead, Minnesota. The school has an enrollment of 6,624 students and 266 full-time faculty members. MSUM is a part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MSUM is located on the western border of Minnesota on the Red River of the North in Moorhead; across the river lies Fargo, North Dakota. Show on map
Science Museum of MinnesotaThe Science Museum of Minnesota is an American museum focused on topics in technology, natural history, physical science, and mathematics education. Founded in 1907 and located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution is staffed by over 600 employees and over 1,600 volunteers. The museum's mission statement is to \"Turn on the science: Inspire learning. Inform policy. Improve lives.\" Show on map
Longville Municipal AirportLongville Municipal Airport (ICAO: KXVG, FAA LID: XVG) is a city-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) northeast of the central business district of Longville, a city in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned XVG by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
KLTF-AM (Little Falls)KLTF (960 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Little Falls, Minnesota, USA. It serves the entire Morrison County area. KLTF is located in a studio facility at 16405 Haven Road, with its two sister stations. The station is currently owned by Little Falls Radio Corporation, and features programming from Cumulus Media, Fox Sports Radio and Salem Communications. Show on map
Irondale High SchoolIrondale High School is a public high school located in New Brighton, Minnesota. A part of the Mounds View Public Schools district, the high school is located in a suburban area approximately ten miles north of downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Irondale made headlines in late 2011 when it introduced its Early College program, which began with the 2012-2013 school year. The program, run in conjunction with Anoka-Ramsey Community College, will allow students to graduate in four years with both a high school diploma and an associate's degree. This program prompted a visit from US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who praised Minnesota's efforts to further education. Show on map
Regions HospitalRegions Hospital is a teaching hospital located in St. Paul, Minnesota, part of the HealthPartners system. The hospital is an ACS verified Level I Trauma Center for both children and adults, and was Minnesota's first pediatric level one trauma center. Regions Hospital is a leading, full-service, private, nonprofit hospital, with special programs in heart, cancer, behavioral health, burn, orthopedics, emergency and trauma. Show on map
Lake Elmo AirportLake Elmo Airport (FAA LID: 21D) is a public airport located just outside the city of Lake Elmo in Washington County, Minnesota, about 12 miles east of the central business district (CBD) of St. Paul. The airport covers 640 acres (259 ha) and has two runways. There are 74,227 takeoffs and landings annually and 183 aircraft are based at the facility. It is also home to a Civil Air Patrol squadron. Show on map
Split Rock LighthouseSplit Rock Lighthouse is a lighthouse located southwest of Silver Bay, Minnesota, USA on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The structure was designed by lighthouse engineer Ralph Russell Tinkham and was completed in 1910 by the United States Lighthouse Service at a cost of $75,000, including the buildings and the land. It is considered one of the most picturesque lighthouses in the United States. Show on map
WCMP-FM (Pine City)WCMP-FM (100.9 FM, \"Cool Country 100.9 FM\") is a radio station licensed to serve Pine City, Minnesota. It airs a Country music format. It is owned by Red Rock Radio, and has studios at 15429 Pokegama Lake Rd. This facility is shared with sister station WCMP (AM). The station was assigned the WCMP-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on August 9, 1979, originally at 92.1 FM. Show on map
Saint Olaf CollegeSt. Olaf College is a coeducational, residential, four-year, private liberal arts college in Northfield, Minnesota, United States. It was founded in 1874 by a group of Norwegian-American immigrant pastors and farmers, led by Pastor Bernt Julius Muus. The college is named after the King and the Patron Saint Olaf II of Norway and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Show on map
Spring Lake Park High SchoolSpring Lake Park High School (SLPHS) is a public high school in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota and is the only high school serving Spring Lake Park Schools (MN ISD 16). The school enrolls 1,5262 students drawn primarily from the Minneapolis suburb of Spring Lake Park as well as parts of the suburbs of Blaine and Fridley. The Spring Lake Park Panthers are part of the North Suburban Conference. Show on map
Roy Wilkins AuditoriumRoy Wilkins Auditorium is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena in St. Paul, Minnesota. Designed by the renowned African-American municipal architect Clarence W. Wigington, it was built in 1932 as the St. Paul Auditorium and was renamed for Roy Wilkins in 1985. It is part of the RiverCentre complex, down the hall from the Xcel Energy Center, home of the National Hockey League's Minnesota Wild. Show on map
Marshall SchoolMarshall School is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory day school in Duluth, Minnesota for students in grades 4 through 12. Students of diverse socioeconomic, religious, ethnic and racial backgrounds from a variety of geographic areas attend the school. Marshall School is sometimes referred to as Duluth Marshall at Minnesota State High School League athletic tournaments. Show on map
North Hennepin Community CollegeNorth Hennepin Community College, also known as NHCC, was founded in 1966, is one of the largest and most diverse community colleges in Minnesota. It is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, the fifth largest system of higher education in the United States. It is located at the intersection of 85th Avenue North and West Broadway in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Show on map
Finn Creek MuseumFinn Creek Open Air Museum is a Finnish-American open-air museum. It is located approximately 6 miles SE of New York Mills, Minnesota. The museum documents the early Finnish immigrants' lifestyles and experiences in the New York Mills area. The museum hosts an annual festival in late August that highlights music, food, and entertainment that reflects the Finnish-American experience. Show on map
Byron High SchoolByron High School is located on the north side of Byron, Minnesota. It serves students in Byron and parts of neighboring areas. Construction of a new Byron High School building was completed in the fall of 2006. Its mascot is the Bear and the athletic teams are consistently strong in football, boys' basketball, boys' and girls' track, boys' cross-country, boys' soccer and wrestling. Show on map
Jackson Municipal AirportJackson Municipal Airport (IATA: MJQ, ICAO: KMJQ, FAA LID: MJQ) is a city-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles (2.3 mi, 3.7 km) north of the central business district of Jackson, a city in Jackson County, Minnesota, United States. It is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Norwegian Lutheran Memorial ChurchThe Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church of Minneapolis (Norwegian Den Norske Lutherske Mindekirke), better known as Mindekirken, is a Lutheran church in Minneapolis in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is one of two American churches still using Norwegian as a primary liturgical language, the other being Minnekirken in Chicago, Illinois. King Harald V of Norway is the church's patron. Show on map
Maple Grove Junior High SchoolISD 279-Osseo Area Schools is a school system in Hennepin County, Minnesota. ISD 279 provides public education from the primary to secondary levels in the following to parts of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, Osseo, Plymouth, Corcoran, Dayton and Rogers. District 279 is the fifth largest district in Minnesota, with a student population of approximately 20,500 in 2012. Show on map
Concordia University - Saint PaulConcordia University is a liberal arts university located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Concordia University was founded in 1893 and currently enrolls approximately 4,000 students. The institution is an affiliate of the ten-member Concordia University System, which is operated by the second-largest Lutheran church body in the United States, the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS). Show on map
Guggenheim BuildingThe Guggenheim is a 20-story building in Rochester, Minnesota owned by the Mayo Clinic. Many of the floors hold research labs. The building is connected to the subway system and physically conjoined with the Hilton Building. On the first floor there is a plaque for Philip Showalter Hench and Edward Calvin Kendall, the Mayo doctors who won a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Show on map
Dakota County Technical CollegeLocated in Dakota County inside the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area, Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) is a public, two-year technical college with a main campus in Rosemount, Minnesota, plus additional sites in Eagan and Apple Valley. DCTC belongs to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System and is one of five stand-alone technical colleges in the state. Show on map
Coon Rapids High SchoolCoon Rapids High School is a high school located at 2340 Northdale Boulevard Coon Rapids, Minnesota, United States. The building opened for classes in the 1962-1963 school year. As of 2011 Coon Rapids High School had an enrollment of about 2800 students in grades nine through twelve. The school also participates in the University of Minnesota's College in the Schools program. Show on map
Hennepin County Government CenterThe Hennepin County Government Center is the courthouse and primary county government administration building for Hennepin County in the State of Minnesota. It is located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, the county seat of Hennepin County. Before its construction, the Hennepin County government offices were housed in the Minneapolis City Hall-Hennepin County Courthouse. Show on map
Mankato Regional AirportMankato Regional Airport (IATA: MKT, ICAO: KMKT, FAA LID: MKT) is a public airport located five miles (8 km) northeast of the central business district of Mankato, a city in Blue Earth County, Minnesota, United States. This airport is publicly owned by City of Mankato. The airport is home to Northstar Aviation (FBO) and Minnesota State University's flight training program. Show on map
KXDL-FM (Browerville)KXDL (99.7 FM, \"Hot Rod Radio\") is a radio station licensed to serve Browerville, Minnesota, USA with studios located in Long Prairie, Minnesota. The station is owned by Doug Frauenholtz, through licensee D&K Distributors, Inc. KXDL broadcasts a Classic Rock music format. The station was assigned the KXDL call sign by the Federal Communications Commission on July 12, 1990. Show on map
William Mitchell College of LawWilliam Mitchell College of Law was a private, independent law school located in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States, from 1956 to 2015. Accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA), it offered full- and part-time legal education in pursuit of the Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. On 9 December 2015 'WIlliam Mitchell' merged with its longtime rival, the Hamline University School of Law, and became the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Show on map
Abbott Northwestern HospitalAbbott Northwestern Hospital is a 627-bed teaching and specialty hospital based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the largest not-for-profit hospital in the Twin Cities and a part of the Allina Health network of hospitals and clinics. U.S. News ranked Abbott Northwestern among America's Best Hospitals with six adult specialties ranked in the top 50 in the United States. Show on map
Hazeltine National Golf ClubHazeltine National Golf Club is a golf club located in Chaska, Minnesota, a suburb southwest of Minneapolis. It is a private club and therefore closed to guests not accompanied by a member. The golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones and opened in 1962. Hazeltine also hosts functions other than golf. The clubhouse has a ballroom and two restaurants. Show on map
Fillmore County AirportFillmore County Airport (ICAO: KFKA, FAA LID: FKA), is a public use airport located close to Preston, a city in Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States. It is owned by the Fillmore County. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned FKA by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Jolly Fisherman Seaplane BaseJolly Fisherman Seaplane Base (FAA LID: M49) is a public use seaplane base located on Elbow Lake in Becker County, Minnesota, United States. It is 17 nautical miles (31 km) east of the central business district of Waubun, a city in Mahnomen County. The airport is privately owned by David Buelow and managed by Anne Buelow, owner of the Jolly Fisherman Resort. Show on map
Zumbro Parkway BridgeThe Zumbro Parkway Bridge is a historic arch bridge with two 25-foot (7.6 m) spans over a tributary of the Zumbro River in Hyde Park Township, Minnesota, United States, just outside the city of Zumbro Falls. It was constructed in 1937 by the Works Progress Administration using a modular corrugated iron product known as Multi Plate, and given a masonry veneer with Gothic Revival details. The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 for having state-level significance in the theme of engineering. It was nominated for being one of Minnesota's finest examples of a stone-faced Multi Plate arch highway bridge, a style used in many of the state's New Deal bridge projects. Show on map
Springfield Municipal AirportSpringfield Municipal Airport (FAA LID: D42) is a city owned, public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) southwest of the central business district of Springfield, a city in Brown County, Minnesota, United States.. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Highland Catholic SchoolHighland Catholic School, is a private, co-educational Catholic grade school in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. It services grades Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Highland Catholic School is the official school of Lumen Christi Catholic Community (LCCC). The church is connected to the school and students monthly go to mass during the school year. Show on map
North Oaks Golf ClubNorth Oaks Golf Club (NOGC) is located in North Oaks, Minnesota, United States. The championship golf course was originally designed by golf course architect Stanley Thompson in 1950. The course is located just inside the private community of North Oaks. It has hosted numerous MGA Championships and a few MN section PGA Championships in 1954 and 2000. Show on map
Litchfield Senior High SchoolLitchfield Senior High is a public high school in Litchfield, Minnesota, United States. Established in 1880. The official school colors are Green, Black, and White, with the mascot of the Dragons. The student body consists of approximately 548, with a total of about 1,700 students for District 465. This allows for an average of a 15:1 student ratio. Show on map
KDXL-FM (Saint Louis Park)KDXL (106.5 FM) is a student operated radio station at St. Louis Park High School in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. The station's frequency is 106.5, which it shares with the University of Minnesota's KUOM in a timesharing agreement. The station is currently owned by Independent School District #283. KDXL previously operated at 91.7 through the 1980s. Show on map
Basilica of Saint MaryThe Basilica of Saint Mary is a Roman Catholic minor basilica located on its own city block along Hennepin Avenue between 16th & 17th Streets in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was the first basilica established in the United States. The Basilica of Saint Mary is the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Show on map
Marshall, Southwest Minnesota Regional Airport - Marshall/Ryan FieldSouthwest Minnesota Regional Airport or Marshall/Ryan Field (IATA: MML, ICAO: KMML) is a general aviation airport located 1 mile west of the central business district (CBD) of Marshall, Minnesota, US. It is primarily a general aviation facility, though passenger air service did once exist on Midwest Aviation, also known as Lake State Airways. Show on map
South High SchoolSouth Senior High School is the largest public school in Minneapolis, Minnesota, located in Corcoran neighborhood. Its student population is 1963, with a staff of 115 as of the 2009–10 school year. The school's principal is Reinaldo Aponte, who is assisted by three assistant principals and administration from each Small Learning Community. Show on map
Karpeles Manuscript Library MuseumThe Karpeles Manuscript Library is the world’s largest private collection of original manuscripts and documents.The library was founded in 1983 by California real estate magnates David and Marsha Karpeles, with the goal of stimulating interest in learning, especially in children. All of the Karpeles Manuscript Library services are free. Show on map
Ely Municipal AirportEly Municipal Airport (IATA: LYU, ICAO: KELO, FAA LID: ELO) is in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, four miles south of Ely, which owns it. Most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, but Ely Municipal Airport is ELO to the FAA and LYU to the IATA (Eldorado, Misiones, Argentina has IATA code ELO.) Show on map
New Ulm Medical CenterNew Ulm Medical Center is a not-for-profit hospital and clinic serving the region in and around Brown County in south central Minnesota, United States. New Ulm Medical Center is part of the Allina Health System. New Ulm Medical Center offers a variety of specialty care including orthopedics, general surgery, psychiatry and pediatrics. Show on map
United States Hockey Hall of FameThe United States Hockey Hall of Fame was established in 1973 with the goal of preserving the rich history of ice hockey in the United States while recognizing the extraordinary contributions of select players, coaches, administrators, officials and teams. It is located in Eveleth, Minnesota, an iron mining town in northern Minnesota. Show on map
Mayo High SchoolMayo High School (Mayo) is an American high school in Rochester, Minnesota. It is named after the brothers William James Mayo and Charles Horace Mayo, physicians and founders of the Mayo Clinic. It is a public school and part of the Rochester Independent School District #535. The current principal of Mayo High School is Tom Olson. Show on map
KAGE-FM (Winona)KGSL (95.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Hot Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Winona, Minnesota, USA, the station features programing from Jones Radio Network. It is owned by Leighton Broadcasting, through licensee Leighton Radio Holdings, Inc., and is located at 752 Bluffview Circle, with its other sister stations. Show on map
Lakewood CemeteryLakewood Cemetery is a large private, non-sectarian cemetery located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. It is located at 3600 Hennepin Avenue at the southern end of the Uptown area. It is noted for its chapel which is on the National Register of Historic Places and was modeled after the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. Show on map
Guardian Angels ChurchGuardian Angels Catholic Church is a historic church located in Chaska, Minnesota founded in 1858. A Roman Catholic church, Guardian Angels is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Guardian Angels School (School District 112), a pre-K to 8th grade private school, is affiliated with this church. Show on map
Adrian High SchoolAdrian High School is a public high school located in Adrian, Minnesota and part of the Adrian School District (ISD #511). Students from grades K-12 are all housed in the same building, with classes for each level being held in different wings of the building. Grades 6-8 are defined as middle school and 9-12 and high school. Show on map
KLQL-FM (Luverne)KLQL (101.1 FM, \"K101\") is a radio station broadcasting a \"Real\" country music format, featuring Country music from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and today, serving Luverne, Rock Rapids, and Worthington, with rimshot coverage in the Sioux Falls area. The station is currently owned by DAlpha Media Show on map
University of Minnesota at MorrisThe University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) is a public liberal arts college and a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges located in Morris, Minnesota. As part of the University of Minnesota system, it was founded in 1960 as a public, co-educational, residential liberal arts college offering Bachelor of Arts degrees. Show on map
Independent School District 196 - School of Environmental StudiesThe School of Environmental Studies is an optional two-year high school in Apple Valley, Minnesota, United States. Also known as the \"Zoo School\" because of its active partnership with the Minnesota Zoo and its 12 acre (48,000 m²) site on zoo property, the school embraces project-based learning with an environmental theme. Show on map
KVBR-AM (Brainerd)KVBR (1340 AM, \"Brainerd Business Radio\") is a radio station broadcasting a news talk information format. Licensed to Brainerd, Minnesota, USA, the station serves the Brainerd area. Founded in 1964 by the Persons family, the station is owned by Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., and features programming from USA Radio Network. Show on map
Bemidji State UniversityBemidji State University (BSU) is a public state university in Bemidji, Minnesota, United States, located on the shores of Lake Bemidji. Founded as a preparatory institution for teachers in 1919, it provides higher education to north-central Minnesota. It is a member of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. Show on map
Maplewood Academyin Hutchinson, Minnesota. It is owned and operated by the Minnesota Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world's second largest Christian school system. Maplewood Academy is a SDA Boarding school. Show on map
Brooklyn Park LibraryBrooklyn Park Library, located at 8500 W. Broadway Ave. opened at its new location in June 2016. It previously served patrons at 8600 Zane Avenue North in Brooklyn Park, since 1976. Designed by Setter, Leach and Lindstrom, at a cost of $814,651, the library is 15,100 square feet and was renovated in 1999. Bookmobile service was provided by Hennepin County Library previously. Show on map
Roseville Area High SchoolRoseville Area High School (RAHS) is a public high school located in Roseville, Minnesota. It serves Roseville and the surrounding communities of Arden Hills, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, Maplewood, and Shoreview. RAHS is the only comprehensive public high school in Roseville Area School District 623. Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Minnesota
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Cass LakeCass Lake is a glacially-formed lake in north central Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 10 mi (16 km) long and 7 mi (11 km) wide, located in Cass and Beltrami counties, within the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation, adjacent to its namesake city of Cass Lake. In the Ojibwe language, it is called Gaa-miskwaawaakokaag (where there are many red cedar), and was known to early explorers and traders in French as Lac du Cedre Rouge, and English as Red Cedar Lake. It is the 11th largest lake in Minnesota, and the 8th largest lake lying entirely within the borders of the state. Show on map
Saint Louis RiverThe Saint Louis River (abbreviated St. Louis River) is a river in the U.S. states of Minnesota and Wisconsin that flows into Lake Superior. The largest U.S. river to flow into the lake, it is 192 miles (309 km) in length and starts 13 miles (21 km) east of Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. The river's watershed covers 3,634 square miles (9,410 km2). Near the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, the river becomes a freshwater estuary. According to Warren Upham, the Ojibwe name of the river is Gichigami-ziibi (Great-lake River). He notes: Show on map
