Brau Brothers Brewery
This cool spot In 2013, the Brewery made the move to Marshall, Minnesota. A taproom was added to the brewery, and the additional space allowed them to expand their distribution area. Today they proudly distribute Brau Bros Beer to the upper Midwest, as they continue to build their team, learn as much as they can about beer, and spend time with their fellow beer lovers! Enjoy this firetruck brewery that hosts 15+ taps of beer, complete with glass windows to watch the brewing process!
Camden State Park
Hike the Dakota Valley Trail for views of Redwood River Valley. Fish on the Redwood River, a designated trout stream. Take a refreshing dip in the spring-fed swimming pond built by the Veterans Conservation Corps in 1935. Enjoy a sand beach and a bathhouse built from local stone. Bike a single track mountain bike trail or the paved Camden Regional Trail. There are over 15 miles of hiking trails, that follow the Redwood River & Prairie Grassland as well! Camping options abound for the whole family. If camping isn’t your style, the Redwood Lodge is available for rentals to better accommodate you.
9/11 Memorial Park
9/11 Memorial Park commemorates one of the most significant events in our nation’s history. The Marshall Fire Department acquired a beam from the rubble of the World Trade Center in New York City and after years of planning, dedicated the beam in Marshall’s Memorial Park on 9/11/11. This inspiring memorial celebrates our nation’s capacity to survive and overcome adversity and at the same time symbolizes the renewal and resolve of a nation which came together that fateful day.
With this much natural beauty and history, along with 30+ unique restaurants, quaint shops, the art district, and the lovely locals, there’s no question that Marshall should be at the heart of your travel comeback!
To plan your trip, go to visitmarshallmn.com for more information.