Saukrapids Minnesota Attractions
To help you make the most of those precious few months, the St. Cloud Times newsroom is sharing a summery bucket list to take you to curious adventure seekers from across the state and enjoy a trip right here in Central Minnesota. Spend a day scrubbing vintage clothing at the Minneapolis Vintage Markets, which pop up once a month at some of the best sellers in the Twin Cities.
Visit the Pine Grove Zoo in Little Falls and see cheeky otters and cuddly porcupines, but don't forget to see wild birds of prey such as owls, ospreys and nesting eagles. Try the Bjorkland Trail and visit the Great Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, home to the largest bald eagle reserve in the world. Visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Center in St. Cloud, see nesting ospreys and white-tailed eagles, and see a variety of birds and other wildlife at the state's most popular wildlife park.
Visit the Minnesota Fishing Museum in Little Falls, which houses one of the largest fishing museums in the United States, and the Lindbergh Museum, the largest museum in the world dedicated to Minnesota's fisheries and fisheries history. Visit Lake Superior and the Great Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in St. Cloud and see a variety of birds of prey including owls, ospreys and white-tailed eagles. Visit the Twin Cities Museum of Natural History in Duluth, which houses a collection of more than 1,000 artifacts and artefacts from Minnesota's past.
Tiny Dorset is about four miles east and then a further five miles to Lake Belle Taine in Nevis, where you can pose with a giant tiger muskie. Hop across the southern border to cheat Minnesota by rounding off your trip with a stop at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul or the Twin Cities Convention Center in Duluth.
Spend a weekend at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul or the Twin Cities Convention Center in Duluth, looking for wildlife, even the occasional black bear, in Minnesota's oldest national park, home to a waterfall mysteriously disappearing into a hole, and some of the state's best hiking trails.
There are many activities the whole family can enjoy, and you will find something for everyone at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul, the Twin Cities Convention Center in Duluth, or the Minneapolis Convention and Exhibition Center.
In the land of 10,000 vines, try wines made from Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and more. Visit 16 Harmony in Minnesota and enjoy the Dilly Bar, where it was invented, or take a trip to the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul or the Twin Cities Convention Center in Duluth.
If you're itching to get out of the house in the hot summer months, the Summerland Family Fun Park is a fun place to visit. There are rides for everyone 3 years or older, with many rides designed specifically for small children.
Take a little road trip to Walnut Grove for the annual Wilder Pageant, which celebrates the life and work of Laura Ingalls Wilders. Travel back in time and take a gangster tour of the Landmark Center to learn more about the history of St. Paul's most famous street gang, the Gangsters.
The next section of demographic information provides detailed information about Sauk Rapids residents, including age, gender, race, ethnicity, education, income, and education level. One of the most important findings of this chart is that Sauks Rapids, Minnesota, has the second largest non-citizen population in the state of Minnesota. The country - the birth population and median age of citizens and immigrants, as well as the proportion of the population from other states - provides more information about the age of non-citizens compared to states outside Minnesota, showing a comparison of the median age of citizens and immigrants. Compared to Minnesota, Sauk Rapids is about twice the size and roughly the size of St. Paul.
Sauk Rapids is 8.6% larger in the number of people who are single for any reason (47%), and ranks first in Minnesota in the percentage of men who have never been married (2.7%) and second in the percentage of men who have never been married (1.8%). The number and median age of single people in each area, broken down by gender, is also compared to states outside Minnesota and is presented in Sauks Rapids, Minnesota. Furthermore, the figures for "never married, divorced or widowed" (broken down by sex) for each state in Minnesota are compared and presented in this graph, as well as in a comparison of data collected by state. The figures for "single adult women" in an area are broken down by "never married or divorced" and given as a percentage for all single women and men in the area and as the average for single men in the area.