Lake NokomisLake Nokomis is one of several lakes in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The lake was originally named Lake Amelia in honor of Captain George Gooding's daughter, Amelia, in 1819. Its current name was adopted in 1910 to honor Nokomis, grandmother of Hiawatha (legendary Indian hero of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, The Song of Hiawatha). It is located in the southern part of the city, west of the Mississippi River and south of Lake Hiawatha. The lake is oval in shape, with a long axis running southwest to northeast. Because the lower part of the lake is crossed by Cedar Avenue running north-south, the impression from the ground is that the lake is shaped like an L. The lake has an area of 204 acres (0.83 km2). Show on map
Lac qui Parle RiverThe Lac qui Parle River is a tributary of the Minnesota River, 118 miles (190 km) long, in southwestern Minnesota in the United States. A number of tributaries of the river, including its largest, the West Branch Lac qui Parle River, also flow in eastern South Dakota. Via the Minnesota River, the Lac qui Parle River is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 1,156 square miles (2,990 km2) in an agricultural region. Slightly more than two-thirds of the Lac qui Parle watershed is in Minnesota. Lac qui parle means \"the lake which speaks\" in the French language, and was a translation of the Sioux name for Lac qui Parle, a lake on the Minnesota River upstream of the mouth of the Lac qui Parle River. Show on map
Cottonwood RiverThe Cottonwood River is a tributary of the Minnesota River, 152 miles (245 km) long, in southwestern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Minnesota River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 1,313 square miles (3,400 km2) in an agricultural region. The river's name is a translation of the Sioux name for the river, Waraju, for the cottonwood tree, which is common along prairie rivers. It has also been known historically as the Big Cottonwood River. Show on map
Big Stone LakeBig Stone Lake is a long, narrow freshwater lake and reservoir forming the border between western Minnesota and northeastern South Dakota in the United States. The lake covers 12,610 acres (5,100 ha) of surface area, stretching 26 miles (42 km) from end to end and averaging around 1 mile (1.6 km) wide, and at an elevation of 965 feet (294 m) is the lowest point in South Dakota. Big Stone Lake is the source of the Minnesota River, which flows 332 miles (534 km) to the Mississippi River. Show on map
Minnehaha FallsMinnehaha Park is a city park in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, and home to Minnehaha Falls and the lower reaches of Minnehaha Creek. Minnehaha Park lies within the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, a unit of the National Park Service. The park was designed by landscape architect Horace W.S. Cleveland in 1883 as part of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway system, and was part of the popular steamboat Upper Mississippi River \"Fashionable Tour\" in the 1800s. Show on map
Okamanpeedan LakeOkamanpeedan (or Okamanpadu) Lake, partially located in Martin County, Minnesota, and Emmet County, Iowa, is also known as Tuttle Lake. Okamanpeedan Lake is a roughly 2,300-acre (9.3 km²) riverine lake located on the East Fork of the Des Moines River. It has an average depth of about four to six feet (1.2 to 1.8 m). The lake has a contributing watershed of approximately 120,056 acres (486 km²) and watershed:lake ratio on the order of about 50:1. The lake is situated in a glacial till plain and is generally in an area dominated by loamy, poorly drained soils. The area is primarily level but does have some rolling hills. Show on map
Lake of the IslesLake of the Isles is a lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, connected to Cedar Lake and Lake Calhoun. In winter it is used for ice skating and hockey is the location of a New Year's Eve celebration featuring roasted marshmallows and hot chocolate. The lake has an area of 109 acres (0.4 km2), 2.86 miles (4.6 km) of shoreline with a little under three miles of paved walking and biking paths, and a maximum depth of 31 feet (9 m). Show on map
Christmas LakeChristmas Lake is a spring-fed lake covering approximately 265 acres (1.1 km2) in the western Minneapolis suburbs of Shorewood and Chanhassen. The lake is crossed by the border of Hennepin and Carver counties, with most of the area lying within the jurisdiction of the former. Christmas Lake is known for its exceptional water clarity, the best in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, with a DNR-reported clarity level of 20 feet (6.10 m). This clarity can be attributed to the fact that Christmas Lake is a spring fed lake with a sandy bottom. Although relatively small in area, Christmas Lake becomes deep (its maximum depth is 87 ft (27 m)) very quickly, forming the basin of a depression that extends all along \"the Ridge\" (the rim of the lake's basin). The steep nature of the shoreline means that Show on map
Lake WindigoLake Windigo is a small lake on Star Island in northern Minnesota, United States. The lake covers a total of 199 acres (80 hectare) and reaches a maximum depth of 15 feet (4.6 m). The littoral zone is 129 acres (52 hectare). Due to its shallow depth and subsequent abundant plant and algae growth, water clarity extends 6 feet (1.8 m). The lake hosts small populations of northern pike and walleye and large communities of panfish. Access to Lake Windigo is by a short portage from Cass Lake on the north side of the island. The lake is best navigated by canoe, rowboat, or other small watercraft. Show on map
Maple LakeMaple Lake is a lake in central Polk County, Minnesota, United States, located 2 miles (3.2 km) due south of Mentor and approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Erskine. The name of the lake is taken from the extensive sugar maple tree forest which surrounds it. Even before American settlement of the region, the existence of these extensive hardwood forests in an otherwise treeless open prairie gave the lake a geographic identity. Maple Lake is a natural lake, and is the westernmost significant lake in the Red River Valley of Northwestern Minnesota. The lake appears on 19th century historic maps of the area, and developed as a summer home and resort community as early as 1910. As a result of drought conditions and low inflows during the 1930s, however, the lake nearly dried up. Beginning in@en . Show on map
Bad Medicine LakeBad Medicine Lake is a spring-fed lake located in Forest Township in Becker County, Minnesota. It got its name from the fact that early Native Americans in the area thought that a lake with neither inlet nor outlet was a place of bad omen (\"bad medicine\") and would not hunt or fish near the lake. There are three active resorts located on the lake. Bad Medicine Resort and Campground is owned by Don Tschudi. Veronen's Resort is a family owned and operated campground established in the late 1940s by Bill and Gertie Veronen. The third resort is High Pines Resort owned by Ray and Lynette Vlasak. Show on map
Rush RiverThe Rush River, in the U.S. state of Minnesota, is a 19.8-mile-long (31.9 km) waterway located entirely in Sibley County, although its watershed also includes parts of Nicollet and McLeod counties. It is a tributary of the Minnesota River. Show on map
Saint Anthony FallsSaint Anthony Falls or the Falls of Saint Anthony, located northeast of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, was the only natural major waterfall on the Upper Mississippi River. The natural falls were replaced by a concrete overflow spillway (also called an \"apron\") after it partially collapsed in 1869. Later, in the 1950s and 1960s, a series of locks and dams was constructed to extend navigation to points upstream. Show on map
Ponto LakePonto Lake is a 347-acre (1.4 km²) lake located 2 miles (3.2 km) north and 8 miles (13 km) east of Backus, Minnesota. A public access is located on the southeast shore just north of State Highway 84. The Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources (MNDNR) has classified Minnesota's lakes into 43 different classes based on physical, chemical and other characteristics. Ponto Lake is in Lake Class 23; lakes in this class generally have hard water, are very deep and clear, and have a low amount of lake area less than 15 feet deep. This lake is managed primarily for walleye and northern pike and secondarily for bluegill, black crappie, largemouth bass, and yellow perch. Show on map
Bay LakeBay Lake is a body of water located in the Brainerd Lakes region of Minnesota. The lake has a surface area of 2,319.84 acres (9 km2) and approximately 19 miles (31 km) of shoreline. The maximum depth of the lake is 74 feet (23 m) with a water clarity of 24 feet (7 m). The Ojibway called the lake Ses-sa-beg-a-mah, which has been translated as \"lake of many bays\" or \"lake of many arms.\" Bay Lake is part of the headwaters for the Ripple River, and the river is common spawning spot for fish. Show on map
Washburn LakeWashburn Lake is a 1,554 acre lake located about three miles northwest of Outing, Minnesota in Cass County, Minnesota, USA. The lake occupies three distinct basins. A public access is co-located at the Clinton Converse DNR Forestry Campground at the south end of the eastern basin. Based on 2009 data, development is considered moderate, with 17.2 homes/cabins per shoreline mile. The maximum depth is 111 feet and about 48% of the lake is 15 feet deep or less. Shallow water substrates consist primarily of sand and gravel, although areas of rubble, boulders and muck are also present. The aquatic plant community is quite diverse and is critical to maintaining healthy fish populations. Emergent plants such as bulrush are common along much of the shoreline, however just as common are numerous gap Show on map
Spellman LakeSpellman Lake is the name for two small lakes (North and South Spellman Lake), located 8 miles south of Clarkfield in Normania Township of Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota. The lakes and much of the surrounding area are designated as federal waterfowl production areas. There are also state owned public hunting grounds near the lakes. Nontoxic shot is required for all shooting in the area. The use of airboats on North and South Spellman Lakes is prohibited by law at all times. A public water access is maintained on the north lake by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.Hunters should be careful not to shoot protected birds such as bald eagles and swans that frequent the area. Show on map
Burntside LakeBurntside Lake is a 7,139-acre (28.89 km2) lake, located 3 miles (4.8 km) northwest of Ely, Minnesota, in Saint Louis County, Minnesota. Its western boundary adjoins the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on Tamarack Creek. Native fish include Bluegill, Golden Shiner, Green Sunfish, Lake Trout, Lake Whitefish, Northern Pike, Rainbow Smelt, Rock Bass, Shorthead Redhorse, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, White Sucker and Yellow Perch. Long Island was recently acquired by the Trust for Public Land. Show on map
East Savanna RiverThe East Savanna River is a small yet historic stream in Aitkin and Saint Louis counties in the U.S. state of Minnesota. With a total length of 15.3 miles (24.6 km), the stream rises in Wolf Lake, a small body of water within a spruce bog in Savanna Portage State Park, and flows northeasterly to the Saint Louis River at Floodwood, Minnesota, whence its waters flow through the Great Lakes and the Saint Lawrence River to the Atlantic Ocean. A few thousand years ago the East Savanna was part of the Mississippi River itself, originating in northeast Minnesota and flowing southwesterly to Big Sandy Lake, from which the great river drained down its present valley to the Gulf of Mexico. Show on map
Lake TraverseLake Traverse is the southernmost body of water in the Hudson Bay watershed of North America. It lies along the border between the U.S. states of Minnesota and South Dakota. A low continental divide separates the land at the southern shore of Lake Traverse from the Little Minnesota River, which is part of the Mississippi River System and flows within a mile of the lake near the town of Browns Valley, Minnesota and Wheaton, Minnesota. Lake Traverse is an Anglicization of Lac Traverse, a French name meaning \"across the lake\". Show on map
Lake HarrietLake Harriet is a lake in the southwest part of Minneapolis, just south of Lake Calhoun and north of Minnehaha Creek. The lake is surrounded by parkland as part of the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes. The lake has an area of 335 acres (1.36 km2) and a maximum depth of 85 feet (26 m). Show on map
Grindstone LakeGrindstone Lake is a large freshwater lake located in Dell Grove Township, Pine County, in east central Minnesota approximately 6.5 miles (10.5 km) west of Sandstone, Minnesota. The lake is roughly oval shaped being approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) in length north to south and 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east to west, and a maximum depth of 153 feet (47 m). The lake has several small streams that drain the area wetlands and is considered the headwater for the Grindstone River. The lake's name is a translation from the Ojibwe zhiigwanaabikokaa-zaaga'igan (Lake abundant with grind stones). Sandstone taken from near the lake was used to make sharpening stones. The lake, North Fork Grindstone River and the lower course of the Grindstone River are depicted on the 1757 Mitchell Map. Show on map
Whitewater RiverThe Whitewater River is a 16.6-mile-long (26.7 km) tributary of the Upper Mississippi River which flows through the Driftless Area of Minnesota, reaching its mouth in Wabasha County at the community of Weaver opposite Buffalo, Wisconsin. The nearest towns are Altura, Saint Charles, and Elba. The region hosts endangered native dry oak savannas, semiforested areas that seem to have been dependent on fire for their well-being. Whitewater River is the English translation of the native Sioux language name. Show on map
Otter Tail RiverThe Otter Tail River is a 192-mile-long (309 km) river in the west-central portion of the U.S. state of Minnesota. It begins in Clearwater County, 40 miles (64 km) southwest of Bemidji. It then flows through a number of lakes and cities in Minnesota, including Elbow Lake, Many Point Lake, Chippewa Lake, Height of Land Lake, Frazee, the Pine lakes, Rush Lake, Otter Tail Lake and Ottertail, West Lost Lake, Fergus Falls, and Orwell Lake. Show on map
Manymoon LakeManymoon Lake is a 24 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota belonging to the Poplar River watershed. At its deepest point it measures only 6.5 feet deep and has abundant aquatic plant life to a depth of 2.5 feet. Water clarity as of 2008 measured 1.41 meters. The substrate consists of muck and stones of no uniform size. Manymoon lake has neither inlet nor permanent outlet, although an intermittent stream feeds a wetland on the end of the southeastern bay. Nonetheless, Manymoon is located in the sub-watershed dominated by Rice Lake to the north, and water from Manymoon enters into lower portions of the Poplar River through Rice Lake's outflow. Manymoon is accessible through a portage off Rice Lake Road. Show on map
Grindstone RiverThe Grindstone River is a 6.7-mile-long (10.8 km) river of Minnesota, a tributary of the Kettle River. Its name is derived either from the Dakota Iŋswú watpá (Small Stones River) or from the Ojibwe Zhiigwanaabikokaa-ziibi (River abundant with grind stones). Sandstone taken from near the river was used to produce sharpening stones. In Ojibwe, Hinckley (Gaa-zhiigwanaabikokaag) is named after this river. Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake (also, Horseshoe Lake) is a lake in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 1332 feet (406 m). Maximum depth is about 15 feet (4.6 m). Murphy Lake is approximately 18 miles north of Grand Rapids. Known fish spices in Murphy Lake include Northern Pike, Rock Bass, Perch, and (grey) Suckers. Wild rice does not grow in Murphy Lake. In addition to numerous springs, water flows into Murphy Lake from the northeast from Arrowhead Lake. Water flows out of Murphy Lake via a creek on the south side and flows into the Hanson Lake chain of lakes. Show on map
Red Lake RiverThe Red Lake River (French: Rivière du Lac Rouge; Ojibwe: Miskwaagamiiwi-zaaga'iganiiwi-ziibi) is a river located in northwestern Minnesota. The river begins on the western side of the Lower Red Lake and flows westward. After passing through Thief River Falls, Red Lake Falls, and Crookston, the river merges with the Red River of the North in East Grand Forks. The total length of the river is 193 miles (310.6 km). The term \"Forks\" in Grand Forks comes from this forking (confluence) of the Red and Red Lake rivers near downtown Grand Forks. Show on map
Woman LakeWoman Lake is a 5,516 acres (22.32 km2) lake in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The lake has 3 public accesses. The lake is part of a 4 lake chain called the Woman Lake Chain. Other lakes in the chain include Child Lake, Girl Lake and Little Woman Lake. The town of Longville, Minnesota can be accessed by boat from Woman Lake. The lake is very well known for its impressive Walleye, Northern, Perch, Smallmouth Bass and Muskie fishing. Woman Lake was named in commemoration of Ojibwe women who were killed there in a battle against the Sioux. Show on map
Sunrise RiverThe Sunrise River is a 39.1-mile-long (62.9 km) tributary of the St. Croix River in east–central Minnesota in the United States. It is formed at the city of Forest Lake in Washington County at the outlet of Forest Lake. The river flows north, accepting the South Branch from the west near the city of Wyoming, and continues north into Mud Lake, where the West Branch, which rises in southeast Isanti County and briefly enters Anoka County, joins it near the city of Stacy. From Stacy it flows generally north-northwest through Chisago County to meet the St. Croix River within Wild River State Park near the communities of Sunrise and Almelund. Not far upstream from its mouth, the Sunrise collects its North Branch, which rises in Isanti County and flows through the city of North Branch. Show on map
Iowa LakeIowa Lake is a 30 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. It has a maximum depth of 13 feet and is clear down to 7 feet. Water access is provided by a portage trail leading to its northeast shore. The lake is fed primarily by a stream on its northwest shore, with secondary intake coming from a pond of less than 100 feet to the north and an intermittent stream located to the south of the portage trail. Its outlet, on the south, empties into Corny Lake through a wetland area. A 1972 survey by Minnesota's DNR indicated the presence of a beaver lodge on the south outlet, and multiple beaver dams along the course of the creek have converted patches of the marsh into open water. A 1971 survey by the fisheries department indicated the lake was home to populatio Show on map
Us-Kab-Wan-Ka RiverUs-kab-wan-ka River, also known as the Ush-kab-wan River, is a small tributary of the Cloquet River in northeast Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 19.7 miles (31.7 km) long. Along with its tributaries, the Us-kab-wan-ka drains an area of 40.43 square miles (104.7 km2). Via the Cloquet River and the Saint Louis River, it is part of the watershed of Lake Superior. It flows through Whiteface Reservoir Unorganized Territory and Grand Lake Township in southern Saint Louis County. Show on map
Root RiverThe Root River flows for 80 miles (130 km) through the Driftless Area of southeastern Minnesota and is a tributary of the Upper Mississippi River. It is an excellent river for canoeing. The gentle to moderate flowing river drops an average of 3.4 ft/mile from Chatfield, Minnesota, to its pour point in the Mississippi River into Navigation Pool 7 just south of La Crosse, Wisconsin. The river lies within Minnesota's Driftless Area, a region which missed being glaciated during the last ice age, i.e., the Wisconsinian glaciation. Root River is an English translation of the Dakota-language name. Show on map
Slaughter SloughSlaughter Slough is a wetland in southwestern Minnesota, United States, so named for being the site of the Lake Shetek Massacre during the Dakota War of 1862. It is located in Murray County east of Lake Shetek. On August 20, 1862, about 40 Dakota people attacked the area's Euro-American settlers, killing 15 and taking a dozen women and children captive. 21 settlers escaped or survived the attack and made difficult journeys across the prairie to safety. A band of pacifist Lakota later ransomed the eight surviving captives, who were reunited with their families. Show on map
Fish Lake ReservoirFish Lake Reservoir, sometimes called Fish Lake Flowage, is a 3,526-acre (14.27 km2) impoundment of the Beaver River, part of the Cloquet and Saint Louis River system, located 20 miles northwest of the city of Duluth, Minnesota. Fish Lake Reservoir, known locally as simply Fish Lake, spans the townships of Fredenberg Township, Canosia Township, and Grand Lake Township, in southern Saint Louis County, Minnesota. Show on map
Big Sandy LakeThere is another Big Sandy Lake, crossed by U.S. Highway 80 in Big Sandy, Texas. Big Sandy Lake is a lake in Aitkin County, Minnesota, approximately nine miles north of McGregor. The lake is considered fertile walleye ground with several habitat types, including the open main basin, the deep, cold eastern basin, and a shallow, more isolated south basin. Shallow bays containing dense beds of wild rice are found on south, west, and northwest sides of the lake. Show on map
Lost LakeLost Lake is located entirely within the city limits of Mound, Minnesota. It is part of Lake Minnetonka and considered by the city of Mound to be important to its re-development plans with the hope being that boat users will increase its downtown business traffic. In the past, lake steamers used Lost Lake's channel or canal to bring tourists into the downtown area, when Lake Minnetonka was a resort area. The channel has been re-dredged, docks have been built, and the clean-up of nearby contaminated soil has been done. The lake's name is assumed to be based on its being nearly completely overgrown by cattails and reeds. But that is said to serve the valuable purpose of filtering the surface runoff into Lake Minnetonka. Show on map
Sauk RiverThe Sauk River is a 122-mile-long (196 km) tributary of the Mississippi River in central Minnesota in the United States. It drains small lakes in Stearns County. In the Ojibwe language it is called Ozaagi-ziibi, meaning \"River of the Sauks\". The rapids that occur south of the river's mouth on the Mississippi River lent their name to the nearby city of Sauk Rapids. Show on map
Embarrass RiverThe Embarrass River is a 50.5-mile-long (81.3 km) tributary of the Saint Louis River in northern Minnesota, United States. It rises just west of the city of Babbitt and flows southwest, turning briefly south to thread a gap between the Embarrass Mountains to the east and the Mesabi Range to the west. The river flows into the Saint Louis River southeast of Eveleth. During the fur-trading days and the era of exploration, the river was part of a historic trade route from Lower Canada via Lake Superior, across the Height of Land, and down the Rainy River to Lake Winnipeg to the pays d'en haut—the fur-bearing regions of the Canadian northwest. Show on map
Blue Earth RiverThe Blue Earth River is a tributary of the Minnesota River, 108 miles (174 km) long, in southern Minnesota in the United States. Two of its headwaters tributaries, the Middle Branch Blue Earth River and the West Branch Blue Earth River, also flow for short distances in northern Iowa. By volume, it is the Minnesota River's largest tributary, accounting for 46% of the Minnesota's flow at the rivers' confluence in Mankato. Via the Minnesota River, the Blue Earth River is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 3,486 square miles (9,029 km²) in an agricultural region. Ninety percent of the river's watershed is in Minnesota. It is a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources designated Water Trail. Show on map
Lake ItascaLake Itasca is a small glacial lake, approximately 1.8 square miles (4.7 km2) in area, notable for being the headwaters of the Mississippi River. The lake is located in southeastern Clearwater County, in the Headwaters area of north central Minnesota. The lake is within Itasca State Park and it has an average depth of 20–35 feet (6–11 m), and is 1,475 ft (450 m) above sea level. Show on map
