Facebook_icon   Twitter_icon

North Mankato, MN, USA < change city >

 

AMY AND MARK'S WEDDING

September, 2008 in Mankato
Pink_ask_a_question  

Ceremony: The Garden Ceremony
Reception: The Reception

Ceremony:

The Reception - Ceremony - 11 Telemark Drive, Mankato, MN, United States

The Garden Ceremony

11 Telemark Dr
Mankato, MN 56001
507-625-4105

Reception:

The Reception - Reception - 11 Telemark Drive, Mankato, MN, United States

The Reception

11 Telemark Dr
Mankato, MN 56001
507-625-4105

Hotel:

AmericInn Hotel & Conference Center - Hotel - 240 Stadium Road, Mankato, MN, 56001, USA

AmericInn

240 Stadium Rd
Mankato, MN 56001, US
507-345-8011

Hotel:

Holiday Inn-Mankato - Hotel - 101 E Main St, Mankato, MN, United States

Holiday Inn Civic Center Mankato

101 East Main Street
Mankato, MN, United States
507-345-1234

Church:

Trinity Lutheran Church

418 N Main St
Janesville, MN 56048
507-231-5189

Nature:

Minneopa State Park - Nature - Minneopa State Park

Minneopa State Park

54497 Gadwall Road
Mankato, MN 56001
507-389-5464

"The only major waterfall in southwestern Minnesota tumbles through Minneopa State Park. An old stone mill and a vanished village leave traces of history in the midst of a park's wildlife. Camp, picnic and hike in summer, cross-country ski in winter. Location: 5 miles west of Mankato; take HWY 169 South; turn right onto HWY 68"

Nature:

North MN River Trail

"The North Minnesota River Trail is the big link that offers a safe and convenient route for trail enthusiasts as well as provides connectivity to other Mankato trails and the communities that line the trail. Trail goers can take in scenic views of plants, trees, wildlife and a naturally flowing stream. Location: at the intersection of Riverfront Dr. and Main St.; across the Street from the Holiday Inn"

Nature:

Rasmussen Woods-Elk's Nature Center - Nature - Rasmussen Woods Road, Mankato, MN, 56001

Rasmussen Woods-Elk's Nature Center

Rasmussen Woods Road
Mankato, MN 56001

"This unique 150 acre tract is the only park in Mankato designed solely for passive recreation. Its users include people of all ages who come to hike the trails and enjoy the natural beauty of the area, and to observe the wide variety of wildlife."

Nature:

Sibley Park - Nature - 900 Mound Ave, Mankato, MN, 56001, US

Sibley Park

900 Mound Ave
Mankato, MN 56001, US

"Sibley Park established in 1887, is named for Minnesota’s first Governor, Henry Hastings Sibley. The park currently has active recreation opportunities on the north side with softball, tennis, fishing, and sliding hill. More passive recreation is provided on the south side of the park with extensive landscape and gardens, a story book farm site, open space and picnicking areas. The hill top of the mound is being reclaimed through plantings and controlled burns to an Oak Savanna environment similar to what originally existed."

White_corner_trWhite_corner_blWhite_corner_br
White_corner_trWhite_corner_blWhite_corner_br


See More in North Mankato