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410 Project – 523 S Front St, Mankato – Community art space in downtown Mankato offering instruction and classes, 410 Project is volunteer-powered striving to encourage and support emerging regional artists.
All Seasons Arena – 1251 Monks Avenue, Mankato – A long-time Mankato indoor ice skating rink providing family fun for over 40 years.
Alexander Park – 900 E Main St, Mankato – Located at the top of Main Street hill in Mankato, Alexander Park is a favorite place to play as it has a large playground, lots of open space, and tennis courts.
ARTifact – 321 N. Riverfront Dr., Mankato – Artifact is a 1500 square foot creative space focused on paint-your-own pottery.
Arts Center of Saint Peter – 315 S Minnesota Ave, St. Peter – Promoting and supporting local art, The Arts Center of St. Peter offers exhibits and performances by local artists as well as classes and a gift shop.
Bray Park and Campground – 22214 Oriole Road, Madison Lake – Bray Park features a large beach and play area along with a separate campground.
Bluff Park – 194 Mary Circle, North Mankato – A city park with a paved trail running through a large wooded area.
Benson Park – 2000 Carlson Dr., North Mankato – Open park in upper North Mankato with lots of green space and a pond. Benson park also has a paved trail, playground, and restroom. Dogs are allowed on leash.
Bent River Outfitter – 530 N Riverfront Dr B, Mankato – Locally owned Bent River Outfitters is the Mankato area's go-to for kayaks, canoes, and more!
Blue Earth County History Center and Museum – 424 Warren Street, Mankato – The Blue Earth County Historical Society has been active since 1901 and offers a wealth of information about the Mankato region's rich history.
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