The "King of Trails" (KT) crosses the entire United States,
beginning in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and ending at the Gulf of Mexico in
We have developed this website as a resource for planning your travels
through Western Minnesota. Our site serves as your source for links to the
many cities and sites along the route.
To view our complete membership listing, go to the "Members"
page. On this page you will find links to the sites of many of our
Our "Maps" page provides additional
information for all our member communities. Each community has a page
with information specific to them. Our map is broken down into five
geographic sections to make your browsing easier.
King of Trails
Market Day on
September 10, 2011!
Communities up and down the International Historic Highway 75 King of
Trails Byway are getting ready to celebrate life along the route,
showcasing baked goods, fresh produce and flowers, plus antiques and
collectibles, during the King of Trails Market Day, held annually the
second weekend of September. This
year’s annual Highway 75 King of Trails Market Day will be held Saturday,
Sept. 10th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Market Day activities will be held in the
following communities along the Highway 75 King of Trails Corridor: Hallock,
Kennedy, Stephen, Argyle, Warren,
Crookston, Georgetown, Breckenridge, Ortonville, Canby, Lake Benton, and
Shoppers set out for a leisurely drive along the
Highway 75 Byway and be amazed at the wonderful adventures and unique
treasures you will find along the way, from farm fresh produce, to
woodcrafts, antiques, and Highway 75 memorabilia. You're going to discover some neat
places, interesting people, and quaint stops that you'll want to visit
again and again. So pack your camera, sunglasses, a good pair of walking
shoes, and plenty of cash!
Vendors this is a fantastic venue to sell their
goods. There are select locations at
each community with set-up space available to rent. For more information on becoming a vendor
Historic Highway 75 near the western border of the state runs the
entire length of Minnesota and was designated as the newest of the 22
Minnesota State Scenic Byways. The
highway offers a remarkable journey of peaceful vistas, fascinating
historical sites, quaint towns, colorful festivals, and warm hospitality
along the lakes, rivers and trails.
To request a 2011/2012 Historic Highway 75 Visitor Guide call
Download the Highway 75 Travel Guide in pdf format
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