Dutch LakeDutch Lake is a lake located in the state of Minnesota. It was named for its early Dutch, (the Netherlands) population. It is a 159.50 acres (64.5474 ha) acre lake that is west-southwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul in the Minneapolis suburb of Mound and Minnetrista. It has an average depth of 15.15 feet (4.62 m) and a maximum depth of 45 ft (14 m). Slow Creek, its un-navigable outflow is on its northeast shore. It connects the lake the Lake Minnetonka. It is home to a variety of fish including Black, Yellow, and Brown Bullhead, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Hybrid Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, and Yellow Perch. Much of the Northern shore is owned by Camp Christmas Tree summer day camp. Show on map
Silver LakeSilver Lake is a small, freshwater reservoir in Southeastern Minnesota. The lake lies on the South Fork Zumbro River, located approximately one mile north of downtown Rochester. The electrical power plant operated by Rochester Public Utilities uses the lake for cooling. Since the lake operates as a heat sink, it doesn't freeze in the winter. The warm water attracts a large number of Canada geese that remain in the area year round. However, RPU has recently voted to shut down the power plant by the end of 2015. Silver Lake is the home to the Rochester Rowing Club, who practice there daily. Show on map
Whale LakeWhale Lake is a lake in Cook County in what is known as the Arrowhead Region of northern Minnesota. It is within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest, at the base of Eagle Mountain, Minnesota's highest point. Two miles (3 km) from the nearest road, Whale Lake is only accessible via the Eagle Mountain Hiking Trail from the south, or the Brule Lake Trail from the northwest. It offers two campsites to hikers, one on the northern shore near the intersection of the two trails, and the other a few hundred yards away from the western shore. \n* \n* \n* \n* Show on map
Vermilion RiverThe Vermilion River is located in Saint Louis County of northeast Minnesota, flowing between Crane Lake and Dago Bay of Lake Vermilion near Vermilion Dam. The Vermilion River's width varies considerably, being the size of a large creek in places and looking like a large lake in another. The Vermilion River passes through the community of Buyck in Portage Township. Show on map
Lac Qui ParleLac qui Parle is a reservoir located in western Minnesota, United States, which was formed by the damming of the Minnesota River. The dam was built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1939. It was reconstructed in 1996. Lac qui Parle is a French translation of the native Dakota name, meaning \"lake which speaks\". The northernmost point of the lake is about 3 miles southeast of the city of Appleton. The lake flows 10 miles southeast to the dam, which is about 4 miles to the west of the town of Watson. Show on map
Crystal LakeCrystal Lake is a lake in Burnsville, Dakota County, Minnesota. The lake is a primary source of recreation for the city of Burnsville and the surrounding area. Crystal Beach Park, Crystal Lake West Park and Tyacke Park all have coastline along the lake and offer amenities such as boat landings, picnic areas, hard surfaced courts, playground equipment, walking trails, and others. Nearby Lac Lavon Lake Park has a softball complex, tennis courts, and horseshoe courts. The Lake also contains two islands, Picnic Island (nicknamed Potty Island) and Maple Island. The most southerly parts of the lake extend into the city of Lakeville. Show on map
Hay CreekHay Creek is a small trout stream in southeastern Minnesota. It has its headwaters west of Goodhue and empties into the Mississippi River just upstream of Red Wing. It runs 25.1 miles (40.4 km), over half of which is a Minnesota designated trout stream. Like the Vermillion River, Hay Creek receives extensive fishing pressure due to its proximity to Minneapolis–St. Paul. Show on map
Cannon RiverThe Cannon River flows 112 miles (180 km) from Lake Tetonka near Waterville, Minnesota to Red Wing in the U.S. state of Minnesota, where it joins the Mississippi River. It drains a watershed approximately 1460 square miles (3,780 km²) in size. Show on map
Artichoke RiverThe Artichoke River is a 13.5-mile-long (21.7 km) tributary of the Saint Louis River in northeastern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Saint Louis River, it is part of the watershed of Lake Superior. It flows for its entire length in southern Saint Louis County. Its name in the Ojibwe language is askibwaanikaa-ziibi (river full of Jerusalem artichokes), having the identical name in Ojibwe as the nearby Us-kab-wan-ka River. Show on map
Manitou RiverThe Manitou River is a 24.9-mile-long (40.1 km) river in northern Minnesota, which drains into Lake Superior along its north shore about three miles northeast of Little Marais. It flows southeast through the Superior National Forest, Finland State Forest, and George H. Crosby Manitou State Park in Lake County. The Caribou River watershed is adjacent to the east, while to the west is the Baptism River. The Isabella River, which is a part of the Hudson Bay watershed, is to the north across the Laurentian Divide. The Manitou River contains rainbow trout and brook trout. Show on map
Kabekona LakeKabekona Lake is a clear lake in northern Minnesota, United States, located 2.5 miles south of Laporte in Hubbard County. Kabekona has a surface area of 2,252 acres (9 km2) and a maximum depth of 133 feet (41 m). Kabekona (Gabekana in the Ojibwe language) means \"End of the Trail\" to dissuade others from venturing to the very clear lake. Kabekona is the 2nd clearest lake in Minnesota. This spring-fed lake is known for its loon birdlife. At one point it was thought to be the source of the Mississippi River. Among the most popular fishes in this lake are yellow perch, bass, northern pike, and walleye. Kabekona Lake was formerly known as \"Friendship Springs\". Show on map
Brule RiverThe Brule River is a river of the U.S. state of Minnesota. The Brule River originates at Vista Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and flows 40.4 miles (65.0 km) east and southeast, terminating at Lake Superior approximately 14 mi (23 km) northeast of Grand Marais, Minnesota, within the boundaries of Judge C. R. Magney State Park. A major tributary is the South Brule River, which rises at the east end of Brule Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Brule River is a name derived from the French meaning \"burnt\". Show on map
Lichen LakeLichen Lake is a 276 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. It sits 1781 feet above sea level. Lichen Lake previously also went by the name Beaver Lake, but was formally affirmed in the present name in 1959 by the United States Board on Geographic Names. Show on map
Silver LakeSilver Lake is a small freshwater prairie lake in Northwestern Minnesota. It is located three miles (5 km) south of the town of Hawley. The lake has one public access located off County Road 12 which includes a boat ramp, small grass beach. and parking for around 5 vehicles. Its proximity to the Fargo-Moorhead metro area and the lakes' area makes it attractive for recreational use. It sees relatively heavy use for activities such as fishing, swimming, and water sports. The lake contains several species of game fish including bluegill, northernpike, largemouth bass and walleye. Show on map
Lake JeffersonLake Jefferson is a lake in Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States. The lake covers an area of 1,141 acres (4.62 km2) and is 37 feet (11 m) deep at its deepest point. Fish species enzootic to Lake Jefferson include bluegill, largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye. While the Geographic Names Information System considers Lake Jefferson to be a single lake, it is sometimes referred to as two lakes, East Jefferson Lake and West Jefferson Lake. There are four sections: lower Jefferson, middle Jefferson, upper Jefferson, and Swedes Bay. Show on map
Cooks BayCooks Bay, in Mound, Minnesota, is one of many lakes and bays that make up Lake Minnetonka. Its area is about 550 acres (223 ha). It is South of Mound Bay Park, West of Island Park, and East of Mound's Highlands neighborhood. Cooks Bay was known for its Grand Hotels early in the areas history, and for being the waterlink to Mound's downtown at that time. The currently named, \"Mound Bay Park\" on Cook's Northshore used to be called \"Surfside\" and there was a supper club with that name located there. Cooks has a public boat launch located at the park, and the old Mound depot was also moved to the park. Show on map
Brule LakeBrule Lake is a lake in Cook County, Minnesota. It is situated between two long sills in the Superior Upland, causing the lake to be eight times longer east and west than it is north and south. Out of the opposite ends flow the Temperance River and the South Brule, a tributary of the Brule River. Brule Lake was logged heavily in the early 1900s, and the region around it was consumed in 1929 by a logging-related forest fire which bears Brule Lake's name. Now it is part of the protected Boundary Waters Canoe Area, a federal wilderness area for which Brule Lake serves as an entrance point. Show on map
Zumbro RiverThe Zumbro River is a tributary of the Mississippi River in the Driftless Area of southeastern Minnesota in the United States. It is 64.6 miles (104.0 km) long from the confluence of its principal tributaries and drains a watershed of 1,428 square miles (3,700 km2). The river's name in English is a change from its French name Rivière des Embarras (Embarrass River/Obstruction River) due to its mouth located near Pine Island in the Mississippi River; the Dakota name for this river is Wapka Wazi Oju (Pines Planted River), having reference to the grove of great white pines at Pine Island. Show on map
Pleasant LakePleasant Lake is a neighborhood of the city of Rockville in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 504 at the 2000 census. Pleasant Lake was settled about 1890 and incorporated on July 11, 1938. On 1 June 2002, the city of Pleasant Lake and Rockville Township were merged into the city of Rockville. At the center of the community, lies the 400 Supper Club which lines the lakefront of Pleasant Lake. Most notable for its venue in weddings, conferences, and banquets, the 400 Supper Club also hosts the annual Polar bear plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics. Show on map
Bouder LakeBouder Lake is a 136 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Bouder Lake reaches a maximum depth of 17 feet. Bouder is accessible through a navigable channel leading into Crescent Lake. A fisheries survey turned up populations of walleye, muskellunge, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, and white suckers. An aquatic plants survey found the lake to be home to several species of water marigolds, pondweed, bladderwort, water lily, burreed, sedges, and cattails. On older maps, Bouder Lake has been named as Boulder Lake, Reck Lake, and Rush Lake. Show on map
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Lake WinnibigoshishLake Winnibigoshish is a body of water in north central Minnesota, in the Chippewa National Forest. Its name comes from the Ojibwe language Wiinibiigoonzhish, a diminutive and pejorative form of Wiinibiig, meaning \"filthy water\" (i.e. \"brackish water\"). The name is related in structure to Lake Winnipeg and to the Algonquian name for Green Bay, which the Ho-chunk (Winnebago) Nation was named after. The former Winnibigoshish Township (now unorganized), located on the north shore of Lake Winnibigoshish, in Itasca County, Minnesota, was named after this lake. Show on map
Amelia LakeAmelia Lake is a lake in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States, located 2.1 miles away from Centerville. Amelia lake has an elevation of around 276 feet. The lake sits on a lot of 217 acres. This lake is open to the public to fish with a proper fishing license. Amelia Lake is in a scenic area with many trees surrounding and very few houses on the outskirts of the lake. The lake is not the same as Lake Nokomis, which was also called \"Lake Amelia\" from at least 1823 until 1910, when its name was changed to that of the grandmother of Hiawatha. Show on map
Sawbill LakeSawbill Lake is a lake in Cook County, Minnesota. It is a popular entry point (number 38) to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in the Superior National Forest. Sawbill is a nickname of the common merganser duck. There is a United States Forest Service cabin, a canoe outfitter, and a campground located at the southern end of the lake. During the Great Depression there was a Civilian Conservation Corps camp six miles south of the lake. Sawbill has portages connecting it to Smoke Lake, Kelso Lake, Ada Creek and Alton Lake. Show on map
Lake ShetekLake Shetek is the largest lake in southwestern Minnesota, United States, and the headwaters of the Des Moines River. It is located in The Lakes, an unincorporated community in Murray County a few miles north-northwest of Currie. The name Shetek is derived from \"pelican\" in the Ojibwe language. Since large lakes are rare in southwestern Minnesota and for some distance over the borders into Iowa and South Dakota, Lake Shetek is a significant regional draw for water recreation. Lake Shetek State Park lies on its eastern shore. Show on map
Baudette RiverThe Baudette River is a short tributary of the Rainy River in northern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Rainy River, Lake of the Woods, the Winnipeg River, Lake Winnipeg and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. It drains a flat region which was a prehistoric lake bed of glacial Lake Agassiz. The river flows for its entire length in eastern Lake of the Woods County. It flows generally north-northeastwardly and joins the Rainy River at the town of Baudette, opposite the town of Rainy River, Ontario. Show on map
Gull LakeGull Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Minnesota, located in Cass County and Crow Wing County. It is one of the largest lakes in the Brainerd, Minnesota-Baxter, Minnesota area and also one of the most popular. Of the seven Gull Lakes in Minnesota, this Gull Lake is the largest in area and shoreline. The shoreline is highly developed with residential and commercial interests. For each shoreline mile there are 27.8 homes or cabins. There are 19 resorts on Gull Lake, including notably Cragun's, Madden's, and Grand View Lodge. Show on map
Gooseberry RiverGooseberry River is a 23-mile stream in Lake County, Minnesota, USA, draining into Lake Superior. It is known for its waterfalls, near its mouth in Gooseberry Falls State Park. The Gooseberry, like many of its neighboring streams, has an irregular discharge highly dependent on runoff from rain and snow melt. The region around the river was heavily forested and much logging took place during the early 20th century. The forest has since regrown and the falls and mouth of the river are now a thriving tourist destination. Show on map
North RiverThe North River is a river, approximately 6 miles (9.6 km) long, in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. Along with the East River, it is one of the primary tributaries of Seven Beaver Lake, the source of the Saint Louis River. Most of the North River lies in Lake County, with its outlet located in St. Louis County. The United States Geological Survey considers North River to be the source stream (most distant headwaters) of the entire drainage basin of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence system. Show on map
Lake LidaLake Lida is a sandy lake located in Otter Tail County, Minnesota. Lida Township, Minnesota is named after the lake and is centered directly over it. The lake is approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) long from north to south, and is a maximum of four miles (6 km) wide from east to west from the widest point. \"South Lake Lida\" is located directly south of the main lake, separated only by a land bridge. Almost adjacent to the north of Lake Lida are comparatively sized Lake Lizzie and smaller Lake Crystal. Show on map
Kettle RiverThe Kettle is an 83.6-mile-long (134.5 km) tributary of the St. Croix River in eastern Minnesota in the United States. Via the St. Croix River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The river's English name is due to the large number of large rounded holes (kettles) in the sandstone in and around the river, carved out by the swirling waters of the river. The river's Dakota name Céġa watpa entered into English via the Anishinaabe people's Akiko-ziibi, both meaning \"Kettle River\". Show on map
Battle RiverThe Battle River is a 2.7-mile-long (4.3 km) tributary of Red Lake in Minnesota, the United States. It is formed by the junction of its North and South branches. The North Branch flows east to west for 13.7 miles (22.0 km) entirely in Beltrami County, and the South Branch flows 40.1 miles (64.5 km), starting at the outlet of Bartlett Lake in Koochiching County and flowing west-northwest into Beltrami County. The name of Battle River commemorates a battle between the Ojibways and the Sioux. Show on map
Dead Moose RiverThe Dead Moose River is a 15.2-mile-long (24.5 km) tributary of the Kettle River in eastern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Kettle and St. Croix rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The Dead Moose River rises in Salo Township of eastern Aitkin County and flows generally eastwardly through Automba, Kalevala and Silver townships of southwestern Carlton County. It joins the Kettle River from the west about 1 mile (2 km) northwest of the town of Kettle River. Show on map
High Island CreekHigh Island Creek is a 69.4-mile-long (111.7 km) tributary of the Minnesota River in Minnesota. It rises as Judicial Ditch No. 11 in eastern Renville County, 6 miles (10 km) south of the city of Hector, and flows east into Sibley County, then McLeod County, then back into Sibley County, where it passes the city of Arlington before entering the Minnesota River 3 miles (5 km) north of Henderson. The creek took its name from High Island Lake, a lake along its course. Show on map
Bush LakeBush Lake is located in the southwest corner of the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota near its border with Eden Prairie in Hennepin County. It has an area of 172.2 acres (69.7 ha) and a maximum depth of 28.0 feet (8.5 m). The lake contains many fish, but primarily Bluegill, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, Yellow Bullhead, Yellow Perch. The city of Bloomington operates a beach on the east side of Bush Lake, just across from Hyland Lake Park Reserve. Show on map
Grand Marais CreekGrand Marais Creek is a 41.1-mile-long (66.1 km) tributary of the Red River of the North in northwestern Minnesota, the United States. Via the Red River, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. It flows from southeast to northwest, rising less than 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of the Red Lake River and running parallel to it. The creek passes northeast of East Grand Forks and joins the Red River 7 miles (11 km) north of that city. Show on map
Le Sueur RiverThe Le Sueur River (lay-SEWER) is a tributary of the Blue Earth River, 111 miles (178 km) long, in southern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Blue Earth and Minnesota Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 1,089 square miles (2,280 km²). It is the largest tributary of the Blue Earth River, draining 31% of its watershed. Le Sueur River was named for Pierre-Charles Le Sueur, a French explorer of North America. Show on map
Pigeon BayPigeon Bay is a body of water that lies between Minnesota, United States and Ontario, Canada and is part of Lake Superior. The international boundary between the two countries lies in the middle of the bay. The name of \"Pigeon\" Bay was most likely from the prevalence of the passenger pigeon which was common in the US/Canada border region. Grand Portage State Park is on the Minnesota side of the bay, and Pigeon River is on the Ontario side of the bay. Show on map
Hawk CreekHawk Creek is a 62.0-mile-long (99.8 km) tributary of the Minnesota River in Kandiyohi, Chippewa, and Renville counties, Minnesota, United States. It begins at the outlet of Foot Lake in Willmar and flows southwest, passing the cities of Raymond, Clara City, and Maynard. Turning south, it reaches the Minnesota River 7 miles (11 km) southeast of Granite Falls. \"Hawk Creek\" is an English translation of the native Sioux language name. Show on map
Chisago LakeChisago Lake is a lake in Chisago County, Minnesota, in the United States. \"Chisago\" is a name derived from two Ojibwe language words meaning \"large\" and \"beautiful\". Chisago Lake holds numerous species of fish. Northern pike, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, perch, walleye, and panfish make up the majority of the lake's fish population, although some muskellunge and common carp have also been found in surveys by the DNR. Show on map
Wild Rice RiverThe Wild Rice River is a tributary of the Red River of the North in northwestern Minnesota in the United States. It is 183 miles (295 km) long. Via the Red River, Lake Winnipeg and the Nelson River, it is part of the watershed of Hudson Bay. It is one of two Red River tributaries with the same name, the other being the Wild Rice River of North Dakota. Wild Rice River is an English translation of the native Ojibwe language name. Show on map
Rock LakeRock Lake is a lake located in Cass County, Minnesota, USA. The lake has an area of 240 acres (0.97 km2) and a water clarity of 3.5 ft (1.1 m) with a maximum depth of 22 feet (6.7 m). Rock Lake has a smaller lake branching off it, with a smaller stream flowing into it. The lake is weedy and is a habitat for Northern Pike and Large Mouth Bass. It is available for recreational activities such as swimming, boating and fishing. Show on map
Bennett LakeBennett Lake is a lake located in Roseville, Minnesota, a suburb of the Twin Cities. It occupies 28 acres (11 ha) acres and is known for its shore fishing. The lake is adjacent to Roseville Central Park, the city's largest park. A 2005 shore restoration project led to improved water quality, and the nearby Prince of Peace Lutheran Church has constructed rain gardens to restrict the flow of surface runoff into the lake. Show on map
Chub LakeChub Lake is a lake in Twin Lakes Township, Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), it has an area of 311 acres (1.26 km2) and a maximum depth of 28 feet (8.5 m). On its North end is Chub Lake Park with its beach and a state owned public boat access. The DNR's information on the lake says that its primary fish species are walleye and largemouth bass. Show on map
White Earth RiverThe White Earth River is a 26.2-mile-long (42.2 km) tributary of the Wild Rice River of northwestern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Wild Rice River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. It rises at the outlet of White Earth Lake and flows northwest through Mahnomen County, joining the Wild Rice River just east of the city of Mahnomen. Show on map
Kossila OxbowKossila Oxbow is a geographical feature, classified as a Bend, located on the Crow Wing River in Wadena County, MN. Its center lies at a latitude of 46° 43' 55.8552\" and longitude of -94° 55' 19.0194\", and it has an elevation of 1,358 ft (414 m) above sea level. It is located approximately 1.1 mi (2 km) north of the Mary Brown Bridge and 2.7 mi (4 km) south of Huntersville Park, near Huntersville State Forest. Show on map
Little Black RiverThe Little Black River is a 4.5-mile-long (7.2 km) river in Wylie Township, in northwestern Red Lake County, Minnesota. From its source (47°57′36″N 96°27′00″W / 47.960°N 96.450°W) — Goose Lake Swamp in the Pembina State Wildlife Management Area — the river runs south and southeast to the Black River, a tributary of the Red Lake River. Its waters ultimately drain via Canada's Nelson River into Hudson Bay. Show on map
Leech LakeLeech Lake is a lake located in north central Minnesota, United States. It is southeast of Bemidji, located mainly within the Leech Lake Indian Reservation, and completely within the Chippewa National Forest. It is used as a reservoir. The lake is the third largest in Minnesota, it covers 102,947.83 acres (416.6151 km2), has 195 miles (314 km) of shoreline, and has a maximum depth of 156 feet (48 m). Show on map
