650 US Hwy. 75
Ortonville, MN 56278
Phone: (320) 839-2414
Fax: (320) 839-2414
650 US Hwy. 75, Ortonville, MN, US, 56278
- Phone: (320) 839-2414
- Fax: (320) 839-2414
Located along the Red River, the 26-acre Kidder Recreation Area is home to Wahpper, "the world's largest catfish;" garden plots, an arboretum, a fish cleaning station, picnic shelter, restrooms and showers, modern campsites with water and electricity, a boat ramp and fishing piers.
Standing atop a hilltop overlooking the city, the Hillcrest Lutheran Academy is affiliated with the Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America. This institute is a junior high school as well as provides boarding facilities. The building was originally designed for the Park Region Luther College that was replaced by this academy.
Beginning in downtown Osakis and running to Alexandria, this eighteen mile long trail features a bituminous surface and provides all-season recreation opportunities for walking, cycling, roller-blading, and more.
Rutland is a small city located in the Sargent County of North Dakota. Founded in 1886, the town was originally going to be named Stewart, after Albert H. Stewart who has donated the land for the town. However, since there was already a town called Stewartville in the state, the residents finally chose Rutland as its name. Today, the city is a typical small town, surrounded by other small towns of the state. However, the city does have an array of lakes and other wonders of natural beauty, and they are well maintained, since hunting is one of the main sports here. Visit Rutland and discover the real charm of an American small town.