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  1. Historic Bluff Country National Scenic Byway

    PO Box 489
    Rushford, MN 55971
    Call: (507) 312-9567

    Follow the lush Root River Valley and wind your way through what feels like a landscape painting of woodsy hills and dramatic dolomite bluffs, marked with the tranquil silhouette of a lone Amish buggy. Explore the Root River Trail by bike, stopping for pie or lunch in a trail town along the way. Or, enjoy the same route on the river; the main towns and campgrounds have outfitters for kayak, canoe and tube rentals, as well as bike rentals.

    Bluff country is also a great place for fishing, with many trout streams winding through the area. At a state park, naturalists lead tours of Mystery Cave and costumed interpreters portray life in 1899 Historic Forestville. Amish buggies are a common sight on these country roads. Lodging runs the gamut, from cozy B&Bs to rustic hideaway cabins to elegant retreats with specialty cuisine and rooms with expansive valley views.

  2. Southeastern Minnesota Historic Bluff Country, Inc.

    PO Box 489
    Rushford , MN 55971
    Call: (507) 312-9567

    Contact us for information on attractions, lodging, dining, shopping, itineraries and tours in our two and a half county area. Come and explore 3 State Parks, 2 underground caves offering public tours. Take a step back in time with a visit to our museums and historic sites. Relive the days of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the first Norwegian settlers, or enjoy the quiet and peaceful Amish lifestyle.Bike the Root River and Harmony-Preston State Bike Trails. Canoe the Root River or fish on the Mississippi. Get hooked on trout fishing, cross-country skiing or snowmobiling. Historic Bluff Country National Scenic Byway Historic Bluff Country is easily reached via Interstates 90 and 35, and via U.S. Highways 16, 44, 52, 61, or 63.Wherever you are, you're not very far from Minnesota's best-kept secret. We wish you a warm welcome!

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