When planning a summer road trip around Minnesota this year, consider checking out the world’s largest lutefisk, ball of twine or floating loon. They’re among the many unique roadside attractions waiting for those willing to stray off the main highway. Seth Hardmeyer, 31, grew up traveling Minnesota’s back roads in his parents’ station wagon. Now, he’s made it a year-round hobby.
A teenager was seriously injured when the car he was driving slide off the road and ended upside down in a pond.
If there’s one thing Clark Griswold would enjoy most about Minnesota, it’s the various quirky roadside attractions we have lining our highways.
Minnesota is home to several giant roadside attractions — Paul Bunyan, a huge walleye and a prairie chicken, to name a few.