Bulge LakeBulge Lake is a 12 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Bulge Lake reaches a maximum depth of 19 feet in a sudden depression just west of the mouth of the stream leading to Dogtrot Lake. Bulge lake is accessible through portages to Silver Lake and Dogtrot Lake. A fisheries survey turned up populations of walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, and white suckers. Show on map
Rum RiverThe Rum River is a slow, meandering channel that connects Minnesota's Mille Lacs Lake with the Mississippi River. It runs for 151 miles (243 km) through the farming communities of Onamia, Milaca, Princeton, Cambridge, and Isanti before ending at the Twin Cities suburb of Anoka, roughly 20 miles northwest of downtown Minneapolis. It is one of the six protected Wild and Scenic rivers in Minnesota. Show on map
North Two RiverThe North Two River is a 22.4-mile-long (36.0 km) tributary of the Two River in central Minnesota. It is part of the Mississippi River watershed. The North Two River begins in eastern Todd County at the outlet of Mary Lake and flows east into Morrison County, where it passes the towns of Upsala and Elmdale before ending south of Bowlus, where it joins the South Two River to form the Two River. Show on map
Marsh RiverThe Marsh River, located in Minnesota, is a 49.9-mile-long (80.3 km) tributary of the Red River of the North. It rises less than 600 feet (180 m) from the Wild Rice River, east of the city of Ada, and flows generally northwest, entering the Red River 2 miles (3 km) northwest of Shelly. The Marsh River flows entirely within Norman County. Marsh River was named for the wetlands near the stream. Show on map
Mustinka RiverThe Mustinka River is a tributary of Lake Traverse, 68 mi (109 km) long, in western Minnesota in the United States. Via Lake Traverse, the Bois de Sioux River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the watershed of Hudson Bay. The river drains an area of 909 square miles (2,350 km2). Mustinka is a name derived from the Dakota language meaning \"rabbit\". Show on map
Clitherall LakeClitherall Lake is a lake in Otter Tail County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The lake is about one mile south of the village of Clitherall. It has an area of 2,493 acres (1,009 ha) and an average depth of 15 ft (4.6 m). Game fish in the lake include northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye, black crappie, and bluegill. Clitherall Lake was named for Major George B. Clitherall, a land agent. Show on map
Dogtrot LakeDogtrot Lake is a 15 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Dogtrot Lake reaches a maximum depth of 24 feet in a depression just south of the mouth of the stream leading to Slip Lake. Dogtrot lake is accessible through portages to Bulge Lake and Slip Lake. A fisheries survey turned up populations of walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, and white suckers. Show on map
Poplar RiverThe Poplar River is a 58.4-mile-long (94.0 km) tributary of the Lost River of western Minnesota in the United States. Via the Lost River, the Clearwater River, the Red Lake River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. The river's name comes from the Ojibwe Indians of the area, on account of the poplar trees near the river. Show on map
Slip LakeSlip Lake is a 22 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Slip Lake reaches a maximum depth of 18 feet in a depression just south of the mouth of the stream leading to Fleck Lake. Slip Lake is accessible through portages to Dogtrot Lake and Fleck Lake. A fisheries survey turned up populations of walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, and white suckers. Show on map
Farm Island LakeFarm Island Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Minnesota, located in Aitkin County north of Mille Lacs Lake. It is just west of U.S. Route 169. Its name alludes to traditional farming of islands in the lake by Ojibwe people. They also hunted, fished, and harvested wild rice. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources maintains Farm Island State Wildlife Management Area and two public boat launches on the lake. Show on map
South Two RiverThe South Two River is a 22.8-mile-long (36.7 km) tributary of the Two River of Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Mississippi River watershed. The South Two River rises east of Albany at the outlet of Schwinghamer Lake and flows northeast past Holdingford. Near Bowlus it joins the North Two River to form the Two River, which continues 5.6 miles (9.0 km) to the Mississippi. Show on map
Lake MinnetonkaLake Minnetonka is an inland lake located approximately 15 miles (24 km) west-southwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The lake lies within Hennepin and Carver Counties and is surrounded by thirteen municipalities. At 14,528 acres (59 km2), it is Minnesota's ninth largest lake and is one of the state's most popular among boaters, fishermen, and recreationists. Show on map
Cedar LakeA number of lakes in Minnesota are called Cedar Lake: \n* Cedar Lake (Minneapolis) \n* Cedar Lake (Aitkin County, Minnesota) \n* Cedar Lake (Martin County, Minnesota) \n* Cedar Lake (McLeod and Meeker counties, Minnesota) \n* Cedar Lake, a lake in Rice County, Minnesota \n* Cedar Lake (Scott County, Minnesota) Show on map
Little Rock LakeLittle Rock Lake is a reservoir in Benton County, Minnesota, United States. The lake was formed in 1911 by the impounding of the Mississippi River by the Sartell Dam 5 miles (8 km) downriver. Little Rock Lake was named from Little Rock Creek. The lake has two public boat access points. Water clarity in the lake is low (less than 1.5 feet) and aquatic plants are abundant. Show on map
Nokasippi RiverThe Nokasippi River is a 46.5-mile-long (74.8 km) tributary of the Mississippi River in central Minnesota in the United States. In the Ojibwe language, the river is called Nooke-ziibi (\"Tender River\"). The term \"tender\" generally refers to the Bear Totem, but in this case refers to Chief Nokay, who was named after the Bear Totem and lived along the shores of Nokay Lake. Show on map
Lake PhalenLake Phalen is an urban lake located in Saint Paul, Minnesota and in its suburb of Maplewood. It is one of the largest lakes in Saint Paul and is the centerpiece of the Phalen Regional Park System. The lake drains into the Mississippi River after traveling through Phalen Creek. The lake and surrounding 494-acre (2.00 km2) park receive around 500,000 visitors each year. Show on map
Little Pine RiverThe Little Pine River is a 29.7-mile-long (47.8 km) tributary of the Pine River of Minnesota in the United States. Via the Pine River it is part of the Mississippi River watershed. The Little Pine River begins in the northeast corner of Crow Wing County at the outlet of Little Pine Lake and flows southwest to its junction with the Pine River in Crow Wing State Forest. Show on map
Superior BaySuperior Bay is a narrow inlet of Lake Superior along the border of Minnesota and Wisconsin. It is 7 miles long and 0.5 miles wide. A small strait connects it to the Saint Louis Bay to the west, into which the Saint Louis River empties. Superior Bay is located between the city of Superior and the Park Point neighborhood of Duluth. The Duluth Harbor Basin is nearby. Show on map
Okabena LakeLake Okabena is a small lake located in Nobles County in southwestern Minnesota. It was first noted on a map made by French explorer Joseph Nicollet in 1841, based upon his explorations of the 1830s. The name okabena means \"home of the heron\" in the Sioux language. Lake Okabena is located entirely within the present-day city limits of Worthington, Minnesota. Show on map
Mille Lacs LakeMille Lacs Lake (also called Lake Mille Lacs or Mille Lacs) is a large but shallow lake in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is located in the counties of Mille Lacs, Aitkin, and Crow Wing, roughly 100 miles north of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. Mille Lacs means \"thousand lakes\" in French. In the Ojibwe language, the lake is called Misi-zaaga'igan (\"grand lake\"). Show on map
Beast LakeBeast Lake is a natural lake in St. Louis County, Minnesota, in the United States. A variant name is Wilson Lake. This lake has a surface area of 85.04 acres (34.41 ha). Beast Lake is located in Voyageurs National Park. The 2.5-mile (4.0 km) Beast Lake Trail is ranked \"moderate\" difficulty by the National Park Service. Fishing at Beast Lake is prohibited. Show on map
Janette LakeJanette Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 249 at the 2000 census. State Highway 73 (MN 73) serves as a main route in the area. The unincorporated communities of Silica and Bengal are located within Janette Lake Unorganized Territory. Janet Lake Wayside Park is located in the area. Show on map
Battle CreekBattle Creek is a stream in Minnesota. It rises in Battle Creek Lake in Woodbury, passing through residential Maplewood and St. Paul before emptying into the Mississippi River via Pigs Eye Lake. It is followed for much of its length by walking paths. Battle Creek was named in commemoration of an 1842 battle between the Ojibwe and Sioux Indians. Show on map
Kelso RiverThe Kelso River is a 4.0-mile-long (6.4 km) stream in northern Minnesota, the United States. It flows entirely within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Superior National Forest, ending at Sawbill Lake. Water from the Kelso River flows via Sawbill Creek (the outlet of Sawbill Lake) to the Temperance River and thence to Lake Superior. Show on map
Knife RiverThe Knife River is a 27.4-mile-long (44.1 km) tributary of the Snake River in east-central Minnesota in the United States. It is one of three streams in Minnesota with this name. Its name is a translation from the Dakota Isaanti. Knife Lake and Santee Sioux are named after this river. In turn Isanti County is named after the Santee Sioux. Show on map
Egg RiverThe Egg River is a 16-mile-long (26 km) tributary of the Otter Tail River of Minnesota in the United States. It flows through a chain of lakes in the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge and the White Earth Indian Reservation in Becker County, Minnesota. Egg River was named from the birds' nests bearing eggs which are found along the stream. Show on map
Temperance RiverThe Temperance River is a 39.2-mile-long (63.1 km) river in northern Minnesota, the United States. It drains into Lake Superior along its north shore just south of Tofte. It flows out of Brule Lake in Cook County generally south towards its mouth within Temperance River State Park. Its name is supposedly a pun on its lack of a sand bar. Show on map
Minnehaha CreekMinnehaha Creek is a 22-mile-long (35 km) tributary of the Mississippi River that flows east from Gray's Bay Dam on Lake Minnetonka through the suburban cities of Minnetonka, Hopkins, Saint Louis Park, and Edina, and the city of Minneapolis. The creek flows over Minnehaha Falls in Minnehaha Park near its mouth at the Mississippi River. Show on map
East Side LakeEast Side Lake is a 40 acres (16.19 ha) reservoir in Austin, Minnesota in western Mower County, which is in the southeast part of the state. It is one of two man-made lakes in Mower County (the other is Lake Louise), which is one of only four counties in Minnesota without a natural lake. The majority of the lake is only 5–6 feet deep. Show on map
Cobb RiverThe Cobb River (also known as the Big Cobb River) and its tributary the Little Cobb River are small rivers in southern Minnesota in the United States. The Cobb River is a 78.6-mile-long (126.5 km) tributary of the Le Sueur River. Via the Le Sueur, Blue Earth and Minnesota rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. Show on map
Plum CreekPlum Creek is a 35.4-mile-long (57.0 km) stream near the city of Walnut Grove, Minnesota. It passes to the northwest of the town, flowing northeasterly to the Cottonwood River, with its waters then flowing to the Minnesota River and eventually the Mississippi River. Plum Creek lends its name to a regional library network. Show on map
Lake CalhounLake Calhoun (also called Bde Maka Ska) is the largest lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and part of the city's Chain of Lakes. Surrounded by city park land and circled by bike and walking trails, it is popular for many outdoor activities. The lake has an area of 401 acres (1.62 km2) and a maximum depth of 87 feet (27 m). Show on map
Clearwater RiverThe Clearwater River is a 147-mile-long (237 km) tributary of the Red Lake River of Minnesota in the United States. Via the Red Lake River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. \"Clearwater\" is an English translation of the native Ojibwe language name. Show on map
Riceford CreekRiceford Creek is a stream in Minnesota. The river meanders over about 20 miles (32 km) from the town of Mabel, Minnesota to the town of Yucatan, Minnesota, where it flows into the South Fork of the Root River. The creek is named after Minnesota Territory politician Henry Mower Rice, who forded this creek in 1856. Show on map
Baptism RiverThe Baptism River is an 8.8-mile-long (14.2 km) river of the U.S. state of Minnesota. The High Falls of the Baptism River, in Tettegouche State Park, is the highest waterfall entirely within the state of Minnesota at 60 feet (18 m). The High Falls on the Pigeon River is higher, but is on the border with Ontario. Show on map
Cascade RiverThe Cascade River is a 17.1-mile-long (27.5 km) river in northeastern Minnesota, United States. Running through Cook County, it debouches into Lake Superior between Grand Marais and Lutsen. Its lower courses flow through Cascade River State Park. The river was named for a number of waterfalls near its mouth. Show on map
Black RiverThe Black River is a 33.7-mile-long (54.2 km) tributary of the Red Lake River of Minnesota in the United States. Via the Red Lake River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. The Black River was so named on account of its peat-stained waters. Show on map
Dead RiverThe Dead River is a 17.5-mile-long (28.2 km) tributary of the Otter Tail River of Minnesota in the United States. It rises east of Dent and flows south through Dead Lake and Walker Lake to its mouth at Otter Tail Lake on the Otter Tail River. The name Dead River commemorates a massacre of the Ojibwe Indians. Show on map
South Cormorant RiverThe South Cormorant River is a 34.1-mile-long (54.9 km) tributary of the Blackduck River of Minnesota in the United States. It joins the Blackduck River 8.0 miles (12.9 km) upstream of the river's juncture with the North Cormorant River and 12.2 miles (19.6 km) upstream of the Blackduck's mouth at Red Lake. Show on map
East Two RiverThe East Two River is a 25.0-mile-long (40.2 km) tributary of the Saint Louis River in northern Minnesota, United States. It rises at the outlet of Silver Lake in the city of Virginia and flows southwest, joining the Saint Louis River in McDavitt Township, just upstream of the outlet of the West Two River. Show on map
Gull RiverThe Gull River is a 14.2-mile-long (22.9 km) tributary of the Crow Wing River in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Rising at the outlet of Gull Lake, it flows south through Cass and Crow Wing counties to the Crow Wing River 2 miles (3 km) southeast of Sylvan. It is part of the Mississippi River drainage basin. Show on map
Lake HiawathaLake Hiawatha is located just north of Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was purchased by the Minneapolis park system in 1922 for $550,000. At that time the lake was a marsh known as Rice Lake, but over four years, the park system transformed the wetland into a lake surrounded by a park. Show on map
Devils LakeDevils Lake is a lake in the Otter Tail County in Minnesota. The lake occupies 314 acres (1.3 km2) in size. At its deepest point the lake is 90 feet (27 m) deep, however, most of the lake is 15 feet (4.6 m) or less in depth The lake is a locally popular fishing spot. The lake is mesotrophic. Show on map
Screech LakeScreech Lake is a 16 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Water clarity surveys performed by the University of Minnesota indicated Screech Lake had a visibility of 1.36 meters in 2008, although earlier surveys have yielded values of nearly 5 meters. Show on map
Little Cloquet RiverThe Little Cloquet River is a 7.6-mile-long (12.2 km) river located in southern Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It is a tributary of the Cloquet River. The Little Cloquet River flows through North Star Township and Marion Lake Unorganized Territory, located north of Duluth. Show on map
Chippewa RiverThe Chippewa River (Lakota: 'Mayáwakȟáŋ') is a 153-mile-long (246 km) tributary of the Minnesota River in western and southwestern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Minnesota River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The river was named after the Chippewa Indians. Show on map
Buffalo RiverThe Buffalo River is a 139-mile-long (224 km) tributary of the Red River of the North in western Minnesota in the United States. Via the Red River, Lake Winnipeg and the Nelson River, it is part of the watershed of Hudson Bay. The river drains an area of 1,189 square miles (3,080 km2). Show on map
Ashley CreekAshley Creek is a 28.3-mile-long (45.5 km) tributary of the Sauk River in central Minnesota, United States, joining the Sauk just north of Sauk Center. It is part of the Mississippi River watershed. Ashley Creek was named in the 1850s for Ossian Doolittle Ashley, a Boston stockbroker. Show on map
Greenwood RiverThe Greenwood River is a tributary of the Brule River of Minnesota in the United States. It rises at the outlet of Greenwood Lake and flows south 7.1 miles (11.4 km) to the Brule River. It was formerly called Diarrhoea River, because it was supposed drinking its water caused diarrhea. Show on map
Little Knife RiverThe Little Knife River (East) is a 5.7-mile-long (9.2 km) river in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. It is a tributary of the Knife River, located northwest of the city of Two Harbors. A second Little Knife River flows into the Knife River from the west, through St. Louis County. Show on map
Heart LakeHeart Lake is located in northwestern Minnesota, several miles west of Lake Itasca, which is believed to be the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Heart Lake comprises about 206 acres (83 hectares), has a maximum depth of 55 feet (17 m) and is mostly surrounded by private cabins. Show on map
Marion LakeMarion Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 68 at the 2000 census. Pequaywan Lake Road (Saint Louis County Road 44) serves as a main route in the area. Nearby places include North Star Township and Pequaywan Township. Show on map
Ann RiverThe Ann River is a 14.4-mile-long (23.2 km) tributary of the Snake River of Minnesota, United States. It begins at the outlet of Ann Lake and flows generally southeast, reaching the Snake River south of Mora. Ann River was named for an Ojibwe Indian woman who lived in the area. Show on map
Devil Track RiverThe Devil Track River is an 8.7-mile-long (14.0 km) river in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It begins at the outlet of Devil Track Lake and flows southeast to Lake Superior east of Croftville. Devil Track River is a loose translation of the Ojibwe-language name. Show on map
Floodwood RiverThe Floodwood River is a 32.1-mile-long (51.7 km) tributary of the Saint Louis River of Minnesota, United States, joining the Saint Louis at the city of Floodwood. Floodwood River was so named on account of driftwood frequently forming dams which caused the river to flood. Show on map
Abita LakeAbita Lake is a lake in West Cook, Minnesota, which, at an elevation of 2,040.19 feet (621.85 m) above sea level, is Minnesota's ninth highest named lake. Prior to modern surveys, the lake was once believed to be Minnesota's highest elevation lake. Show on map
Buffalo CreekBuffalo Creek is an 84.3-mile-long (135.7 km) river in central Minnesota. It is a tributary of the South Fork of the Crow River, which is a tributary of the Mississippi River. Buffalo Creek was so named from the fact buffalo bones were found there by pioneer settlers. Show on map
Lake BemidjiLake Bemidji is a small glacially-formed lake, approximately 11 mi² (28 km²) in area, in northern Minnesota in the United States. Located less than 50 mi (80 km) downstream from the source of the Mississippi River, it both receives and is drained by the Mississippi. Show on map
Jack CreekJack Creek is a 64-mile-long (103 km) stream in southern Minnesota in the United States. It is a tributary of Heron Lake, the outlet of which flows to the Des Moines River. According to Warren Upham, Jack Creek was probably named for the jackrabbits near the creek. Show on map
Mud Hen LakeMud Hen Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 320 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Makinen is located within Mud Hen Lake Unorganized Territory. Mail service is provided at Makinen. Show on map
North Cormorant RiverThe North Cormorant River is a 39.1-mile-long (62.9 km) tributary of the Blackduck River of Minnesota in the United States. It joins the Blackduck River shortly upstream of that river's mouth at Red Lake, the largest natural lake entirely within Minnesota. Show on map
Thief RiverThe Thief River is a 40.3-mile-long (64.9 km) tributary of the Red Lake River in northwestern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Red Lake River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg and the Nelson River, it is part of the watershed of Hudson Bay. Show on map
Mud LakeMud Lake is an unorganized territory located in Marshall County, Minnesota. As of the 2000 census, the unorganized territory had a total population of 0. Mud Lake was organized as Mud Lake Township, and named for a former lake that has since been drained. Show on map
French RiverThe French River is a 13-mile-long (21 km) river in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States, flowing into Lake Superior at the unincorporated community of French River in Duluth Township. The river also flows through Normanna and Lakewood townships. Show on map
Pigeon RiverThe Pigeon River forms part of the Canada–United States border between the state of Minnesota and the province of Ontario, west of Lake Superior. In pre-industrial times the river was a waterway of great importance for transportation and the fur trade. Show on map
Rice CreekRice Creek is a tributary of the Mississippi River in the northern suburbs of the Minneapolis–St. Paul metropolitan area of Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 28 miles (45 km) long and drains a watershed of 201 square miles (520 km2). Show on map
Blackhoof RiverThe Blackhoof River is a 26.3-mile-long (42.3 km) tributary of the Nemadji River in Carlton County, Minnesota, United States, flowing via the Nemadji River to Lake Superior. \"Black hoof\" is the English translation of the native Ojibwe language name. Show on map
Lake MinaLake Mina is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Mina was named for the mother of Frederick von Baumbach, an early settler and afterward Minnesota Secretary of State, and the latter for whom Baumbach Lake also was named. Show on map
East RiverThe East River is a small headwaters tributary of the Saint Louis River in northern Minnesota, United States. The East River, 3.0 miles (4.8 km) long, flows (along with the North River) into Seven Beaver Lake, the source of the St. Louis River. Show on map
Gentilly RiverThe Gentilly River is an 8.5-mile-long (13.7 km) tributary of the Red Lake River of Minnesota in the United States. Via the Red Lake River, the Red River of the North, Lake Winnipeg, and the Nelson River, it is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. Show on map
Flute Reed RiverThe Flute Reed River is a 10.5-mile-long (16.9 km) stream in northeastern Minnesota, United States, flowing into Lake Superior at the village of Hovland. Early in author Calvin Rutstrum's life he lived in a cabin on the Flute Reed river. Show on map
Kimball CreekKimball Creek is an 8.9-mile-long (14.3 km) stream in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It is a tributary of Lake Superior. Kimball Creek was named for Charles G. Kimball, an explorer who drowned in Lake Superior near the creek. Show on map
Groundhouse RiverThe Groundhouse River is a 39.8-mile-long (64.1 km) tributary of the Snake River in eastern Minnesota, United States. Via the Snake River and St. Croix River, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed flowing to the Gulf of Mexico. Show on map
Tack LakeTack Lake is a 16 acre lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River through Rice Lake. Water clarity surveys performed by the University of Minnesota indicated Tack Lake had a visibility of 2.48 meters in 2008. Show on map
