Minnesota, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” is also home to vibrant cities, exciting outdoor activities, and delicious cuisine.
If you own land in Minnesota, you’re going to want to explore some of the 10,000 lakes abound. Those who love fishing will be very happy in this state, as there are hundreds of lakes and rivers that support the sport, such as Mille Lacs Lake, and Shagawa Lake. You’ll be able to catch a variety of fish, including bass and walleye. Whether you have your own boat and are an expert, or are looking to rent a boat and even get a fishing guide for the day, Minnesota has you covered.
If you prefer to explore on land as well as on water, Voyageurs National Park is a uniquely beautiful and exciting place to visit. Go camping and enjoy the views and sounds of the lakes. You can take a boat out to the Kabetogama Peninsula and explore this huge woodland area, which is only accessible over the water.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is known as the “Twin Cities.” Here, you can find the state’s center of arts, culture, and nightlife. The city is full of museums, and easy access to outdoor activities unlike most major cities in the U.S. Skyway walking paths line the city streets, to provide warmth during the frosty Minnesota winters. On the outskirts of the metro area is the largest indoor mall in the U.S., the Mall of America. In addition to the large shopping centers, there are countless smaller boutiques and antique shops spread throughout the state, so you’re sure to find one (or several!) you love.
Make sure to attend the Minnesota State Fair, which is a twelve-day-long iconic event that embraces everything America loves about the Midwest. Spend the day perusing the arts and crafts, made right in Minnesota, indulge your inner child by buying special treats and snacks, and then spend the evening listening to an amazing band in the grand stand. This event is certainly one you don’t want to miss.
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