Minnesota

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Read about small towns in Minnesota:

Alexandria – It is often said that Midwesterners travelled by train during the 1880’s to enjoy the serenity offered by the Alexandria lakes area. Having subsequently founded small fishing camps, luxury hotels and some of Minnesota’s very first resorts, these vacationers were able to enjoy abundant fishing and cool waters in the area. But, here’s the most important part – the same still holds true more than a century later! Even today, visitors to Alexandria and the surrounding area continually comment on the relaxed lifestyle, tranquil beauty of the area, as well as the friendly attitude of the townsfolk. And speaking of the townsfolk, some 11,700 of them make up the population, which deems it worthy of taking a significant place on HopAmerica.com’s “Most Beautiful Small Towns Of America” list. Continue reading…

Grand Marais – This place is one of those small towns that somehow inspires people from the moment they set foot in it (we speak from experience). Grand Marais is a friendly, quaint harbor village that offers plenty more than most would expect. Unique events, natural beauty, and authentic and creative personalities are just piece of the puzzle. Continue reading…

Northfield – Spread across Dakota and Rice counties of the state of Minnesota, the city of Northfield has a populationof just under 21,000. Situated mostly in Rice County, with only a small part cutting into Dakota County, the city was officially platted by John W. North in 1855. The town was founded as part of a New England colonization of what was the far west at the time, by immigrants from New England who many referred to as “Yankees.” Continue reading…

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