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    St Peter Area Tourism & Visitors Bureau

    101 S Front St
    St Peter MN, 56082
    (507) 934-3400

    Visit the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and Visitors Bureau for information on St. Peter...history, attractions, community profile, maps, calendar of events, postcards and souvenirs, brochures on a variety of topics and businesses. Also visit St. Peter's Pearly Gates next to the Tourism office...great photo op.

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    Le Sueur Area Chamber & Tourism

    500 N Main St
    Le Sueur MN, 56058
    (507) 665-2501

    Le Sueur is 50 miles south of the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area or 25 miles north of Mankato on Highway 169. Population: approximately 4,000, Founded: 1852, Incorporated: 1867

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    Visit Mankato

    Visit Mankato

    12 Civic Center Plaza, Suite 1645
    Mankato MN, 56001
    (507) 385-6660

    If you are looking for an adventure, wellness event, great family getaway or an invigorating cultural experience, you are investigating the right community. You can find Mankato nestled in the scenic Minnesota River Valley just 75 minutes southwest of the St. Paul/ Minneapolis Metro. Our community offers experiences you would expect from a major metro and the charm you can get only from a close-knit community. Mankato is home of the Minnesota Vikings Training Camp and the Minnesota Timberwolves Camp. Mankato hosts a variety of major events and celebrations throughout its four scenic seasons. Mankato's major events calendar is packed throughout the year, boasting major events including: Minnesota Vikings Training Camp, Mankato Marathon, River Ramble, Mahkato Pow Wow, Ribfest, Kiwanis Holiday Lights and the Riverfront Park outdoor concert series. Mankato is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy the area's abundant recreation activities and wellness events. In addition to the scenic beauty of the Minnesota River, there are numerous lakes throughout the area. Greater Mankato has more than 60 parks and 50 miles of paved trails for walking, biking or skating. Our on and off-road trail system is quickly becoming a magnet for biking enthusiasts. Plus, we can't forget the hills that are great for skiing, biking and climbing! Our City Center offers fine arts from painted utility boxes to CityArt sculptures to poetry on the trail system. Mankato has a rich history including a significant role in the US Dakota Conflict and serving as the backdrop for the very popular Betsy-Tacy book series. Traditions have arisen from this history that bring visitors to Mankato year after year. Stay in one of our many lodging facilities while enjoying first-rate entertainment at the Verizon Wireless Center. We know a little retail therapy goes a long way and we are happy to say that Greater Mankato serves as a retail center, with hundreds of stores and restaurants, ranging from large national retailers to quaint local shops! Visitors will enjoy one of our three wineries or brewery and exceptional dining at our unique restaurants.

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    Henderson Chamber

    Henderson Chamber

    600 Main St
    PO Box 216
    Henderson MN, 56044
    (507) 248-3234

    Discover Henderson, MN Take a drive to one of the oldest communities in Minnesota. Discover Henderson, nestled in the scenic Minnesota River Valley. Tour our historic Main Street and discover the history of Sibley County and the founder of Henderson, Joseph R. Brown. Henderson has much to offer today, Main street shopping and eateries along with regional parks and popular town festivals.