Located on the Root River Bike Trail, a must stop for a piece of homemade pie& ice cream or a sandwich.
Our quaint gift store offers a unique variety of area products, handcrafted items and seasonal apparel, accessories and jewelry.
Year-round - Canoes, Kayaks, tubes, bikes, cross-country skis, snowshoes, guided fishing trips.
World class resort located in the Root River Valley. Featuring 3 to 8 bedroom cabins. Families, Reunions, Girls Weekends, Crafting Groups, Retreats, Couples
3 bedroom whole house rental with everything you need for the perfect stay.
Non operating 1917 filling station.Step back in time when gas was cheap and service was of the utmost importance.
Seasonal - 9 hole Mini Golf Course
With the perfect blend of salty and sweet, this kettle corn is popped fresh right on the trail, at 431 Half Street in Whalan. ( Next to Treasures on the Trail).
Seasonal hours may very.
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Enjoy the unique experience of a winter sleigh ride or for the warmer weather enthusiast try a wagon ride
Surrounded by the beautiful bluffs of SE Minnesota's Driftless Region, our Rustic Hearth Event Center has all the ambiance and amenities for your groups next event. It includes high-end video and audio integration, fully-stocked catering kitchen, 2000 square foot meeting space with rustic stone fireplace, two breakout rooms and a beautiful deck.
An artisan boutique featuring unique, handcrafted items. Many one-of-a-kind items made just for cyclists.
Imagine what it was like to wait in Whalan's Historic Depot for your train to arrive. While you let your imagination run, take time to shop for that special gift. A sandwich and drink enjoyed on the front lawn may be just the ticket. Don't forget to grab an ice cream treat or take some delicious fudge to enjoy on your trip.
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Hall rental with kitchen and seating for up to 46 for dinners, reunions or parties.
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A visit to the museum will take you back in time when Whalan was a bustling railroad community and home to many Norwegian immigrents. Sat & Sunday and by appointment