Little Knife RiverThe Little Knife River (West) is a 7.4-mile-long (11.9 km) river in St. Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It is a tributary of the Knife River. A second Little Knife River flows into the Knife River from the east, in Lake County. Show on map
Heikkala LakeHeikkala Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 322 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Central Lakes is located within Heikkala Lake Unorganized Territory. Show on map
White Bear LakeWhite Bear Lake is a lake in northeastern Ramsey County and western Washington County in the U.S. state of Minnesota, northeast of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. The city of White Bear Lake takes its name from the lake. Show on map
Cat RiverThe Cat River is a 16.3-mile-long (26.2 km) tributary of the Crow Wing River in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is part of the Mississippi River drainage basin. Cat River was named for the cougars which were once common in the area. Show on map
Round LakeRound Lake is a lake in the city of Eden Prairie, Hennepin County, Minnesota. There is a park called Round Lake Park near the lake that holds various gatherings such as a Fourth of July Celebration and other city-sponsored events. Show on map
Burntside RiverThe Burntside River is a river of Minnesota. The river flows through the west–central portion of Morse Township in northern Saint Louis County. The river's name comes from the Ojibwe Indians, for nearby areas burned in wildfires. Show on map
Football LakeFootball Lake is a lake in Cass County, Minnesota, United States. The name was collected by the United States Geological Survey between 1976 and 1980, and entered into the Geographic Names Information System on January 11, 1980. Show on map
Beaver RiverThe Beaver River is a 13.6-mile-long (21.9 km) tributary of the Cloquet River of Minnesota, located in southern Saint Louis County. The Beaver River flows through Grand Lake Township and Fredenberg Township, northwest of Duluth. Show on map
Sturgeon RiverSturgeon River is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 99 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Celina is located within Sturgeon River Unorganized Territory. Show on map
Little Nokasippi RiverThe Little Nokasippi River is a 13.8-mile-long (22.2 km) tributary of the Nokasippi River in Crow Wing County, Minnesota. It joins the Nokasippi just 1.0 mile (1.6 km) upstream from that river's mouth at the Mississippi River. Show on map
Big Dick LakeBig Dick Lake is a natural lake in Itasca County, Minnesota, in the United States. It is located within Chippewa National Forest. This lake has a surface area of 256.2 acres (103.7 ha). Big Dick Lake was named for a lumberman. Show on map
Lower Tamarack RiverThe Lower Tamarack River is a 39.0-mile-long (62.8 km) river in Pine County near the eastern border of Minnesota, in the United States. It is a tributary of the St. Croix River, which flows southwards to the Mississippi River. Show on map
Tikander LakeTikander Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 783 at the 2000 census. Nearby places include Fayal Township, Biwabik Township, White Township, Palo, and Makinen. Show on map
Kansas LakeKansas Lake is a lake in Watonwan County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Kansas Lake was not named after the state of Kansas; instead the name is a corruption of \"Kensie's Lake\", in honor of John Kensie, an English settler. Show on map
Lura LakeLura Lake is a lake in Blue Earth County, Minnesota and Faribault County, Minnesota, in the United States. According to tradition, Lura Lake was named by government surveyors who saw \"Lura\" carved into a tree near the lake. Show on map
Artichoke LakeArtichoke Lake is a lake in Big Stone and Swift counties, Minnesota, in the United States. Artichoke Lake is likely a translation of the Native American name, referring to the Jerusalem artichokes harvested there for food. Show on map
Hungry Jack LakeHungry Jack Lake is a lake in Cook County, Minnesota, in the United States. Hungry Jack Lake was putatively named for Anderson Jackson Scott, a surveyor's assistant who at this lake was temporarily without food supplies. Show on map
Warren LakeWarren Lake is a lake in Mahnomen County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Warren Lake was named for Budd Warren, the nephew of William Whipple Warren, an historian, interpreter, and legislator in the Minnesota Territory. Show on map
Cross RiverThe Cross River is a 20.4-mile-long (32.8 km) river in northern Minnesota, the United States. It is a direct tributary of Lake Superior. Cross River was named for a wooden cross erected at the river's mouth by a priest. Show on map
Little Langley RiverThe Little Langley River is a 4.2-mile-long (6.8 km) tributary of the Langley River of Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Cloquet River watershed, flowing to the Saint Louis River and ultimately Lake Superior. Show on map
Bear Head LakeBear Head Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 5. Nearby places include Babbitt, Embarrass, Waasa Township, and Eagles Nest Township. Show on map
Little Devil Track RiverThe Little Devil Track River is a 6.1-mile-long (9.8 km) stream in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It is a tributary of the Devil Track River and flows west to east, north of the city of Grand Marais. Show on map
Hay LakeHay Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 98 at the 2000 census. Nearby places include Biwabik Township, the city of Biwabik, and Pike Township. Show on map
Cut Foot Sioux LakeCut Foot Sioux Lake is a lake in Itasca County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The Cut Foot Sioux Trail takes hikers past the lake. Cut Foot Sioux Lake was named for an injured Sioux Indian who died there. Show on map
Lightning LakeLightning Lake is a lake in Grant County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lightning Lake probably received its name from an incident when a party of explorers were almost struck by lightning near the lake. Show on map
Swenoda LakeSwenoda Lake is a lake in Pope County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Swenoda is a portmanteau of Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, commemorating the nationalities of the pioneers who first settled in the area. Show on map
Lake PulaskiLake Pulaski is a lake in Wright County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Pulaski was named for Casimir Pulaski (Kazimierz Pułaski), a Polish military commander and American Revolutionary War hero. Show on map
Fall RiverThe Fall River is a 3.3-mile-long (5.3 km) stream in northeastern Minnesota, the United States. It drops 860 feet (260 m) in elevation to Lake Superior over the final 2.2 miles (3.5 km) of its course. Show on map
Whipple LakeWhipple Lake is a lake in Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. Whipple Lake was named for Henry Benjamin Whipple, an Episcopal bishop who worked closely with Ojibwe and Sioux Indians. Show on map
Erin LakeErin Lake is a lake in Sibley County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. A large share of the early settlers being natives of Ireland caused the name Erin, the ancient name for Ireland, to be selected. Show on map
Oakleaf LakeOakleaf Lake is a lake in Nicollet County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Oakleaf Lake was named for H. J. Eckloff, an early settler, his surname Eckloff meaning \"oak leaf\" in the Swedish language. Show on map
Brand LakeBrand Lake is a lake in Carver County, Minnesota, in the United States. According to hisotrian Warren Upham, a lake called Brandt Lake in Carver County was named for Leroy Brandt, an early settler. Show on map
Elk RiverThe Elk River is an 84.0-mile-long (135.2 km) river in east-central Minnesota in the United States. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River, draining a watershed of 630 square miles (1,600 km2). Show on map
Crab LakeCrab Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located north of Eagles Nest Township, and west of Morse Township. The population was 11 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Pelican RiverThe Pelican River is an 85.3-mile-long (137.3 km) tributary of the Otter Tail River of Minnesota in the United States. Pelican River is an English translation of the native Ojibwe language name. Show on map
Grosilliers LakeGrosilliers Lake is a lake in Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. Grosilliers Lake was named for Médard des Groseilliers, a French explorer, although the spelling is different. Show on map
Lake RenoLake Reno is a lake in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Reno was named for Jesse L. Reno (1823–1862), an American military general during the Mexican–American War, and the American Civil War. Show on map
Sixmile LakeSixmile Lake is a lake in Cass County, Minnesota, in the United States. Sixmile Lake was named from its distance, 6 miles (9.7 km) from the Indian agency on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Show on map
Lake VirginiaLake Virginia is a lake in Carver and Hennepin counties, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Virginia was named after the state of Virginia, the native home of a share of the early settlers. Show on map
Little Joe RiverThe Little Joe River is a 9.4-mile-long (15.1 km) watercourse in northwestern Minnesota. It is a tributary of the north branch of the Two Rivers, which drains into the Red River of the North. Show on map
Leaf RiverThe Leaf River is a 43.6-mile-long (70.2 km) tributary of the Crow Wing River in west-central Minnesota in the United States. Via the Crow Wing, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed. Show on map
Big Birch LakeBig Birch Lake is a 2,108-acre (9 km2) lake near the towns of Grey Eagle, Minnesota and St. Rosa, Minnesota. It has a max depth of 81 feet (25 m). It is popular for watersports and fishing. Show on map
Allen LakeAllen Lake is a lake in Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. Allen Lake was named for James Allen, a travel companion of Henry Schoolcraft on one of the latter's expeditions. Show on map
Sea Gull LakeSea Gull Lake is a lake in Cook County, Minnesota, in the United States. Sea Gull Lake is an English translation of the Ojibwe-language name; it was so named for the abundance of seagulls. Show on map
Lake ArthurLake Arthur is a lake in Polk County, near the town of Fertile in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Arthur was named for Chester A. Arthur (1829–1886), American politician and 21st President of the United States. Show on map
Baumbach LakeBaumbach Lake is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Baumbach Lake was named for Frederick von Baumbach, an early settler and afterward Minnesota Secretary of State. Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake is a lake lying mostly in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States. Its northernmost part extends into Becker County. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 1362 feet (415 m). Show on map
Cleary LakeCleary Lake is a lake in Scott County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Cleary Lake was named for three members of the Cleary family (John, Patrick, and Peter), who lived near the lake. Show on map
Bingham LakeBingham Lake is a lake in Cottonwood County, Minnesota, in the United States. The lake was named for Kinsley S. Bingham, a U.S. Senator, and the 11th Governor of the State of Michigan. Show on map
Hazeltine LakeHazeltine Lake is a lake in Carver County, Minnesota, in the United States. Hazeltine Lake is named for the Hazeltine family of early settlers; Lake Susan is named for Susan Hazeltine. Show on map
Little Cannon RiverThe Little Cannon River is a small, 5.7-mile-long (9.2 km) river in Minnesota, United States. It is located in its entirety in Le Sueur County. It joins the Cannon River in Sabre Lake. Show on map
Lake CowdreyLake Cowdrey, also known as Lake Cowdry and Cowdry Lake, is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The lake was named for Samuel Burritt Cowdrey, a pioneer settler. Show on map
Lake CharleyLake Charley is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Charley was named for the son of a pioneer settler; Lake Louise was named after the pioneer's daughter. Show on map
Tulaby LakeTulaby Lake is a lake in Becker and Mahnomen counties, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Tulaby Lake was named for the freshwater fish Coregonus artedi, commonly known as the tullibee. Show on map
Lake SusanLake Susan is a lake in Carver County, Minnesota, in the United States. Lake Susan was named for Susan Hazeltine, a local schoolteacher; Hazeltine Lake is also named for her family. Show on map
Sand LakeSand Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located within the unincorporated area of Britt. The population was 1,060 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Roosevelt LakeRoosevelt Lake is a lake in Cass County and Crow Wing County, Minnesota, in the United States. Roosevelt Lake was named for Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States. Show on map
Knife RiverThe Knife River is a 23.9-mile-long (38.5 km) river of northern Minnesota which drains a portion of Lake and Saint Louis counties into Lake Superior between Duluth and Two Harbors. Show on map
Fish LakeFish Lake is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Christiania Township, Jackson County, Minnesota, United States. Its population was 51 as of the 2010 census. Show on map
Blackhawk LakeBlackhawk Lake is a lake in Dakota County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to Warren Upham, Blackhawk Lake is probably an English translation of the Sioux language name. Show on map
Pokegama LakePokegama Lake is a lake in Pine County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Pokegama is a name derived from the Ojibwe language meaning \"the water which juts off from another water\". Show on map
Lake HubertLake Hubert is a lake in Crow Wing County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to Warren Upham, Lake Hubert may have been named after Hubertus, the patron saint of hunters. Show on map
Nixon LakeNixon Lake is a lake in Wright County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Nixon Lake bears the name of a local pioneer settler. There is also a Nixon Lake in Vilas County Wisconsin. Show on map
Double LakeDouble Lake is a pair of lakes in Cottonwood County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Double Lake was named from the fact these twin lakes are separated only by a narrow passage. Show on map
Finn LakeFinn Lake is a lake in Wadena County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. A large share of the early settlers near this lake being natives of Finland caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Deer LakeDeer Lake is an unorganized territory in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3,495 at the 2010 census. It is the setting for novels by author Tami Hoag. Show on map
Stockhaven LakeStockhaven Lake is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Stockhaven Lake derives its name from Hans G. von Stackhausen, a pioneer who settled there in 1870. Show on map
Ruth LakeRuth Lake is a lake in Crow Wing County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to Warren Upham, Ruth Lake was probably named of the daughter or wife of a pioneer lumberman. Show on map
Anna LakeAnna Lake is a lake in Crow Wing County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to Warren Upham, Anna Lake was probably named of the daughter or wife of a pioneer lumberman. Show on map
Gilfillin LakeGilfillin Lake is a lake in Blue Earth County, Minnesota, in the United States. Gilfillin Lake was named for Joseph Gilfillin, an early settler who was killed in the Civil War. Show on map
Lady Slipper LakeLady Slipper Lake is a lake in Lyon County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lady Slipper Lake was named for state flower of Minnesota, the lady's slipper (Cypripedium reginae). Show on map
Nest LakeNest Lake is a lake in Kandiyohi County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Nest Lake was named for the many nests of double-crested cormorants once seen there by early settlers. Show on map
Molly Stark LakeMolly Stark Lake is a lake in Otter Tail County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The lake was named for Molly Stark, the wife of American Revolutionary War general John Stark. Show on map
Lake ShaokatanLake Shaokatan is a lake in Lincoln County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to Warren Upham, Shaokatan is a name derived from the Sioux language of unknown meaning. Show on map
Little Tamarac RiverThe Little Tamarac River is a 14.2-mile-long (22.9 km) tributary of the Tamarac River of Minnesota in the United States. Via the Tamarac River, it is a tributary of Red Lake. Show on map
Big Sugar Bush LakeBig Sugar Bush Lake is a lake in Becker County, Minnesota, in the United States. Big Sugar Bush Lake was named for the maple trees used by Native Americans to produce syrup. Show on map
Chain LakeChain Lake is a lake in Chisago County, Minnesota, in the United States. Chain Lake was named from the resemblance of its outline and other nearby lakes to links of a chain. Show on map
Mantrap LakeMantrap Lake is a lake in Hubbard County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Mantrap Lake was so named because it was known by the pioneers to be difficult to travel around it. Show on map
Lake RipleyLake Ripley is a lake in Meeker County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Ripley was named for Frederick N. Ripley, who died there of exposure during the winter of 1855. Show on map
Latimer LakeLatimer Lake is a lake in Todd County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Latimer Lake was named for Alfred Eugene Latimer, a U.S. Army officer who was stationed in the area. Show on map
Lester RiverThe Lester River, is a 19.3-mile-long (31.1 km) tributary of Lake Superior, in northeastern Minnesota in the United States. It drains an area of 58 square miles (150 km2). Show on map
Shields LakeShields Lake is a lake in Rice County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Shields Lake was named for James Shields (1810–1879), an American politician and U.S. Army officer. Show on map
Wita LakeWita Lake is a lake in Blue Earth County, Minnesota, in the United States. Wita Lake was named from a Sioux-language word meaning \"Island Lake\", for its two lake islands. Show on map
Lake IreneLake Irene is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Irene was named for Irene Roadruck, whose mother was honored with her own lake, Lake Miltona. Show on map
Lake IsabelleLake Isabelle (also rendered Lake Isabell) is a lake in Dakota County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Isabelle was named for a daughter of the founder of Hastings. Show on map
Savage LakeSavage Lake is a lake in Ramsey County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Savage Lake was named for the Indians (formerly called savages) who were once common in the area. Show on map
Angleworm LakeAngleworm Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2000 census, the unorganized territory had a total population of 0. Show on map
Slim LakeSlim Lake is an unorganized territory in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States; located north of Ely and Morse Township. The population was 75 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Lake McKusickLake McKusick is a lake in Washington County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake McKusick was named for John McKusick, an early settler who later became a state legislator. Show on map
Current LakeCurrent Lake (also spelled Currant Lake) is a lake in Murray County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Current Lake derives its name from the currant trees near the lake. Show on map
Spectacle LakeSpectacle Lake is a lake in Isanti County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It was so named on account of its outline being shaped like a pair of spectacles. Spectacle Lake Wildlife Management Area is just south of the lake. Show on map
White Stone LakeWhite Stone Lake is a lake in Chisago County, Minnesota, in the United States. White Stone Lake was named from the white stones, large and small, found on its lake bed. Show on map
Longyear LakeLongyear Lake is a lake in St. Louis County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Longyear Lake bears the name of brothers who were businessmen in the local mining industry. Show on map
Lake MiltonaLake Miltona is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake Miltona was named for Florence Miltona Roadruck, the wife of a pioneer who settled there. Show on map
Little Horseshoe LakeLittle Horseshoe Lake is a lake in Chisago County, Minnesota, in the United States. Little Horseshoe Lake was named from the resemblance of its outline to a horseshoe. Show on map
Pigs Eye LakePigs Eye Lake is a lake in Ramsey County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Pigs Eye Lake was named after Pierre \"Pig's Eye\" Parrant, an early settler who had a bad eye. Show on map
Lake De MontrevilleLake De Montreville is a lake in Washington County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Lake De Montreville was named for a dentist who built a resort house near the lake. Show on map
Circle LakeCircle Lake is a lake in Rice County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Circle Lake was so named for the fact part of the lake forms a rough circle around a lake island. Show on map
Beatty LakeBeatty Lake is a lake in Sibley County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Beatty Lake was named for Robert Beatty, an early Irish settler and afterward state legislator. Show on map
Two Inlets LakeTwo Inlets Lake is a lake in Becker County, Minnesota, in the United States. Two Inlets Lake was named from two inflowing streams which meet at nearly the same point. Show on map
Farnham CreekFarnham Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Farnham Creek was named for Summer W. Farnham, a businessperson in the lumber industry and state legislator. Show on map
Knutsen LakeKnutsen Lake is a lake in Waseca County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Knutsen Lake was named for Gullick Knutsen, a Norwegian settler who served as a county clerk. Show on map
Picard LakesPicard Lakes is a group of lakes in Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. Picard Lakes were named for Antoine Auguelle Picard du Gay, a French explorer. Show on map
Chicago BayChicago Bay is a small bay on the North Shore of Lake Superior located at 47°50′17″N 89°57′49″W / 47.83806°N 89.96361°W. Hovland, Minnesota, is situated on the bay. Show on map
Blackwell LakeBlackwell Lake is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Blackwell Lake was named for George Blackwell, a pioneer who settled in the area in 1868. Show on map
McKay LakeMcKay Lake is a lake in Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. McKay Lake was named for Rev. Stanley A. McKay, who baptized people in this lake in 1891. Show on map
Carey LakeCarey Lake is a lake in Cottonwood County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Carey Lake was named for three brothers who settled there: Harvey, John, and Ralph Carey. Show on map
Coon LakeCoon Lake is a lake in Anoka County, Minnesota, in the United States. Coon Lake was named from the fact the lakefront area was a popular hunting ground of raccoons. Show on map
Fourmile LakeFourmile Lake is a lake in Grant County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Fourmile Lake was named from its distance, four miles (6.4 km) from Pomme de Terre station. Show on map
Horseleg LakeHorseleg Lake is a lake in Isanti County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Horseleg Lake was so named on account of its outline being shaped like the leg of a horse. Show on map
Solomon LakeSolomon Lake is a lake in Kandiyohi County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Solomon Lake was named for Solomon R. Foot, a pioneer for whom Foot Lake was also named. Show on map
Lime CreekLime Creek is a 26.8-mile-long (43.1 km) waterway of Minnesota and tributary of the Des Moines River. Lime Creek was named from the limestone rock on the creek bed. Show on map
Golden LakeGolden Lake is a lake in Anoka County, Minnesota, in the United States. Golden Lake was named for John Golden, the original owner of the land surrounding the lake. Show on map
