Plan your trip to Minnesota
The state of Minnesota may not be able to lay claim as the oldest state in the United States, but it certainly has a variety of historical landmarks you should visit during your journey to the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”. The Hull-Rust-Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine, located in Hibbing, gives travelers the opportunity to see the largest open mine iron pit in the world. If you are planning to stay around the metro area, head to St. Paul to view the home of renowned author F. Scott Fitzgerald. Wine and spirits fans may be interested in taking a journey to see Andrew Volstead’s home. He is the individual who introduced the National Prohibition Enforcement Act onto the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Towering pines, rolling grasslands, and pristine lakes highlight Minnesota's Northwoods. Reconnect with nature in this idyllic setting, which showcases unique wildlife wandering through the forest.... more
Located about two-and-a-half hours northwest of the Twin Cities metro, Otter Tail County is one of Minnesota's premier family vacation destinations. Home to more than 1,000 lakes and streams, or ten... more