Golfing

Sauk Centre has two premier golf courses: GreyStone Golf Club is a Tom Lehman Signature Course located 3 miles north of Sauk Centre along Big Sauk Lake. The Lynx National golf course is a Scottish links style course designed by Mike Morley. It includes tall prairie grasses and wild flowers in the rough.

Sauk Centre Country Club at GreyStone 877-350-8849 www.greystonegc.net

Lynx National 320-352-0242 www.lynxnationalgolf.com

The Trail Head at Sinclair Lewis Park

features a bandshell with summer Concerts in the Park on Wednesday nights and festivals throughout the year. The 84′ Fishing Pier offers anglers access to the lake even if they don’t have a boat. The Fountain with a boy and girl under an umbrella was originally installed in 1890. The Rotary Club donated unique musical instruments along the shore and facilities include a picnic shelter, playground equipment, grills, gazebo, horseshoe pits and a skateboard park.

The Sinclair Lewis RV Park and Campground has a boat ramp and docks and is within walking distance of the Main Street shopping and dining area. Park reservations 320-352-2203.

Splash Pad

NEW Sauk Centre’s Splash Pad located near the skateboard park near Sinclair Lewis Park – lots of fun for the kids and adults! Free

Lake Wobegon Trail

The 46-mile long trail is designed for bikers, hikers and snowmobilers extending from St. Joseph through Sauk Centre to Osakis. Lake Wobegon, characterized by writer Garrison Keillor as “the little town that time forgot, and the decades cannot improve,” and as the town” where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average.” Recently it connected with the 55 mile Central Lakes Trail to Fergus Falls making it one of the longest trails in Minnesota.

CARAMEL APPLE RIDE September 10, 2016​​
Registration and check in 9am to 11am at Sinclair Lewis Park.

Sinclair Lewis Boyhood Home

www.sinclairlewisfoundation.com
810 Sinclair Lewis Ave, Sauk Centre, MN 56378 | 320-352-5359
Home Open June 3 – Labor Day Tuesday-Saturday 10am-3pm Guided tours, Gift Shop and Books.

The home is on the National Registry of Historic Places and tours are available throughout the summer months.