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  • Bullfrog Fish Farm

    Bullfrog Fish Farm has the ultimate in freshwater fish and fun-for-all recreation. Offering pondside fishing, shorelunches, group outings, education tours, and live fish sales, the farm uses the gumption & wit of rural culture and the cool, clean, sweet waters of the Chippewa Valley to make sustainable fishing fun.

  • Squash Blossom Farms

    On Sundays, meet the animals, explore the store, and listen to local musicians at Squash Blossom Farm. Wood-fired sourdough pizza and other homemade goodies are available for sale. Check their website for special events like the Cow Puja and Picnic Operetta. Rent out the farm for special occasions.

  • DreamAcres Farm

    Dream Acres is an off-the-grid, organic farmstead that offers educational and cultural programs. The farm houses Dreamery Rural Arts Initiative which puts on summer camps and retreats, and performances throughout the summer. Stop by for pizza nights, and custom-planned workshops in appropriate and alternative technologies, and plan a family retreat read more

  • Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua

    Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua (sha-ta-qwa) is a year-round, non-profit performing arts organization with a rich history. They operate an intimate 900-seat, all-canvas, state-of-the-art tent theater, producing and presenting a fifty-plus night summer season of concerts, plays, lectures, and a highly acclaimed professional local troupe which performs original multi-media musicals read more

  • Carlos Creek Winery

    Carlos Creek Winery was founded in 1997, and is located on 160 acres in Minnesota’s first Viticultural Area, “Alexandria Lakes”. The winery includes 10 acres of vineyard and 25 acres of orchard. They produce over 20 varieties of wines many of which have won international acclaim. Carlos Creek is open read more

  • Cabin Coffeehouse and Cafe

    Homemade is in the Air! The Cabin serves fresh homemade baked goods, soups, salads, grilled paninis, Minnesota Hot Dish, full espresso bar, organic fair trade coffee, and vegan & vegetarian foods in a relaxing atmosphere. Local art is displayed and sold plus area musicians regularly take the stage for acoustic read more

  • Crossings at Carnegie

    Set in the charming, 100-year-old space of a Carnegie library, Crossings offers ever-new experiences with monthly exhibits featuring regional artists, live music each week featuring critically acclaimed local and international musicians, and a gift shop full of treasures you won’t find elsewhere. Sign up for a class in the arts, read more

  • Historic Holmes Theater

    The Historic Holmes Theatre is an 800-seat performing arts center that is part of the Detroit Lakes Community’s Cultural Center. The theater presents a variety of musical and theatrical performances from international to national to regional and local artists. Native Harvest hosts slow foods dinners, concerts and the Northern Lights read more

  • Amazing Grace Cafe and Bakery

    For a delicious home-cooked meal in Duluth, there is no better place to stop than the Amazing Grace Bakery. Famous for their muffins and scones, the restaurant/cafe serves a full breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. Customers are drawn back again and again by local and national folk music read more