MNTrips is the trusted source for travel throughout Minnesota. Find travel tips and itineraries for Minnesota, including weekend getaways, road trips, lake resort holidays and family vacations. MNTrips guides you to Minnesota towns and cities, with top things to do and places to stay. For each region, find detailed information about Minnesota’s State Parks and nearby nature areas.
Plan things to do in the metro Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, including the Mall of America. Or explore destination ideas in greater Minnesota: where to fish, hike, bike, canoe or camp. Across the state, from the North Shore of Lake Superior to the Mississippi River valley, discover the towns, local neighborhoods, and restaurants that make up Minnesota’s community spirit.
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The charming old town of Grand Marais, with its many unique Minnesota characteristics, makes a great base for exploring the North Shore of Lake Superior, the Gunflint Trail, and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
When we think of Duluth, we admit out thoughts go more to scenery and big ships, not big plates of delicious food. We’ve changed our thinking. We love the variety and quality of eats found in Duluth, Minnesota. Here are a few suggestions to find the best restaurants in Duluth.
Small town Granite Falls on the Minnesota River features the historic Volstead House Museum, a WWII air museum, and a spirited arts community. Just over two hours’ drive from Minneapolis, it makes for an easy overnight or weekend getaway.
The Lac Qui Parle Mission provides a glimpse into some of the earliest interactions between the Indians of the Upper Minnesota River area and the first white settlers, including Joseph Renville, who was instrumental in creating a system of writing the Dakota language.
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