Spring break in Minnesota gives you and your group the opportunity to embark on a ski trip in Grand Marais; shop at the Mall of America near Minneapolis; or take in the historic nostalgia and nightlife in Duluth. Staying at one of many Minnesota vacation rentals means you and your crew can be situated in the heart of all the action. Choose from cozy cabins to luxurious condos in big cities home to art museums, theaters, and sporting arenas. Create memories to last a lifetime by spending your spring break vacation in Minnesota.
A vacation rental in Isle put you in the heart of wildlife at Father Hennepin State Park. Take the kids on the trails or pack a picnic lunch for friends while hiking the park or while on a fishing excursion with Mac’s Twin Bay Guide Service. Isle Bowl and Pizza is a popular hotspot for indoor entertainment, and the DeCorsa Vineyard and Farm Winery is the ideal spot for rest and relaxation. When happy hour rolls around, stop in for bar bites and a beverage at Beckham’s Bar and Bistro.
Make Duluth your vacation destination for spring break and admire the stunning views along the North Shore Scenic Drive before settling in at your rustic vacation rental. Duluth offers a variety of attractions for all ages that range from walks and jogs along the Riverwalk to historic tours of the Glensheen, the Historic Congdon Estate. Treat the kids to a day at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, or enjoy the nightlife with friends at the Black Water Lounge or the Dubh Linn Brew Pub. When the weather cooperates, hit the water and the trails on the Duluth Experience, a city tour that takes you to all the popular attractions both on and off Lake Superior.
A spring break trip to Plymouth gives you a chance to get wet and wild while flyboarding with Just Add Water Flyboard or fishing at Parkers Lake Park. Plymouth features attractions on land too, with musical performances and plays at the Hilde Performance Center and tours of Millennium Garden. Get in a round of golf at Hollydale Golf Course before dining on American fare at the Green Mill Restaurant and Bar.
Spring breakers interested in diverse activities find Rochester to be the perfect fit, with access to the historical Plummer House, the Zumbro River and the Rochester Art Center. Learn more about nature with tours of the Quarry Hill Nature Center, and hike or walk the Douglas Trail. Apache Mall indulges the shoppers in your crew while the Chateau Theater gives you a chance to catch a movie or musical performance. When it’s time to relax for a few hours, stop in at the Salem Glen Vineyard and Winery or LTS Brewing for your favorite beverage.
Spend spring break in the big city and admire the authentic artwork at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. This city is famous for entertaining tours for all ages, such as the Minneapolis Brewery Tour, the Skyway Food Tour, and the Historic Northeast Minneapolis Food Tour. Head to Target Field when you want to catch a sporting event and the Mall of America for shopping and roller coaster rides. When nature is calling your name, take your group to Minnehaha Falls to check out the blooming flowers and refreshing waterfalls.
6. St. Cloud
Get out and about on your spring break with a vacation rental that puts you in close proximity to the Beavers Island Trail and Clemens Gardens. St. Cloud draws tourists with convenient access to water attractions on Lake George and educational opportunities at the Stearns History Museum. Shop for a few hours at the Crossroads Center or practice your swing with a game of golf at Riverside Park. Kick back and relax at the Beaver Island Brewery before retreating to your luxurious vacation rental for the evening.
Treat yourself to some fun in the sun when making Alexandria your vacation destination for spring break. Start with a leisurely walk on the Central Lakes Trail, or take in the adventurous rides at Casey’s Amusement Park. If the weather is too cold for swimming in Lake Miltona, make a splash indoors at the Big Splash waterpark at the Arrowwood Resort. Make your spring break trip educational and entertaining when making pottery at Art Bar 39 before stopping in for some grilled entrees at Doolittles Woodfire Grill.
8. Grand Marais
Opt for a shoreside vacation rental in Grand Marais and admire the views of Lake Superior from your balcony. Take advantage of the lingering winter weather when skiing at the Lutsen ski resort, or soak up the sun walking the trails of the Judge C.R. Magney State Park. The Grand Marais Lighthouse is the ideal place for a group photo or family selfie while Honeymoon Bluff offers breathtaking scenery of the lake and the nearby forests.
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