Wintermute LakeWintermute Lake is a lake in Stevens County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Wintermute Lake was named for Charles Wintermute, a pioneer who settled near the lake. Show on map
Deming LakeDeming Lake is a lake in Hubbard County and Clearwater County, Minnesota, in the United States. Deming Lake was named for Portius C. Deming, a state park official. Show on map
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Farnham LakeFarnham Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Farnham Lake was named for Summer W. Farnham, a businessperson in the lumber industry and state legislator. Show on map
Winnebago CreekWinnebago Creek is a 23.6-mile-long (38.0 km) tributary of the Mississippi River in southeastern Minnesota. Winnebago Creek was named after the Winnebago Indians. Show on map
String LakesString Lakes is a pair of lakes in Cottonwood County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The twin lakes were named from the fact their outlines appear like a string. Show on map
Four Town LakeFour Town Lake is a lake in Itasca County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Four Town Lake was named from the fact parts of the lake are located in four townships. Show on map
Gervais LakeGervais Lake is a lake in Ramsey County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Gervais Lake was named after Benjamin Gervais, a pioneer who settled at the lake in 1844. Show on map
Little Elbow LakeLittle Elbow Lake is a lake in Mahnomen County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Little Elbow Lake was so named on account of its outline being bent like an elbow. Show on map
English Grove LakeEnglish Grove Lake is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. English Grove Lake was named for the nearby groves of settler William T. English. Show on map
Vermont LakeVermont Lake is a lake in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. A number of the first settlers being natives of Vermont caused the name to be selected. Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Minnesota
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Pipestone National MonumentPipestone National Monument is located in southwestern Minnesota, just north of the city of Pipestone, Minnesota. It is located along the highways of U.S. Route 75, Minnesota State Highway 23 and Minnesota State Highway 30. As the United States grew westward in the 19th century, pipes found their way into white society through trade. To protect their source, the Yankton Sioux secured free and unrestricted access via The Treaty With The Yankton Sioux, which was signed on April 19, 1858. \n* Historic pipestone quarry \n* Pipestone crafting demonstration at Pipestone National Monument \n* Show on map
Nicollet ParkNicollet Park is a former baseball ground located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The ground was home to the minor league Minneapolis Millers of the Western League and later American Association from 1896 to 1955. During its first season (1896) it was officially known as Wright Field, named for one of baseball's founding fathers, Harry Wright. The wood stadium was replaced by a steel and concrete stadium in 1912. Lights were installed in 1937. Show on map
Mississippi National River and Recreation AreaThe Mississippi National River and Recreation Area protects a 72-mile (116 km) and 54,000-acre (22,000 ha) corridor along the Mississippi River from the cities of Dayton and Ramsey, Minnesota to just downstream of Hastings, Minnesota. This includes the stretch of Mississippi River which flows through Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. This stretch of the upper Mississippi River includes natural, historical, recreational, cultural, scenic, scientific, and economic resources of national significance. This is the only national park dedicated exclusively to the Mississippi River. It is located in parts of Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington counties, all within the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area. Show on map
Minneapolis Sculpture GardenThe Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is an 11-acre (4.5 ha) park in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States.It is located near the Walker Art Center, which operates it in coordination with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. It is currently closed for renovation, and will reopen in June 2017 when the Walker and Sculpture Garden are unified as one 19-acre campus. It is one of the largest urban sculpture gardens in the country, with 40 permanent art installations and several other temporary pieces that are moved in and out periodically. Show on map
Lexington ParkLexington Park was the name of a former minor league baseball park in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was the home of the St. Paul Saints from 1897 through 1956, when it was replaced by the first version of Midway Stadium. Comiskey continued to own the ballpark for another decade or so (leasing it out to a replacement American Association club), until finally selling it to local interests in 1909. Show on map
Cloquet Valley State ForestThe Cloquet Valley State Forest encompasses 327,098 acres (1,323.7 km2); 48,384 acres (195.8 km2) of which (or 15%) are Minnesota Department of Natural Resources forestry administered lands. Located in southeast Saint Louis County, the Cloquet Valley State Forest is located about 20 miles (32 km) north of Duluth and 25 miles (40 km) southeast of Virginia, in Minnesota's Arrowhead region. It spreads out over east–central Saint Louis County, generally in areas just north of the city of Duluth, but extending into the valleys of the Ush-kab-wan River, Whiteface River, and Cloquet River, for which it is named. The city of Cloquet is located in adjacent Carlton County. Show on map
Paul Bunyan State ForestThe Paul Bunyan State Forest is a state forest located in Hubbard and Cass counties in Minnesota. The forest borders the Chippewa National Forest and the Welsh Lake State Forest to the east, and the Mississippi Headwaters State Forest to the northwest. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the land department for Hubbard County. Show on map
Minnesota Landscape ArboretumThe Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is a 1,137-acre (4.60 km2) horticultural garden and arboretum located about 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Chanhassen, Minnesota at 3675 Arboretum Drive, Chaska, Minnesota. It is part of the Department of Horticultural Science in the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences at the University of Minnesota, and open to the public every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. An admission fee is charged. It is the Upper Midwest's largest public garden. Show on map
Pillsbury State ForestThe Pillsbury State Forest is a state forest located in Cass County, Minnesota. Created in 1900, it was the first designated Minnesota state forests. The forest borders Gull Lake and the city of Lake Shore to the north. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The name of the forest is derived from John S. Pillsbury, the former Governor of Minnesota, who donated the original 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of land that became the state forest. Show on map
Pike IslandPike Island, Dakota name Wita Tanka, is an island at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers in the southwestern part of Saint Paul in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota, U.S.. The island is now part of Fort Snelling State Park. It is a portion of the 100,000 acres (400 km2) of land purchased from the Mdewakanton Sioux Indians by Zebulon Pike in September 1805. Pike's Purchase was later to become Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, and Saint Paul. The U.S. government wanted to build a fort to protect American interests in the fur trade in the region, and Pike negotiated the treaty. Pike valued the land at $200,000, but the U.S. Senate later agreed to pay only $2000. Show on map
Land O'Lakes State ForestThe Land O'Lakes State Forest is a state forest located primarily in Cass, Minnesota, with portions extending into adjacent Aitkin and Crow Wing counties. The forest has small shared borders with the Chippewa National Forest to the north, and the Hill River State Forest to east. Over half of the forest's land is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; the remaining land is managed by Cass County or is privately held. Show on map
Nemadji State ForestThe Nemadji State Forest is a state forest located primarily in Pine County, Minnesota. A small portion of the forest extends into neighboring Carlton County. The eastern perimeter of the forest borders the state of Wisconsin. It is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Gray wolves, white-tailed deer, and eagles are present in the forest. Show on map
Snowbank TrailThe Snowbank Trail is a hiking trail in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) in northern Minnesota. The trail runs the perimeter of Snowbank Lake and crosses the Kekekabic Trail at the south side of Snowbank Lake. The entire trail comprises a 24-mile (39 km) loop, numerous campsites are available. During the BWCAW Visitor' Distribution Program (May 1 - September 30), permits are required for overnight use of the trail. It is located in Fall Lake Township in northernmost Lake County. \n* \n* Snowbank Lake taken from a campsite just off Snowbank Trail. \n* \n* Show on map
Minneapolis-St. Paul-BloomingtonMinneapolis–Saint Paul is a major metropolitan area built around the Mississippi, Minnesota and St. Croix rivers. The area is commonly known as the Twin Cities for its two largest cities, Minneapolis, the city with the largest population in Minnesota, and Saint Paul, the state capital. It is an example of twin cities in the sense of geographical proximity. Minnesotans often refer to the two together (or the seven-county metro area collectively) as The Cities. Show on map
Mille Lacs Kathio State ParkMille Lacs Kathio State Park, also known as Kathio Site, is a Minnesota state park on Mille Lacs Lake. The park preserves habitation sites and mound groups, believed to date between 3000 BC and 1750 AD, that document Sioux Indian culture and Ojibwe-Sioux relationships. The park contains 19 identified archaeological sites, making it one of the most significant archaeological collections in Minnesota. The earliest site dates to the Archaic period and shows evidence of copper tool manufacture. The Sioux lived in this area roughly until the 18th century, when many bands of Sioux were moving southward into the prairies and river areas of southern Minnesota. At the same time, Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) were moving in from the east. Ojibwe oral tradition, published by William Whipple Warren, suggests t Show on map
Rice Lake National Wildlife RefugeThe 18,208-acre (73.69 km2) Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1935 and is located in the scenic forest and bog area of northern Minnesota. Visitors can enjoy a range of habitats, including lake, river, bog and hardwood forest. The one-half-acre Mille Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, located in Mille Lacs Lake, is also administered from Rice Lake Refuge. Show on map
Buffalo River State ParkBuffalo River State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, conserving a prairie bisected by the wooded banks of the Buffalo River. Together with the adjacent Bluestem Prairie Scientific and Natural Area owned by The Nature Conservancy, it protects one of the largest and highest-quality prairie remnants in Minnesota. With the closest swimming lake to the Fargo–Moorhead metropolitan area, however, it is most popular for swimming and picnicking. The 1,068-acre (432 ha) park is located just off U.S. Route 10 in Clay County, 4.5 miles (7.2 km) east of Glyndon and 14 miles (23 km) east of Moorhead. Show on map
Koochiching State ForestThe Koochiching State Forest is a state forest located near International Falls in Itasca, Koochiching, and Saint Louis counties, Minnesota. The forest borders the Pine Island State Forest to the west, the Big Fork State Forest and George Washington State Forest to the south, the Nett Lake Indian Reservation and the Kabetogama State Forest to the east. A leg of the forest touches Rainy Lake to the north, which forms part of the international border with Ontario. Of the 565,500 acres (2,288 km2), 344,300 acres (1,393 km2) are managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, making it one of the largest forests in the Minnesota state system. Show on map
Inspiration PeakInspiration Peak is the highest peak of the Leaf Hills Moraines and of Otter Tail County in the U.S. State of Minnesota. It is 22 miles (36 km) northwest of Alexandria. The peak rises about 400 feet (122 m) above the surrounding plains, to an elevation of about 1750 feet (533 m) above sea level. It is the central feature of Inspiration Peak State Wayside Park, a small park maintained by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, which manages it from nearby Lake Carlos State Park. The wayside has a paved parking lot and a picnic area. The hike to the top is a short but strenuous walk up a well-worn trail from the parking lot. Show on map
Eagle MountainEagle Mountain is the highest natural point in Minnesota, at 2,301 feet (701 m). It is located in northern Cook County and is in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Superior National Forest in the Misquah Hills, northwest of the community of Grand Marais. It is a Minnesota State Historic Site. Permits are required because portions of this hike enter the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Self-issued permits are available at any Superior National Forest ranger station or at the trailhead. Instructions and the permit can usually be found at the trailhead kiosk. \n* \n* \n* \n* Show on map
National Sports Center ParkThe National Sports Center (NSC) is a 650-acre multi-sport complex located in Blaine, Minnesota. It includes a soccer stadium, over 50 full-sized soccer fields, a golf course, a velodrome, a meeting and convention facility, and an eight-sheet ice rink, the Schwan Super Rink, which is the largest ice arena in the world. The National Sports Center has hosted numerous National and World Championship events in soccer, hockey, figure skating, short track speedskating, broomball, rugby, ultimate and lacrosse. The National Sports Center opened in 1990 after 1987 legislature created the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission (MASC) and appropriated $14.7 million for the construction of the NSC. The facility welcomes over 3.8 million visitors annually, making it the most-visited sports facility in the Show on map
Pine Island State ForestThe Pine Island State Forest is a Minnesota state forest located primarily in Koochiching County, although portions extend into Beltrami, Lake of the Woods, and Itasca counties. The forest borders the Koochiching State Forest to the east, the Red Lake State Forest to the west, and Big Fork State Forest and Chippewa National Forest to the south.At an area of 878,040 acres (355,330 ha), it is the largest state forest in Minnesota. Show on map
Gooseberry Falls State ParkGooseberry Falls State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The park is located in Silver Creek Township, about 13 miles (21 km) northeast of Two Harbors, Minnesota in Lake County on scenic Minnesota Highway 61. The park surrounds the mouth of the Gooseberry River and includes Upper, Middle and Lower Gooseberry Falls. The park provides 70 non-electric camping sites that are available year-round. There are 18 miles (29 km) of hiking trails, including 8 miles (13 km) of mountain bike trails. The trails connect to the Superior Hiking Trail. Show on map
Grand Portage National MonumentGrand Portage National Monument is a United States National Monument located on the north shore of Lake Superior in northeastern Minnesota that preserves a vital center of fur trade activity and Anishinaabeg Ojibwe heritage. The Grand Portage is an 8.5-mile (13.7 km) (2720 rod) footpath which bypasses a set of waterfalls and rapids on the last 20 miles (32 km) of the Pigeon River before it flows into Lake Superior. This path is part of the historic trade route of the French-Canadian voyageurs and coureur des bois between their wintering grounds and their depots to the east. Show on map
Lyons State ForestThe Lyons State Forest is a state forest located near the city of Staples in Wadena County, Minnesota. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The forest and surrounding area of the Crow Wing River valley were originally inhabited by the Eastern Dakota and Ojibwe people. European exploration began as a result of the fur trade by the French in the early 18th century, and subsequently the Canadian and British in the 1760s. The old-growth forests were logged extensively between 1870 and the early 20th century; the lumber industry in the area declined rapidly after the depletion of the mature forests. Wildfires historically occurred every 10 to 40 years, which explains the dominance of Jack Pine, Aspen, and Paper Birch in the forest, although stands of Eastern W Show on map
Height of Land PortageHeight of Land Portage is a portage along the historic Boundary Waters route between Canada and the United States. Located at the border of the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of Minnesota, the path is a relatively easy crossing of the Laurentian Divide separating the watersheds of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Located in La Verendrye Provincial Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in the unspoiled country along the international boundary, the portage retains its traditional use, but for recreational canoe trips rather than commerce. Show on map
Kekekabic TrailThe Kekekabic Trail, commonly referred to as 'The Kek', is a hiking trail that runs about 41 miles from Snowbank Road near Ely, Minnesota to the western terminus of the Gunflint Trail in northwestern Cook County. The Gunflint then proceeds southeastward, with its terminus at Grand Marais, Minnesota on Lake Superior. The Kekekabic Trail runs through the center of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and begins opposite the Snowbank Trailhead on the Ely side. Most of the trail lies in Lake County. Show on map
Savanna Portage State ParkSavanna Portage State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, established in 1961 to preserve the historic Savanna Portage, a difficult 6-mile (9.7 km) trail connecting the watersheds of the Mississippi River and Lake Superior. The park contains a drainage divide separating the West Savanna River, which drains to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, from the East Savanna River, which flows in an opposite direction to the Saint Louis River, Lake Superior and the Great Lakes, and the Saint Lawrence River to the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Fort Snelling State ParkFort Snelling State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers. Its most notable feature is the historic Fort Snelling, which dates from 1820. The fort itself is operated by the Minnesota Historical Society and requires a separate entrance fee. The bulk of the state park preserves the bottomland forest, rivers, and backwater lakes below the river bluffs. The park was opened in 1962. Both the State Park and Historic Fort are part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, a National Park Service site. Show on map
Nicollet IslandNicollet Island is an island in the Mississippi River just north of Saint Anthony Falls in central Minneapolis, Minnesota. According to the United States Census Bureau the island has a land area of 194,407 square metres (0.075 sq mi) and a 2000 census population of 144 persons. The island makes up a large part of the city-designated Nicollet Island/East Bank neighborhood. The island is named for cartographer Joseph Nicollet, who mapped the Upper Mississippi in the 1830s. Show on map
Mississippi Headwaters State ForestThe Mississippi Headwaters State Forest is a state forest located near the town of Wilton in Beltrami County, Minnesota. Portions of the forest extend into the neighboring counties of Clearwater and Hubbard. The majority of the forest is managed by the respective counties, with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources managing around 9,000 acres (3,600 ha). The forest is named after its location immediately downstream (north) of Lake Itasca, the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Show on map
Bear Head Lake State ParkBear Head Lake State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, providing ready access to outdoor recreation in the Boundary Waters region. It boasts scenery similar to the nearby Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, with the added conveniences of road access, modern facilities, and motorboating. The most popular visitor activities are boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking. The park entirely surrounds 670-acre (270 ha) Bear Head Lake and three other fishing lakes. It was established in 1961 in Saint Louis County near Ely, Minnesota. The park also contains the woodlands surrounding the lakes, which gives an entire total of about 5,540 acres. The park also shares a large border with Bear Island State Forest. Show on map
Lyndale ParkLyndale Park is located on the northeast side of Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is adjacent to the Lakewood Cemetery and between Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet. It is part of an enormous greenspace circling through Minneapolis called the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, and is one of the seven districts within, called the Chain of Lakes. The other six districts within Grand Rounds are the Downtown Riverfront, Mississippi River, Minnehaha, Theodore Wirth, Victory Memorial Parkway, and Northeast. Managed by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, the 53-mile (85 km) parkway system has numerous parks and parkways, lakes (22 within the city limits), streams and creeks, the Mississippi River, and the 53-foot (16 m) high Minnehaha Falls. The 6,400-acre (26 km2) park system is designed so Show on map
Cascade River State Park Recreation SiteCascade River State Park is a state park near the northeastern tip of Minnesota, USA, on the north shore of Lake Superior. The park is in a rocky and rugged location, and has many different types of wildlife. Cascade River State Park is also connected to the Superior Hiking Trail. Show on map
Tamarac National Wildlife RefugeTamarac National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge of the United States. It lies in the glacial lake country of northwestern Minnesota in Becker County, 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Detroit Lakes. It was established in 1938 as a refuge breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It covers 42,724 acres (172.90 km2). An attractive visitor center offers a spectacular vista of the marshes and trees that are typical of the Tamarac Refuge. A theater presentation provides orientation to the life and legends of this unique area. Show on map
Buck HillBuck Hill is a ski hill in the north central United States, in the city of Burnsville, Minnesota, a suburb south of Minneapolis. It is one of three ski areas within the Twin Cities metropolitan area; the others are Afton Alps and Hyland Ski and Snowboard Area. Buck Hill opened in 1954 and offers ski, snowboard, and tubing trails. Artificial snow is often utilized for maintaining the slopes, because while Minnesota's winters are cold, the snowfall is relatively low for a ski area, averaging less than 60 in (150 cm) per year. Show on map
Jay Cooke State ParkJay Cooke State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, protecting the lower reaches of the St. Louis River. The park is located about 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Duluth and is one of the ten most visited state parks in Minnesota. The western half of the park contains part of a rocky, 13-mile (21 km) gorge. This was a major barrier to Native Americans and early Europeans traveling by canoe, which they bypassed with the challenging Grand Portage of the St. Louis River. The river was a vital link connecting the Mississippi waterways to the west with the Great Lakes to the east. Show on map
