Tuitti Fruitti Market Farm​

​A family owned operation featuring a restaurant, self-serve fruit and vegetable stand, fall PUMPKIN DAYS featuring farm animals for petting, train rides, games and build your own scare crow. Farm fresh eggs are available year around including jams, dressings, locally raised honey & maple syrup.

(320) 352-2059 | Hours are Monday-Saturday 8:00-5:00 and Sunday 12:00 noon-5:00pm.​

Beste’s Sporting Clays​

Beste’s game farm is great place to hunt pheasants or tune up and train your dog for the bird hunting season. Guides and Dogs are also available by appointment.

40985 425th Ave, Sauk Centre MN 56378 | 320-352-2420 |

Carlos Creek Winery​

Complimentary Winery Tours are offered daily at 1:00 & 3:00, plus 5:00 on Saturdays. No reservations needed for groups fewer than 20. Custom Tours & Vineyard Tours available by appointment. Live musicians play every weekend all year round at Carlos Creek. Rent a 2- or 4-seat bike, explore a 3.5 acre maze, play a game of Giant Garden Chess, enjoy Croquet, Holey Boards, or Bocce Ball and Scavenger Hunts for Kids. The Grape Stomp and Fall Festival is held the third weekend of September. Applefest celebrates the end of the apple harvest and is held the third Saturday of October.

6693 County Road 34 NW, Alexandria, MN 56308 | 320-846-5443 |

Whispering Oaks Winery​

Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 p.m. to share a glass or pick up a couple bottles of wine.

33578 County Road 30, Melrose, MN 56352 | 320-256-7118 |

Panther Distillery

Minnesota’ s first legal whiskey distillery and dedicated to continuing Minnesota’s heritage of exceptional distilled spirits that goes back to Prohibition. Distillery Tours Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat. Noon-4pm *No reservations necessary. Now offering $5 shot glass with tastings of the whiskeys.

300 East Pike Street, Osakis, MN 56360 | 320-859-2256 |

Glacial Ridge Trail – Scenic Byway

Glacial Ridge Trail – Scenic Byway is a 245 mile designated scenic byway. When ancient glaciers retreated across this land, they left hills and lakes in their wake. Today vacationers enjoy fishing, boating, biking and snowmobiling along the extensive network of trails throughout this rolling countryside.


The Sauk Centre Snocleats have two groomers that groom 150 miles of trails for tourists all winter long. See maps on their

Redhead Creamery Tours

From Cows to Curds Farm Tour with viewing window and cheese curds in the store.

612-219-3947 |

OPEN: Mon. Wed. Fri. Sat.: 11-5
Tours at 3:00 on Saturdays or by appt.