Gift shops and antique stores along scenic 61 are intermingled with eating establishments and some great picnic sites. The shops mostly feature products with a regional flair.
An authentic logging camp replica and Knife River fishing museum! Eight museum buildings, gravity house, deer, goats, rainbow trout, bunnies, nature trail. Moccasins, jewelry, gifts! Seasonal.
"We Smoke Our Own' ciscoes, lake trout, whitefish, herring, wild Alaskan silver and king salmon. Homemade beef jerky, sausage, and salmon spread. OUr Specialty: sugar-cured trout and salmon. Eat 'em here or take 'em along! Cheese, wild rice, souvenirs.
Sensational handmade chocolates and candy made the old-fashioned way by third generation candy makers. A tasty stop indeed!
47 degrees is the average temperature and the latitude of Knife River, MN.
Locally made gifts and art including Lake Superior beach stone jewelry, paintings, photography, and more.
Hours :: Friday , Saturday & Sunday from 10-5
First time visitors are often surprised when they enter the gallery. From the outside you see a very rustic, board-and-batten barn with a blue metal roof. Inside, however, you are greeted with light walls, a timber frame, and elegant pieces of art throughout. Seasonal hours :: Summer, Thursday - Monday, 1-5pm Spring & Fall, Friday - Sunday, 1-5pm Winter, by appointment
Hot and cold espresso drinks, ice cream and sweet treats, paninis, sandwiches, wraps and soup. Gift shop features locally-crafted items including jewelry, pottery, fleece, knives, apparel and pet items.
Located in a Norwegian Stabbur building, this unique gift shop specializes in Scandinavian and European imports plus silver jewelry designed and created by Brad E. Nelson.