Minnesota Sights and Views

Minnesota is like living in a state park.

Minnesota Fabulous Fall Flavors

Minnesota Fall Weekend Getaways

“Minnesota is like living in a state park,” was a statement shared by a guest that was born and raised on the East Coast. After college he immediately moved to Minnesota. For someone who has lived life in the North Star State, it was a welcomed observation. It offered the opportunity to slow down and take an unfiltered look at community and the beauty of the state of Minnesota. One of the most beautiful areas with the lakes, bluffs, rivers, waterfall, fields and hills alike, various trees and fantastic fall colors is a small piece of paradise in the back yard that guests of Summit Inn Bed and Breakfast, as well as other Minnesota Bed & Breakfast Association’s metro region community friends get to enjoy daily.

Now that it is fall our landscape truly puts on a show for visitors. Orchards, Vineyards and Gardens OH MY! Although you would not find any wizards in the Chisago Lakes Community, you very well could be a part of some fun and fabulous fall festivities. Try to say that 5 times fast. Ha! The cooler temperatures lend themselves to bonfires, apple picking, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and fall colors. Want a bit of spooky? Check out the Dead End Hayride at Pinehaven Farm. On your way stop at Lendt’s Pumpkin Patch for the best family fun photo ops out there! Don’t forget about the Shafer Corn Maze for more unique fall and Halloween fun!

Looking for a bit more earthy fall experiences? We recommend you check out Panola Valley Gardens that will take your breath away. Another great organic fall experience is to visit any of the regions amazing Vineyards! There is a great tour book called “A Toast to the Valley”  that can be found at many regional B&Bs. It is a detailed listing of the many vineyards in the metro area including a map to find your way around!

Last but not least, is a visit to the Pleasant Valley Orchard where you can not only pick off the tree several different types of apples, but visit the gift shop for yummy treats. All the deliciousness without the mess in your kitchen. Not to mention that they also have hayrides, brat feeds, a bake-off, etc. It is a must-see if you’re in town! They have a listing of their fall activities on their website or you can just click HERE!

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