Flandrau State ParkFlandrau State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on the Cottonwood River adjacent to the city of New Ulm. Initially called Cottonwood River State Park, it was renamed in 1945 to honor Charles Eugene Flandrau, a leading citizen of early Minnesota who commanded defenses during the Battles of New Ulm in the Dakota War of 1862. The park was originally developed in the 1930s as a job creation project to provide a recreational reservoir. However the dam was repeatedly damaged by floods and was removed in 1995. Show on map
Blue Mounds State ParkBlue Mounds State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, in Rock County near the town of Luverne. It protects an American bison herd which grazes on one of the state's largest prairie remnants. The state park is named after a linear escarpment of Precambrian Sioux Quartzite bedrock, which although pink in color, is said to have appeared blueish in the distance to early settlers. Parts of the cliff are up to 100 feet (30 m) high. Unusual in the surrounding prairie landscape, they are a popular site for rock climbing. Show on map
Northland ArboretumThe Northland Arboretum is a 583-acre non-profit arboretum and nature reserve in Brainerd, Minnesota, United States. The arboretum was founded in 1972 when the Brainerd Landfill closed; that original 40-acre (160,000 m2) landfill site now supports a grassland. The Arboretum now contains a Red Pine plantation and an area of Jack Pine savanna, with nearly 20 kilometers of trails for hiking and cross-country skiing, of which nearly 5 kilometers are lit for evening skiing. Other areas include a native tree trail, youth gardens, a wildflower trail, and a pond with arched bridge. The Nature Conservancy owns nearly 200 acres (0.81 km2) within the arboretum. Show on map
Red Lake State ForestThe Red Lake State Forest is a Minnesota state forest located primarily in Beltrami County, although portions extend into Koochiching County. The forest borders the Pine Island State Forest to the east and Upper Red Lake to the west. Minnesota State Highway 72 runs through the forest. Popular outdoor recreational activities in the forest include fishing and hunting. Trails are designated for hiking, as well as snowmobiling in the wintertime. Camping is available at a campground near the town of Waskish and throughout the forest in the form of dispersed camping Show on map
Agassiz National Wildlife RefugeAgassiz National Wildlife Refuge is located in northwest Minnesota. Packs of wolves, moose, waterfowl, and 294 species of birds make this refuge a wildlife wonderland. The refuge, originally named Mud Lake Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, was established in 1937 primarily for waterfowl production and maintenance. Located in eastern Marshall County, the contiguous 61,500 acres (249 km2) are situated in the aspen parkland region of northwest Minnesota. In 1976, 4,000 acres (16 km2) of the refuge were designated a Wilderness Area. Each year over 20,000 visitors enjoy wildlife viewing on Agassiz Refuge. Show on map
Itasca State ParkItasca State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, and contains the headwaters of the Mississippi River. The park spans 32,690 acres (132.3 km2) of northern Minnesota, and is located about 21 miles (34 km) north of Park Rapids, Minnesota and 25 miles (40 km) from Bagley, Minnesota. The park is part of Minnesota's Pine Moraines and Outwash Plains Ecological Subsection and is contained within Clearwater, Hubbard, and Becker counties. Show on map
Minnesota PointMinnesota Point, also known as the Park Point neighborhood of Duluth, Minnesota, United States; is a long, narrow sand spit that extends out from the Canal Park tourist recreation-oriented district of the city of Duluth. The Point separates Lake Superior from Superior Bay and the Duluth Harbor Basin. Lake Avenue South / Minnesota Avenue serves as a main route in the community. Minnesota Point is approximately 7 miles in length, and when included with adjacent Wisconsin Point, which extends 3 miles out from the city of Superior, Wisconsin, totals 10 miles. Show on map
Indian Mounds ParkIndian Mounds Regional Park is a public park in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, featuring six prehistoric Native American burial mounds overlooking the Mississippi River. The oldest mounds were constructed 1,500–2,000 years ago by people of the Hopewell tradition. Later the Dakota people interred their dead there as well. At least 31 more mounds were destroyed by development in the late 19th century. They were the tallest Native American mounds in Minnesota or Wisconsin (except for the unique 45-foot (14 m) Grand Mound outside International Falls, Minnesota), and comprise one of the northwesternmost Hopewellian sites in North America. Indian Mounds Regional Park is a component of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, a unit of the National Park System. The Mounds Group@en . Show on map
Minnesota Valley National Wildlife RefugeThe Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge is a 14,000-acre (5,666 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in central Minnesota. Located just south of the city of Minneapolis, it is one of fourteen Regional Priority Urban Wildlife Refuges in the nation. Many parts of the Refuge are near large establishments of the Twin Cities; the Bloomington Education and Visitor Center and two trailheads are located just blocks from the Mall of America, the Wilkie Unit is just east of Valleyfair and the Louisville Swamp Unit is just south of Minnesota Renaissance Festival. The Refuge has two visitor centers: Show on map
Superior Hiking TrailThe Superior Hiking Trail, also known as the SHT, is a 310-mile (499 km) long footpath in northeastern Minnesota that follows the ridgeline overlooking Lake Superior for most of its length. The path is 18 inches (46 cm) wide and is set in the middle of a 4-foot (1.2 m) clearing. The footpath travels through forests of birch, aspen, pine, fir, and cedar. Hikers enjoy views of boreal forests, the Sawtooth Mountains, babbling brooks, rushing waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. The lowest point in the path is 602 feet (183 m) above sea level and the highest point is 1,829 feet (558 m) above sea level. The footpath is intended for hiking only. Motorized vehicles, mountain bikes, and horses are not allowed on the trail. Many people use the footpath for long distance hiking. Facilitating this purp Show on map
Camden State ParkCamden State Park is a state park on the Redwood River in southwestern Minnesota near Marshall. It is used for picnics, camping, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. The park was acquired in 1934, and development started in 1935 with workers from the Veterans Conservation Corps, an offshoot of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The landscape design in the park was planned by the National Park Service, and the master-planned development allowed the Redwood River to determine the placement of various functional areas in the park. After the VCC finished their development in 1936, the Works Progress Administration dismantled the VCC camp buildings and built the Swimming Instructor's Cabin and the Ice and Wood House. Thirteen buildings and structures, built by the VCC and the WPA, are listed on@en . Show on map
Sugar Loaf Bluff Historical MarkerSugar Loaf is a bluff on the Mississippi River topped by a rock pinnacle, overlooking the city of Winona, Minnesota, United States. The name \"Sugar Loaf\" is sometimes taken to mean just the rock pinnacle, which was created by quarrying in the 19th century. The bluff stands above the junction of U.S. Route 61 and State Highway 43. It towers 500 feet (150 m) over Lake Winona (a former part of the Mississippi River's main channel), and the pinnacle rises more than 85 feet (26 m) above the remainder of the bluff. Show on map
Mille Lacs National Wildlife RefugeMille Lacs National Wildlife Refuge is a 0.57 acre (2,300 m2) National Wildlife Refuge in central Minnesota. The refuge consists solely of two small islands in Mille Lacs Lake, and is the smallest National Wildlife Refuge in the United States. It was created on May 14, 1915 to preserve breeding habitat for several bird species. The islands are one of only four breeding colonies of common terns, a threatened species in Minnesota. Other native species breeding within the refuge include ring-billed and herring gulls and double-crested cormorants. Show on map
Upper Sioux Indian ReservationThe Upper Sioux Indian Reservation (or Pezihutazizi in Dakota) is the reservation of the Upper Sioux Community, a federally recognized tribe of Sioux people. The Upper Sioux Indian Reservation located in Minnesota Falls Township along the Minnesota River in eastern Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, five miles (8 km) south of Granite Falls. It was created in 1938 when 746 acres (3 km²) of land were returned to the tribe. Most of the land along the river valley had been taken from the Dakota following the Dakota War of 1862. As of the 2000 census, the reservation recorded a resident population of 57 persons. Its land area is currently 1.984 sq mi (5.139 km², or 1,270 acres). Show on map
Minneopa State ParkMinneopa State Park is a state park in Minnesota, United States, and was established in 1905 to preserve Minneopa Falls. Located on Minneopa Creek and being the largest waterfall in southern Minnesota, the site has been a popular visitor attraction since the 1850s. Minneopa is Minnesota's third oldest state park, after Itasca and Interstate. Two park resources are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: the 1862 Seppman Mill and a district of seven Rustic Style structures built by the Works Progress Administration in the late 1930s. The park is located almost entirely on the southern side of the Minnesota River 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Mankato. In 2014, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials announced plans to reintroduce bison to the park in a 350-acre (140 ha) fe Show on map
Northwest Angle State ForestThe Northwest Angle State Forest is a state forest located in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota. The name of the forest is derived from its location near the Northwest Angle, the northernmost point of the contiguous United States. The forest borders the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, and the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Show on map
Lost River State ForestThe Lost River State Forest is a state forest located in Roseau County, Minnesota. The forest borders the Canadian province of Manitoba to the north, and parcels belonging to the Red Lake Indian Reservation are within the forest's boundaries. The forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Show on map
Frontenac State ParkFrontenac State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on the Mississippi River 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Red Wing. The park is notable both for its history and for its birdwatching opportunities. The centerpiece of the park is a 430-foot-high (130 m), 3-mile-long (4.8 km) steep limestone bluff overlooking Lake Pepin, a natural widening of the Mississippi. The bluff is variously called Garrard's Bluff or Point No-Point, the latter name coming from riverboat captains because of the optical illusion that it protruded into the Mississippi River. There is a natural limestone arch on the blufftop called In-Yan-Teopa, a Dakota name meaning \"Rock With Opening\". Park lands entirely surround the town of Frontenac, once a high-class resort at the end of the 19th century. Show on map
Grand Portage State ParkGrand Portage State Park is a state park at the northeastern tip of Minnesota, USA, on the Canada–United States border. It contains a 120-foot (37 m) waterfall, the tallest in the state, on the Pigeon River. The High Falls and other waterfalls and rapids upstream necessitated a historically important portage on a fur trade route between the Great Lakes and inland Canada. This 8.5-mile (13.7 km) path plus the site of forts on either end are preserved in nearby Grand Portage National Monument. The state park, held by the surrounding Grand Portage Indian Reservation and leased to the state of Minnesota for $1 a year, is the only U.S. state park jointly managed by a state and a Native American band. It is also the only Minnesota state park not owned by the state. Show on map
Afton State ParkAfton State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the St. Croix River in Washington County. Its hiking trails offer views of the river, rolling glacial moraine, and bluffland it preserves. It is a popular place for birdwatching, picnics, camping, and other typical outdoor recreational activities. To deter overuse of a state park only 20 miles (32 km) from downtown St. Paul, there is no vehicle access to the camping area or swimming beach. Show on map
Maplewood State ParkMaplewood State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, near Pelican Rapids. The park preserves a pre-contact habitation site that was occupied in two different periods (650–900 CE and 1450–1650 CE) in a forest/prairie transition zone. Located in the Leaf Mountains, Maplewood encompasses 9,250 acres (3,740 ha) in Otter Tail County and is known for its hardwood trees including sugar maple, basswood, American elm, and oak, which together provide a display of fall colors each year. Show on map
Sibley State ParkSibley State Park is a Minnesota state park near New London, on the shores of Lake Andrew. It is named for Henry Hastings Sibley, the first governor of the state. A city park in Mankato, Minnesota is also named for Sibley . Show on map
Saint Croix State ParkSt. Croix State Park is a state park in Pine County, Minnesota, USA. The park follows the shore of the St. Croix River for 21 miles (34 km) and contains the last 7 miles (11 km) of the Kettle River. At 33,895 acres (13,717 ha) it is the largest Minnesota state park. It was developed as a Recreational Demonstration Area in the 1930s, and is one of the finest surviving properties of this type in the nation. 164 structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administration survive, the largest collection of New Deal projects in Minnesota. As a historic district they were listed on the National Register of Historic Places and proclaimed a National Historic Landmark in 1997. Show on map
Banning State ParkBanning State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, stretched along 10 miles (16 km) of the Kettle River near Sandstone in Pine County. The centerpiece of the park is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) of churning rapids, some up to Class IV. The daring kayakers and canoeists who shoot Blueberry Slide, Mother's Delight, Dragon's Tooth, Little Banning, and Hell's Gate each spring attract spectators to the park. Landbound visitors can hike along the state's first Wild and Scenic River amid dramatic sandstone rock formations, large potholes carved by the river, and the remains of a historic quarry. Other features are Wolf Creek Falls and Robinson Ice Cave. The park is located directly off Interstate 35. Show on map
Lake Shetek State ParkLake Shetek State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on Lake Shetek, which is the largest lake in southwestern Minnesota and the headwaters of the Des Moines River. It is most popular for water recreation and camping. However the park also contains historical resources related to the Dakota War of 1862, including an original log cabin and a monument to 15 white settlers killed there and at nearby Slaughter Slough on August 20, 1862. Show on map
Lake Carlos State ParkLake Carlos State Park is a state park about 10 miles north of Alexandria, Minnesota, USA. The park was established in 1937 to provide a public recreational facility in one of Minnesota's summer resort centers, and attracts tourists from Minnesota and bordering states. Five buildings in the park, constructed by the Works Progress Administration in the Rustic Style, are included within the National Register of Historic Places. These include the Mess Hall and Crafts Building within the group camp area, as well as the water tower, sanitation building, and bath house within the public use area. Show on map
Glendalough State ParkGlendalough State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, in Otter Tail County near Battle Lake close to Minnesota State Highway 78. It is named after Glendalough in Ireland. The park was once used as a resort and game farm by the owners of Cowles Media Company, owner of what is today the Star Tribune newspaper. The park contains 1,931 acres (7.81 km2) on land and 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) on the water. Cowles Media Company transferred title to Glendalough to the Nature Conservancy in 1990, and the Nature Conservancy transferred title to the State of Minnesota in 1992. Glendalough was officially declared a state park with a celebration on Earth Day, April 22, 1992. Show on map
Camp Release State MonumentCamp Release State Monument is located on the edge of Montevideo, Minnesota, United States, just off Highway 212. The Camp Release Monument stands as a reminder of Minnesota's early state history. The Minnesota River Valley and Montevideo played an integral part in the Dakota War of 1862. In the fall of 1862, the Dakota tribes surrendered to Colonel Henry Hastings Sibley on a bluff overlooking the valley and the present day site of Montevideo. The monument was the first property added to the state park system and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Show on map
Franconia Sculpture ParkFranconia Sculpture Park is an outdoor sculpture park in Franconia, Minnesota, United States, that offers a combination of work, residence, and exhibition space for emerging and established artists. The 43-acre (17 ha) park, with a rotating collection of over 105 contemporary sculptures, and is free and open to the public. It draws over 60,000 visitors annually. Franconia Sculpture Park is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 8 and Minnesota State Highway 95 near Taylors Falls, in the St. Croix River Valley region of Minnesota. Show on map
Tettegouche State ParkTettegouche State Park, in the United States, is a Minnesota state park on the north shore of Lake Superior 58 miles (93 km) northeast of Duluth in Lake County on scenic Minnesota Highway 61. The park's name stems from the Tettegouche Club, an association of local businessmen which purchased the park in 1910 from the Alger-Smith Lumber Company. The club's members protected the area until its sale in 1971 to the deLaittres family. In 1979, the state of Minnesota acquired 3,400 acres (1,400 ha) from the Nature Conservancy, including Tettegouche Camp. The land was added to Baptism River State Park, which was renamed Tettegouche State Park. Show on map
Mount NeboMount Nebo is a morainic drift hill in sections 4 and 9 of Stowe Prairie Township in Todd County, Minnesota. This hill was named \"for the peak east of the north end of the Dead Sea, from whence Moses viewed the Promised Land.\" Mount Nebo is located 2 miles north of Hewitt, Minnesota or 8 miles south of Wadena, Minnesota, in the northwest corner of Todd County. Mount Nebo has an elevation of 461 meters or 1,512 feet. Mount Nebo was site to a ski resort in the 1970s and 1980s until it was shut down. Currently Mount Nebo is site of an AT&T tower. The west side of Mount Nebo holds a wind turbine which is owned by a regional electric CO-OP. Show on map
Jasper PeakJasper Peak is a peak in northeastern Minnesota near Soudan. It derives its current name from the red jasper which is the major constituent of the mountain's bedrock. A Minnesota Division of Forestry lookout tower built in 1934 is situated on the summit. Show on map
Split Rock Creek State ParkSplit Rock Creek State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, located in Ihlen, or just south of Pipestone. The Works Progress Administration built a dam in 1938 to create a lake, which provided an opportunity for water recreation in an area of the state with few natural lakes. The dam was constructed of Sioux Quartzite, a hard red rock widely found in the area. A nearby bridge, Split Rock Creek Bridge, was also built by the WPA of Sioux quartzite in 1938. The bridge carries County Road 54 over the creek. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Minnesota Masonry-Arch Highway Bridges MPS. Show on map
Pigeon PointPigeon Point is an isolated peninsula located at the northeast extremity of Minnesota, in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. To the north of the point lies Pigeon Bay, which shares a shoreline with Canada and to the south is Lake Superior. Pigeon Point is the closest mainland U.S. point to Isle Royale, on the far side of the water boundary between Minnesota and Michigan. The extreme end of the point is owned by the United States Coast Guard while the land up to the point is held by the Grand Portage Indian Reservation. The closest town to the point is Grand Portage, Minnesota which lies thirteen miles to the west. There are no roads that lead to this point and is only accessible by boat. Show on map
Scenic State ParkScenic State Park is a Minnesota state park near Bigfork in Itasca County. Ten buildings and structures in the park, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the Rustic Style, are included within the National Register of Historic Places. This development started in 1933, and was the first CCC state park camp to begin operating within Minnesota. The buildings, of log construction, received considerable acclaim from the National Park Service. The landscape design was also prepared by the National Park Service and is one of the most thorough and extensive designs executed by their landscape architects. Show on map
Buffalo RidgeBuffalo Ridge is a large expanse of rolling hills in the southeastern part of the larger Coteau des Prairies. It stands 1,995 feet (608 m) above sea level. The Buffalo Ridge is sixty miles long and runs through Lincoln County, Pipestone County, Murray County, Nobles County, and Rock County in the southwest corner of Minnesota. Because of its high altitude and high average wind speed, Buffalo Ridge has been transformed into a place for creating alternative energy. Currently, over 200 wind turbines stand along the Buffalo Ridge. Show on map
Elm PointElm Point, Minnesota, in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, is a small uninhabited cape and a United States practical exclave, southwest of the Northwest Angle, near the First Nation community of Buffalo Point. It borders Canada's province of Manitoba at the 49th parallel and is separated from the rest of the continental United States by Lake of the Woods. Show on map
Nerstrand Big Woods State ParkNerstrand-Big Woods State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, northeast of Faribault near the small town of Nerstrand. The park derives its name from the Big Woods, a large, contiguous forested area covering much of central Minnesota prior to the arrival of European settlers. The park and its forest were an outlying 'woods' typical and similar to the Big Woods proper, which were historically found on the more recent glacier deposits located west of the Cannon River 10 miles (16 km) to the west. Aside from a small waterfall, the outstanding natural feature of the park is the forest itself. Show on map
Beaver Creek Valley State ParkBeaver Creek Valley State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, featuring a steep, narrow valley carved by East Beaver Creek. This spring-fed stream is a fishing destination for its native brook trout, and introduced brown trout. The heavily forested valley, up to 250 feet (76 m) deep in places, is a hidden natural oasis amidst the farmland of southeastern Minnesota. Located near the town of Caledonia, the park was developed in the 1930s by the Works Progress Administration. The parkland exhibits the highly stream-carved terrain characteristic of the Driftless Area. Show on map
Isabella Lake State ForestThe Lake Isabella State Forest is a state forest located in Lake County, Minnesota. The forest is located completely within the Superior National Forest and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and is thus subject to the management of the United States Forest Service. At 638 acres (258 ha), it one of the smallest forests in the Minnesota state system. Hiking, canoeing, and kayaking are popular outdoor recreational activities in the forest. Although there are no campsites within the forest itself, dispersed camping is possible in the neighboring Superior National Forest. Show on map
