Expert Travel Advice to Minnesota

Top Answers To Minnesota Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are 10,000 lakes. Take your pick. Some that come to mind are Lake George, Taylors Falls, Mille Lacs lake, Turtle Lake, and the Coon Rapids Dam are just a few. I really enjoyed Boundary Waters which is on the Minnesota / Canadian Border. Their really are so many to choose from. I guess you might want to take a look at what fishing area is close to were you will be staying, And if you plan on using a boat. Lots to do. Enjoy.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Dickerson's Lake Florida Resort in Spicer, Minnesota seems like a wonderful place to stay! The first link below will give you more detailed information on the cabins. The second link below will show you a cabin for rent on Madison Lake. Have fun! http://bit.ly/cBXidU http://bit.ly/asv9CU
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Sure, though depends a bit on when you go: winter or summer, snow or (sort of) sun. The area CVB actually has quite a quirky website where you can get some ideas about what's on offer depending on your "style" of travel: http://www.granitecountry.com/
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I believe you might have experienced the Blue Earth County Fair that takes place every summer. The fair will be held July 29 - Aug 1 this summer. In addition to fresh farm produce, there will be a truck and tractor tow contest, carnival rides, and live music. If you are referring to the Green Giant Statue Park, a local vendor might be open for business in the summer, but a souvenir shop is the only guarantee.

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