Northwestern Minnesota

Virtual Brochure Rack



Visit Northwest Minnesota from the comfort of  your own home by checking out our Virtual Brochure Rack! These links feature actual brochures that are available from this area, including Kittson, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake and Roseau Counties as well as entries from Northwest Minnesota and Northwest Minnesota Neighbors. This page will be frequently updated as more brochures become available, so feel free to stop by often!


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Northwest Minnesota:

Camping Fun at NW Minnesota State Parks - Check out the great daily and seasonal rates at three Northwest Minnesota parks.


King of Trails - "Today travelers can still enjoy peaceful vistas, fascinating historical sites, quaint towns, colorful festivals and warm hospitality along the lakes, rivers and trails of remarkable Highway 75." For more information, please visit


Museums of Minnesota's Historic Northwest - "Consortium of local historical and cultural groups joining together to promote our area's history and the events that celebrate its richness and diversity." For more information, please visit


Northwest Minnesota State Parks - Check out the 2010 daily and seasonal rates at three Northwest Minnesota State Parks.


Pine to Prairie Birding Trail - "Welcome to Northwestern Minnesota where a unique collection of habitats provide homes for a tremendous variety of birds." Minnesota's first birding trail. For more information, please visit


Riverland - "Located along the Red lake River in Northwest Minnesota, Riverland offers activities for the entire family. Whether you enjoy the great outdoors, or prefer to meander through shops and enjoy fine dining, Riverland has something for you! Come and explore all that Riverland has to offer!"


Tours Through the Countryside - Take a tour through the countryside and visit locations that feature agriculture, wildlife, history, culture & the environment. "Reflections of the Past...Progress for Tomorrow"


Waters of the Dancing Sky Scenic Byway - Ride the beautiful Waters of the Dancing Sky Scenic Byway. Named for the northern lights that can often be seen dancing in the sky, this route traverses 191 miles along Minnesota Trunk Highway 11.


Wetlands, Pines & Prairie Audubon Sanctuary - "Operated by the Agassiz Audubon Society. The sanctuary consists of 800 acres of wildlife habitat. Enjoy yourself among restored prairies, created wetlands and planted deciduous and coniferous woodlots." For more information, please visit


Wildflowers of Minnesota's Northern Prairies - Highlights 51 of the most common wildflowers found in the prairies of Northwestern Minnesota. Close to 500 species of native flowering plants are found here.


Kittson County:

Kittson County - Fabulous points of interest make Kittson County a great place to visit. "Wish You Were Here...Kittson County, Minnesota"


Marshall County:

Marshall County Park at Florian - Come visit the Marshall County Park at Florian, the best kept secret in Northern Minnesota!


Middle River - "Small town America with THE BEST fall festival for families; minutes from excellent birding; abundant deer & goose hunting; on the way to Lake of the Woods; area camping; theater; star gazing; groomed snowmobile trails; ATV recreation and more..." For additional information, please visit


Norman County:

Ada - "What a Great Place..." Ada, Alive and Thriving!


Pennington County:

Seven Clans Casino, Hotel & Indoor Water Park - Come visit your family fun getaway destination and have fun all day!


Time Well Spent - "Whether you are looking for a place to shop for unique home decor, gifts & cards, books or gourmet foods, you will enjoy an unforgettable experience at Time Well Spent."


Polk County:

Antique Guide - Enjoy a great antique treasure hunting adventure in Crookston, The Antique Capital of Northwest Minnesota! 


Crookston - "Crookston offers a variety of unique and interesting opportunities to occupy your stay. Whether you are a nature lover or history buff, Crookston has attractions to fill your needs." For more information, please visit


East Grand Forks / Grand Forks - Greater Grand Forks is a lively, bustling community surrounded by the rich, quilted landscape of Red River Valley farm country. It's a place that feels "warm" even in winter - where you'll find plenty to see and do and meet some of the friendliest people to be found anywhere." For more information, please visit


Glacial Ridge Project - "In August 2000 when The Nature Conservancy purchased 24,270 acres 10 miles east of Crookston, the stage was set for the largest prairie restoration project in history."


The Greenway - "With over 2,200 acres of open, natural spaces, the Greenway is a great setting for a wide variety of activities. From impromptu picnics to community events that attract thousands of participants, great things are happening in the Greenway!"


Mount Saint Benedict Trail - Located on the Red Lake River winding through 100 acres of forest in Southeast Crookston. The sisters of Mount St. Benedict have opened their private property to all who are interested in enjoying and preserving the natural beauty of the woods.


Northern Lights Model Railroad Association & Museum - Located on the grounds of the heritage Village in East Grand Forks. Tours can be arranged with prior notice.


Polk County Historical Museum - "This museum stands so that the future may learn from the past."


Red Lake County:

Two Fools Vineyard and Winery - Two Fools Vineyard introduces a vineyard and winemaking to Northwest Minnesota where the summer sun is plentiful and the glacial "terra" is fertile.


Red Lake Falls - A city that has a lot to offer, for fun in any season! For more information, please visit


Voyageur's View Tubing & Camping - "COME, DISCOVER, ENJOY and EXPLORE the Red Lake River with Voyageur's View!" For more information, please visit


Roseau County:

Birds of Roseau Wildlife Management Area - A 61,333 acre wildlife area that is home to a uniquely large and diverse wetland as well as many species of birds.


Reel Adventures - Summer and winter guided fishing trips on Lake of the Woods. For more information, please visit


Roseau and Roseau Shopping Guide- Check out all that Roseau has to offer! For more information, please visit


Roseau Pioneer Farm and Village - "Began by action of the Roseau Lions Club in 1975 to establish an agricultural museum in the area. It was to honor the pioneers and also to show the youth of present/future generations how our ancestors made their living."


Warroad - "Fishing, camping, snowmobiling & boating are just a few ways to have fun in Warroad on Lake of the Woods, Minnesota." For additional information, please visit


Warroad Estates Golf Course - "18-Hole Championship Layout featuring four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all abilities." For more information, please visit


Northwest Minnesota Neighbors:

Cass Lake - Come get hooked on the Cass lake, Winnie, Leech Lake, Walker, Pennington, Deer River, Bemidji, Bena and Blackduck areas! Visit for more information.


Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre - The Place of the Long Rapids. Discover a way of life centered on respect for all living things and the peace that comes from living in harmony with Mother Earth.


In Their Own Words...A Veterans Museum - Listen to veterans re-tell their their own words. "Close to home...Far from ordinary".


NW Angle - The Northwest Angle and Islands are what Minnesota vacations are all about. We boast breathtaking views, awesome fishing and great resorts mingled into the Lake of the Woods and surrounding forests. Also check out additional information including The Angler and a Map.


Sprague & District Historical Museum - Includes pioneer maps, home interiors and tools from early industry in Sprague, Manitoba. One of the features is an operating CNR telegraph office from the '40's


Three Island Park - Park that covers 3,000 acres of land including diverse forests of hardwoods and conifers. Includes trails, picnic areas, boat access to Three Island Lake, beautiful scenery and much more.


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