Lower Sioux Indian ReservationThe Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, (Dakota: Cansa'yapi; Lakota: 'Čhaŋšáyapi') also known as the Mdewakanton Tribal Reservation, is an Indian reservation located along the southern bank of the Minnesota River in Paxton Township and Sherman Township, Redwood County, Minnesota. Its administrative headquarters is two miles south of Morton. The land became part of a reservation after the signing of the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux in 1851, but has now shrunk to a very small size. As of the 2000 census, the site had a population of 335, and a land area of 2.705 sq mi (7.006 km²). Show on map
Grand Portage State ForestThe Grand Portage State Forest is a state forest located near the community of Hovland in Cook County, in extreme northeastern Minnesota. The forest encloses Judge C. R. Magney State Park, Swamp River Wildlife Management Area, Hovland Woods Scientific and Natural Area, and Spring Beauty Hardwoods Scientific and Natural Area. It borders the Grand Portage Indian Reservation to the east, the Superior National Forest to the west, and Ontario to the north. The forest is named after the Grand Portage, a historic trade route between the Great Lakes and the Northwest. Show on map
Old Crow Wing Historical MarkerOld Crow Wing is a ghost town in Fort Ripley Township, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States, at the confluence of the Mississippi and Crow Wing rivers. Long occupied by the Ojibwe people, for over a century it was also the northernmost European-American settlement on the Mississippi. In the 1850s and 1860s, Crow Wing was a county seat and one of the major population centers of Minnesota. At its peak it had an estimated 600–700 residents, about half of whom were Ojibwe. The town site, including one restored house, is preserved within Crow Wing State Park. Show on map
Barn BluffBarn Bluff is a bluff along the Mississippi River in Red Wing, Minnesota, United States. The bluff is associated with Dakota legend from hundreds of years ago. During the 19th century, the bluff functioned as a visual reference for explorers and travelers. The bluff overlooks the downtown area and towers about 400 feet (120 m) above the Mississippi River with an extensive view of Lake Pepin to the south. It is one of hundreds of bluffs in the Driftless Area, which covers parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois, in addition to the southeastern toe of Minnesota. Show on map
Battle of Birch Coulee Historical MarkerThe Battle of Birch Coulee occurred September 2, 1862 during the Dakota War of 1862. After the Battle of Fort Ridgely and the Battle of New Ulm, Colonel Henry Hastings Sibley was planning to retaliate against the Sioux and to obtain the release of the settlers they were holding captive. While Sibley was training soldiers and attempting to organize supplies, he was reminded that the bodies of many settlers killed by the Indians still remained unburied on the battlefields. Sibley sent out a burial party of about 170 men from Fort Ridgely on August 31, 1862. Show on map
Carlton PeakCarlton Peak is a summit in the Sawtooth Mountains in southern Tofte Township, Cook County, in northeastern Minnesota in the United States. In 1848 Reuben B. Carlton of Fond du Lac, Minnesota, ascended the peak with Col. Charles Whittlesey, who was participating in a geological survey expedition. In appreciation Whittlesey named the mountain in Carlton's honor. Carlton Peak (south and east side at least) is now a Day Use area of Temperance River State Park and requires a valid Minnesota State Park sticker per sign on road south side of peak. Show on map
Monson Lake Memorial State ParkMonson Lake State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, originally established as a memorial to 13 Swedish American pioneers who were killed there in the Dakota War of 1862. A district of 1930s New Deal structures is on the National Register of Historic Places. Despite being nearly doubled in size in 2009, the state park remains one of Minnesota's smallest. It is located off Minnesota State Highway 9 just west of Sunburg and 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Willmar. This seasonally-staffed park is managed from nearby Sibley State Park. Show on map
Split Rock Lighthouse State ParkSplit Rock Lighthouse State Park is a state park of Minnesota on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It is best known for the picturesque Split Rock Lighthouse, one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. Built by the United States Lighthouse Service in 1910, the lighthouse and some adjacent buildings have been restored and the Minnesota Historical Society operates them as a museum. The 2,200-acre (890 ha) state park offers a unique cart-in campground and scenic trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, and bicycling. Show on map
Lake Maria State ParkLake Maria State Park (/məˈraɪ.ə/ mə-RY-ə) is a state park of Minnesota, United States, created to provide a wilderness area within an easy drive of Minneapolis–Saint Paul. The park's amenities are designed primarily for hikers, backpackers, and horseback riders and consequently use remains light compared to other state parks around the metro area. It preserves a remnant of Big Woods atop a hilly, glacially-formed landscape dotted with lakes and wetlands. The park was established in 1963 west of Monticello, Minnesota. Show on map
Wild MountainWild Mountain is a ski and snowboard area in Amador Township, Chisago County, near Taylors Falls, Minnesota. It features 26 runs, including 4 terrain parks, which include jumps, rails, boxes, quarter-pipes and half-pipes, which are both man made and natural. During the summer months of June, July and August, a water park, an alpine slide, and a go-kart track become operational. The site is also the first ski and snowboard resort in the Midwest to open every year, which is usually broadcast on the local news networks. Show on map
Battle of Wood Lake September 23 1862 Historical MarkerThe Battle of Wood Lake was a battle in the Dakota War of 1862 in September. By that time in the Dakota War of 1862, the Sioux offensive had slowed considerably, and the Minnesota forces were beginning to implement a plan formulated by Governor Alexander Ramsey. Ramsey's plan, implemented by Colonel Henry Hastings Sibley and frontier commander Charles Eugene Flandrau, had the goals of freeing settlers held captive by the Indians and to \"exterminate\" or drive the Dakota \"forever beyond the borders of the state\". Show on map
Lake Louise State ParkLake Louise State Park is a Minnesota state park just north of the Iowa border near the small town of Le Roy in Mower County, Minnesota, directly south of Rochester. It has a 25 acre man-made lake and 1,168 acres (5 km2) of mixed prairie and deciduous forest. It is used for picnics, swimming, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and other outdoor recreation. It is noted for butterfly watching, as some rare species have been seen. It features a picnic shelter which dates to the Public Works Administration era. Show on map
Lima MountainLima Mountain is a 2238 foot summit in Cook County, Minnesota. It is located in the Lima Mountain Unit, a 2540 acre inventoried roadless area adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. There is a 1 mile trail to the summit, where a fire tower once stood. Lima Mountain has a 328 foot rise over the saddle connecting it with the Misquah Hills High Point and Peak 2266. A trail to the summit begins along the Lima Grade (Forest Route 315) just north of its junction with Lima Mountain Road (Forest Route 152) Show on map
Pat Bayle State ForestThe Pat Bayle State Forest is a state forest located near the town of Grand Marais in Cook County, Minnesota. The forest falls within the limits of the Superior National Forest, and falls under the federal jurisdiction of the United States Forest Service. Within the forest one can find the tallest person in the state of Minnesota, Pat Bayle. In addition to seeing the worlds tallest person Pat Bayle, there is also hiking, winter outdoor recreational activities are popular, including snowmobiling, snowshoeing, Bird Watching dog sledding, and ice-fishing. Show on map
Whitewater State ParkWhitewater State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, preserving a stretch of the Whitewater River surrounded by rocky bluffs. It is located in Winona County in the southeastern blufflands area of the state. The 2,700-acre (11 km2) park features scenic overlooks and trout fishing in the spring-fed Whitewater River and Trout Run Creek. It has about 300,000 visitors annually, and is located 7 miles (11 km) north of St. Charles on Minnesota State Highway 74, which runs through the park. Show on map
Great River Bluffs State ParkGreat River Bluffs State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on the Mississippi River southeast of Winona. Originally known as O. L. Kipp State Park, it was renamed in the late 1990s to describe better its resources. The park preserves steep-sided bluffs rising 500 feet (150 m) above the river and the narrow valleys between them, which support rare and fragile plant communities. Two of the bluffs have received further protection as King's and Queen's Bluff State Natural Area. Show on map
Jeanette State ForestThe Jeanette State Forest is a state forest located in St. Louis County, Minnesota. The forest is within the limits of the Superior National Forest, and thus falls under the federal jurisdiction and management of the United States Forest Service. Camping is available in the Superior National Forest at the Lake Jeanette Campground. Originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, the campground is located in a stand of pine and northern hardwoods overlooking Lake Jeanette. Show on map
Fort Ridgely State ParkFort Ridgely State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the Minnesota River south of Fairfax. It preserves Fort Ridgely, site of the Battle of Fort Ridgely during the Dakota War of 1862. It is the only Minnesota state park with a 9-hole golf course, which overlooks the Minnesota River and goes along Fort Ridgely Creek. The Civilian Conservation Corps Rustic Style buildings within the state park, built between 1934 and 1936, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Tamarac WildernessThe Tamarac Wilderness is a 2,180-acre (9 km2) wilderness area in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Established by the United States Congress in 1976, Tamarac Wilderness is composed primarily of small lakes, wooded potholes, bogs and marshes. The wilderness consists of four sections of the 42,724-acre (173 km2) Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge: three islands in Tamarac Lake totaling about 65 acres (0 km2) in the southwest section, and more than 2,180 acres (9 km2) in the northwest corner. Show on map
William O'Brien State ParkWilliam O'Brien State Park is a 1,520-acre (6.2 km2) state park of Minnesota, USA, along the St. Croix River. Its hiking trails traverse rolling glacial moraine, riparian zones, restored oak savanna, wooded areas and bogs. It is a popular place for birdwatching, picnics, camping, cross-country skiing, canoeing, fishing, and other typical outdoor recreational activities. The park is located approximately two miles north of the town of Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota. Show on map
Carley State ParkCarley State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, about 15 miles (24 km) northeast of Rochester and about 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Plainview in Wabasha County. It is used for picnics, camping, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. It is known for the bluebell flowers that bloom there every spring. The park is located in the Driftless Area of Minnesota. This is an area that escaped glaciation during the last ice age, i.e., the Wisconsinian glaciation. Show on map
Oliver H Kelley Homestead Historical MarkerThe Oliver H. Kelley Farm is a historic farmstead in Elk River, Minnesota. It was once owned by Oliver Hudson Kelley, one of the founders of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. The farmstead is a U.S. National Historic Landmark, which also places it on the National Register of Historic Places. The farm is currently operated as a living history museum by the Minnesota Historical Society. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1964. Show on map
Bardon PeakBardon Peak is a peak in northeastern Minnesota. It is located inside the southwestern city limits of Duluth, near the Gary – New Duluth neighborhood and adjacent Midway Township; and the peak is located above the Morgan Park neighborhood. Bardon Peak was named for a James Bardon of nearby Superior, Wisconsin. According to the city's official map, Bardon's Peak on West Skyline Parkway is located within the boundaries of the Smithville neighborhood. Show on map
Lake Bemidji State ParkLake Bemidji State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on the north shore of 6,765-acre (27.38 km2) Lake Bemidji. The northern half of the park preserves a spruce-tamarack bog. A district of National Park Service rustic structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and National Youth Administration in the 1930s is on the National Register of Historic Places. The park is located 5 miles (8.0 km) north of the city of Bemidji. Show on map
Big Stone Lake State ParkBig Stone Lake State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, on the shore of Big Stone Lake, the headwaters of the Minnesota River. The two sections of the park, the Bonanza Area in the north and the Meadowbrook Area in the south, are 12 miles (19 km) apart. South Dakota's Hartford Beach State Park is on the opposite shore of the lake. Big Stone Lake State Park is used for picnics, camping, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. Show on map
Crow Wing State ParkCrow Wing State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, at the confluence of the Mississippi and Crow Wing Rivers. The park interprets the site of Old Crow Wing, one of the most populous towns in Minnesota in the 1850s and 1860s. The entire park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. A section of the Red River Trails that passed through Old Crow Wing is also separately listed on the National Register. Show on map
Upper Sioux Agency State ParkUpper Sioux Agency State Park is a Minnesota state park on the Minnesota River, south of Granite Falls. It preserves the site of the historic Upper Sioux Agency (or Yellow Medicine Agency), which was destroyed in the Dakota War of 1862. The agency site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 for having state-level significance under the themes archaeology, architecture, education, and social history. Show on map
Palisade HeadPalisade Head is a large rock formation on the North Shore of Lake Superior in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is within Tettegouche State Park but not contiguous with the rest of that park. Palisade Head is located at milepost 57 on scenic Minnesota State Highway 61 in Beaver Bay Township, Lake County, approximately 54 miles (86 km) northeast of Duluth and three miles (five km) northeast of Silver Bay. Show on map
Lebanon Hills Regional ParkLebanon Hills Regional Park is a 2,000 acre (8 km²) Dakota County Park, located in Burnsville, Minnesota, Eagan, Minnesota and Apple Valley, Minnesota, that includes naturally preserved woodland and prairie. Winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing, hiking, and winter mountain biking. Summer activities include mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, camping, horseback riding, and hiking. Show on map
Agassiz WildernessAgassiz Wilderness was designated in 1976 by the United States Congress and has a total of 4,000 acres (16 km2). It is located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The wilderness is in Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Well known for being a prime habitat for over 300 bird species, 49 mammal, 12 amphibian, and 9 reptile species have also been identified. Show on map
Wowinape or Thomas Wakeman (1846-1886) Historical MarkerThomas Wakeman (Sioux: Wowinape) (1846 – January 13, 1886) was a Native American who organized the first Sioux Indian YMCA. Over the years, 66 Sioux associations have been founded with over 1000 members. As of 2000, the Sioux YMCAs, under the leadership of a Lakota Board of Directors, operate programs serving families and youth on the 4,500-square-mile (12,000 km2) Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. Show on map
Malkerson IslandMalkerson Island is a private island on Bay Lake, a lake that is located in Bay Lake Township, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. The island is 52 acres (210,000 m2) and has more than three miles (5 km) of shoreline. The island is owned by the Malkerson family and has been used as a summertime weekend retreat for five generations. The island has been featured in the New York Times and Star Tribune. Show on map
Badoura State ForestThe Badoura State Forest is a state forest located in Cass County and Hubbard County, Minnesota, United States. 85% of the forest is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, with the remaining 15% managed privately and by the counties. Over half of the forest land is wetlands interspersed with Jack pine. Outdoor recreation activities include hiking and backcountry camping. Show on map
Lake Insula State ForestThe Insula Lake State Forest is a state forest located in Lake County, Minnesota. The forest is entirely within the limits of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest, and as such falls under the jurisdiction and management of the United States Forest Service. In addition to canoeing, popular outdoor recreational activities include hunting and fishing. Show on map
Soudan Underground Mine State ParkThe Soudan Underground Mine State Park is a Minnesota state park at the site of the Soudan Underground Mine, on the south shore of Lake Vermilion, in the Vermilion Range (Minnesota). The mine is known as Minnesota's oldest, deepest, and richest iron mine, and now hosts the Soudan Underground Laboratory. As the Soudan Iron Mine, it has been designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark. Show on map
Sherburne National Wildlife RefugeSherburne National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge of the United States in Sherburne County, Minnesota. The 30,700-acre (124 km2) refuge protects mixed habitat types including oak savanna, Big Woods, and wetlands. The St. Francis River flows through the eastern side of the park. Over 230 species of birds, 58 species of mammals, and 25 species of reptiles and amphibians have been recorded in the refuge. Show on map
Glacial Lakes State ParkGlacial Lakes State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) south of Starbuck. It was founded in 1963 to preserve some of the remaining rolling prairie which previously covered much of the state. Located in the Leaf Mountains, the park and the area around it contains many glacial landforms created by the Wisconsonian glaciation. Show on map
Father Hennepin State ParkFather Hennepin State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, located on the southeast corner of Mille Lacs Lake. The park is named after Father Louis Hennepin, a priest who visited the area with a French expedition in 1680. The 320-acre (130 ha) park has 103 campsites and a sandy beach over one mile (1.6 km) long. Show on map
George H Crosby Manitou State ParkGeorge H. Crosby Manitou State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, located between Tettegouche State Park and Temperance River State Park on the North Shore of Lake Superior, near the communities of Little Marais and Finland. It is situated on the Manitou River and was intentionally left largely undeveloped. Show on map
Zippel Bay State ParkZippel Bay State Park is a state park in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota in the United States. It is on the white sand beach shoreline of the Lake of the Woods, near the United States border with Canada. The park is open for year-round recreation including camping, hiking, fishing and cross-country skiing. Show on map
Indian HillIndian Hill, in section nine of Oscar Township, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, is a peak in the Leaf Mountains of west-central Minnesota. On its west side, the hill provides a high vantage point over the upper valley of the Red River of the North, while to the east it provides a view of the adjacent moraines. Show on map
Red River State Recreation AreaRed River State Recreation Area is part of the Greater Grand Forks Greenway and is located in the city of East Grand Forks, Minnesota on the banks of the Red River of the North and the Red Lake River. The State Recreation Area is owned and managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Show on map
Misquah HillsThe Misquah Hills are a range of mountains in northeastern Minnesota, in the United States. They are located in or near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness within Superior National Forest. They contain Eagle Mountain, the highest point in Minnesota at 2,301 feet (701 meters). Show on map
Moose MountainMoose Mountain is a peak in the Sawtooth Mountains of northeastern Minnesota in the United States. Its elevation is 1689 feet (515 meters) above sea level. Located close to Lake Superior and reaching 1087 feet (331 m) above its waters, it is part of the Lutsen Mountains ski resort. Show on map
Temperance River State ParkTemperance River State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, located between the communities of Schroeder and Tofte on Highway 61 on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It has campsites, picnic areas, and hiking trails on both sides of the Temperance River. Show on map
Rice Lake State ParkRice Lake State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, just east of Owatonna. Park lands entirely surround Rice Lake, an important stopping point for migrating waterfowl. The lake covers 750 acres (300 ha) with an average depth of 3 feet (1 m). Show on map
Willard Munger State TrailThe Willard Munger State Trail is a system of recreational trails between Hinckley, Minnesota and Duluth, Minnesota. There are actually three segments of the trail, Hinckley to Duluth Segment, Alex Laveau Memorial Trail, and Matthew Lourey State Trail. Show on map
Battle of Fort Ridgely Historical MarkerThe Battle of Fort Ridgely was an early battle in the Dakota War of 1862. Built between 1853–1855 in the southern part of what was then the territory of Minnesota, Fort Ridgely was the only military post between the Sioux Reservations and the settlers. Show on map
Farquhar PeakFarquhar Peak is a summit in Cook County, Minnesota, in the United States. With an elevation of 1,250 feet (380 m), Farquhar Peak is the 70th highest summit in the state of Minnesota. Farquhar Peak was named for a government surveyor. Show on map
Oak IslandOak Island, Minnesota is an island and unincorporated community in Lake of the Woods, in Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, on the Minnesota/Ontario border. It is part of Angle Township, Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota. Show on map
Sawtooth MountainsThe Sawtooth Mountains are a range of mountains on the North Shore of Lake Superior in the U.S. state of Minnesota, extending about 30 miles (50 km) from Carlton Peak near Tofte on the west, to Grand Marais on the east. Show on map
Loring ParkLoring Park, on the southwest corner of downtown Minneapolis, is the largest park in the Central Community of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It also lends its name to the surrounding neighborhood. Show on map
Disappointment MountainDisappointment Mountain, also sometimes called Disappointment Hill, is a peak in northeastern Minnesota. It is located about a mile east of the lake which shares its name. Show on map
McCarthy Beach State ParkMcCarthy Beach State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the Sturgeon Lake chain near Hibbing. It is located in French Township, Saint Louis County. Show on map
Mount JosephineMount Josephine is a peak in the Sawtooth Mountains of northeastern Minnesota, in the United States. It overlooks Grand Portage Bay of Lake Superior. Show on map
Lake Bronson State ParkLake Bronson State Park is a state park off of Kittson County Highway 28 East near Lake Bronson in the northwestern corner of Minnesota. Show on map
Hayes Lake State ParkHayes Lake State Park is a state park in northwestern Minnesota, United States, near the town of Roseau. Show on map
Olcott ParkOlcott Park is a city park in Virginia, Minnesota, United States. Show on map