For July 4th Holiday, Tourism Leaders Encourage Minnesotans To Travel Within StateAAA predicts that Americans will take around 700 million trips this summer starting with the July 4th holiday. That is way down from previous years, but the majority of those are expected to be road trips.
Bar Displaying Confederate Memorabilia Removed From Tourism Site, Then ReinstatedAfter about 30 complaints were reviewed, the listing for Rollie's Rednecks and Longnecks in Sauk Rapids has been reinstated to the Explore MN website.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Explore Minnesota Offers Virtual Tours Of Iconic Minnesota DestinationsTourism is a major part of Minnesota’s economy, but it's taking a hit because of COVID-19. And it's too soon to tell how badly the industry will be affected.
Explore Minnesota Reports Healthy Summer Tourism SeasonAs September begins, Minnesota is wrapping up a successful summer tourism season. Explore Minnesota surveyed 300 businesses: hotels, resorts, campgrounds, and home rentals. They found business was growing for 80% of them.
Where Are All The Fall Colors?Leaves usually change color mid-September to early October in northern Minnesota.
Fall Colors Means More Green For Minnesota Tourism IndustryTwenty-five percent of Minnesota tourism money is made in the fall.
State Tourism Bureau Says More People Are Vacationing In MinnesotaNew numbers show there's been a spike of people vacationing this summer in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
'Explore Minnesota' Facebook Page HackedMinnesota's tourism agency has removed a hacker who was peppering the agency's Facebook page with bizarre postings.
Survey Finds Bright Outlook For Summer Tourism In MinnesotaIn an Explore Minnesota survey of lodging businesses, close to half of the respondents said they expect summer revenue to be up.
'Trump Slump' Expected To Hit Minnesota Tourism EconomySome say international visitors afraid to come to the U.S. because of the president's immigration policies.
Minnesota Businesses Hoping For Big Fall SeasonExplore Minnesota says the fall color season makes up a quarter of the state's $13.6 billion tourism industry.