Ever Visited Minnesota’s ‘Coolest Secret Location?’
The travel team at Reader's Digest has listed the 'Coolest Secret Locations' in each of the 50 states. Any guess what Minnesota's spot is?
Did you say Jeffers Petroglyphs?
"Located southwest of New Ulm, the 7,000 year-old rock carvings made the list as our states contribution to the coolest places in America."
Jeffers Petroglyphs is home to about 5,000 sacred rock carvings, also called petroglyphs, made by the ancestors of today’s Native Americans. Jeffers tells the story of this continent like no other place — connecting visitors to those who lived and traveled in ancient times across what is now known as North America.
Plan your visit to Jeffers Petroglyphs with all the info you'll find HERE.
What did Reader's Digest say were the coolest secret spots in our neighboring states?
- Wisconsin: Mineral Point
- Iowa: Siewers Spring State Park
- North Dakota: Theodore Roosevelt National Park
- South Dakota: Deadwood
OK, time to start planning your summer vacation. You can see the full list of all fifty 'cool places' from Reader's Digest HERE.
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