Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Minnesota

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Minnesota
Minnesota has many attractions to see and things to do. The recreational activities available will keep the entire family busy for days. For nature lovers and those who enjoy the outdoors, Minnesota is one of the most popular states for scenic views, winter fun and natural walks.

Superior National Forest

Over 700 hundred acres of natural beauty awaits you in Duluth at Superior National Forest. The forest reaches the border of Canada and has many recreational activities to do for the entire family. You can hike, canoe, bike ride or camp and experience the beauty of the wilderness.

8901 Grand Avenue
Duluth Minnesota 55808
(218) 626-4300


Spirit Mountain

Hiking is the finest around Spirit Mountain in Duluth. If you visit during early fall, you will see some of the most vibrant colors as you hike on one of the many trails. During the winter, you can snowboard or ski. If you need a few lessons in skiing or snowboarding, this is where you want to go to learn as the instructors here have mastered the sports.

9500 Spirit Mountain Place
Duluth Minnesota 55808
(218) 628-2891

Mount Kato

Snowboarding and skiing is perfect at Mount Kato. The mountain offers a scenic view of the area around the mountaintop. Kids will have fun in all the snow making snowmen and snow forts. When there is not enough snow falling, they make their own real snow for winter activities.

20451 Highway 66
Mankato Minnesota 56001
(504) 625-3559

Buena Vista Ski Trail

Weave your way through the bog lands and hardwood forests at this popular ski trail. The trails are meant for intermediate skiers that have the experience needed for downhill skiing. At some point on the trail, you will cross over the continental divide. After you have gotten your fill of skiing the slopes, take a horse-drawn sleigh ride! Tours wind their way through the historic village and through the beautiful forest trails.

19276 Lake Julia Drive NW
Bemidji Minnesota 56601
(218) 243-2231

Minnesota River Valley National Scenic Byway

Drive the 300 hundred miles of roadways that lead you through the state of Minnesota and end by the South Dakota border. Along the way, you can stop at one of the six state parks that have many outdoor activities to keep you entertained. The drive starts in Belle Plaine and ends at Brown Valley.

1 N Minnesota Street
New Ulm Minnesota 56073
(507) 233-4300


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