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The lake is a stop over for thousands of migratory Canada geese and other waterfowl. You'll hear a chorus of honking, quacking, and other vocalizations. Paddle the lake, or cast a...
A historic village setting museum made up of 23 buildings including a circa 1882 church and school and an 1870 log cabin.
This history museum contains geology, archaeology and pioneer artifacts. Multiple historic houses on site. Don't miss the historic chapel inside museum.
This general museum founded in 1948 contains Pioneer and Indian artifacts, military textiles and historic buildings. Guided tours and lectures available.
A 27,000 square foot Native American casino with a wide array of 600 video slot machines and 8 challenging blackjack tables.
The park covers 1,280 acres and offers diversity: open prairie knolls, bluffs, and cool, wooded slopes. From the vistas, visitors enjoy the trails which are ideal for horseback...
Our museum opened in 1980 as an Agricultural and Transportation Museum, inviting the Pioneer Power Machinery Club to hold their Threshing Show on our grounds. See how our small...
Cast your line for walleye, northerns, bass, and sunfish in Monson Lake. Birdwatchers look for white pelicans, herons, western grebes, and songbirds in this 187-acre park with a...
The museum housed in a 1905 Carnegie Library building exhibits collections of manuscripts, furnishings, clothing, farm tools, war materials and photographs from Stevens County.
This museum's collection concentrates on the flora and animals of southwest Minnesota. Guided tours available.
This museum's collections include Indian and pioneer artifacts, and history of Lyon County. Guided tours available.
Stand on top of the scenic glacial hills and experience the vast, open prairie of Minnesota. Wildflowers and prairie grasses blanket the landscape from spring through fall. Swim,...
Big Stone Lake is 30 miles long and is the source of the Minnesota River and attracts anglers who catch walleye, northerns and bluegills. The northern section of the park, called...
Fish for brown trout in the Redwood River or bass and bluegill in Brawner Lake. Hike the trails or cool off in the spring-fed pool. Walk along the wooded river valley, climb the...
This historical museum is housed in a 1899 train depot and Icelandic church. Artifacts pertaining to Lincoln County. Guided tours available.