Preston, MN

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  • Preston is located in the Southeast corning of Minnesota in what is known as ‘Bluff Country’. We are a short drive from many major cities. 35 miles from Rochester, MN, 55 miles from Winona, MN, 60 miles from LaCrosse, WI, 120 miles from St. Paul

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  • The Preston Tourism Center on Hwy 52 is open Monday - Saturday, mid-April - October

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  1. Breakfast With Santa

    Breakfast With Santa

    813 Highway 52 N
    Preston, MN 55965
    Call: (507) 765-2100
    Toll Free: (888) 845-2100

    Sponsored by ECFE/Preston Area Chamber of Commerce/ Preston Lions Club

  2. Pumpkin Fest & Fall Expo & Craft Show

    Pumpkin Fest & Fall Expo & Craft Show

    P.O. Box 657.
    Preston, MN 55965
    Call: (507) 765-2153
    Toll Free: (888) 845-2100

    Join the Preston Area Chamber of Commerce for their Fall Expo & Pumpkin Fest! There will be all kinds of entertainment during the expo! Don't forget to stop by your favorite vendors and of course, enter in the master door prize for a chance to win a prize from one of our local vendors!

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  1. National Trout Center

    120 St. Anthony Street S.
    Preston, MN 55965
    Call: (507) 765-2452

    Environmental learning center for trout, salmon, cold water ecology, geology, fly fishing, fly tying, spin fishing, aquatic entomology, and local fishing information.

    The National Trout Center (NTC) provides hands-on activities to engage the public in awareness of the environment and cold water fishery resources of the driftless region and the arts and crafts related to trout fishing. The NTC is your go-to place for "All Things Trout".

    Individuals, families, students, and groups are invited to participate in lectures & workshops, take a tour of the center, or request a specialized educational program to meet your group's interests.

    Mission Statement: "The National Trout Center seeks to conserve our natural and cultural heritage of trout and their cold water environments by engaging the public through education, practice, and awareness."



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