16 Unforgettable Places In Minnesota That Everyone Must Visit This Winter
By Jo Magliocco|Updated on December 02, 2022(Originally published November 27, 2022)
Minnesota staff writer for Only in Your State and owner of Minnesota blog NorthGuide.co, I'm a Minneapolis transplant who loves my cats, camera, and local coffee. On the weekends I'm usually exploring the North Shore or making my way through the list of Minnesota's State Parks. Want to talk about MN or ask me a question? Tweet me @sotafiedjo!
Winter is definitely upon us and it’s time that we reap the benefits of this beautiful, albeit cold, season. From the northernmost tip (or angle) to the southernmost prairie, Minnesota is one of the most spectacular places to enjoy winter. Yes it’s cold, and yes that’s a bummer, but there are so many fun things to do, and so many stunning views to capture. And while this is just a sampling of places to visit in Minnesota in winter, it will get you started in providing an action-packed winter for you, your friends, and your family. Once you start checking these things off your winter bucket list, you’ll begin feeling amazingly grateful to be living in Minnesota.
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There’s no better time to embrace the cold than when it comes to winter activities in Minnesota. If you’re looking to be inspired for more things to do this winter, check out some of the following ideas:
Walk through Minnesota’s largest light display.
Ride a snow slide at Vulcan Snow Park.
Go for a winter hike.
Check out all the festivities and charms in Minnesota’s many small towns.