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Spring Valley, Minnesota - Indian Statue

At the Tourist Information Center in Spring Valley, MN, there is a ten-foot tall Indian statue. The Indian used to stand at the entrance of a nearby cave system called Mystery Cave, but was moved to Spring Valley later on.

There is also a pretty interesting Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, and a nice little park.

[BS Meyer, 12/24/2011]

Indian Statue:
Directions:
Corner of Hwy. 63 and Grant Street.
Phone:
507-346-1718
Admission:
Free.

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